Searching for Information Online Is Personal

It is easy to think that online search consists of entering keywords on Bing or Google web pages followed by hitting the "search" button. In reality, there is a lot of search that takes place in the mind of the searcher. Part of the information behaviour, better called human information behaviour (HIB), searching plays at... Continue Reading →

Working Memory, Success and Education

In a recent article published in New York Times ("Sorry, Strivers: Talent Matters") David Hambrick and Elizabeth Meinz discuss a research study directed by David Lubinski and Camilla Benbow from Vanderbilt University which demonstrates that people who have higher level of working memory capacity have a distinct competitive advantage in their careers. The correlation between significant successful career... Continue Reading →

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