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Your Guide To A Digital Detox

“Digital detox” and “digital diet” are two catchphrases I’ve seen used a lot lately in the wellness sphere. I get it: 2017 is still shiny and new and for many there are new year’s resolutions to be attained. 974 more words

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Classical Conditioning Ruined Deafheaven For Me

On why you should never set your favourite song as your ringtone

 You all know what classical conditioning is, right? Learning by association, ring a bell when you feed a dog, dog learns to salivate at the sound of the bell. 1,115 more words


Musing on Intelligence-- Part 7: Learning and Memory

This is Part 7 of a multi-part series where I explore various topics on intelligence bringing together ideas from biology, brain studies, psychology, computer science and engineering. 2,291 more words


Equine Cognition and a Breakdown of Applied Learning Theories

Now that we looked at equestrian sports from the horse’s perspective and also dug into origins and explanations of traditional training; let us once again jump to some studies to find out… 2,937 more words

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Distractions in the 21st century

Disclaimer: These are my views on how distractions can have a lasting effect on the minds of kids. Any resemblance to practices followed in anyone’s household is purely coincidental. 902 more words


Neal E Miller

Neal E Miller was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1909 to the Chair of the Department of Education and Psychology at Western Washington University, Irving Miller. 146 more words


Ivan Pavlov

Ivan Pavlov is known for his experiments in classical conditioning and his dogs.

Pavlov was born in Ryazan in the Russian Empire to a village priest, Peter Demitrievich Pavlov and homemaker Uspenskaya. 316 more words