Neuropolitical consultants can read your micromuscle movements and tell what you’re thinking. And they’re using this technology to craft political messages.
An old article but worth reviewing: Tetris blocks traumatic flashbacks. Who said video games aren’t good for anything? (I wonder if other casual games work as well, like Bejeweled and, er, Hunie Pop.)
Following Maslow’s hierarchy,people want more than just a career out of work. They also want community and cause.
A review of Antonio Damasio’s The Strange Order of Things. To wit: the mind is more than just the brain.
Dr. Todd Kashdan has proposed a five-dimensional curiosity scale. I now tend to view these classifications in the same vein as women’s magazines personality tests (no offense to women): fun but with little bearing on actual personalities. But, well, they’re fun.
I claim to be “joyous explorer”, okay?
From IBM Research: Automated analysis of free speech predicts psychosis onset in high-risk youths. This technique uses AI to analyze speech patterns of clinical high risk youths to mark for “poverty of speech” and “flight of ideas.”
The Art of Manliness on the Internet and instant gratification.