Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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William Van Gordon, Ph.D.
While the brain gives us the impression that things are happening in the present, we only ever perceive the past.
Physical, psychological, and spiritual needs influence our choices, but how do we decide which counts the most? This corporate boardroom analogy offers an explanation.
A big ego is typically associated with narcissistic and superiority tendencies, but people with an inferiority complex can still be egotistical.
How to know if the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown are causing symptoms of adjustment disorder.
Bacteria and microorganisms in your gut are an inseparable part of who you are.
A good psychologist understands it’s just as important to study their own mind and behavior as it is to study that of others’.
The average healthy adult breathes in and out approximately 21,600 times every day. But be honest and ask yourself: How many of your 21,600 daily breaths are you fully aware of?
Are you meditating correctly?
A bias toward negative information could reduce the ability to cope with COVID-19.
Do you really exist?
Can second-generation mindfulness-based interventions help?
What is contemplation and how can it foster well-being and wisdom?
Do you use technology and internet-enabled devices, or do they use you?
Take a quiz to see if you are addicted to yourself
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Dr. William Van Gordon is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Professor of Contemplative Psychology at the University of Derby (UK).