Posts Tagged ‘psychological reactions to messaging’

What’s To “Like” About Facebook’s Experiment?

Posted by Melanie CourtrightTuesday, July 1, 2014, 22:32 pm 5 Comments
Facebook announced this week that they conducted a blind experiment on emotional triggers among its members in 2012, testing psychological reactions to messaging on nearly 700K of its members. What do we like about the experiment, what do we think is problematic, and what does it mean for us?
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