Don’t Overthink It, Less Is More When It Comes to Creativity

Jessica Schmerler, ‘Don’t Overthink It, Less Is More When It Comes to Creativity’, http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/don-t-overthink-it-less-is-more-when-it-comes-to-creativity/, Scientific American (May 28, 2015). Movement Study (…) suggests the cerebellum, the brain region typically associated with movement, is involved in creativity. (…) Recent studies in human brain anatomy, however, have indicated that over the course of human evolution the cerebellum… Lees verder Don’t Overthink It, Less Is More When It Comes to Creativity

The health benefits of practicing compassion

Deepak Chopra, MD, ‘The health benefits of practicing compassion’, http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/chopra/article/The-health-benefits-of-practicing-compassion-6328034.php, SFGate (June 15, 2015). Lifestyle The reason a compassionate lifestyle leads to greater psychological well-being may be that the act of giving is equally or more pleasurable than receiving. (…) A recent study found that the pupils of infants’ eyes widened when they saw someone… Lees verder The health benefits of practicing compassion

Editie Haptonomisch Contact naar bibliotheek

‘Haptonomisch Contact’, nr. 4, 26e jaargang, mei 2015. Bibliotheek Deze editie wordt spoedig opgenomen in onze bibliotheek in Jorwert. Stichting Kenniscentrum Haptonomie Hapsis Utrecht.