Hannah Baker Robinson

Resources on The Brain

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Here are the articles, books, and podcasts we have selected
for this month’s theme:
The Brain. 

1. The Power of Categories

Human beings begin leaning on the brain’s ability to recognize categories from infancy. This podcast explores how they define us.


2. Psychological Safety at Work

This book outlines the importance of creating organization wide psychological safety and how it impacts company performance.

“Low levels of psychological safety can create a culture of silence. They can also create a Cassandra culture – an environment in which speaking up is belittled and warnings go unheeded.”

Amy C Edmondson


3. The Edge Effect

This episode of Hidden Brain highlights the research on the connection between the ideas we dream up and the people who surround us.


4. The Psychology of Time

Time scarcity is a common stressor these days. This article says this is due to our own psychology, not just the tyranny of the clock.

Photography by Lukas Blazek
Photography by Lukas Blazek

5. Visualization and Manifestation

Visualization is a powerful technique that can be used to accelerate our success. Here are 4 scientifically supported ways it can help you.


6. A Whole New Mind

This book argues that the future belongs to those who embrace their creative capabilities.


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