Is social media changing our brain?

It might seem rather obvious to state that technology and the internet have changed our lives on a fundamental level. But just how fundamental are we talking? This is a rather challenging topic that neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster Baroness Susan Greenfield addresses in a recent book entitled “Is Social Media Changing our Brain?” I attended a lecture she gave on the emoti ...Read the full article

5 Crazy Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Brain Right Now

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I Forgot My Phone

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Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO)

Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) is an almost inevitable danger in the modern world, where we’re surrounded by suggestions of how life might be perfect. But there are better and worse ways of dealing with FOMO. Here is a short guide. Please help us to make films by pressing subscribe Brought to you by Produced in collaboration with David Horsburgh