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Sports, psychology, and what it means for you.
Josh Gonzales M.A.
Assume thinking through all your options leads to better results? Research actually shows that choosing the first option that comes to mind may be the better choice.
Do you know what "advanced analytics" are? You can use these same sports principles to improve your own life. Here's one way.
Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, two of the NBA’s most perplexing superstars, provide a window into the link between happiness and productivity.
Bol Bol fell out of the first round of the 2019 NBA draft. His fall can be attributed to pervasive risk aversion.
In a world filled with risk, Zion Williamson provides the New Orleans Pelicans the perfect combination of potential and safety we all crave.
Part 1: How the Toronto Raptors exemplified resilience in ways we can all learn from.
The beauty in football, and any other sport, lies in what it can teach us about human behavior more generally.
Josh Gonzales holds an M.A. in Experimental and Applied Psychology from the University of Regina. He researches strategic decision-making and occasionally croons while playing guitar.