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New Emotion Science Article and Special Post

Emotivity Celebrates Three Years!

Our team at Emotivity wish you a great start to the New Year, and hope that it heralds a season of positive change, uplifting emotions, and new opportunities for you and your family. Check out our special update this month, featuring some of our most-accessed articles over the past three years.

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New Podcast

Should Making Money be Your Goal for 2021?

Lots of psychological research indicates that money does increase happiness - but only up to a certain point. Given the year that was, should you make ambitious financial goals for yourself this year? Eugene Tee speaks to the friendly folks on BFM on whether you should prioritize money goals for 2021.

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Emotion Science Article

Know Thyself

Nosce te ipsum, or ‘know thyself’ is probably the most well-known of the Delphic maxims. This maxim has often used to stress the importance of self-awareness. Are we, however, as self-aware as we think we are? Read our article here on this important skill, with a particular focus on whether we are sufficiently self-aware of our emotional experiences.

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Emotion Science Article

Humour Me: The Benefits of Amusement at Work

Humour may not often come across as a topic of serious scientific study. But the research in this area tells us that having a good laugh now and then can be beneficial in helping us cope with workplace demands and foster cohesion with our leaders and colleagues.

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Emotion Science Article

Reliving the Past, Rejuvenating the Present: How Nostalgia Enhances our Well-Being

Nostalgia is a form of mental time travelling – but research evidence also suggests that it can have positive effects on our overall well-being. Read about some of the fascinating science of this misunderstood emotion here.

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Books

The Science of Feelings

The story of our emotions is regularly told through the scientific literature. But it is a story that should be told through casual conversations and accessible reading. The Science of Feelings bridges the gap between the scientific literature with the casual readership, re-telling the story of our emotions in a lively, thought-provoking that stays true to scholarly research. The book invites you to contemplate, ponder, and be curious about the essence of what makes us truly human. Check out Eugene Tee's latest book on emotions - a psychological tale of our feelings told through the eyes of philosophers, biologists, neuroscientists, sociologists, and economists.

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It Doesn't Mean I'm Lonely When I'm Alone

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Have You Been Doomscrolling? (And How To Stop)

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Self-Assessments

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