Tagged:All posts tagged: psychology

Results: 107


A Quick Illustrated History of the Origins of Myers-Briggs

We're taking an illustrated look at the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator: a personality test that measures one’s true self based on ninety-three questions.


How We Got Here: 9 Books on the Science of Culture

These books will allow you to take a deep dive into our past, our present, and our potential future to learn more about how our culture developed.


Why Uncertainty Isn’t a Barrier to Success

Annie Duke, author of Thinking in Bets, takes a deeper dive into uncertainty to reveal that it is certainty that is the real enemy of success.


I’m Lucky to Be Published, So Why Do I Feel So Anxious?

Psychoanalyst and now-published author Hilary Jacobs Hendel shares her experiences with anxiety during the process of publishing her book.


4 Common Myths About Love and Dating Debunked

It’s 2018 and it’s time to tackle sexist myths about women and dating so that you can live better and pursue love with less stress.


The Gaslight Effect: The History of Gaslighting and Its Destructive Power

Dr. Robin Stern, a psychoanalyst of 30 years, describes what gaslighting is, the history of it, and its effect on those experiencing it.