Are nice people more susceptible to insomnia? Recent research may have implications for this question, which until recently was rarely previously asked. Callous? Unemotional? Chances are you won’t be losing any sleep over it
One of the interesting things about the somnolent information processing theory is that it combines research from many different disciplines and areas of cognitive science. As such, it’s important to try to keep abreast of a wide variety of cognitive science research.
We continue to receive loads of positive feedback on the cognitive shuffle in general and mySleepButton in particular. For example, I haven’t slept a good nights sleep in years. Its sporadic at best from all the tossing and turning. Last …
Heard about this on @TheTMCShow and it works! If you have trouble falling asleep…. (Tweet)
Yesterday, on CogZest’s blog, Luc Beaudoin published some thoughts about the recent media attention to his sleep onset/insomnia R&D: Media Responses to the Cognitive Shuffle: Much Ado about a Research Programme
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CogSci Apps benefits from its collaborations with several researchers. Some of our advisors are listed on the CogZest Advisory Board web page. In this post, we would like to acknowledge the contribution of Dr. Sylwia Hyniewska.
All I can say is …. this is the answer to sleepless nights, when the hamster wheel is in overdrive. I feel like I haven’t slept for months, having a really tough time, waking up in the morning feeling exhausted. …
Read about the cognitive shuffle, mySleepButton and Luc Beaudoin on page 105 of May issue of Oprah Magazine (print only) “Good Night, Toast. —An easy little game to trick yourself to sleep” —an article by Kelly DiNardo.
Perturbance: An Important Concept for Understanding “Racing Minds” and Other Forms of Repetitive Thinking
My colleagues and I recently published a paper that provides one of the essential concepts for understanding insomnia and a host of other constructive, banal, and problematic mental states. The concept is perturbance, which is a persistent tendency to consider …