psychology

Business Inside – March  26, 2018

Anil Seth, professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, explains the link between perception and reality. Seth believes reality as we know it comes from activity of our brain. Following is a transcript of the

Australian aborigines stated it thus:
“A great dream is dreaming us.”

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The Wall Street Journal – April 6, 2018

Now many food manufacturers are going back to basics. Consumers of cereal – children and adults alike – care less about nutrition and more about fun flavors, range of colors, and sweet taste.

The market has spoken. It’s hard to beat,
Crunchy, munchy and excessively sweet.

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Associated Press – March 16, 2018

President Donald Trump consumed Thursday morning’s TV headlines with amusement. Reports of tumult in the administration were at a feverish pitch — even on his beloved Fox News — as the president reflected on the latest staff departures during an Oval Office conversation with Vice President Mike Pence and Chief of Staff John Kelly. With a laugh, Trump said: “Who’s next?” It’s the very question that has the whole White House on edge.

A novel twist to governmental affairs,
Make it a game of MUSICAL CHAIRS!

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‪AP – March 8, 2018

A new study finds that false information on the social media networks travels six times faster than the truth and reaches far more people. And  you can’t blame bots; it’s us.

‪”Truth” may be stranger than fiction.‬
‪But, it’s “LIES” that engender addiction‬.

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Reuters – March 3, 2018

Asked how NAFTA negotiators could be working in good faith to update the deal while Trump talked approvingly about trade wars, a well-placed Canadian source replied: “That’s a very good question. I don’t think there’s an answer yet.”

Something we’re leaning by the hour,

Beware those with “the power to sour.”

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