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Subjects: Social Studies, Health & P.E.

Player Mode: Single

Grade: Middle

User Access: Parent, Student, Teacher


We react to negative cues more than positive cues since negative cues are important to keeping us safe and out of danger. It is difficult to focus on positive emotion and reward cues when your safety is not assured. However, too much of a negative bias can produce negative feelings, such as stress, worry, and even depression. Alternatively, the capacity to focus on positive emotions is associated with a more positive outlook. With practice, you can shift your natural bias from negative to positive – becoming more self-aware, optimistic and increasing your wellbeing. In Gopher Glee, the child can develop an automatic positive bias by training his or her awareness of positive emotions.

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