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Face the Facts: We Are All Headed for an "iDisorder"

The way we relate to technology is leading us to an iDisorder.

Our Social Media Obsession

Why do we constantly feel the need to “check in” with social media? Our study finds that people use technology for a variety of reasons, ranging from anxiety to pleasure.

A Film Festival Full of Psychological Movies

Movies and Psychology: A Natural Match

Keep Your Brain Healthy in a Tech-Rich Environment

How to stay healthy amidst 24/7/365 technology inundation

Facebook: Does It Mean the Same to Everyone?

What does Facebook really mean?

Is It Live or Is It Memorex?

When we view the world through a lens, are we missing out on the complete sensory experience?

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.

Pics or It Didn’t Happen? It May Be Truer Than You Realize.

Corollary: Selfies or you Don’t Exist.

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