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Why Walking through a Doorway Makes You Forget: Scientific American
The act of walking through a doorway makes you forget what you went into that room for. ................... lifehacks, brainhack = When I need to go to a different room for something, I try (can't say I remember to do it all the time), to consciously repeat to myself what I'm going to the next room for to mitigate the effects of walking through the door. When I remember to do it, it definitely helps!
memory-brain  psychology  lifehacks  brainhack 
december 2013 by daguti
Year In Dieting: Distraction, Noise Cause Overeating : NPR
Beegah says he usually does not eat this way. At home he wouldn't think of loading up on triple portions of fatty foods for breakfast. But traveling, being on the go, it turns out Beegah's brain isn't processing food the same way as it would if he were having a quiet meal in his own kitchen. The sensory overload can really throw off judgment or inure us to the sensation of feeling full. Scientists are just beginning to understand how this disruption works.
diet  research-studies  food  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  brain  brainhack  sales  restaurants 
january 2011 by daguti
How to Manufacture a Hormone | NicheGeek.com
What forces in our minds make us perceive one movie as a lot better than another? I have a theory that I strongly believe comes pretty close to the answer: “The more the mind must work to reach a conclusion which it eventually successfully reaches, the
marketing  psychology  mind  brainhack 
august 2006 by daguti
Psychology Today: Stand and Deliver
I HATE TO ADMIT IT, BUT I THINK I AM A PROCRASTINATOR. ALTHOUGH, I THINK I'VE GOTTEN BETTER, OVER THE YEARS, THIS MIGHT STILL FACTOR INFO OUR VENTURE. PLEASE KICK ME IN THE ASS IF YOU SEE ME PROCRASTINATING.
psychology  procrastination  productivity  mind  brainhack 
july 2006 by daguti

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