Monthly Archives: April 2012

Brain Rules

Multitasking When it comes to paying attention, multitasking is a myth: Multitasking, when it comes to paying attention, is a myth. The brain naturally focuses on concepts sequentially, one at a time. At first that might sound confusing; at one … Continue reading

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Drive

Motivating people Intrinsic motivation is much more powerful than extrinsic motivation: Another study of artists over a longer period shows that a concern for outside rewards might actually hinder eventual success. In the early 1960s, researchers surveyed sophomores and juniors … Continue reading

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The “BIG” Error

It’s always a shock when something we were taught in our training and used for years turns out to be wrong and even harmful.  The latest, that we have been under-dosing obese patients with chemotherapy for decades, is not the … Continue reading

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