Researchers and companies are harnessing computers to identify the emotions behind our written words. While sentiment analysis is far from perfect, … Continue reading How algorithms discern our mood from what we write online
November 28, 2019 by Donald McCarthy I lived only half a childhood. Friendships were difficult, because I often did not … Continue reading My Childhood Autism Went Undetected. It Cost Me Part of My Youth
‘We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom.’ Those were the words of the American biologist E O Wilson … Continue reading Attention is not a resource but a way of being alive to the world
Por Dan Nixon, escritor independiente cuyo trabajo ha aparecido en The Sunday Times, The Economist y The Guardian, entre otros. … Continue reading La atención no es un recurso sino una forma de estar vivo para el mundo
Work hard, become successful, then you’ll be happy. At least, that’s what many of us were taught by our parents, … Continue reading Happiness doesn’t follow success: it’s the other way round
Escrito por: Lisa C Walsh, candidata a doctorado en psicología social/de la personalidad en la Universidad de California, Riverside. Su … Continue reading La felicidad no sigue al éxito: es al revés
Researchers are focusing new attention on boosting social connectedness for teens following hospitalization for suicide attempts or ideations. June 10, … Continue reading A Friends-and-Family Intervention for Preventing Teen Suicide
Cover image: Courtesy Wikimedia From medication to recreational and spiritual substances, drugs offer us respite from pain, open opportunities for … Continue reading Do psychotropic drugs enhance, or diminish, human agency?
Imagen de portada: Cortesía de Wikimedia Por Rami Gabriel, profesor asociado de psicología en el Departamento de Humanidades, Historia y … Continue reading ¿Las drogas psicotrópicas mejoran, o disminuyen, la agencia humana?
Cover image: Manly Beach (1895) by Arthur Streeton. Courtesy Bendigo Art Gallery/Wikipedia There is a meme that speaks directly to the hearts … Continue reading You’re simply not that big a deal: now isn’t that a relief?