Friday, July 1, 2022

Motivation

Working in off-hours is not necessarily beneficial for the 21st-century workforce

This is driven by upward counterfactual thoughts for how time could have been spent.

Goal-setting and feedback improves attention, study

UTA cognitive psychologist evaluates human ability to perform tasks over time.

The science behind getting and staying motivated

Very little is known about the neurochemical underpinnings of individual differences in motivation.

Be yourself at work — it’s healthier and more productive

Being yourself at the workplace is healthier and brings work efficiency, suggests a new study. It allows people to improve connections, form relationships with...

The complexities of religious tourism motivations

In today's secular world, the relationship between tourists and their belief plays a major part in influencing individuals visiting religious sites. The visitation patterns...

A New Analytical Model to Prevent Burnout

Researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, and the Canadian universities Laval and Québec at Trois-Rivières investigated the relationship between motivation at work...

People Who Value Virtue Show Wiser Reasoning

Problems are part of life. In fact, in some way, they are life. The fact, we are better at offering the better solution to...

Teacher Encouragement has Greatest Influence on Less Advantaged Children

Teachers nurture young minds to create influential people in society. However, despite being the educators, teacher encouragement keeps them building the nation through this...

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