- Eye Opening
- Well Structured
People are increasingly giving screens the hours they previously devoted to conversing, playing with the dog or gazing at the stars. Yet being present in your life is sacred, explains Adam Alter, a professor of psychology and business at New York University. Sacrificing much of your personal time to screens damages your humanity, he warns. But Alter allows that some screen activities are enriching, and getAbstract believes this TED Talk is a worthy example.
About the Speaker
Psychologist Adam Alter is the author of Drunk Tank Pink.
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3 years agovery interesting read!