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Extremism, or behaviour and thinking that becomes relentlessly focused on one or a small group of issues, can be seen as both a negative and a positive dependent on the intention and outcome. For example, professional tennis players Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, artist Henry Matisse, scientist Marie Curie, the Buddhist monk Thích Quảng Đức, who […]Read more
Interview with Maya Tamir about her research on Emotions, expectations and behaviour. The linked research briefing can be downloaded here Transcript: David Wilkinson: So, welcome to The Oxford Review video podcast. Today, I’d like to welcome Maya Tamir. She’s in Israel, and she’s done a very interesting paper, you’ve got the briefing about […]Read more
A new theory called CEOS Theory focusses on trying to understand one of the problems that science has been grappling with in recent years. Some behaviour change is difficult to maintain, for example giving up smoking, sticking to a diet, maintaining a new fitness regimes, changing work habits etc. and this theory looks at the […]Read more
How to predict unethical behaviour There are the steps people take before they engage in unethical behaviour and if you know the signs, you can predict it happening. It is better to see the warning signs and take action than wait for it to occur. This is the first of three posts in which I will review […]Read more