inequalities in school have they decreased ?

You are browsing through it may be that these lines because you just read the ticket issued in The World, in the book “Science & Techno” from Saturday, 9 June 2012, and that you wanted to know a little more ? Then welcome ! The format of this “card blanche” requires the concision, and little […]

1916. Verdun, Somme, the offensive of Brusilov.

1916 is not just the average year of the First World War, is perhaps the year’s most prototypical. Many of the later events are the prelude of what was to come. We have two ways out of the stalemate of trench warfare, each one of which marked the subsequent wars. Is the invention of new […]

15 reasons to avoid the consumption of news

The past year 2012, I posted on this blog a review of a work called The information diet. In it, the author (Clay Johnson), we proposed to reduce the consumption of information in order to alleviate the (according to him) harmful effects of consumption of the same. A few days ago, thanks to the excellent […]

“Psychology of information” to “We are informívoros”

This blog has followed a trajectory peculiar. It began as an attempt to bring psychology to the professionals of the information, taking into account different levels of relevance (marketing, communication,…). I continue with an emphasis on critical thinking in the search and evaluation of information, while examining issues related to the way in which people […]

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