Article 1: Social Media Addiction
The article titled, Social Media addiction: Engage Brain Before Believing, talks about a psychological diagnosis that often places people that rely excessively on the internet to be an addiction. The article shows that people are aware of this, and as a result, they judge data according to the publishing and put themselves in the position. The article further shows that with the advancement of technology, there are new media influences and addiction that goes to show that this is an endless process. Overall, the article shows that the opportunity and the freedom to find addiction in social media are optional and that in most cases, the headlines are questionable. This article answers three questions concerning Social media addiction. First is that studies that talk of addiction are different and may tend to make sense to one person than the other. Secondly, on the part of reporting of the cause of many addictions especially social media are related orb the ideology behind it the same. Lastly, the article shows that writers at times have no factual evidence of that is right and wrong and as a result, labeling should be discouraged at all times.
Article 2: Deja Vu
This article talks of the French word,Déjà vu, which when literally translated states “already seen”. It is all about the ability of an individual to have this feeling that something that is happening happened before as an experience in the past. The title of the article is Strangely Familiar, which starts keenly with an elaboration of the concept and an example in the choir. The article, therefore, goes deeper to look at some of the symptoms that may be mistaken to one experiencing déjà vu. Insufficient sleep, hallucinations, insufficient attention and delayed vision, as well as, that show that the brain is stimulated creating the realization that something like this may have helped a lot. Overall, this article has addressed emotions, in this case, the ability of the mind to be involved in the creation of a memory similar to one that is happening at the same time. The article does not necessarily conclude in support to one particular side. Instead, it reduces the weight in complicating the matter and shows the amount of loss that comes with over thinking about it.