Başkalarını önemseme ile ilgili hikaye anlatımı

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Irina Todorova, Sağlık Psikolojisi Araştırma Merkezi, Sofya, Bulgaristan  Yaşlanmakta olan sevdiğimiz kişilerle ilgilenmek, özellikle zayıf bir durumdalarsa, aynı anda hem mutluluk verip hem de sinir bozucu olan kafa karıştırıcı ve karmaşık bir deneyim olabilir. Tıbbi bilim, insanların daha uzun ve sağlıklı yaşamlara sahip olmasına, aynı zamanda bazı durumlarda yaşlanmayla birlikte oluşan bilişsel gerilemeyi önlenmesine yardımcı […]

Move more, sit less at work: let’s not sit to talk about it

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By Stuart Biddle, University of Southern Queensland, Australia I’m writing this blog on Valentine’s Day! The health promotion charity in Australia, Bluearth, has produced some amusing videos encouraging you to use your chair less by ‘breaking up with your chair’ (liking splitting from your partner, see videos here). So what is the issue here? Essentially, […]

Social support and health behavior: How to move from well-intentioned to skilled support

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By Urte Scholz, University of Zurich and Gertraud (Turu) Stadler, University of Aberdeen Social support seems to be an exclusively positive thing. What can be bad about a little help? Having someone who cooks healthy meals when you try to eat better, or being comforted when you feel down because your recent attempt at quitting […]