Tag Archives: memory

Top 10 Stunning Misconceptions of the Effects of Smartphone Usage

Phones nowadays are not simply the modes of communication anymore, they’re compact and sophisticated computers. The world has gone digital, and most children growing up today have no sense of what it is like to live without being connected. The … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Studying – Writing vs. Typing Your Notes

When it comes to studying, time is a major issue. For students with a high volume of information to study, cramming is sometimes required. For example, medical students don’t have the luxury of time to study one subject and absolutely … Continue reading

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Blogging is Good for Your Memory

If you ever wondered “why bother?” when you thought about whether or not to start blogging, this article is for you. I discuss something that non-bloggers never really think about. Continue reading

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Skeptikai Notices (Sep1) – Medicine, sex, memory, and skepticism

Half of GPs are okay with sex with patients, as long as they transfer; you’re more likely to remember your first kiss than losing your virginity; memory influences perception; and an Italian science blogger is sued by a pseudoscience purveyor. Continue reading

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Skeptikai Notices (July25) – Japan, psychology, news

The situation at Fukushima is getting better, Google doesn’t ruin our memory, and North Korea still sucks. Continue reading

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