Prof. Dr. Manuel Tusch

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Prof. Dr. Manuel TuschDr. Manuel Tusch Professor at the Münster University of Applied Sciences and director of the IfAP.

Tusch studied psychology and adult education in Cologne and Amsterdam. He has a psychological practice in Cologne, heads the Institute for Applied Psychology (IfAP), which offers, inter alia, a coaching training, and Professor with research focus on consulting / mediation / coaching in the department of social affairs Münster University of Applied Sciences. His work focuses on psycho-jungle coaching, mediation, supervision and talk therapy.

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Latest posts


Success & Management {HR magazine}

Mind Control and Ironic Process: Take the Pressure Out!

We should not and absolutely do not want to think about something - and that is precisely why we constantly think about it all the time. This is not only impractical when it comes to getting rid of annoying-cherished habits. Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Mind Control and Ironic Process: How NOT to Stop Smoking

You should not think about purple cows and white bears. But just because you should not think about it, her brain has been constantly busy with the cow or the bear. Right? What's going on in your brain? Read more

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Mind Control and Ironic Process: Do not think about the purple cow!

Don't think of a purple cow! What are you currently thinking about? Does it make "muh" and chocolate? Then you could have gotten into a so-called “ironic process”: If we take the decision not to think about something, this very thought can really haunt us. Read more

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Helplessly delivered to the boss: how you learned to change helplessness

Research has long established that how easy we feel helpless also depends on ourselves. It has something to do with the so-called “attribution style” - how we explain to ourselves what is going on and with us. Read more

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Helplessly delivered to the boss: no matter what I do, is it wrong?

In an experiment conducted by American psychologist Martin Seligman with dogs, it was shown that helplessness is often only learned. And can also be forgotten again. What does that have to do with your boss? Read more

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