Bruce Grierson, The New York Times, October 22, 2014

Psychologist Ellen Langer, who has written or co-written more than 200 studies, imagines a day when blame isn’t the first thing people reach for when things go awry. Instead, we will simply bring to bear the power of our own minds — which she believes will turn out to be far greater than we imagined. If people could learn to be mindful and always perceive the choices available to them, Langer says, they would fulfill their potential and improve their health. […read more]