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How to Take in the Good by: Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

  • January 2, 2017
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The Problem Over millions of years of evolution, it was more important for our ancestors to react to threats than to opportunities. Here’s why: if you live in the wild under dangerous conditions and miss out on a “carrot,” you…

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Are You Cross-Wired?

  • June 25, 2012
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It's proven we can wire neutral events to fearful responses. Ex: a dog barks each time you get a bit of bad news. Soon, you cringe at the dog bark, even if no bad news follows. The auditory cortex delivers…

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Your Cranky Mood Could Be Because Your Brain is Bored

  • June 13, 2012
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Hebb's Law states that neurons that fire together wire together.  This is the basis of neuroplasticity--our ability to rewire our brains, behaviors, moods and thoughts.  This happens when our brains are signaled to pay attention, like when we're learning something…

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