The Psychology Musings

We look at Psychology not as a ‘science of cure’ but a tool for exploring possibilities, inspiring optimism, and making powerful contributions to society. How? By reading human mind. Want to have a look? Lets go! 

Why We Struggle to Keep Our New Year Resolutions

Oftentimes our goals are not achieved through ‘transformative’ decisions that we impose on ourselves, but through small, daily habits that we cultivate. For as long as we can remember,
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The Pandemic of Misinformation

It wasn’t very long ago when the pandemic took our sufficiently topsy-turvy world and gave it a plot twist none of us could imagine. But as plot twists usually go, this one too found its place in the larger scheme of the story.
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Cyber-surveillance and the Psychological Spiral

Despite the promise of cutting-edge growth and possibility brought to the table by an ever expanding cyberspace, there is little room left for the users to feel safe about the information they share- and many a time- information they don’t share.
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Laughing at Yourself: How Far is Too Far?

Often when we go about our daily lives, we engage with the things that truly help us survive, without really pausing to think about them, let alone acknowledge or savour them. We’re so consumed by our to-do lists, our meetings, our deadlines and other what-nots‒ that seldom do we stop and notice the taste of the very food that fuels us, or the weather that sets the tone for our day.
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A Psychological Icepack for the Examination Fever

No matter how many years of exam-giving experience we’ve garnered, sitting down to give another one of those always evokes some stressful emotions. Especially if the exams in question are a rather significant milestone in our educational life.
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