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How Smartphone Apps Are Reshaping Our Desires

How Smartphone Apps Are Reshaping Our Desires | IHS Psychology | Scoop.it
David Freedman chats with readers about his cover story in the June Atlantic...
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The Perfected Self

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The Atlantic covers news and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology, national, international and life on the official site of The Atlantic Magazine.
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Scientists Discover Why You Remember Good News But Ignore the Bad

Scientists Discover Why You Remember Good News But Ignore the Bad | IHS Psychology | Scoop.it
Humans tend to remember good news and attenuate the bad: our brains filter the two, and make us remember positive things more strongly than negative. It's a standard human trait—and now scientists understand how it happens.

 

Be sure to follow the link and read the actually study...pretty interesting.

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This Is the Closest Look We've Ever Gotten at a Neuron's Moving Parts

This Is the Closest Look We've Ever Gotten at a Neuron's Moving Parts | IHS Psychology | Scoop.it
Scientists just captured the most detailed footage of a single neuron in action ever. In the timelapse video above you can even see individual proteins moving through different pathways within the cell.
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The Effect of Color | Off Book | PBS

Color is one of the fundamental elements of our existence, and defines our world in such deep ways that its effects are nearly imperceptible. It intersects t... (RT @PBSOffBook: New Off Book is out!
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Kids Understand the Probabilities of Possibilities Better Than Adults Do

Kids Understand the Probabilities of Possibilities Better Than Adults Do | IHS Psychology | Scoop.it
Everyone who spends time with children knows how incredibly much they learn. But how can babies and young children possibly learn so much so quickly?
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Why Mental Pictures Can Sway Your Moral Judgment : NPR

Why Mental Pictures Can Sway Your Moral Judgment : NPR | IHS Psychology | Scoop.it
Some dilemmas produce vivid images in our head — and we're wired to respond emotionally to pictures. That can trigger unconscious biases that influence our judgment of right and wrong.
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