Tag: Psychology

  • The Man Who Could Never Forget

    It’s cold outside; Moscow in the 1920’s was not a happy place to be: Russia was still reeling from the bloody Bolshevik Revolution and Lenin had recently come to power. But for one newspaper reporter going about his normal work, life was about to change forever.

  • Take the Personality Test!

    How would you describe yourself? Would other people agree? Today’s blog is about finding out what type of personality you have…

  • Decisions Decisions… Memory and Choice

    I seem to spend a considerable amount of my life in supermarkets; probably because I can never decide what to buy. There seem to be too many choices! If you ever happen upon me in a supermarket, I’ll probably be in the breakfast cereal aisle pacing up and down, scrutinising different packets –  completely unable to make a decision.  Do you ever […]

  • Memory: ‘I’m Sorry and You Are?”

    How often have you forgotten something? When was the last time you walked into a room and forgot why you had gone in there? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. This is the first of two blogs looking at memory. Today’s blog looks at how our memory works and just how precious and fragile it is.

  • Mind Reading: Secrets and The Science!

    One of these people is trying to deceive you – can you tell who? Today’s blog is all about whether it really is possible and whether you can tell what someone is really thinking. Many believe that there is a science behind ‘reading minds’. Read on to find out more about the secrets and the science.

  • Shock: Work is actually Good for You!

    The bank holiday is over, sigh. Got the back to work blues? Well take heart, because just like your parents used to tell you work is actually good for you!

  • How to Survive being trapped in a Mine

    I’m sure you’ve read and seen about the Chilean mining disaster in the news: 33 miners are trapped 700 metres below ground level.