Many studies and researches in the branch of psychology have suggested that your mindset and thinking plays an important role in governing your life. These psychological facts can't be denied.
It's amazing how your mindset can actually make a significant change in your life. Check out these 14 top psychology facts which control your life.
It's because studies prove that sharing goals can demotivate you. You might get distracted from achieving your goal.
A recent study suggests that your favorite song is linked with a sentimental event in your life.
According to the latest study conducted by the University of Groningen, listening to specifically joyful or gloomy songs can intensely change the way we see the world.
The research by Harvard Business School has shown that spending money on others provides more happiness than spending it on yourself.
Research has shown that people who used to spend money on things like holidays, trying something adventurous or going out on certain occasions, but are now more concerned about buying property. The amazing fact is that spending your money on experiences makes you gladder than spending on possessions. So do what your heart says.
Several studies have demonstrated that religious activities like prayer is associated with lower mental distress levels.
Studies suggested that after $75,000 per year, increased income can do little to boost happiness.
According to a new study by the University of Chicago, thinking in a foreign language reduces deep seated and deceptive biases thereby making rational decision.
Every time you recall a past incident, you're actually remembering the last time you recollected that happening.
According to a recent study published in the Psychoneuroendocrinology research paper, tension and pleasure spread easily thereby affecting us. So, choose your company wisely.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, if patients were told that they had above average sleep even if they hadn't, they will recover faster.
According to the Dunning Kruger Effect, some unskilled persons mistakenly assess their ability to be much higher than it really is while some highly skillful persons often underestimate their competence and assume that tasks which are easy for them are also easy for others.
Studies indicate that high school students display the same level of anxiety as the typical mental patients in the 1950's.
According to a survey by the American Psychological Association, people between the ages of 18 and 33 are the most stressed ones, which tend to rise with every passing year.