Ep 227: I Remember How I Felt (Or Do You)?

MichaelCognition, Intelligence and Language, Disorders, Emotion, Research and Stats3 Comments

Do “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation” or are we actually pretty happy most of the time? As it turns out humans are far more resilient than you think. Ever heard of the term “affective forecasting“? It’s something we do every day and very often we make mistakes doing it. In this episode you’ll learn more about positive psychology … Read More

Episode 35: The Psychology of Extreme Sports

MichaelBiopsychology, Motivation, Personality8 Comments

Why do people engage in those dangerous sports like hang gliding, bungee jumping and rock climbing? Would you believe it might have something to do with neurotransmitters and something called Monoamine Oxidase?

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