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My Highly Unexpected Heterosexual Pandemic Zoom Wedding March 21, 2021 psychology Laurie Penny The singled-out quotations are mine. We were in the middle of promising to grow old together when the sound cut out. The officiant’s Useful Delusions by Shankar Vedantam and Bill Mesler (review) March 3, 2021 psychology This is inspired by a book review in the WSJ 2021-03-03 by Matthew Hutson. I found it through my public library Should models look at the camera? February 23, 2021 photography & psychology An article appeared in the 2021-02-23 edition of our WSJ with the title, Should Models in Ads Look Directly at The Camera? Research Has an Answer: A Rescripting Facts February 9, 2021 politics & psychology This article finally gave me a word to describe why it’s so hard, at least for me, to argue about politics with smart people who I disagree with: The neurology of self-awareness | Hacker News September 28, 2016 psychology & self & identity & neurology Source From Hacker News, so it’s a mess. A very interesting and thought-provoking essay. This part in particular stuck out: Otherwise monkeys would THE NEUROLOGY OF SELF-AWARENESS | September 28, 2016 psychology & self & identity & neurology Source What is the self? How does the activity of neurons give rise to the sense of being a conscious human being? Even this most ancient of