Hwayoung Park on Color theoryExploring the mysteries of lifeSome time ago
~ The effect of PINK on the human brain ~ 🌸 Pink is usually associated with nourishment, tranquility, beauty, romance, joy, and artistry. 🌺 Pink has a very calming effect on people, and causes the brain to become less agitated and stressed. 🍑 Fun fact! Once, sports teams painted the opposing team's locker room pink, to mess with the players heads and make them less pumped for the game. (I used to hate pink, but now I enjoy embracing it as a new color to me, and I love applying it to the more calm areas of my life)

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My daughter's favorite color. She is smart. Wants daddy to be calmer :)
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Hwayoung Park on Color theoryExploring the mysteries of lifeSome time ago
~ The effect of Blue on the human brain ~ 💧 Blue is the most widely favorited color around the world. 💙It is often times associated with serenity, calm, stability, and creativity. 👤But, darker shades are associated with deppression, and loneliness. 🌊The more blue you have in your environment can effect your motivation to be productive and the excessive use of blue in your environment can make you feel drained.
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Mr. ColoPsychology of work and organizationSome time ago
The steps you take don't need to be BIG, they just need to take you in the right direction
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Monika Kuzminskaitė on Food & Eating PsychologyHealth psychologist, with special love for food and eating mattersSome time ago
74: Eating plan Continuing on the topic of barriers to healthy eating - what helps? One of the often mentioned supporting factors is proper preparation and planning. There is a theory of planned behavior by Ajzen which states: behavior intentions and behavior itself are determined by attitudes towards behavior, internal norms and perceived behavior control (1). This theory is applicable to eating behavior as well. Eating is first of all behavior, right? Right. Observed eating behavior (measured after 6 years) can be predicted by the intentions; the less intentions change - the more they define the eating, and the less is the effect of the previous eating history on the current eating. Which means it does not really matter whether you think that you made great mistakes in the past, what matters is that you decided to eat healthy in the future (2). Intentions are strongly influenced by your self-identity (5), even when the research is carried out by the researchers with skeptical views (6). The intention to eat healthy is also very much influenced by the perception of healthy food as tasty and healthy eating as enjoyable (8). On the other hand, healthy eating is not as strongly influenced by attitudes, norms and perceived control as other types of health behavior. Probably because food looks so innocent... Compared to smoking, for example (3). In weigh loss the final result was significantly influenced by perceived behavior control and intentions (7). On should also consider cultural influences. Native American youth attitudes to eat healthy is completely unrelated to actual healthy eating (food availability and taste are much more important factors) (4) In short - ready, steady, go. Made a decision, made a plan and go without hesitation, keep doing what is important and do not keep looking around, keep repeating that healthy food is enjoyable (which should really be). Research confirms that you will succeed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Photo: DarkmoonArt_de from Pixabay My name is Monika, I am psychologist. I help to deal with daily and difficult questions about behavior, thinking, emotions. I write, counsel and teach. #spoonfulofreason #psychology #plannedbehavior #healthyeating ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Theory of planned behavior: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_planned_behavior 2. The Theory of Planned Behavior and Healthy Eating: https://insights.ovid.com/health-psychology/hepsy/2002/03/000/theory-planned-behavior-healthy-eating/10/00003615 3. The theory of planned behavior: a review of its applications to health-related behaviors: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gaston_Godin/publication/13133717_The_Theory_of_Planned_Behavior_A_Review_of_Its_Applications_to_Health-Related_Behaviors/links/0046352408c7d0be88000000/The-Theory-of-Planned-Behavior-A-Review-of-Its-Applications-to-Health-Related-Behaviors.pdf 4. Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to healthy eating behaviors in urban Native American youth: https://ijbnpa.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1479-5868-3-11 5. Distinguishing perceptions of control from self‐efficacy: Predicting consumption of a low‐fat diet using the theory of planned behavior: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1559-1816.1999.tb01375.x/full 6. Self-Identity and the Theory of Planned Behavior: Assesing the Role of Identification with "Green Consumerism": http://www.jstor.org/stable/2786955?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents 7. Intention, Perceived Control, and Weight Loss: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Icek_Ajzen/publication/19115651_Intention_Perceived_Control_and_Weight_Loss_An_Application_of_the_Theory_of_Planned_Behavior/links/0046353a0624b59b8b000000/Intention-Perceived-Control-and-Weight-Loss-An-Application-of-the-Theory-of-Planned-Behavior.pdf 8. The role of perceived need within the theory of planned behaviour: A comparison of exercise and healthy eating: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1348/1359107042304524/full
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