• Voulez-vous contrôler vos rêves, flotter au-dessus de votre corps, dialoguer avec les morts ou convaincre de parfaits inconnus que vous savez tout d'eux ? Il est temps de vous révéler les secrets des phénomènes paranormaux !Richard Wiseman, montre avec humour la façon dont nos choix peuvent être orientés.
    Dans ce nouveau livre, il explore la science de l'impossible : télépathie, voyance, fantômes. Où l'on découvre, expériences très sérieuses à l'appui, que ces phénomènes sont en réalité liés aux incroyables pouvoirs de notre cerveau !

  • Le saviez-vous ? Vous avez plus de chances d'être embauché si vous commencez par parler de vos faiblesses. Et la meilleure façon de se faire apprécier n'est pas de rendre mais de demander un service. Déclarations qui peuvent paraître paradoxales mais que le psychologue Richard Wiseman tire, avec bien d'autres, des études les plus actuelles en sciences du comportement. 59 secondes pour prendre les bonnes décisions propose ainsi une série de conduites et de méthodes qui ouvrent toutes les chances de réaliser ses ambitions.
    L'humour, on le sait, est loin d'être une absence de sérieux ! Hervé Lacroix sait user de toutes les intonations pour faire de chacun de ces conseils un moment d'instruction souriante subtilement persuasive.
    Durée : 3 h 18 min

  • - Savez-vous que vous avez 88 % de chances supplémentaires de récupérer votre portefeuille perdu si vous y avez glissé la photo d´un bébé,  - Que vous avez plus de chances d´être embauché si vous commencez par parler de vos faiblesses,  - Que la meilleure façon de se faire apprécier n´est pas de rendre service mais de demander un service,  - Que l´on est plus créatif en restant seul et allongé dans son bureau qu´en participant à un brainstorming,  - Qu´une plante verte sur votre bureau augmente de 15 % votre productivité, - Que vos chances qu´une femme accepte de danser avec vous augmentent de 20 % si vous lui touchez le bras en lui posant la question...  Qu´il s´agisse de notre bonheur, de notre mémoire, de notre capacité à aimer ou à persuader, de notre tendance à la procrastination, et d´une façon plus générale de notre désir d´être mieux dans notre peau, d´être plus heureux - même s´il s´agit d´une notion très relative - il existe des méthodes tout à fait efficaces pour réaliser nos ambitions en quelques minutes seulement.  Le psychologue Richard Wiseman a rassemblé les études mises au point dans les laboratoires de sciences du comportement des meilleures universités du monde et qui prouvent que de petites décisions peuvent provoquer des grands changements dans notre vie. Traduit de l´anglais par Myriam Dennehy

  • This little book is a distillation of Richard Wiseman's research into how to lead a luckier life. Featuring much new material including original 'charm' designs that will help you to stay lucky as well as an overview of the four principles that make up The Luck Factor, this is a fun and accessible insight into the scientific principles of good fortune. Small enough to fit in your pocket, its contents are powerful enough to change your life!

  • Anglais Night School

    Richard Wiseman

    The surprising new science of sleep and dreaming

  • What would you do if someone bet you they could balance a coin on the edge of a banknote, walk through a postcard, or make you move your limbs through the power of suggestion? Would you take that bet? From Richard Wiseman, the creator of the 350-million-view YouTube phenomenon, Quirkology, comes a thrilling mix of lateral thinking, magic tricks and scintillating science stunts which is sure to appeal to curious minds everywhere.Using only your body and everyday household objects, 101 Bets You Will Always Win is both a practical guide and illuminating exploration of the fascinating science that underpins these seemingly impossible challenges. Front Cover Text 0 Front Flap Text 0

  • Dans cet ouvrage le Dr Wiseman révèle les quatre principes psychologiques fondamentaux qui définissent les chanceux et explique comment les mettre en application. Car la chance n'est pas une bénédiction qui vous tombe du ciel mais une faculté qui se travaille et s'améliore, comme la mémoire ou l'intelligence. La chance est un savoir-être.
     

  • In 59 Seconds, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman presents a fresh approach to change that helps people achieve their aims and ambitions in minutes, not months. From mood to memory, persuasion to procrastination, and resilience to relationships, Wiseman outlines the research supporting this new science of rapid change, and describes how these quick and quirky techniques can be incorporated into everyday life. Think a little, change a lot. Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape Learn how pot plants make you more creative Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you happier 'At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people' Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Last Theorem 'A triumph of scientifically proven advice over misleading myths of self-help. Challenging, uplifting and long overdue' Derren Brown

  • Rip up this book and unleash your hidden potential Most self-help books encourage you to think differently: to think yourself thin, imagine a richer self or to visualize the perfect you. This is difficult, time consuming and often doesn't work. Ripping up the rule book, psychologist Richard Wiseman presents a radical new insight into your body and brain: actions are the quickest, easiest and most powerful way to instantly change how you think and feel. Drawing on a dazzling array of scientific evidence, Professor Wiseman shows how this simple idea can be used to increase motivation, overcome depression, lose weight, stop smoking and even slow ageing. So dont just think about changing your life. Do it. * Smile and become happier * Clench your fist and increase your willpower * Put a spring in your step and feel instantly younger

  • In 59 Seconds, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman presents a fresh approach to change that helps people achieve their aims and ambitions in minutes, not months. From mood to memory, persuasion to procrastination, and resilience to relationships, Wiseman outlines the research supporting this new science of rapid change, and describes how these quick and quirky techniques can be incorporated into everyday life. Think a little, change a lot. Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape Learn how pot plants make you more creative Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you happier 'At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people' Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Last Theorem 'A triumph of scientifically proven advice over misleading myths of self-help. Challenging, uplifting and long overdue' Derren Brown

  • In 59 Seconds, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman presents a fresh approach to change that helps people achieve their aims and ambitions in minutes, not months. From mood to memory, persuasion to procrastination, and resilience to relationships, Wiseman outlines the research supporting this new science of rapid change, and describes how these quick and quirky techniques can be incorporated into everyday life. Think a little, change a lot. Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape Learn how pot plants make you more creative Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you happier 'At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people' Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Last Theorem 'A triumph of scientifically proven advice over misleading myths of self-help. Challenging, uplifting and long overdue' Derren Brown

  • In 59 Seconds, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman presents a fresh approach to change that helps people achieve their aims and ambitions in minutes, not months. From mood to memory, persuasion to procrastination, and resilience to relationships, Wiseman outlines the research supporting this new science of rapid change, and describes how these quick and quirky techniques can be incorporated into everyday life. Think a little, change a lot. Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape Learn how pot plants make you more creative Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you happier 'At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people' Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Last Theorem 'A triumph of scientifically proven advice over misleading myths of self-help. Challenging, uplifting and long overdue' Derren Brown

  • For the past twenty years, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman has immersed himself in the weird world of supernatural science; testing telepaths, spending nights in haunted castles, and attempting to talk with the dead. In Paranormality he cuts through the hype and goes in search of the truth behind extraordinary stories of poltergeists, possession and second sight. And along the way, he shows us some really rather remarkable things about how our brains work, how it is possible to have an out-of-body experience or lucid dream of our own, and just why we feel the need to believe. . . Praise for 59 Seconds: 'At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people' Simon Singh 'A triumph of scientifically proven advice over misleading myths of self-help. Challenging, uplifting and long overdue' Derren Brown

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