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Neuroscientist Jaan Aru: smart devices don’t make you better in your work

No one regrets in the last hour of their life “sorry that I didn’t respond faster to an e-mail”. But for some reason, people think that constantly checking e-mails on a smart device and answering them right away is something … Continue reading

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Less Is More: The Modern Working Environment Paralyses The Brain

Neuroscientist Jaan Aru explains how to get the most out of your brain. The lesson here is: forget multitasking! Continue reading

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Solving the Problem of Consciousness

You are a very complicated machine, yet you don’t feel like that – it feels like something to be you. Neuroscientist Jaan Aru looks into how the neural machinery of the brain produces conscious experience. Continue reading

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