The late 20th century saw an increase in the perceived value of positive thinking, positive experiences, and positive feedback. But some recent research indicates that we learn more from negative experiences and feedback than from the positive. We’ll explore this in #lrnchat on Thursday, July 18. Join us on Twitter at 8:30 pm Eastern, 5:30pm Pacific (that’s Friday July 19, 11:30 am, in Oz).
Tugend,“Praise is Fleeting, But Brickbats we Recall”. NY Times, 2012.
Blue, “Why Do We Remember Bad Things?” Time, 2008.
Audia & Locke, “Benefiting From Bad Things”. HR Management Review, 2003.
See you soon!