Monthly Archives March 2014

Facebook as the new Voyeurism

We love talking about ourselves. In fact, according to Time Magazine, researchers from Harvard University Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Lab discovered that talking about ourselves triggers the same points of our brains as eating or sex. Think about the last time you were at a party and someone said something that caused you to think about your own experience or take it one step further and ask yourself: did it trigger emotions which caused you to want to react. Chances are you patiently (or not so patiently) waited for them to finish talking so you could then share your
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