All posts tagged psychology

Relationship MythBusters.

“If you love someone, let them go. If it’s meant to be, they’ll come back to you”, “opposites attract”, and “absence makes the heart grow fonder”. Everyone’s guilty of having […]

She-Ra! She’s progressive! She’s… kinda boring looking.

The current She-Ra redesign fiasco has opened several problematic discussions within the animation community. Even if you don’t give two hoots about comics and cartoons, understanding trends in consumer interaction […]

Should we fear advances in AI?

Whether it’s Skynet or HAL9000, we have a creeping worry about rogue AI, and for good reason. Science fiction has arguably paved the way for much scientific progress by imagining […]

Consciousness and Perception – Are We Aware? [2/2]

Consciousness is perhaps one of the most bizarre phenomena evolution has produced. Not only are billions of cells capable of banding together and walking about, but they are even capable […]

Consciousness and Perception – are you aware? [1/2]

Is the experience of consciousness a universal one? If so, how could we ever prove this? When does consciousness begin, or end? These questions remain mostly unanswerable by the greatest […]

Have Advancements in Technology and Science Actually Made Us Happier? – [2/2]

Research into the psychological effects of social media is, as one would expect, a new and developing field. EPJ Data Science is one journal dealing with this and publishing research […]

Good and Evil [2/2] – Why do good people do bad things?

Whilst the hard sciences may be a long way away from being able to tackle (let alone explain) such hefty concepts as good and evil, psychology has offered some insight […]

The big O

It’s hard to think about sex without thinking about star of the show- the orgasm. Cumming, busting a nut, seeing stars, le petite mort (or little death, as it is […]

The Psychology of Lateness

It’s Monday morning and the cyclical chaos of the working week dawns on us all. It’s time for the usual (whatever your routine may be). In the uni-goers case, it […]