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Design: The Psychology of Building Addictive Products
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Depression, Science and Psychology
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How Chunking Helps Content Processing
"Break your text and multimedia content into smaller chunks to make it easier for users to understand and remember information. Summary: Chunking is a concept that originates from the field of cognitive psychology. UX pro...

The fast-track psychology career that no one told you about || UX Collective
Although I still can’t read your mind, I can tell you what I am doing with my degree in psychology. I’m a User Experience (UX)/User Interface (UI) Designer and I can say that after researching how…

Emmanuel Macron is trying to change France’s psychology - Charlemagne: Exorcising Marx in France
STRANGE rituals have been taking place behind closed doors in Paris this summer. While much of Europe basked on the beach, elaborate rites and unfamiliar incantations could be overheard in the French capital. Paranormal ac...

Hooked: how slot-machines are designed to be addictive
Poker machines use a range of design features that leverage psychology to keep people playing. The Guardian, 2017: “Here, we break them down so you can see exactly how they work, and how it affects people

How a handful of tech companies control billions of minds every day | Tristan Harris - TED
TED Published on Jul 28, 2017 A handful of people working at a handful of tech companies steer the thoughts of billions of people every day, says design thinker Tristan Harris. From Facebook notifications to Snapstreak...

Needfinding: Design Research and Planning by Dev Patnaik
For over fifty years, Needfinding has been one of the core classes in the design program at Stanford University. Its premise is that by studying the world around us, we can get a better understanding of what people need,...

Nir Eyal: The Psychology of Building Addictive Products
Can’t stop using Facebook, Pinterest, and Snapchat? Here is why: Nir Eyal, an investor and entrepreneur with two sold companies under his belt, has spend 3 years of his life crystallizing an answer, and published it as “Ho...

Psychology's Replication Crisis Is Real, Many Labs 2 Says - The Atlantic
Another big project has found that only half of studies can be repeated. And this time, the usual explanations fall flat.

Why Is Jordan Peterson So Popular? - The Atlantic
The Canadian psychology professor’s stardom is evidence that leftism is on the decline—and deeply vulnerable.

How to exercise when it’s the last thing you want to do | TED
Wise ideas from psychology, behavioral economics, business -- and even activism -- to get you moving.

a16z Podcast: Innovating in Bets – Andreessen Horowitz
Every organization, whether small or big, early or late stage — and every individual, whether for themselves or others — makes countless decisions every day, under conditions of uncertainty. The question is, are we allowin...