Tuesday, 23 October 2007

MindHabits - Stress Relief Game

MindHabits - Stress Relief Game: We drew on research showing that certain people have attentional biases toward socially threatening information, so they automatically focus on any sign of rejection or criticism from others, which in turn perpetuates their sensitivity to rejection and heightened tendency to experience social stress.
Here's a friendly bit of mind-hacking for your self-amusement: "This patent pending technology is the result of a decade of research by scientists at McGill University, one of the world???s top medical research centers. The software ??? based on the emerging science of social intelligence ??? helps you practice the mind habit of focusing on positive social feedback, which in turn reduces stress levels"

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