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The Coddling of the American Mind ‘Is Speeding Up’
A conversation with Greg Lukianoff, the co-author of a 2015 Atlantic cover story and new book of the same name, about campus free speech in a tumultuous time
https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/09/the-coddling-of-the-american-mind/399356/
education  psychology  politics 
5 hours ago by jimmykduong
Why are conversations limited to about four people? A theoretical exploration of the conversation size constraint - ScienceDirect
Which might suggest freeform conversations in meetings only really work well at 4 or less people, or else you have the ritual/social equivalent of a conch token to control speakers (which effectively cuts speaker count to compensate). The take that you are effectively tracking potentially 8 "endpoints" also suggests some connection with memory limits (you generally can handle 7 things simultaneously, maybe don't count yourself?)
psychology  conversation  audio  social  studies  meeting  speaker  size  constraint  cognitive  limit 
10 hours ago by asteroza
Color Psychology In Marketing: The Complete Guide [Free Download]
He found that bright light and bright colors promoted "big muscle" activity, while softer and deeper colors promoted mental and visual tasks better. He also discovered that red stimulates our nervous system while blue relaxes it. Red and related colors also caused people to overestimate the passage of time while cooler colors like green and blue were the reverse.
color  psychology  howto 
11 hours ago by neomindryan
Mental models
These are some mental models I find useful. They’re rooted in decades of experience of thousands of experts – a modern equivalent of folk wisdom. Mental mode...
psychology  reference 
18 hours ago by t27

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