Often we find ourselves feeling a certain emotion, then doing something to deny the existence of it. For example, someone said something to you the previous day that upset you. When you think about it today, you still feel the emotional sting of that event. Alternatively you may have experienced a traumatic event in your … Continue reading Allowing Your Emotions to Be Raw
Depression, an incapacitating and an isolating disorder, can jeopardize relationships, if not handled well. A person living with a depressed individual might feel neglected and deprived and in turn, adopt an indifferent approach. Sometimes, he or she may feel like walking on the eggshells because of the attitude and reaction of the depressed person. However, … Continue reading Ways to Support Someone With Depression
Owing to celebrities like Michelle Williams, Kristen Bell, and Demi Lovato who have openly shared their experiences with depression, the latter is nowadays being discussed more openly than ever before. Yet, due to the stigma attached to mental illnesses, people are still scared of talking about the “issue” and do not know how to differentiate … Continue reading Understanding the Difference Between Clinical Depression and Emotional Slump
Truthsayers‘s implicit tests have been specifically designed for commercial market research. Their tests provide huge flexibility in terms of the questions that can be addressed, the platforms they can be taken on, and whether tests are run online, at a central location, or in people’s homes. Their flagship BrainLink™ tool is based on very robust … Continue reading What differentiates the IRT methodology from others in terms of the science and the outputs?
There has been over 30 years of academic research in cognitive psychology on the use of implicit measures, including articles from academics, practitioners, and ‘gurus’ in the field. There is also a rapidly increasing number of academic papers on the predictive validity of the approach. It is well established that much of what drives our … Continue reading The science behind Implicit Reaction Speed (IRS) testing