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Compartmentalization (psychology) - Wikipedia CompartmentalizationForbidden - Psychology Today
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Do You Suffer From Decision Fatigue? - The New York Times Not In Real Time: How To Run An Asynchronous Meeting Healthy Self-Doubt – nerdygirl.
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What Makes Some People More Resilient Than Others - The New York Times
What I have Learned
Today, I have learned about the idea of concept creep. This is the phenomena when a special concept exists, but the core concept will be extended to fit different matters or to be more generally applicable.
24.10.2019 - link drop
Baby Talk: Decoding The Secret Language Of Babies Episode 30| Talking Infosec to Non-Infosec Folks - F-Secure Blog What happens when a city bans cars from its streets?
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Pardon the Interruptions Guys, We Have A Problem: How American Masculinity Creates Lonely Men The problem with metrics is a big problem for AI · fast.
What I have learned
Today, I have learned that emotion can not be detected reliable.
14.10.2019 - link drop
Psychology: Why boredom is bad… and good for you - BBC Future How a daily 10-minute exercise could boost your happiness - BBC Future What Happens to Your Body on No Sleep | Outside Online Vom Umgang mit Sicherheitslücken | c’t Magazin python - What is the difference between shallow copy, deepcopy and normal assignment operation?
What I Have Learned
Today, I have learned that when you enforce tidiness upon people, their will not be more effective or the opposite they become ineffective.