Managing uncertainty is a critical component of resilience
In a recent RAC survey, 26% of UK 1,700 motorists reported using a handheld mobile phone while driving, despite it being illegal. In response, road safety charity Brake, argued that society’s phone “addiction” can have very serious consequences. A quick online search throws up many articles suggesting that people are “glued” to their smartphones and…
Flexible work should not be a perk or a privilege. Implemented correctly, it benefits both company and employee
Australian research is helping to make sense of online trolls and their motivation for harming strangers
Swapping traditional psychometric tests for game-based assessments has the potential to provide more accurate measures of cognitive ability – and increase the fun factor.
Helping teens manage online technology safely and wisely is often a tough task for parents and carers. But it can be navigated
How parents and teens are learning to navigate the risks of life online
Fast-changing technology and the ways to manage its impact are of great concern for parents. But helping your children develop their skills is a more constructive approach than strict rules and outright bans, says Jocelyn Brewer Assoc MAPS.
Research suggests apps simply free our minds to focus on other things - rather than making our memories lazier
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran recently announced he had quit Twitter because he was sick of internet trolls. While this high-profile example shows the effects of antisocial online behaviour, it hides an alarming statistic. In one online poll over a quarter of Americans admitted to having engaged in trolling at some point. Now new research into the…