If there’s one conclusion we can draw off work from behavioural scientist. It’s that we cannot trust our brains when it comes to processing abstract information such as statistics.
Nowadays, much is to do about privacy on social media. Often children, adolescents and young adults (so-called ‘digital natives’) are described as ‘young and reckless’ with regard to the diffusion of their personal data on Facebook and other social networking sites. But is that rightly so? In order to get insights in the way online privacy is … Continue reading STUDY: Older Adults Are Privacy Concerned, Yet Don’t Act Accordingly