Jeremy Sutton PhD

Psychologist in Human Performance.

Writer in positive psychology and the science of mind.

Writer at PositivePsychology
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Links to published articles

How Smell and Sound Help Your Brain While You Sleep

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What if Mindfulness Isn’t Working?

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Positive Psychology Welcomes Your Dark Side

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3 Questions That Can Change How You Write and Live

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Virtual Reality Could Cure Your Fear of Public Speaking

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Radical Vulnerability Can Be Life-Changing

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‘Minecraft’ Does Good Things for Your Brain

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When Your Brain Doesn’t Recognize Faces

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You Have No Idea How Much Your Brain Is Ignoring

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What Is Mental Toughness, and Where Can I Get Some?

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Entering ‘Flow’ Can Make Hard Exercise More Enjoyable

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Toughening the Mind by Challenging the Body

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Are There Hard Limits to Human Performance?

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Don’t Remove Stress, Own It

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Positive Psychology

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What Is Assertiveness in Psychology? 5 Practical Examples

Assertiveness is crucial when our desired outcomes compete with others’. It affects how hard we push to get what we want and varies with time, context, and experience.

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Assertiveness in Leadership: 19 Techniques for Workplace Managers

Assertiveness describes how prepared you are to stand up for your opinions when someone else wants different outcomes.

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Fostering Intrinsic Motivation in Students: 29 Tools & Tips for Your Classroom

Being intrinsically motivated and doing something because it is fascinating, enjoyable, and piques our curiosity boosts our performance

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What Is School Psychology? 

Ultimately, school psychology promotes a positive learning environment and equal access to services to ensure healthy development for all children.

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6 Worksheets & Templates to Find Your Ikigai

The Japanese practice of ikigai helps you find your reason for living, shaping how you live now and in the future.

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How to Increase Intrinsic Motivation: Methods & Strategies

Intrinsic motivation is  conditional on satisfying feelings of competence, autonomy, and relatedness

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Check out this short video on Resilience and the ABCDE model

Psychology Articles

Currently writing for PositivePsychology.com – a science-based online resource to put positive psychology into practice every day.

Developing Empathy: 8 Strategies & Worksheets for Becoming More Empathetic

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20 Top Coaching Podcasts Coaches Should Listen To

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20 Best Therapy Podcasts to Inspire Practitioners

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What Is Altruism in Psychology? 8 Inspiring Examples

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Psychology of Forgiveness: 10+ Fascinating Research Findings

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What Is Intuition and Why Is It Important? 5 Examples

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Positive Deviance: 5 Examples Of The Power of Non-Conformity

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20 Coaching Courses and Online Opportunities

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A Look At The Self-Care Wheel: Templates, Worksheets and Activities

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The 6 Stages of Change: Worksheets For Helping Your Clients

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Erik Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development Explained

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Strength-Spotting Interviews: 20+ Questions and Techniques

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Strength-Based Leadership: 34 Traits Of Successful Leaders

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How to Apply the Wheel of Life in Coaching

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Cultivating Strengths At Work: 10+ Examples and Ideas

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Practicing Mindfulness in Groups: 9 Activities and Exercises

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The Importance of Mindfulness: 20+ Reasons to Practice Mindfulness

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What Is Mindful Walking Meditation and How Can It Impact Your Life?

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Progressive Muscle Relaxation: A Positive Psychology Guide

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Goal-Setting: 20 Templates and Worksheets For Achieving Goals

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Improving Sleep Through Mindfulness Meditation

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Socratic Questioning in Psychology: Examples and Techniques

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Building a Resilient Workplace: 5 Valuable Tools and Activities

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16 Stress Management Activities and Worksheets to Help Clients Beat Stress

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The Art of Coping: Strategies and Skills to Help Your Clients Cope

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Most recent articles

What is Resilience, and How Do I Bounce Back?

The ABCDE of managing life’s challenges “Resilience is our ability to bounce back from life’s challenges and unforeseen difficulties, providing mental protection from emotional and mental disorders,” says Professor Michael[…]

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When Your Brain Doesn’t Recognize Faces

The science behind ‘face blindness’ Much of human engagement relies upon the ability to recognize familiar faces. And yet this seemingly simple, widespread human capacity, which builds and strengthens social[…]

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You Have No Idea How Much Your Brain Is Ignoring

The eye-opening science behind ‘inattentional blindness’ In an iconic study from 1999, Daniel Simons and Christopher Chabris, researchers at Harvard University, used a gorilla costume as a prop to explore visual perception. Subjects[…]

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How to Build an Expert Mindset Using Deliberate Practice

What science tells us about expertise Psychologists, cognitive scientists, and AI researchers have for decades grappled with answering: what does it mean to be an expert, and how does someone[…]

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Searching for Consciousness - The Ghost in the Machine

Research is unraveling the greatest mystery of the mind Scientists and philosophers have grappled with the question of consciousness for over two thousand years. But, despite more than 7 billion humans[…]

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Why Our Minds and Bodies No Longer Fit the World in Which We Live?

Rise of the mismatch diseases According to evolutionary biologists and psychologists, many physical and mental ailments result from a lack of fit between the environment people evolved for and the one[…]

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What Is Mental Toughness, and Where Can I Get Some?

When someone is described as being “mentally tough,” it typically signals that they’re resilient, self-assured, and bold. Ask any athlete what the concept means in sports, and they will answer,[…]

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Adaptations From Our Evolutionary Past Impact Sports Psychology Today

The effect of evolutionary psychology on sport The Theory of Natural Selection is able to unify all species, past and present. Darwin’s Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection shook the world when[…]

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Perception is everything

Is the dress gold and white, or blue and black? Is the person with the gun going to help us or hurt us? Are we succeeding or failing?

Same situation, different view. 

The content of Explore the Limits aims to provide:

KNOWLEDGE

What you know changes what you think.

Get the facts.

CHALLENGE

We have evolved for challenge, stress, growth.

Take the opportunity to develop.

PROGRESSION

Only the dead fish go with the flow. Do you remain static, do you move forward?

Engage or avoid.

CONTROL

Understand the mind. Understand the body.
Understand the environment they are in.

Where are you, what are you?

Jeremy Sutton, PhD is a freelance science writer

An enthusiastic freelance writer, psychologist, researcher, and content writer, specializing in psychology, science, business, and technology. Currently working for several international clients within both the field of psychology and IT/Business. Over 20 years of experience in technology and the financial industry and more than six years in performance psychology. Excellent organizational skills and capable of managing multiple projects at a time. Comfortable writing for all aspects of digital and social media, and turning complex topics into easy to understand, yet engaging pieces of content.

Available for assignments.
Please use the form below, or email me on jeremy@explorethelimits.com

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