Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: More Books!
Portugal has lifted today the emergency state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and some people have returned to a "new-normal" everyday life. There are, however, still a lot of people at home and because we care for them and because we still have a ton of neuroscience-related suggestions, we will continue to provide you with things to do and get your mind off this pandemic. This is the 11th post of the Surviving the Quarantine with the Proaction Lab series. Today we have two books but one of them is very special.
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: Psychological Animes
We were not kidding when we were talking about bringing you entertainment of different kinds! Since we started this “Surviving quarantine” section, we suggested movies, tv-shows, cooking recipes, books, podcasts, among others, about neuroscience and psychology. Today we are recommending two Japanese animes! These suggestions are psychological suspense series that will not leave you indifferent.
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: More Podcasts!
If we were in South Korea, this post would be useless because you would probably know what I would talk about. According to the Reuters Institute’s latest Digital News Report, 53% of the South Koreans are active podcast consumers. That's it: today we have two neuroscience podcast suggestions for you to fill the void when
going to school, going for a walk or simply staying inside
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: TV shows II
Here it goes, another section of suggestions to survive the quarantine! We are posting two to three times a week, and we have entertainment for different tastes. Today we are recommending more TV shows. Read the rest to find out our recommendations.
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: Psychological thrillers
Are you a fan of Martin Scorcese? Leonardo Di Caprio? Robert De Niro or Bradley Cooper? Because today we're going to suggest two different films that focus portray mental illnesses. Who doesn't like a good story on how people can become? Our brains are still the best computers out there but they are far from perfect.