I remember when I used to work at an office job and had to sit at a desk for nine hours a day and do paperwork, handle phone calls, manage schedules, etc. And while it may seem like an interesting gig, I realized that more often than not, my mind would start to wander (especially… Continue reading Does your mind wander?
It’s no secret that college students consume caffeine in various forms order to get them through early classes, late studying sessions, last minute papers, and other situations where it may appear that your grade is dependent on how many hours you can stay awake and attentive in a cram session the night before an exam.… Continue reading Nicotine and its effects on cognition
Hello, readers! My name is Christina and I am a business administration major at Whittier College. I am in my senior year and for my last semester, I have decided to take a paired course that includes cognitive psychology and computer science. Creating a blog dedicated to cognitive psychology is required for the course, so… Continue reading Welcome!