Category Archives: Cognitive Psychology

Articles on the acquisition, processing, and storing of information, and the exploration of internal mental states

How to Mentally Prepare for a Synchro Swimming Competition

Physical and Mental Preparation to Artistic Swimming Performance

Some people have the misguided belief that synchronized swimming is just an easy sport performed in beautiful swim team suits. That it’s merely dancing in the water that you can tune in to watch during the Olympic Games. But that is far from true; there is much more to the sport.  Continue reading

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Benefits of a Memory Foam Mattress

Memory-foam mattresses are hugely popular. They offer optimum comfort and support during sleep, which makes you wake up feeling healthy and ready for the day. While many people are aware that a good night’s rest aids physical ailments and recovery, it can also boost cognition. These benefits are crucial if you want to lead a happy and productive life. Continue reading

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How to Avoid Depression Relapse

Depression relapse

Depression is a severe and life-changing medical condition.  The National Institute of Mental Health says 16.2 million adults in the United States or 6.7 percent of all adults have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. Many people seek treatment but studies show 50% of people who have one major episode of depression will relapse. This is the scariest thought and if you are in the process of recovering, it is important to learn how to prevent relapse. There are many ways of avoiding depression relapse from proper medication management, healthy lifestyle, to avoiding stress at school by using a writing service for your assignments.

This article discusses some of the main factors behind depression relapse and what you can do to prevent them. Continue reading

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