quinta-feira, 24 de dezembro de 2015
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quarta-feira, 9 de dezembro de 2015
Eis aí a minha querida amiga e companheira de escritas nas oficinas literárias do Charles Kiefer, Daniela Salett. Parabéns. Sucesso.
quinta-feira, 26 de novembro de 2015
A journey through the mind of an artist, Dustin Yellin
sábado, 21 de novembro de 2015
sexta-feira, 20 de novembro de 2015
quarta-feira, 18 de novembro de 2015
segunda-feira, 9 de novembro de 2015
domingo, 8 de novembro de 2015
quarta-feira, 28 de outubro de 2015
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quinta-feira, 24 de setembro de 2015
terça-feira, 22 de setembro de 2015
terça-feira, 8 de setembro de 2015
http://www.ted.com Sensing the motives and feelings of others is a natural talent for humans. But how do we do it? Here, Rebecca Saxe shares fascinating lab work that uncovers how the brain thinks about other peoples' thoughts -- and judges their actions.
Is there a definitive line that divides crazy from sane? With a hair-raising delivery, Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, illuminates the gray areas between the two. (With live-mixed sound by Julian Treasure and animation by Evan Grant.)
Dr Kim currently leads a research team working on memory aspects of early-onset anxiety disorders and drug addiction in the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, University of Melbourne. Her research suggests cognitive-behavioural therapies have different effectiveness depending on one's age, and advocates treatment of mental disorders during childhood. Her research in memory across development began when she received Bachelor of Psychology with 1st Class Honours and the University Medal in 2004 from the University of New South Wales, Australia. She then received a Ph.D. in 2008 for research in memory retrieval, forgetting, inhibition and erasure from UNSW. While she was at Michigan University for her postdoctoral training, UNSW gave her U-committee Award for Research Excellence in Science in 2010. Dr Kim has recently been honoured with the Australian Psychological Society's Early Career Research Award in 2012. She has featured regularly on ABC radio, including 'Radio Australia', and has recently featured on Channel Ten's 'The Project'.
Matthew Hornsey takes us into the adventures of some of the ballsiest imposters human kind have encountered, along with the romance and the lasting message they leave us. But the story doesn't end there. As he delves into the psychology of imposters, this phenomena might be even more prevalent and we might be looking at an imposter when we look into the mirror. Matthew is the Professor of Social Psychology in the School Psychology at the University of Queensland. Matthew's primary research interest is in examining intragroup and intergroup relations in the context of identity threat. In this informative TEDx Talk, he examined the imposter phenomena in our society, and it might be more prevalent than you think!
By providing content, resources, and connections, Dr. Cortney Warren's goal is to support anyone who is brave enough to live a more conscious life. For when we are honest about who we really are, we have the opportunity to change. For more information on Dr. Cortney Warren and her talk visit www.choosehonesty.com. Her book, Lies We Tell Ourselves: The Psychology of Self Deception, was written to supplement this talks and is available on Amazon and Nook.
Jon Ronson is an award-winning writer and documentary maker. He is the author of two previous bestsellers, Them: Adventures with Extremists and The Men Who Stare at Goats, and two collections, Out of the Ordinary: True Tales of Everyday Craziness and What I Do: More True Tales of Everyday Craziness and his latest book -- also a Sunday Times top ten bestseller - is The Psychopath Test. Jon Ronson lives with his family in London.
segunda-feira, 31 de agosto de 2015
sexta-feira, 10 de julho de 2015
What is social intelligence? Psychology professor Bill von Hippel argues that the frontal lobes of the brain play a critical role in enabling socially intelligent behaviour. He describes research from his lab showing that seemingly trivial mental abilities stop us from doing the wrong thing and help us do the right thing in various socially challenging circumstances. Bill von Hippel is professor and prior Head of the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland. He received his BA from Yale University and his PhD from the University of Michigan. Bill has published nearly 100 articles and chapters across a wide range of topics. Bill is particularly interested in the neuroscience of social intelligence, and his work in this area has been reported in various media outlets, such as The Australian, USA Today, El Mundo, Newsweek, Fox News, NPR, BBC, CBC, and many others.
quinta-feira, 18 de junho de 2015
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quinta-feira, 23 de abril de 2015
terça-feira, 7 de abril de 2015
domingo, 29 de março de 2015
terça-feira, 24 de março de 2015
sábado, 21 de março de 2015
quinta-feira, 19 de março de 2015
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quinta-feira, 26 de fevereiro de 2015
terça-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2015
segunda-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2015
domingo, 15 de fevereiro de 2015