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Julian Wills
Works at University of Virginia
Attends New York University
Lived in Great Falls, VA
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Summary of my freshman year - haha except it looks like I chose happy but poor
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Career planning in 60 seconds
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Cool video :) - neuroscience/music is an awesome combination
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Pretty funny, but I feel bad for the poor cat :(
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Hitler Cat! (courtesy +Adam Pash) The people who've passed up this cat are idiots. You could be making a fortune on YouTube.
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Am I the only one who finds this concept of neuroprosthetics fascinating?
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Apparently Columbus started the 12/21/12 rumor! Funny how myths spread.
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The conclusions seem somewhat overinterpreted, but still an interesting discussion.
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interesting stuff man
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Pretty nifty. Could 130ms really be a gamechanger?
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  • University of Virginia
    Research Assistant, 2011 - present
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    Database Engineer Intern, 2010 - 2010
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    Information Technology Intern, 2009 - 2009
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    Information Technology Intern, 2008 - 2008
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    Information Technology Intern, 2007 - 2007
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Student. Aspiring Professor. Lover of Learning.
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Psychology student at University of Virginia. From Northern Virginia. Passions for learning, reading, music, and technology. 
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  • New York University
    Social Psychology, 2013 - present
  • University of Virginia
    Psychology, 2009 - 2013
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A offline and beautiful task manager syncing with google tasks. Think Gmail offline but for Google Tasks.

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The Ambitious Minimalist: Musings on Impact, Simplicity, and the Good Life. Patterns of Success for Students, Patterns of Success for the Wo

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Professorial Exodus. Living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which I did for many years after college, I learned to recognize a curious ritual.

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Don't Go Pre-Med: My Advice to a Yale Student Worried About Her Future. Patterns of Success for Students Study Hacks October 12th. 2011,

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Chrome: Watching YouTube videos almost always generates ideas for more videos to watch, but initiating a new search means closing the curren

» Physicists Confirm Existence of New Particle
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By Duncan Geere, Wired UK Physicists working at Fermilab's particle accelerator have confirmed the observation of an entirely new particle -

How fair sanctions are orchestrated in the brain
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Scientists reveal that two frontal regions of the brain need to interact with one another when people punish unfair partners at their own ex

Pick Up Broken Glass with a Piece of Bread
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You may think you've mastered carrying five things at once, but when the day comes you drop that glass bowl on the floor, Reddit user norweg

Psychologists discover oxytocin receptor gene's link to optimism, self-e...
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Life scientists have identified for the first time a particular gene's link to optimism, self-esteem and "mastery," the belief that one has

If you don't agree with me there is something wrong with you: An introdu...
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Two crucial minutes
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If you've got just two minutes to spare you could learn first aid to help someone having a seizure thanks to a video from Epilepsy Action.

Rainbows of mourning
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This is a video of people dancing with a recently deceased baby and it tells us something profound about the psychology of grief and mournin

Deric Bownds' MindBlog: Taming human conflicts in the real world
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Twitter Updates. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER. EMAIL DERIC. MINDBLOG PODCASTS: The I-Illusion. The Beast Within. MindStuff: a user's guide. Ista

Don't worry, be happy: Understanding mindfulness meditation
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In times of stress, we're often encouraged to pause for a moment and simply be in the 'now.' This kind of mindfulness, an essential part of

Here, there, everywhere: Reward and penalty processing is widespread in ...
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Our behavior is often guided by the desire to obtain positive outcomes and avoid negative consequences, and neuroscientists have put a great

Fighting prejudice through imitation: Asking white people to mirror the ...
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New research shows that you can reduce racial prejudice simply by having a person mimic the movements of a member of the race he or she is p

Bedphones Look Like Headphones That are Comfortable Enough to Sleep In
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I, like many others, have a problem wearing headphones while falling asleep, because they're either too big or too uncomfortable to lie on.

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