Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Thank goodness that’s over: preferring our pains to be past

Recent research from the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney undermines a widely held assumption that our preferences about the temporal location...

Take A Knee and Feel the Pain of Others

Racism runs deep in the fabric of our cognitive networks, driven by fear, objectification, failures in perspective taking, and self-avoidance. Almost all of us...

How to Psychologize Unwisely

Weaponizing for personal advantage. Posted May 18, 2020 A little knowledge is a dangerous thing and a lot of knowledge can be still more dangerous....

Only for the Brave? Uncovering White Supremacy

Layla Saad seeks to become a good ancestor. She drew wide for her efforts at dealing with white supremacy through a month-long Instagram...

Managing Attention and Learning From a Pandemic

Herbert Simon once stated that attention is the scarcest of economic resources. Recent events would seem to prove him right. The world has been...

Conspiracy Theories and COVID-19

People all over the world are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis in a variety of ways. In Ireland, a vast majority of the population has been...

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Why Sleep Is the Clean-Up Crew for Your Brain

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Let Waiting and Boredom Be Your Guide

Waiting and boredom have been the bugbears of my life. Maybe yours too. I hate them both. It’s been a surprise just how wildly...

Thank goodness that’s over: preferring our pains to be past

Recent research from the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney undermines a widely held assumption that our preferences about the temporal location...
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