Understanding habits allows us to reverse engineer our way out of social media’s behavioral traps. In other words, we can change the cues that activate our habits. [5¾ min read]
Research led by USC Dornsife psychologists also finds that people are more likely to condone using violence to defend their beliefs when they think others share their moral values.
The USC Iovine and Young Academy builds on convergent bioscience efforts with USC Dornsife’s Peter Kuhn to begin work on a new track for students aimed at helping patients participate in their own care.
Young people throughout history, it seems, have felt unfairly judged by critical and uncomprehending elders. Nowhere is that more the case than with the millennial generation.
Social media and other digital channels are providing platforms such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Snapchat, where nearly anyone can make his or her voice heard. The result is ample opportunity for each of us to reap the rewards — or consequences — of our online identities.
Psychology researchers find that issues related to purity can determine how close — or how far away — we want to be with someone in social and political circles.
What does your Twitter profile reveal about you? More than you know, according to Chris Weidemann. The GIST master’s student has developed an application that follows geospatial footprints.