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Dunninger-Kruger Effect – A Cognitive Bias

The Dunning-Kruger Effect – A Cognitive Bias The Dunning-Kruger effect is a type of cognitive bias in which people believe that they are smarter and more capable than they really are. Essentially, low ability people do not possess the skills needed to recognize their own incompetence. The combination of poor self-awareness and low cognitive ability leads them to overestimate

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FINDING CALM IN A TIME OF ANXIETY AND STRESS

It is said that our emotions guide us in facing predicaments and tasks too important to leave to intellect alone – danger, painful loss, persisting toward a goal despite frustrations, bonding with a mate, building a family. Each emotion offers a distinctive readiness to act, each points us in a direction that has worked well

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FINDING CALM IN A TIME OF ANXIETY AND STRESS

FINDING CALM IN A TIME OF ANXIETY AND STRESS It is said that our emotions guide us in facing predicaments and tasks too important to leave to intellect alone – danger, painful loss, persisting toward a goal despite frustrations, bonding with a mate, building a family. Each emotion offers a distinctive readiness to act, each

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FINDING CALM IN A TIME OF ANXIETY AND STRESS

It is said that our emotions guide us in facing predicaments and tasks too important to leave to intellect alone – danger, painful loss, persisting toward a goal despite frustrations, bonding with a mate, building a family. Each emotion offers a distinctive readiness to act, each points us in a direction that has worked well

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Microbiota and Mood Disorders like Anger!

Dr. Kathie Mathis, Psy.D, D.D., CAMS-IV, CDAC, CSAC ,  CEO California Cognitive Behavioral Institute Humans have over 100 trillion bacteria, highly abundant in the intestinal tract. Evidence suggests that intestinal microbiota is associated with the neuro-endocrine-immune pathways and can be associated with various mood disorders. This review summarizes findings from studies looking into neurobiochemical, neuroendocrine,

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Covid-19 and Human Trafficking

COVID-19 and Human Trafficking Posted by HTS | 2020 | COVID-19, Forced Labor, Sex Trafficking | 0  The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has resulted in widespread stay at home orders, shuttering businesses and creating mass layoffs.  Human traffickers prey on those who are economically vulnerable which has some experts concerned that the virus could lead to an increase in trafficking in persons.  At the same

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