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Sep 02

Deric's MindBlog: Intergenerational transmission of emotional trauma.

Sep 01

40 Years After 'Working,' A View From The Driver's Seat : NPR

Aug 28


Aug 27

“In both personal settings and online settings, people were more willing to share their views if they thought their audience agreed with them. For instance, at work, those who felt their coworkers agreed with their opinion were about three times more likely to say they would join a workplace conversation about the Snowden-NSA situation.” — Social Media and the ‘Spiral of Silence’ | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project

Aug 19


Policing by consent -


In light of the ongoing policing situation in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of the shooting of an unarmed man by a police officer and how the response to the community protests is highlighting the militarization of US police departments since 9/11, it’s instructive to look at one of the first…

“This supports my hypothesis that creativity is something that happens naturally so long as your brain is not actively suppressing it for some sort of survival advantage. That makes sense because creative thinking usually isn’t helpful in immediately dangerous situations. If we were cave dwellers I would be the one that didn’t see the mastodon stampede heading my way because I was daydreaming and inventing new stone tools in my head. Sometimes you don’t need creative ideas so much as you just need to run.” — Scott Adams Blog: Creativity Hack 08/18/2014

Aug 16


Global Parenting Habits That Haven't Caught On In The U.S. : Parallels : NPR

Aug 13