The Attention Economy Needs to Change. But How? - So... Could you run Facebook better than Zuckerberg?
So... Could you run Facebook better than Zuckerberg?
The emerging monetization of your emotions.
AI, voice assistants and neuroscience through the lens of philosophy.
Facebook's impact on society – how it's changed mass grief and other social norms.
We take a look at persuasive design – and how good design persuades you every single day.
So, what's the price of your attention?
How Dana Scully Changed Science
The truth about the Marshmallow Test, delayed gratification, will power and success
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Let's take a look at some of the genetic and environmental factors that can cause anxiety.
Why did sleep evolve, really? It may have to do with antioxidants.
You're not a static personality type. Your personality traits can be shaped over time.
Branches of microglia are constantly looking for bits of synapses to nibble on.
Getting jealous can warp your mind – here's what to do about it.
Ghosting occurs in romantic relationships, friends and the workplace. We can be better.
People place a higher value on items they build themselves.
The way you process music emerged more than 300 million years ago.
How many scientific studies mention Arnold Schwarzenegger?
We explore passive-aggressive behavior, the act of expressing aggression indirectly.
Has anyone ever made you question your reality? How gaslighting manipulates your mind.
Do you lie to yourself? Be... honest. This week we cover the psychology of self-deception.
All forms of curiosity, even silly hypotheticals, are important – they can lead to practic
A halfalogue is that distracting half-of-a-conversation that you overhear.
Surprise! You're more optimistic than you think.
I explore how the remix, a product of this participatory creativity, hijacks your brain.
We explore some practical tips for boosting your creativity and generating ideas.
Your brain uses different pathways to communicate, forming complex networks in your brain.
The flexibility of brain connections can indicate how quickly we can learn or multitask.
How Artificial Intelligence differentiates and hallucinates.
The Cocktail Party Effect for Artificial Intelligence.
Exploring Misophonia, a sound sensitivity syndrome.
Some people don't imagine things in a visual way.
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