What happens in our brains when we are given a task to complete? By Mary Lamia , Author, Psychologist & Professor at The Wright Institute

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Mary Lamia (Author, Psychologist & Professor at The Wright Institute)


Mary Lamia provides her view of what happens when we are presented with a task to perform. According to Lamia, our reaction to a task is always based on our emotional memories. She talks about the importance of understanding emotion as a motivator.

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Mary Lamia

Author, Psychologist & Professor at The Wright Institute

Dr. Mary Lamia is a psychologist and professor in the doctoral program of the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. Her career-long passion for encouraging emotional awareness is exemplified by her books, including the latest one ‘What Motivates Getting Things Done: Procrastination, Emotions, and Success’. Her blog posts for Psychology Today and Therapy Today websites illustrate her endeavor to convey an understanding of emotion and its significant role in who we become.

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