in

TikTok brain explained: Why some kids seem hooked on social video feeds (www.livemint.com)

The dopamine rush of endless short videos makes it hard for young viewers to switch their focus to slower-moving activities. ‘We’ve made kids live in a candy store.’

What do you think?

15 Points
Upvote Downvote
Subscribe
Notify of
guest

6 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
xyz
xyz
7 months ago

Parents, hello?

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
7 months ago

Most of Western consumer society is a candy store, especially for people with issues like ADHD. There’s temptation and distraction at every turn.

xyz
xyz
7 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

There are no excuses, get real! Dont have kids if u cant be a parent, simple, logic and true! Oh and btw, ADHD is an invention or better to say the result of bad/non education.

Bro momemt
Bro momemt
7 months ago
Reply to  xyz

Provide any sources to back this claim up lmao

mountrose
mountrose
7 months ago

This is nothing but psycho-engineering and hardcore reprogramming of the brain and behavior… 🙁 While at the same time gathering insane amounts of data to figure us even better, to be able to control us even better…

Last edited 7 months ago by mountrose
trlly
trlly
7 months ago
Reply to  mountrose

I think they(AI) already know enough about humans by now. And they are just manipulating it slowly and with malice. imho

Last edited 7 months ago by trlly