Category Archives: Cognitive Psychology

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

Creating a Colorful First Impression When Dating

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First Impressions Count: How Color Can Help You Date

Regardless of where, how or who you’re dating, whether face to face or online, you can’t get away from that old maxim, ‘first impressions count.’ As the great American writer Mark Twain said, clothes make a man, and one place where first impressions and clothes coincide is in terms of color. There’s a host of research to indicate that the colors you wear can have a profound influence on the way people see you, especially at that all-important first meeting. Whether you’re wooing Western, Asian or Russian brides, you can increase your chance of success by playing the psychological color game. Choose your outfit with care and you can send the right message to your date from the outset! Continue reading

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How To Change Your Mindset And Stop Smoking Weed For Good

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In 2015, 4 million Americans met the diagnostic criteria for marijuana use disorder. Of this number only 138,000 sought treatment. While many weed producers perpetuate the myth of marijuana being completely safe, studies have shown that 30% of all users develop a dependence on the drug. Continue reading

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The Psychology Of Customer Service

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Within vastly growing industries, the need for successful and efficient customer service is paramount if a business is to succeed. Customer service in any industry is undoubtedly different with every phone call, email or complaint and because of differing opinions with both parties involved, it can become difficult to implement effective solutions. However, with a little understanding of the psychology of customer service, offering a seamless service is easier than you might initially think. To get you started, we are going to look into the psychology of the customer service industry and the impact it can have on a business. Continue reading

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How A Spontaneous Holiday May Improve Your Mental Health

Spontaneous Holidays and Mental HealthMany of us like to stay in our comfort zones when we go on holiday. We may book a trip to a place we’re familiar with and give ourselves several months of advanced planning to ensure we have everything we need. However, booking a holiday spontaneously may be even more beneficial for your mental health.

Although having thorough plans will often put your mind at ease, a spontaneous holiday in an unfamiliar location allows you to build your confidence. Simply arrange your travel documents and apply for your European Health Card to get these four awesome benefits from your next spontaneous holiday: Continue reading

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