Why the New Instagram It Girl Spends All Her Time Alone Last Tuesday morning, my first unread email was from Influencer Intelligence, an analytics company that works with people who want to hire influencers and celebrities to advertise things. “Authenticity … Continue reading Authenticity on Instagram
Why Aren’t We Curious About the Things We Want to Be Curious About? You can learn anything on the internet, so why do I so often learn things I don’t want to know? When I’m surfing the web I want … Continue reading Clickbaited by brain
Against neurodiversity I couldn’t help feeling a little apprehensive before my meeting with Thomas Clements. The British 30-year-old has what used to be called Asperger’s Syndrome, and describes himself as ‘slightly autistic’. Until our meeting in London, I’d had few … Continue reading Intentions and movement
Implicit bias puts lives in jeopardy. Can mandatory training reduce the risk? The California State Assembly is preparing to vote on three bills to require mandatory training on implicit bias for law enforcement officers, medical professionals, judges and trial lawyers. … Continue reading Anti-bias training
Laurent Dumoulin – Zazie in the lab Doukijouidonktan ? » (2) might ask in 2019, a Gabriel neurobiologist but also – let’s dream a little, enlightened by Lacan. Indeed, if the great hope of neurosciences is to make human passions … Continue reading Unconscious is singular
How to Improve Your Memory (Even if You Can’t Find Your Car Keys) What makes a great bartender? Your ideal candidate is probably someone who has the empathy to console you after a breakup, the mental toughness to stand up … Continue reading Latent memory
Aha, Uh-oh and Doh: The Psychology of Insight Insight’ is sometimes used to mean something like ‘self-awareness’, including awareness of our thought processes, beliefs, desires, emotions, and so on, and how they might relate to truth or usefulness. Of course, … Continue reading What is insight?