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Mimetic learning: the power of learning through imitation

We all know that children learn through imitation. They observe and then mimic their parents when learning how to speak, perform new motor skills, and interact with others. What you may not know is that mimetic learning is a lifelong process. In adulthood as well, the way we behave is heavily influenced by how others…

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What Is The Psychology of Advertising?

To encourage you to buy their product, companies may try to elicit a certain emotion. This is known as the psychology of advertising. So, how do they do it? Using cute animals Who hasn’t stopped scrolling their social media feeds to watch a cat video or look at a funny dog meme? Animals often bring about…

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The paradoxical power of humility: how being humble is a strength

Confusion around the definition of humility is common. Some may incorrectly assume that those who are humble have low self-esteem or a low opinion of themselves. A person who is humble is likely to be more courteous, respectful, and in tune with the feelings of others. Dr JianChun Yang and colleagues further investigated why humility among leaders is…

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