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The scientists who make apps addictive | 1843
Ещё одна большая статья про зависимость от технологии и привычки, прививаемые нам технологическими компаниями
design  psychology  ethics 
3 minutes ago by gevorg
How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Former Insider
Статья о том как технологии "взламывают" мозг и как технологические компании ловят людей на крючок, заставляя пользоваться своим продуктом изо дня в день
design  psychology  ethics 
5 minutes ago by gevorg
Bart van der Meer | LinkedIn
Ik heb op 14 augustus via de telefoon voor het eerst contact gehad met Bart. Hij werkt bij SARR.
psychology  Autism  tonsoftime 
1 hour ago by tonb
Barnum Effect | psychology |
Barnum Effect, also called Forer Effect, in psychology, the phenomenon that occurs when individuals believe that personality descriptions apply specifically to them (more so than to other people), despite the fact that the description is actually filled with information that applies to everyone.
yesterday by jesselle77
Finnish Nightmares
Meet Matti, a stereotypical Finn who appreciates peace, quiet and personal space. Matti tries his best to do unto others as he wishes to be done unto him: to give space, be polite and not bother with unnecessary chit chat. As you might’ve guessed, it can’t always go that way.
comics  finland  humour  psychology  introvertion 
yesterday by terry
Why do millions of Chinese people want to be 'spiritually Finnish'?
Matti’s fear of crowds and small talk and his tendency to be easily embarrassed has struck a chord with many Chinese readers, who seem relieved that their longing for privacy has finally been voiced – via the medium of a stick figure from a faraway country. But it’s Finnish culture itself – of which privacy and personal space have long been part – that has also struck a chord.
china  comics  finland  humour  introvertion  psychology 
yesterday by terry
(33) Steven Pinker: 5 Main Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities - YouTube
Priorities (family vs status), People vs Things, Risk, 3-D Mental Transformations, Math Reasoning, Variability
genderissues  Pinker  psychology  youtube 
yesterday by HispanicPundit
Laziness Does Not Exist – E Price – Medium
When a person fails to begin a project that they care about, it’s typically due to either a) anxiety about their attempts not being “good enough” or b) confusion about what the first steps of the task are.
yesterday by whip_lash
5 psychological biases used in marketing
- The effect of causality
We’re wired to see cause and effect everywhere, even if we know, or should know, that events aren’t connected. Everything that proposes cause and effect sticks in your brains for longer.

- The confirmation bias
“Our mind works in a vaguely similar way. It seeks, finds, and delivers information that confirms or amplifies the beliefs we already have. This is less expensive (in terms of self-preservation and energy) than to get confronted with new ideas, process them, and reconstruct one’s worldview (or deeply held opinions on the best yogurt) every time. This is called the confirmation bias.”

- The hindsight bias
The hindsight bias ensures that you judge everything by its outcome. For example, there’s a low-risk surgical intervention in which an unpredictable accident occurred. The jury will be prone to believe, after the fact, that the risk was bigger than it actually was, and that the doctor who ordered it was to blame.

- The Endowment Effect (i.e. the Ownership Effect)
In marketing the endowment effect is used often and effectively. Take free coupons, free trials, test drives and products with some free balance. This creates a sense of ownership right from the start. You become the person who uses the service, drives the car, etc. You’re not willing to give that up.
psychology  marketing  bias 
yesterday by Tiberiade

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