Recently, the Pokemon Go phenomenon has reigniting the question of technology’s role in changing behavior.
To put things in perspective, I wanted to share the main points of an article I published on the topic titled, Who’s Really Addicting Us to Technology?, in a slide presentation below. It’ll give you a quick rundown of the “suspects” responsible for our technology addiction.
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