Tag: Individual Differences

Be happy. Become a tourist!

12.05.2019 – Research suggests that travelling is not just great for your Instagram feed, but also for your satisfaction with life. In this post, we discuss a recent study in which tourism has been examined as a “pathway to the good life”. Could travelling be the secret to happiness?

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Self-Regulation: “I don’t want to do it… But I have to”

12.04.2019 – Sometimes you have to do things that you would rather not do, in order to reach your long-term goals (e.g. studying, working or exercising). This requires self-regulation. But why are some individuals good at regulating themselves, while others are not?

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Why do we need to sleep?

25.03.2019 – The general advise is to sleep for about 8 hours per night. However, every individual is unique so you may sleep more or less. Are you aware of sleep’s benefits and consequences for your body and mind? Learn more about them in this post.

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Want to know a secret?

12.02.2019 – Having a secret can be a burden, but who do you trust with your secret? Let’s find out.

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Individual Differences in the Brain: Psychoticism

30.01.2019 – In 1967, Hans Eysenck proposed a theory of personality that changed the way individual differences in personality were viewed. In this post, we discuss what this meant for the dimension of psychoticism.

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Individual Differences in the Brain: Neuroticism

11.01.2019 – In 1967, Hans Eysenck proposed a theory of personality that changed the way individual differences in personality were viewed. In this post, we discuss what this meant for the dimension of neuroticism.

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