Psychology

10.29.19
Microsoft and Ninja Theory are making games to fight mental illness
10.29.19

Microsoft and Ninja Theory are making games to fight mental illness

The Insight Project will study the use of gaming, technology and neuroscience.

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10.29.19
Narbis smart glasses punish distraction by turning opaque
10.29.19

Narbis smart glasses punish distraction by turning opaque

They reward focus and relaxation with a clear view.

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08.13.19
The co-founder of Masterclass wants people to try college courses online
08.13.19

The co-founder of Masterclass wants people to try college courses online

Outlier.org wants to teach you Psychology and Calculus for $400 per module.

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07.19.19
How NASA keeps its astronauts safe and sane in space
07.19.19

How NASA keeps its astronauts safe and sane in space

The rigors of interplanetary travel are not for everybody.

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01.31.19
Study suggests Facebook users are happier if they leave for a month
01.31.19

Study suggests Facebook users are happier if they leave for a month

They also find themselves using it less when they come back.

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08.18.18
Bots on Amazon's task service may be souring psych studies
08.18.18

Bots on Amazon's task service may be souring psych studies

Mechanical Turk may need more safeguards to be used as a scientific tool.

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08.07.18
Your smartphone is a 'security blanket' for your social life
08.07.18

Your smartphone is a 'security blanket' for your social life

Even when you're not looking at it.

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12.15.17
Facebook tackles the question of whether social media is bad for us
12.15.17

Facebook tackles the question of whether social media is bad for us

Its research suggests it all depends on how you use it.

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09.12.16
Bad experiences on Facebook have real-world consequences
09.12.16

Bad experiences on Facebook have real-world consequences

Researchers at Brown University believe there's a real link between Facebook bullying and depression.

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