NeuroFocus Uses Neuromarketing to Hack Your Brain — Fast Company

NeuroFocus Uses Neuromarketing to Hack Your Brain — Fast Company

Like curiosity, beauty is a motivational force, an emotional reaction not to the perfect or the complete, but to the imperfect and incomplete. We know just enough to know that we want to know more; there is something here, we just don’t what. That’s why we call it beautiful.

Evidence Suggests that the Internet Changes How We Remember – MIT Technology Review

Evidence Suggests that the Internet Changes How We Remember – MIT Technology Review

Is Google Ruining Your Memory? — Wired Science

Is Google Ruining Your Memory? — Wired Science

This explains why we think that time speeds up when we grow older,” Eagleman said-why childhood summers seem to go on forever, while old age slips by while we’re dozing. The more familiar the world becomes, the less information your brain writes down, and the more quickly time seems to pass. “Time is this rubbery thing…it stretches out when you really turn your brain resources on, and when you say, ‘Oh, I got this, everything is as expected,’ it shrinks up.