This week’s must-reads: Here’s How to Ensure Your Kids Don’t Spend the Entire Break Staring at Screens
In my work as a behavioral designer, I come across important stories on how psychology influences our behavior. Every week, I share my round-up of the most important stories at the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. I hope you enjoy them!
Here’s How to Ensure Your Kids Don’t Spend the Entire Break Staring at Screens (NirAndFar) There’s nothing wrong with some device time. Just use these tips to make sure your kids don’t overdo it.
How the Ancient Greeks Beat Distraction [AUDIO] (Podcast) Distractions seem ubiquitous today, but they’ve always bee a part of human life. Here’s how to resist them.
Why We Need Boundaries More Than Ever (Yahoo Sports) So fundamental are boundaries to your emotional wellbeing that many psychologists believe they’re the building blocks of your self-esteem and self-worth.
People Love the Brain for the Wrong Reasons (Scientific American) Our fascination with brain-based explanations of psychology arises from intuitive ideas about the separation of mind and body — ideas unsupported by science.
How to know what you really want (Psyche) From career choices to new purchases, use the memetic theory to resist the herd and forge your own path in life.
Same As It Ever Was (Collaborative Fund) Things that never change are the most important things to pay attention to.