Have you ever wondered why you are more attracted to some people than others? These people seem to have this magical thing that tends to draw us towards them. Could there possibly be any science behind this?
Do you buy an expensive item just to maintain social status and feel guilty? Drink alcohol to look cool in front of your friends and regret it? Use social media for fear of missing out? If yes, then you are experiencing cognitive dissonance.
Behaviorism is, largely, the idea that scientific and applied psychology should only be concerned with observable actions. While somewhat limited, this approach actually holds much importance in the field today. Here’s why.
Do you struggle when it comes to asking for help at work? Perhaps you’re worried about bothering your very busy colleagues, or maybe you fear being seen as incompetent, weak, or lazy. So, What’s the best way to ask for help at work?