studying glamour psychology
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#1 Feb 5, 2013
Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Network" (1976) reflect a real human interest in characterizing society's use of media technology.
This is an important development in the Information Age where fantastic identity imaginarium avatars such as Mega Man and Video Man not only make great video game characters but also serve as timeless "neon tech" industrialization symbols.
I attended Dartmouth College (1996-2000) where I studied Cognitive Science and took part in the meaningful Dartmouth-UCSD exchange program where I studied theoretical computational applications of unpredictability events to brain psychology.
At Dartmouth and UCSD, I took relevant perception expectation courses with civilization inquisitive brain science professors such as Jamshed Bharucha and Craig McKenzie.
I believe such a society-themed psychology education has informed by current social interest in the global consciousness aspects of 'neon brainiac' Planet Hollywood.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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