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Confidence can be a bad thing – here’s why Work & performance

Confidence can be a bad thing – here’s why

July 7 2017

By Stuart Beattie, Lecturer of Psychology, Bangor University, Tim Woodman, Professor and Head of the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences, Bangor University

Over confidence can undermine effort and lead to poor results

Why you forget things you were sure you would remember Work & performance

Why you forget things you were sure you would remember

June 15 2017

By David J. Frank, Postdoctoral Scholar in Psychology, Case Western Reserve University, Beatrice Kuhlmann, Assistant Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of Mannheim

We are easily tricked into wrongly believing we will recall particular information

The psychological benefits – and trappings – of nostalgia Health

The psychological benefits – and trappings – of nostalgia

June 15 2017

By Krystine Batcho, Professor of Psychology, Le Moyne College

Reflecting on times past can help people cope with the present

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