Many of us are already aware that the physical environment can affect our comfort level and how we relate to each another. A simple change to the décor of a room can make a major difference in communication. But what are the specific features of a room that might influence the social atmosphere? The list below outlines a few of them. Continue reading “3 Room Decor/Interior Design Tips for Improving Interpersonal Communication” »
Pursuing psychology at the top colleges in the United States is not a feasible option for many international students. As a consequence of this, interested students might be looking for an equally rewarding alternative. The introduction of online Master’s programs in psychology is a boon for all such aspirants.
With the best American colleges offering online programs at the Master’s level in almost all specializations, international students can now study in the US at America’s best colleges, without compromising their lifestyle, current field of study or their financial security.
Like any other course, the online M.S. in psychology has its own pros and cons. Continue reading “Master’s In Psychology – Top Colleges in the USA for Online Programs” »
Your mother was right–there’s more to sleep than just shutting your eyes and waking up the next day. We’ve taken a scientific look at this common but often misunderstood activity and examined the phases of sleep, sleep hygiene and some facts and figures to bring “the most important 1/3 of your life” into focus. Continue reading “The Science of Sleep – Infographic” »
- Self Esteem Is Overrated – Stop Beating Yourself Up For Not Liking You (5min.com)
- Facebook, Happiness and Self-Esteem (psychcentral.com)
- Forget Self-Esteem (psychologytoday.com)
- To Succeed, Forget Self-Esteem (blogs.hbr.org)
- Overweight teens get mental health boost from even small amounts of exercise (sciencedaily.com)