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Is our brain hard-wired to be optimistic? – BBC REEL

It’s not easy to stay optimistic with everything currently going on in the world. But did you know your brain is actually hard-wired to look on the bright side of life?

Cognitive neuroscientist Tali Sharot explains how our ‘optimism bias’ affects our ability to estimate the risks we face and therefore the way in which we behave during a crisis.

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Graphics by George Mason

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    No they're just stupid

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    So there is no brain in Trump’s head

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    Duncan the Friar

    Whitey lives in a pretend world. What drives his thinking is not his brain but his Ego. Through this 'Self' he acts and whatever the outcome he believes it to be true and real and good.

    Whitey has taken the Arabic God, distorted the concepts and created a covering over himself, his Ego and action.

    Therefore, no outcome, however much against God's concepts are good, leading to continuing his distorted beliefs.

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    I'm pessimistic now.

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    Pessimism grows with aging…

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    What happened to all the news we used to get before covid became your chosen single topic?
    You just go on and on and on.

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    BBC Nature family

    Là một điều tuyệt vời

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    In answer to the question , No .it seems we are wired to doom and gloom addiction . Thanks in the main part to bullshit media .

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    patricia de barros


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    that's where learning by mistake comes from.

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    No optimism at the BBC.

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