An intersection of cognitive psychology and other behavioral disciplines with observations about technology. New submissions should contain both (1) a bit of empirical data and (2) a lot of serious thinking.
His five years as a student at Sandy Hook Elementary school were uneventful.
New Technologies Solving Big Problems
For a peer-to-peer approach to collective intelligence
…and the creativity of dishonesty
An Application of Nir Eyal’s Hook Model
Because it’s the right thing to do
Is your job at risk?
Effects of east-facing windows?
Facebook’s A / B Test Analyzed Through Gestalt Laws
Card-swiping, anticipatory computing, and the problem with Netflix, iTunes, and Foursquare
The Power of Environmental Design to Limit Crime
Or, superior vision and the promise of better baseball
The psychology of giving
A data-journey for one word that goes both ways
What’s really universal about emotions?
Behavioral interventions should form part of reducing resource consumption, but the main game is still old-school incentives.
As a digital writer and marketer, it’s no secret that I love digital technology.
Scribbled by @TheSteveMcGarry
It’s all about habits and bridges.
How technology copes with human’s bias for natural?
Televised sport has gone stats-crazy; now we have to learn which we can trust
How and why to run your life like a start-up
How your mobile phone is helping you avoid traffic jams without you even knowing.
Papyrophobia; From Latin papȳrus, from Ancient Greek πάπυρος (papuros), and -phobia, from φόβος (phobos, “fear”).
The effect of a default on religious education.
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