Out of the perpetual crisis
We need to change our thinking and our thought patterns in order to master the crises of our time, demands Maren Urner, Professor of Media Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences for Media, Communication and Business (HMKW) in Cologne.
After her bestseller Schluss mit dem täglichen Weltuntergang (Ending the Daily Doomsday), the cognitive and neuroscientist exposes prevailing thought patterns in her new book with provocative theses and counters them with a model of new "dynamic" thinking, which she has developed on the basis of the latest neuroscientific and psychological findings.
In a talk with with philosopher, TV host and author Gert Scobel, Prof. Dr. Maren Urner explores the question of how we can make the right decisions, master social and personal crises and, in doing so, feel good about ourselves.
Solving today's problems with tomorrow's thinking
Maren Urner and Gert Scobel
Geist Heidelberg In dialogue
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