The Cambridge Analytica débâcle is hot on many of our minds. Paul and Jeremy discuss leaks of personal data and how it’s kind of pointless to #DeleteFacebook at this point. Plus, examination of how insanely fast our brains make gut-level aesthetic decisions. Apparently you know whether you like this show within 50ms.
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- The role of visual complexity and prototypicality regarding first impression of websites: Working towards understanding aesthetic judgments
- Sensory Overload Anxiety
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