jeremiahmoore + psychology   15

The Pixar Theory of Labor - The Awl
A lot of Pixar films come packaged with a quasi-humanist narrative hook that enables the public digestion of their work. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  culture  film  psychology 
july 2015 by jeremiahmoore
www.nytimes.com
A FEW years ago, in a supermarket, I swiped my bank card to pay for groceries. I watched the little screen, waiting for its prompts. During the intervals between swiping my card, confirming the amount and entering my PIN, I was shown advertisements. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  education  environment  psychology 
march 2015 by jeremiahmoore
The Science of Sleep: Dreaming, Depression, and How REM Sleep Regulates Negative Emotions | Brain Pickings
For the past half-century, sleep researcher Rosalind D. Cartwright has produced some of the most compelling and influential work in the field, enlisting modern science in revising and expanding the theories of Jung and Freud about the role of sleep and dreams in our lives. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  psychology  science 
may 2014 by jeremiahmoore
The 14 Habits of Highly Miserable People | Alternet
Most of us claim we want to be happy—to have meaningful lives, enjoy ourselves, experience fulfillment, and share love and friendship with other people and maybe other species, like dogs, cats, birds, and whatnot. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  psychology 
december 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Famous Creators on the Fear of Failure | Brain Pickings
Embracing what is, or how to fail like the world’s most successful creatives. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  psychology 
november 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Stay: The Social Contagion of Suicide and How to Preempt It | Brain Pickings
If you’ve ever known someone who committed suicide, or have contemplated it yourself, or have admired a personal hero who died by his or her own hand, please oh please read this. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  psychology 
november 2013 by jeremiahmoore
EMDR Institute, Inc. - What is EMDR?
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Commonly indicated for treating PTSD.
technique  psychology  therapy 
january 2012 by jeremiahmoore

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