The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “psychology”

Robots In Our Image
Robots In Our Image

How a biblical creation myth replays itself from bone and muscle to jazz improvisation.

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Notes & Neurons: Music, Emotion and the Brain
Notes & Neurons: Music, Emotion and the Brain

From axons to a cappella, or why music gives us chills and thrills.

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Focus on Focus: Rapt
Focus on Focus: Rapt

Happiness, ADD, and why multitasking doesn’t work but denial might.

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More Than Form: Design for Disability
More Than Form: Design for Disability

What a microwavable monkey has to do with the MoMA and open social conversation.

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Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self
Emotional Cartography: Technologies of the Self

What hacking has to do with art, technology and being human.

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Subway Personality: The MBTI Map
Subway Personality: The MBTI Map

What your subway station has to do with your propensity for extroversion.

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TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 4
TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 4

Solid sand, the art of curation, why doing nothing matters, and how to get 700 of the world’s smartest people singing.

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The Human Face, Up Close and Personal
The Human Face, Up Close and Personal

What the CIA has to do narcissism, attractiveness and Autistic children.

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Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project
Ordering The Chaos: The Internet Mapping Project

Dissecting the interwebs, or what digital toddlers have to do with infinite loops.

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Heart of a City: BioMapping
Heart of a City: BioMapping

Why skin is the new heart and how your neighbors can change the way your feel about your street.

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