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Borne Mace

Why Groups Fail to Share Information Effectively | PsyBlog - 19 views

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Borne Mace

The psychology of power: Absolutely | The Economist - 21 views

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José Cavalcante

The Brain Rejects Inequality | Brain Blogger - 22 views

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    Behavioral and anthropological evidence show that humans dislike social inequality and unfair distribution of outcomes. But this evidence is not purely social, anymore, since researchers at the California Institute of Technology and Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, have identified reward centers in the brain that are sensitive to inequality.
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    nice. So we want to give, we enjoy doing so.
    Then why are we so distant from one another?
    Why are friendships so hard to form as you get older?
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my serendipities

Excessive internet use linked to depression, research shows - 12 views

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    "people classified as internet addicts are more likely to be depressed than non-addicted users..." "This study reinforces the public speculation that over-engaging in websites that serve to replace normal social function might be linked to psychological disorders like depression and addiction."
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    This is a classic... perhaps it is the fact that the people who are depressed find solace in spending excessive time on the Internet..? The link is not over use of the Internet causes depression or addiction but people prone to these disorders are drawn to spending time on the Net..
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    This seems odd to me and I'm an internet addict. If you examine what the people were doing online, it's likely a clue as to what they feel is 'missing' from their lives - the story said "They also discovered that addicts spent proportionately more time browsing sexually gratifying websites, online gaming sites and online communities."

    Maybe they're looking for true love, fun, and that feeling of community. Maybe it's something wrong with our "mediated culture" that's forcing that hand. I believe that this topic will likely grow worse as time progresses, unless we all find a way to bond on a global-level.
nadege austin

City life and the brain | ecosistema urbano - 24 views

  • simply spending a few minutes on a busy city street can affect the brain’s ability to focus and to help us manage self-control.
  • spending a short period of time—even one as brief as 20 minutes—in a more natural setting can help the brain recover from the stresses of city life
  • Natural vistas allow the brain’s attention circuits to refresh.
Pedro Quevedo

Psychology at it's best - 23 views

That looks interesting, I'll have to check it out after my AP psych test . *Bookmarked Silvia Fern wrote: > Have you read Us and Them: The Science of Identity? It was an awesome book and it was th...

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Robert Kamper

Armed with information, people make poor choices, study finds - 12 views

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    It's a cool study, but who wants to sit at a computer all day, getting paid to "take a test".

    "In a real-life scenario, a student who stayed home to study and then learned he had missed a fun party would be less likely to study next time in a similar situation -- even if that option provides more long-term benefits."

    This only proves that our current education system fails. Ask any student if they like school, they'll all say no. Hell, I'd rather be working then studying or doing homework, at least I get paid for it. Ask any post-grad and most will say they aren't working in the career they went to college for. So why should I study for a test to pass a course that means nothing to my future? Our current education system fails to do many things, it's a shame it's still broken.
Borne Mace

Conformity: Ten Timeless Influencers | PsyBlog - 10 views

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Rich People Can't Recognize Your Emotions (It's Science, Apparently) - Culture - GOOD - 15 views

  • people of upper-class status aren't very good at recognizing the emotions other people are feeling. The researchers speculate that this is because they can solve their problems, like the daycare example, without relying on others -- they aren't as dependent on the people around them.

    Maybe most fascinating is that "when people were made to feel that they were at a lower social class than they actually were, they got better at reading emotions," suggesting that even a temporary shift in context can account for behavioral changes.

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    "people of upper-class status aren't very good at recognizing the emotions other people are feeling. The researchers speculate that this is because they can solve their problems, like the daycare example, without relying on others -- they aren't as dependent on the people around them.

    Maybe most fascinating is that "when people were made to feel that they were at a lower social class than they actually were, they got better at reading emotions," suggesting that even a temporary shift in context can account for behavioral changes."
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    I am inclined to agree with you, it's a class thing rather than a money thing. we're subjected to a fair bit of it here in the UK, but are expected to 'play the game'
Borne Mace

Everything You Need To Know About Happiness - PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improv... - 11 views

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    This article is amazing! If you want the full list of 'needs' search for 'maslow's hierarchy of needs' - I've always wonder what self-realization would be like, this article should help get me there :)
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