Reference Wenyuan | In order to rest on the beach

Reference Wenyuan | In order to rest on the beach

On December 9, "Text / Sepa Malcaci) When I first brought her husband back to Turkey, I tried to prepare for everything possible, such as flight delays, language barriers, and digestive problems. But there is a thing that I can’t do it. When we walked into a beautiful beach club along the Aegean Sea, he muttered: What do we want to do? I said: What do you mean? Of course, I am lying on the beach and enjoy the sun and the sea. But what do you want to do? Beach volleyball, flying or water sports? What does not do anything. We just come here to relax. This is my first time I feel the cultural differences between us. He is an American, and I am Turk. He needs to do something, and I want to be idle. In the past years, he has more and more understands, or can be said to be more Turkey.

But I started notice that in the United States, I feel that I have something necessary to do something is still spread in various forms.

It evolves into a variety of short-sighted golden sentences, such as life only once and get up. When people boasting how much they are so busy as if this is a honorary medal, I saw this; when the fight culture is very stunned, everyone wants to do the most work with the least amount of time, when I pay attention to this, I noticed this. .

The back of this is hidden, that is, rest or relax is a waste of time.

In a study, 141 undergraduates participated in our research in the behavioral laboratory of Ohio State University.

They have to come over to complete a series of surveys, we will ask them to spend time spending time in leisure activities, how many leisure activities is to measure whether they agree to leisure activities through these statements. Meaningless view. These studies are generally toned, but one is that a group of participants think interesting four paragraphs of popular funny video to another group, after watching the video, they have to say that they love these videos. . We found that those participants who think that leisure is a waste of time don’t like these videos. In subsequent research, we let participants have pointed out their level of enjoyment of various leisure experiences, some are active activities (such as exercise), and some are negative activities (such as watching TV). It is also social activities (eg, gathering with friends) or exclusively (for example, meditation).

We have found that those who are free to waste are often less fun from various activities. In addition, these people are more likely to feel pressure, anxiety and depression.

In another study, we want to know how to do this phenomenon is unique to the United States. Therefore, we recruited participants from France, the United States and India, from the indulgence of Hofstide, and these countries were low, medium and high, respectively. The indulgence dimension reflects in a certain specific culture to work-oriented and valued from self-reliance.

We ask them to say how to extent agreed to leisure is a waste of waste.

The results are consistent with people’s universal impression, and it is considered to be less than a waste of french than Americans and Indians.

However, those who feel that the French who have a negative attitude of the casual attitude have no difference in Americans and Indians who have the same attitude.

Therefore, although Americans and Indians may easily think that leisure is a waste, they have the same consequences of this belief.

Newuan epidemic has a significant impact on our lives, work and social methods.

During the epidemic, many people have chosen a step back to re-evaluate their priority.

We want to know whether people have changed the attitude of leisure. We have research data before and after the epidemic, so it can be compared to both. Surprisingly, we did not find any evidence that this faith has resolved after the epidemic.

In the aforementioned research, we only pay attention to the ultimate casual leisure of psychologists, that is, purely enjoying leisure.

This is different from tool-based leisure, which may have a bigger role, such as a friend or keeping health, which makes people feel more effective. Some activities are ultimate, and they are not absolute, and they are subject to people and the situation.

For example, people’s exercise can be in order to play (ultimate motivation), or to lose weight (toolic motivation).

This definition can always be changed. Changing your views of your stay is not easy. However, by re-defining leisure activities as toolbility, it is expected to make more people get real benefits: satisfaction, rest and promote mental health and, true, in order to rest on the beach.

(Hu Guang and translated from November 11th US cable news network website, the original title "expert secret: Why do some people think that leisure is a waste time?") Reference message network reported on December 9 (Text / Sericulture Mal Chiqi) When I first brought her husband to Turkey, I tried to prepare for all possible problems, such as flight delays, language barriers, and digestive problems. But there is a thing that I can’t do it. When we walked into a beautiful beach club along the Aegean Sea, he muttered: What do we want to do? I said: What do you mean? Of course, I am lying on the beach and enjoy the sun and the sea.

But what do you want to do? Beach volleyball, flying or water sports? What does not do anything. We just come here to relax.

This is my first time I feel the cultural differences between us. He is an American, and I am Turk.

He needs to do something, and I want to be idle.

In the past years, he has more and more understands, or can be said to be more Turkey. But I started notice that in the United States, I feel that I have something necessary to do something is still spread in various forms. It evolves into a variety of short-sighted golden sentences, such as life only once and get up.

When people boasting how much they are so busy as if this is a honorary medal, I saw this; when the fight culture is very stunned, everyone wants to do the most work with the least amount of time, when I pay attention to this, I noticed this. .

The back of this is hidden, that is, rest or relax is a waste of time.

In a study, 141 undergraduates participated in our research in the behavioral laboratory of Ohio State University.

They have to come over to complete a series of surveys, we will ask them to spend time spending time in leisure activities, how many leisure activities is to measure whether they agree to leisure activities through these statements. Meaningless view.

These studies are generally toned, but one is that a group of participants think interesting four paragraphs of popular funny video to another group, after watching the video, they have to say that they love these videos. . We found that those participants who think that leisure is a waste of time don’t like these videos.

In subsequent research, we let participants have pointed out their level of enjoyment of various leisure experiences, some are active activities (such as exercise), and some are negative activities (such as watching TV). It is also social activities (eg, gathering with friends) or exclusively (for example, meditation).

We have found that those who are free to waste are often less fun from various activities.

In addition, these people are more likely to feel pressure, anxiety and depression. In another study, we want to know how to do this phenomenon is unique to the United States. Therefore, we recruited participants from France, the United States and India, from the indulgence of Hofstide, and these countries were low, medium and high, respectively.

The indulgence dimension reflects in a certain specific culture to work-oriented and valued from self-reliance.

We ask them to say how to extent agreed to leisure is a waste of waste. The results are consistent with people’s universal impression, and it is considered to be less than a waste of french than Americans and Indians. However, those who feel that the French who have a negative attitude of the casual attitude have no difference in Americans and Indians who have the same attitude.

Therefore, although Americans and Indians may easily think that leisure is a waste, they have the same consequences of this belief.

Newuan epidemic has a significant impact on our lives, work and social methods. During the epidemic, many people have chosen a step back to re-evaluate their priority.

We want to know whether people have changed the attitude of leisure.

We have research data before and after the epidemic, so it can be compared to both. Surprisingly, we did not find any evidence that this faith has resolved after the epidemic. In the aforementioned research, we only pay attention to the ultimate casual leisure of psychologists, that is, purely enjoying leisure.

This is different from tool-based leisure, which may have a bigger role, such as a friend or keeping health, which makes people feel more effective.

Some activities are ultimate, and they are not absolute, and they are subject to people and the situation. For example, people’s exercise can be in order to play (ultimate motivation), or to lose weight (toolic motivation). This definition can always be changed.

Changing your views of your stay is not easy. However, by re-defining leisure activities as toolbility, it is expected to make more people get real benefits: satisfaction, rest and promote mental health and, true, in order to rest on the beach.

(Hu Guang and Translated from November 11th, the United States Cable News Network website, the original title "expert secret: Why is some people think that leisure is a waste time?").