Joee Ern

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Joee Ern
Posted about 2 years ago
What motivates you?
I think motivation is the same as our seek for meaning. So what is my meaning? Well, it's to smile, to feel good about myself and the choices I choose everyday. I consider my choices, the pro's and con's and then never regret the one I choose. The only thing that makes me not smiling, is whenever I cannot manage to smile.
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Joee Ern
Posted about 2 years ago
Dan Gilbert: The surprising science of happiness
How about relativity. In the first example, with the lottery winner vs. the wheelchair guy, who is the most happy? I believe that they are, as he claims, equally happy. However, if they were to instantly swap positions, that the wheelchair guy suddenly were to gain his legs and win the lottery, he would be much happier than if the lottery winner were to all the sudden not win the lottery and then lose his legs.
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Joee Ern
Posted over 2 years ago
Do we see the exact same color?
I know that people with different language perceive colours differently. Languages with a lot of words for colour nuances can differentiate colours more effectively than languages with less words.
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Joee Ern
Posted over 2 years ago
are emotions a human weakness, or a strength when it comes to making a resolution or solving a problem?
I believe logic is imperative in order to be productive; however, emotions works as a moderator that may increase or decrease the effort. As far as effort = performance is dependent on the task. So specifically to a job interview with case-/problem solving (a place where you are observed and evaluated), I think emotions will enhance a person's cognitive ability, but only as long as the person has a feeling of mastering the task beforehand. If it's not the case, then emotions, I think, would only be a barrier and stress factor that would in turn decrease performance.