Psychologies UK | October 2019

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Psychologies UK | October 2019
Baskı tarihi:
Ekim 2019
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132
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Psychologies UK | October 2019
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English
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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Yayınevi:
Psychologies Magazine
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Meet three of the people who have taken part in the creation of Psychologies Vee Sey Journalist Vee is Production Editor at Psychologies and has spent most of her career on newspapers as a writ...

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Suzy Walker Editor-in-Chief, with Oscar the office dog ‘There’s no such thing as a born worrier,’ says Graham Davey (page 24), author of The Anxiety Epidemic (Little, Brown, £14.99), ...

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We have a funny relationship with pleasure. We talk about simple pleasures or guilty pleasures, it's 'business or pleasure', but never the two together, and I've noticed that when we have a choice between pleasure or pain, we seem to think there's a worthiness in choosing pain.
A study found that when we feel lonely, we lessen our inbuilt reflex to automatically mimic other people's smiles. Lonely people only reacted to signs of anger or sadness. When presented with faces showing joy, they didn't smile in response. The researchers aren't certain of the cause.

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Adı:
Psychologies UK | October 2019
Baskı tarihi:
Ekim 2019
Sayfa sayısı:
132
Format:
Karton kapak
Orijinal adı:
Psychologies UK | October 2019
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Yayınevi:
Psychologies Magazine
CONTRIBUTORS
Meet three of the people who have taken part in the creation of Psychologies Vee Sey Journalist Vee is Production Editor at Psychologies and has spent most of her career on newspapers as a writ...

You can inspire change
Suzy Walker Editor-in-Chief, with Oscar the office dog ‘There’s no such thing as a born worrier,’ says Graham Davey (page 24), author of The Anxiety Epidemic (Little, Brown, £14.99), ...

Viewpoint
Send your letters to letters@psychologies.co.uk and tell us what you love about our magazine. You could win a six-month subscription, plus access to our Life Leap Club! NEW BOUNDARIES ...

The Fix
Thought-provoking culture, creative ideas, insightful science and inspiring gifts EDITED BY ELLEN TOUT PHOTOGRAPH: FROM ‘THE BOHO MANIFESTO: AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO POSTCONVENTIONAL LIVING’ BY J...

Satisfaction guaranteed
In the current climate of self-improvement and mindset-changing, have we begun to feel guilty about pleasure, asks Harriet Minter? LESSONS IN ADULTHOOD For weekly wisdom from Harriet, si...

“I want to be able to play characters that will represent women as leaders and fighters”
A foremost advocate of female empowerment in the film industry, Jessica Chastain’s latest movie might be a horror, but there’s nothing chilling about her talent, determination and sense of fairness ...

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