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The Mere Exposure Effect

The Mere Exposure Effect

Simply being exposed to something repeatedly can increase our liking or preference for it. Whether it's a song, a person, or a brand, familiarity breeds fondness, as our brains become more comfortable and accustomed to the stimulus over time.

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The Spotlight Effect

The Spotlight Effect

Have you ever felt like everyone is paying attention to you, even when they're not? This phenomenon, known as the spotlight effect, describes our tendency to overestimate how much others notice and care about our appearance, behavior, or actions. In reality, people are often more focused on thems...

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The Overconfidence Bias

The Overconfidence Bias

Despite our tendency to overestimate our abilities and knowledge, research shows that we're often not as skilled or knowledgeable as we think we are. This cognitive bias, known as the overconfidence bias, can lead to poor decision-making and inflated self-assessments, hindering our ability to lea...

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Viktor E. Frankl

Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.

VIKTOR E. FRANKL

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The Placebo Effect

The Placebo Effect

Just believing that a treatment or intervention will work can sometimes lead to real improvements in health or symptoms, even if the treatment itself is inert or ineffective. This powerful phenomenon highlights the mind's role in healing and underscores the importance of belief and expectation in...

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Illusion Of Control

Illusion Of Control

The mere perception of control can have a significant impact on our physical and mental well-being. Studies have shown that people who believe they have control over a situation, even if that control is illusory, experience less stress, anxiety, and pain. They also tend to perform better on tasks...

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