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Isabela Granic
Professor, Developmental Psych; Director, Games for Emotional & Mental Health (); prefer poetry over most things
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Sonia Livingstone Jun 19
“Many factors influence how high children may ‘climb’ the ladder of online participation, and there are different opinions about whether some online activities are more desirable than others ...”
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Isabela Granic 16h
I really don’t understand how this isn’t somehow a thing already. Everyone I know feels like they could use a few more friends, esp that groove with their post teen/20s quirky interests. I would sign up for this ”thing” soooo fast.
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Isabela Granic 18h
Replying to @briecode
I find the wildly different experiences on any platform fascinating. Academic/ science Twitter renewed my faith in so much I hold dear. They are an amazing lot here. Curation is important but also what PURPOSE u use it for. I get little personal engagement, v different from u...
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Isabela Granic Jun 19
Replying to @PlayNiceInst
*chrysalism
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Isabela Granic Jun 19
Currently feeling Chrsyalansis and Exulansis simultaneously.
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Isabela Granic Jun 19
“Travelling the world, interviewing children and teenagers, several key ideas become clear. First, school...”
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Isabela Granic Jun 19
Replying to @SaRoseCav
I keep wondering about the very shitty sex young people were having in my days and wondering if we (again) might be SUPER SIMPLIFYING by counting frequency (cough *screentime* cough) rather than tracking quality, satisfaction, type, etc
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Isabela Granic Jun 18
Replying to @TheAnnaGat
Do you subscribe to Cave’s newsletter. It is mind- and heart-blowing.
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
Replying to @TheAnnaGat
Kids. (In the best possible way, and beyond worth it, but they are a hard constraint).
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
"How do creative minds overcome valleys to get to the next higher peak?"
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
Come check out what we're up to in the Games for Emotional & Mental Health ( ) Lab. Publications, games, and blog here:
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
First concert.
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
Excellent article with literally 100s of “disruptive” ideas that could each make a talented team billions. I ALREADY want that scooter...
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Isabela Granic Jun 16
Replying to @bitpixi
I think a good portion of mental health is being in touch with the ebb and flow of our energy levels. Working or resting when our minds/bodies are preparing/needing either seems important. Recognizing these fluctuations and giving ourselves permission to listen to them is HUGE.
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @TheAnnaGat
Strong disagree on both. Literally the main two ways I express my creativity.
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @JeffSharlet
Beautiful. I feel so much of what you express: books as connection to lost loved ones, books as a conduit for my love of my own kids, books as a state of mind, the physicality of books and their tie to time, place, emotions... the joy of holding a stack of new books. Love this.
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @catacalypto
How is this not a thing? I would pay said photographer a reasonable sum for that option. You know like those guys that used to walk around tourist traps that took your pic and then asked you to pay if you want it?
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @catacalypto
Strong strong same.
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @catacalypto
I really get this! You’ve got very legit concerns. I have to admit I don’t love it when pics are posted of me, but for me it’s generally a vanity thing. I’m old enough to care about lighting and angle and why oh why do I look like I’m pushing out a baby every time I’m on stage?
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Isabela Granic Jun 15
Replying to @catacalypto
I’m feeling bad that I’ve done this at conferences INTENTIONALLY. for what I considered important visibility reasons: to give credit /celebrate POC, different ages (esp women), front and center, owning their content. I respect your PSA 100%. Do u think most people feel this way?
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