Contingent Communication

Our brain is like our skin an interface from the inner world to the outer world. If Dr. Dan Siegels, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, assumption is correct, and it sure sounds fair enough, it’s looking for feedback all the time. The brains is sending out signals and is desperate to receive feedback. The faster it gets this feedback, aka answers or praise, it’s either producing signals to make us happy or signals to make us become more engaged, to try harder and to retry. If we follow this theory we now have a model, which explains why we are so fast adapting to digital commuications of all kind. And it would explain why we enjoy video games.

Watch this very interesting video to understand this fascinating concept.

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