Monthly Archives: August 2015

Child Stress: Should You Manage Emotion or Situation?

How can your child stay in the Goldilocks zone of stress even when the porridge seems too hot? Continue reading

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How the Snooze Button Chooses Brainwaves for Insight or Energy

To snooze or not to snooze? The answer can determine whether you start the day with energy or insight. Continue reading

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Study Shows We “Undervalue and Underutilize” Persistence in Creativity

“This research demonstrates that persistence is a critical determinant of creative performance and that people may undervalue and underutilize persistence in everyday creative problem solving,” write Northwestern researchers. Continue reading

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