Monday, October 14, 2019
Image SourceThis article cites a a paper, Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of  Having Information at Our Fingertips, that shows that we're less likely to retain information when we know we can easily access it later. It's just downright scary...
Quote from How We Decide: "fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on my dopamine neurons!"(yes, tagged this in DATING intentionally!)

Power Up!

Cool article that discusses the psychology behind power....not just work related at all.


 Image Source The coolest thing in the world is watching brilliance up close and blossoming. I referenced the year 1943 and said "a million years ago" and Little Guy said, no only 67 years ago. I'm like, wow how...
This article references a book called Mindset by Dr. Carol Dweck. According to Dr. Dweck, there are two types of mindsets. (quotes from the article)I'm reading a book right now called "How We Decide" and it sounds similar. I... by Joshua FreemanCopied and pasted from the article at the link above."What happens scientifically when you get really mad:The routes from sensation to action are depicted in this brain. The journey begins with sensation -- in this case vision...
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