The Trivial Significance of Cognition’s Most Fundamental Faculty: Memory

I recently began to get interested in memory, and more specifically, how it defines us. The following is a short narrated video clip I created to expound on this interest, with a longer bit of writing just below it that goes into further detail. “Most people consider forgetting stuff to be a normal part of living. However, I see it as a huge problem; in a way, there’s nothing I fear...
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On the Effects and Instillment of a Growth Mindset

When it comes to the outcomes of people’s lives, our world is one of extreme variance. But what determines that variance? This is a piece on the power of growth mindset (a la Carol Dweck) and self-efficacy, that I wrote for Albert Bandura during his last class at Stanford.
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