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Robots and psychology: Mapping the uncanny valley | The Economist

Mapping the uncanny valley

No, You Can’t Feel Sorry for Everyone The idea of empathy for all ignores the limits of human psychology.

No, You Can't Feel Sorry For Everyone: The world seems to be getting more empathetic. Americans donate to charity at record rates. People feel the pain of suffering in geographically&

Is One of the Most Popular Psychology Experiments Worthless? | A trolley is careening toward an unsuspecting group of workers. You have the power to derail the trolley onto a track with just one worker. Do you do it? It might not matter.

One of the Most Common Experiments in Psychology Might Be Horribly Flawed

A trolley is careening toward an unsuspecting group of workers. You have the power to derail the trolley onto a track with just one worker. Do you do it? It might not matter.

The very act of making decisions depletes our ability to make them well. So how do we navigate a world of endless choice?

Do You Suffer From Decision Fatigue?

Do you suffer from decision fatique? The very act of making decisions depletes our ability to make them well. So how do we navigate a world of endless choice?

La Bourse de Paris a mal fini la semaine après l’entrée des camions russes en Ukraine

La Bourse de Paris a mal fini la semaine après l’entrée des camions russes en Ukraine

"Is the Environment a Moral Cause?" (article) (via NY Times) (27 February 2015) According to new research ... "pro-environmental messages specifically targeting conservative values could close the moral gap and persuade conservatives to join the environmental cause."

Is the Environment a Moral Cause?

The morality of environmental politics. Why left and right respond differently to climate change.

Le prix des réparations d'une voiture varie fortement selon les régions

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Reputation and cooperation: How to Prevent Summer Blackouts - NYTimes.com

How to Prevent Summer Blackouts

We can install a tiny device, and have a little concern for what our neighbors think of us.

It Pays to Be Nice  … even when other people are screwing you over.  http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/06/it-pays-to-be-nice/396512/

It Pays to Be Nice

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