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  • 14th Dalai Lama to visit Madison for live-streamed event on global well-being

    Center for Healthy Minds Gathering perspectives to promote global well-being, the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will host His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso and a panel of experts at a live-streamed event Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The event, “The World We...
     Posted by: jlmatelski
  • The Countries Where People Are the Most Emotionally Complex

    by Julie Beck, The Atlantic Think of the last piece of big news you got. How did you feel about it? Happy? Sad? Angry? Worried? Excited? Grateful? A little bit of all of the above? Experiencing multiple emotions at once may make it seem like you don’t actually know just how you feel about something—that...
     Posted by: jlmatelski
  • British and American people are 'less emotionally aware': New study reveals the nations that can deal with multiple feelings - and Asia and Russia top the table

    by Cheyenne MacDonald, Daily Mail If a single event can send you into a spiral of conflicting feelings, don't be quick to brush it off as indecision; you might just be emotionally complex. A recent study from the University of Waterloo examined emotional complexity around the world, and found that...
     Posted by: jlmatelski
  • The Power of Emotional Wisdom

    Jenny Florence, HuffPost, The Third Metric Wisdom is the creative outcome of knowledge and experience that have become integrated and joined together, and it is our emotions that inform this process and make it possible. Our emotions are continually live and online. Like a navigation system, they are...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Science Shows Something Surprising About People Who Still Read Fiction

    By Gabe Bergado, Arts.Mic They tend to be more empathetic toward others. It's not news that reading has countless benefits: Poetry stimulates parts of the brain linked to memory and sparks self-reflection; kids who read the Harry Potter books tend to be better people . But what about people who only...
     Posted by: brendah
  • NPR Radio Interview of Boaz Keysar and Albert Costa: Your Morals Depend on Language

    June 20, 2014 Hosted by Brooke Gladstone, National Public Radio, On the Media Guests: Albert Costa and Boaz Keysar Would you sacrifice one person to save the lives of five others? Your answer may depend on whether you consider the problem in your native tongue or a foreign language one. In this interview...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Our Moral Tongue: Moral Judgments Depend on What Language We’re Speaking

    June 20, 2014 By Boaz Keysar and Albert Costa, The New York Times On June 20, 2003, employees of the Union Pacific Railroad faced a difficult decision as a runaway train headed toward downtown Los Angeles: Should they divert the train to a side track, knowing it would derail and hit homes in the less...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Thinking in a Foreign Language Could Sway Your Moral Judgments

    May 19, 2014 By Brandon Keim, Wired Would you kill one person to save five? This cruel dilemma pits the principle of thou-shalt-not-kill against simple math: Five is greater than one. But presumably it’s a dilemma each person solves the same way each time, unaffected by superficial things like the language...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Using A Foreign Language Influences Your Sense of Morality

    by Eva de Lozanne, United Academics Magazine In an other language you make different moral choices. Moral judgement is often considered to be a fixed given, based on deep-seated ideas on what is morally right and morally wrong. But, however counter-intuitive it may seem: recent research shows that people...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Six Ways Our Brains Make Bad Financial Decisions

    Dan Ariely and Nina Mazar, Special to The Globe and Mail We all do it: hold on to a stock when every indicator screams sell, or spend our entire bonus on a new car instead of paying off debt. A whole new area of science called behavioural economics, or BE – a blend of psychology, economics, finance and...
     Posted by: brendah
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  • Planting Seeds of Wisdom Part 1: Can Parents Teach Wisdom?

    By Debbie Curtis Do children grow into wise adults because we adults planted the seeds of wisdom in childhood? Just as Mother Nature unlocks the potential in each flower seedling to produce colorful blooms, can wise parents unlock the infinite potential within each child to blossom in beautiful and unique...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Thoughts on Music and Wisdom

    By Berthold Hoeckner Last year a colleague asked me whether I thought that great composers were also wise people—an intriguing question that has been percolating ever since. After all, as a trained musicologist I have been involved in research on how such mental and somatic practices as diverse as mindfulness...
     Posted by: brendah
  • Can Practice Make You Wiser?

    By Howard C. Nusbaum A psychiatrist once told me that it is possible to reduce the symptoms of anxiety without medication or long therapy. In short, you cannot be anxious if you breathe slowly and regularly and do not tense your muscles. When you are anxious, the "natural" response to the feeling...
     Posted by: brendah
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