Skip to navigationSkip to content
Close
The Cognition Crisis

The Cognition Crisis

Read more on Future Human

Contributions

  • A great piece by Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry and Physiology Adam Gazzaley. Here he limns what he calls our “cognition crisis “ our epidemic of depression, anxiety, stress, and ADHD. As he writes, “technology is a cause – and a solution.” We’re at an inflection point in our relationship with technology

    A great piece by Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry and Physiology Adam Gazzaley. Here he limns what he calls our “cognition crisis “ our epidemic of depression, anxiety, stress, and ADHD. As he writes, “technology is a cause – and a solution.” We’re at an inflection point in our relationship with technology – you can feel it in the air that people want change – and the insights in this piece can help accelerate the culture shift.

  • Fascinating to say the least. I definitely believe in technology addiction. We live by our phones. It is high time we figure out a decent way to live with the phone not on it.

  • Super insightful article!!

    It's worth taking long to read and rereading over and over.

    I was intrigued by the words"perception action cycle"in the context of piece.

    https://blog.mindresearch.org/blog/perception-action-cycle

    Unprecedented major problems are emerging in the information age. The flood

    Super insightful article!!

    It's worth taking long to read and rereading over and over.

    I was intrigued by the words"perception action cycle"in the context of piece.

    https://blog.mindresearch.org/blog/perception-action-cycle

    Unprecedented major problems are emerging in the information age. The flood of positive and negative information is flowing to our mind.

    Information filter is key role to not let us feel down.

  • Our poor brains. They're overloaded in this digital age.

  • I am living in a house that is totally analog! Not easy with people feel completely turned off by IT and AI.

  • People must conquer their fears. Perception of change scares the hell out of some. Good read. And spot on.