Modern life affects human identity

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An Oxford University neuroscientist has written an article in The Daily Mail expressing her concerns for human identity in the 21st Century.

 

According to Susan Greenfield’s research mobile phones, video games and mood-altering drugs, which create sensory barriers between the human psyche and real life, are already seriously affecting the way our brains function.

 

Greenfield believes the apparent crisis of identity caused by modern living could affect the way that humans interact, behave and what we achieve.

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