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How Media Distorts Scientific Results

How can psychological scientists present their research and not have it distorted by the media? And what happens when professionals misquote research from the popular press distortions? My experience with this has changed the way I will work with the press.

Phantom Pocket Vibration Syndrome

Have you ever felt your pocket “vibrate” and when you checked your phone there was no message? You may suffer from “phantom pocket vibration syndrome.”

Matrimony in the Age of Facebook

Weddings 2.0 – the new world of social networked weddings.

Always On, All the Time: Are We Suffering From FoMO?

Do you suffer from FoMO, or Fear of Missing Out? Only your Facebook friends know for sure!

The Amazing Power of "Tech Breaks"

You see it in restaurants, classrooms, the dinner table, and the workplace. After about 15 minutes of concentration people have an urge to check in with their social world, most often through texting, Twitter, & Facebook. I have been advocating tech breaks to allow people a short time to clear their brain and get back to work.

E-Mail Is Not the Problem: It’s Our Need to Task Switch

We must learn how to focus … at least for short bursts of time.

Bring a "Knowledge Broker" to School Today!

Note to Teachers: If you want to integrate technology into your curriculum consider a “knowledge broker”

Weapons of Mass Distraction

We are constantly inundated by technology mostly from our wireless mobile devices. How are we doing in our fight to overcome our new WMDs: Weapons of Mass Distraction?

Multitasking Madness

How have we fallen into a state of “Multitasking Madness”?

The Power of "Like"

Being liked on Facebook has a bigger meaning

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