Cognitive vulnerability

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Cognitive vulnerability is an erroneous belief, cognitive bias, or pattern of thought that predisposes an individual to psychological problems. The vulnerability exists before the symptoms of a psychological disorder appear. After the individual encounters a stressful experience, the cognitive vulnerability … Continued

Nudges

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Nudges, changes in information presentation or the manner by which judgments and decisions are elicited, is another method of debiasing. People may choose healthier foods if they are better able to understand their nutritional contents and may choose lower-calorie meals … Continued

Workplace Inclusion Fliers

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These fliers are a great way to show employees and visitors that you respect diversity and promote a more inclusive workplace. Click on each image to enlarge. Print them out, and hang them around the office. Visit the Inclusion At … Continued

“You eat what you kill.”

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I’m starting a mediation firm. That’s MEDIATION, not meditation. (Texting with a friend & he didn’t read closely and answered with, “Oh, cool! I didn’t know you were into Buddhism.” Uhhh… no.) Check me out here: Marcus Mediations Having a mediation … Continued