@PlayNiceInst @GEMH_Lab Yes, makes total sense! Getting over that threshold, though, seems hard to achieve.
Absolutely love this! I truly believe TTRPGs are a great platform to explore mental and emotional issues in a safe… https://t.co/wGjxM3pbhC
Today, 2 years ago, I started my PhD!
Good to see important advances in #socialmedia #research reach a wider audience @byronreeves! At @GEMH_Lab we work… https://t.co/g7K27iWKGf
Summer Work Retreat @GEMH_Lab More work, sun, coffee, wine and fun crammed into a week than thought possible. *not… https://t.co/gUT9TTYcZj
The final day of the @GEMH_Lab writing retreat.. let's do this!
@Gryphire @GEMH_Lab Nobody: Nastasia: I will explain memes. ;)
@followerikvdb @Gryphire @GEMH_Lab I'm 100% sure that it differs in age group and even within friend groups what ty… https://t.co/EaAbVs5QvG
@PlayNiceInst @GEMH_Lab Yep! And new memes emerge every day, not to mention that we often create ‘socially localize… https://t.co/F6yot7qxY0
A meme is, simply put, an "idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture—often with the aim of conveying a particular phenomenon, theme, or meaning represented by the meme" (Wikipedia). Originally coined by famous biologist Richard Dawkins, memes are seen as the driving force behind culture, as vital to the development of culture as genes are vital to evolution. But are they really?