Some people are quite rightly called lucky. Somehow, these 'lucky' are consistently at the right time in the right place. What is the cause of luck? Can you help the losers? This issue has concerned one British professor already in 1994. And he has some advice. Name psychology researcher Richard Wiseman luck (Richard Wiseman).
He currently works at the University of Hertfordshire (University of Hertfordshire). By the way, in my childhood was a professor professional magician, which probably explains his addiction to put it mildly, unusual areas of psychology: psychics, parapsychology, ghosts and the like – in the interests of Weissman. And under his leadership of the funniest jokes are evaluated in the world is clear that such tendencies have not gone unnoticed by the scientist to the media. Accordingly, the press has made professors kind of 'star'. However, this kind of fame is not tainted the image of the scientist, as Richard Wiseman entree into all sorts of the Royal Society and in general – is a recognized expert of international class. I think, deservedly. Professor Wiseman believes that in general terms comprehended the psychology of luck. So, in early 2003 a book was published Weissman 'Luck Factor' (Luck Factor) – 'the first comprehensive report on the eight-year research project on the nature of luck'. The very same work is still under Project 'Luck' – Luck Project. Information about the project: 'Project' Luck 'was originally conceived to scientifically explore psychological differences of view between people who consider themselves lucky and unlucky.