Ellen J. Langer
Professor of Psychology at Harvard
Ellen Langer is a professor of Psychology at Harvard University. She is author of several books including Personal Politics,
The Psychology of Control and Mindfulness and has written many journal articles.
She has also edited a number of books such as ‘Higher Stages of Development' with Charles Alexander.
In addition she has received awards for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest and Distinguished Contributions in Basic Science to the Application of Psychology.
Blog PostCheck out Ellen Langer's new book Counterclockwise
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 24 August 2009
A call for mindful leadership
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 20 May 2010
Does willpower have its limits?
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 28 July 2010
To improve learning - don't speak or write with conviction
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 23 June 2013
BookCounterclockwise (May 2009) by EllenáJ.áLanger
Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility
The Power of Mindful Learning (1997) by EllenáJ.áLanger
PersonEllenáJ.áLanger Professor of Psychology at Harvard
QuotationOn perspective by EllenáJ.áLanger Professor of Psychology at Harvard
On single-minded views by EllenáJ.áLanger Professor of Psychology at Harvard
Quotations from Ellen J. Langer:
In the perspective of every person lies a lens through which we may better understand ourselves.
Not only do we as individuals get locked into single-minded views, but we also reinforce these views for each other until the culture itself suffers the same mindlessness.
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