Is Your Mind at Odds with the Online World?

Is Your Mind at Odds with the Online World?

Cyber-Slackers Have Something to Tweet About

By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Ph.D.
A little cyber-distraction makes workers happy

Can You Procrastinate Yourself to Death?

By Susan K Perry Ph.D.
Unfinished forever: David Foster Wallace's latest novel.

How to Override Impulse

By Steven Kotler
Learning to love long-term rewards


By Mack R. Hicks Ph.D.
Who's Obsessed With Technology--And Why?

Blinking, Beeping, Buzzing: The Race For Your Attention

By Brad Waters
Finding reprieve from the constant media connection.

How to treat ADD

By Donna Barstow
Mental health is a challenging field in Los Angeles.

Attention-Boosting Dos and Don’ts

By Joseph Cardillo Ph.D.
Tips to avoid distraction

Are You an Instant Communication Junkie?

By Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.
12 steps to reducing tech-based stress in a tech-filled world

The Power of Listening

By Mark Goulston M.D., F.A.P.A.
You can't be grateful and disappointed at same time.

7 Tips to help a Distracted Child

By Marilyn Wedge Ph.D.
These simple tips will help a child who is distracted.

The Price, and Myth, of Multi-tasking

By Darcy Sterling Ph.D.
Is multi-tasking really saving you time? Think again.

Performance Enhancement

By Lara Honos-Webb Ph.D.
Performance Enhancement: Increase Attention, Motivation and Confidence

Overloaded and Distracted in a Frenzied World

By Adi Jaffe Ph.D.
How much you remember is not the most important thing

I Am a Procrastinator: Stop Putting Stuff Off

By Piers Steel Ph.D.
Erin P and I will evaluate anti-procrastinatory techniques

5 Fallacies that Fuel Addiction to Technology

By Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.
How technology impacts our productivity, performance, and relationships.

Don’t Let Media Rule Your World

By Mark Bertin M.D.
Media is to Child Development What Dessert Is to Nutrition