TED Talk on the cognitive and behavioral impacts of video games. – Jill Elswick Daphne Bavelier: Your brain on video games | Video on TED.com
The new issue of The Amplifier is out! Topics include online civility, apps and self-monitoring, technology as Skinner box, videogames to train and educate, and the psychology of Internet TROLLS. It’s a must-read for media psychologists. – Jill Elswick http://www.apa.org/divisions/div46/ampfallwinter2012.pdf
This infographic shows the best click-through times for facebook and twitter. (thanks to Tyson Nieter for the find!) – Jedediah Walls http://justindupre.com/wp-content/uploads/Best_Time_To_Post.jpg
What does it mean to be a member of the Society for Media Psychology & Technology? Quite a lot! President-elect (2014) Bernard Luskin explains. – Jill Elswick Join The Society for Media Psychology&Technology
Increase your research productivity: SKIM is a Mac-only application that lets you annotate and study research papers with ease. Skim | Home
The Division 46 Fellows Committee seeks nominations for members whose whose work has made a national or international impact on Media Psychology. The deadline for receiving completed applications is December 15, 2012. For more information, click below and/or contact committee chair V. Krishna Kumar, Ph.D., at email@example.com. – Jill Elswick APA Membership Types: Fellows
Here’s one for the parents. Family-friendly movies that might nevertheless scare the kids. Do you agree? – Jill Elswick Watch Out! Family Movies That Could Traumatize Your Kids | Common Sense Media
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D’oh! The power of television. Are your favorites on this list of the most psychologically influential shows? The 25 Most Powerful TV Shows of the Last 25 Years – Mental Floss
A tool for creating filter bubbles: Browser extension Social Filter promises to eliminate “annoyances” from the content of your Facebook news feed. – Jill Elswick Social Fixer: The app that Fixes Facebook annoyances!