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Month: April 2019

Motivations for Solitude Explain Why Loners Love Being Alone

Motivations for Solitude Explain Why Loners Love Being Alone

In a 1955 LIFE magazine profile of Greta Garbo titled, “The Braveness to Be Herself: In Private Affairs or in Public, Garbo Ignores Others’ Opinions,” the movie icon, who had became a highly-prized trophy for paparazzi photographers by the mid-50s, tried to set the record straight. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2Uim2Tx
Screen time — even before bed — has little impact on teen well-being

Screen time — even before bed — has little impact on teen well-being

“While psychological science can be a powerful tool for understanding the link between screen use and adolescent well-being, it still routinely fails to supply stakeholders and the public with high-quality, transparent, and objective investigations into growing concerns about digital technologies. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2YRP3Ed
Most Links Between Personality Traits and Life Outcomes Are Replicable, Study Shows

Most Links Between Personality Traits and Life Outcomes Are Replicable, Study Shows

Studies showing links between personality traits and life outcomes, such as marital stability and vocational achievements, provide a reasonably accurate map of the relationship between personality and various aspects of one’s life, according to findings from a large-scale replication project. –>> via Pocket http://bit.ly/2uMHtNt