Stress makes us sick only if we believe it makes us sick. This is the interesting theory of Kelly McGonigal, a psychologist from Stanford University
Recycling and reusing plastic has always been fundamental, but this only covers a tiny part of the plastic we produce.
Every single person knows what they do. Some know how they do it. But very, very few people or organizations know why they do what they do.
Daniel Kahneman's research, an Israeli psychologist, is focused on how our errors of judgment depend on preconceptions or wrong perceptions.
The mindset is the focus of the studies carried out by Carol Dweck, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University.
The neuroscientist Giorgio Vallortigara talks about how the human race has a majority that prefers to use their right hand, whereas a small minority of people are left-handed.
The technologist Kriti Sharma raises a very serious issue: are we risking transmitting our biases to Artificial Intelligence?
“Without imagination we wouldn’t be alive: the task of an artist is to stimulate peoples’ imagination”. Theo Jansen inaugurated the “Dream Beasts” exhibition in Milan with this sentence which [...]
Stefano Laffi says that we – adults, parents and teachers – do not see children and young people. We “overwrite” them according to our strict and pre-established standards.
The year 2019 is the year in which one of the most famous science fiction films ever made, Blade Runner, filmed in 1982 by Ridley Scott, is actually happening.