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So i recently binged on the first season of manhunt about the hunt for the unabomber. Its interesting as it delved into his psychology a bit, explaining how as a child he was different in that he couldnt communicate his feelings. Its interesting to ...
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Sep 1 Sep 1 00 comments
I am curious about miscreants who do awful things - serial killers, serial rapists - they blend in, they look like model citizens ... and it often takes years, even decades, before they are caught and incarcerated. I wonder, how can they do it - be ...
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SKH78 8 MN July 23 Jul 23 88 comments
"Shahzeen Attari explores the psychology of saving the planet" “We live in a world that must dramatically reduce its use of fossil fuels and water, but efforts to encourage people to change their behavior have proven notoriously difficult'' ...
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AnonySchmoose 8 HI June 20 Jun 20 00 comments
Ihave a slightly ot question but it might be pertinent to the group. I asked a question yesterday (albeit twice) asking for peoples thoughts on jealousy...really simple. And then these two people started by calling me jealous and rude though one was ...
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada June 20 Jun 20 66 comments
"Toward Rational, Authentic Food Choices | Melanie Joy" Youtube .................................................................................................................................... Intro: The TEDx video regards food ...
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AnonySchmoose 8 HI June 18 Jun 18 11 comment
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bellco 3 AZ June 1 Jun 1 22 comments
LSD and magic mushrooms could heal damaged brain cells in people suffering from depression, study shows [independent.co.uk]
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MST3K 8 OH June 1 Jun 1 11 comment
So...I'm scared. I am 40, and still live at home with my father (begin your pointing fingers/making fun now). I've actually gone to the point where I don't even bother doing groceries anymore, I just eat outside food everyday. I've basically lost the...
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada May 9 May 9 66 comments
what are your thoughts on this? binaural beat-> brainwave stimulation-> improves cognition->betters emotion-> displays of behaviour->outside response to behaviour->increased motivation
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Apr 22 Apr 22 00 comments
Who here is an actual trained psychologist?
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Apr 21 Apr 21 22 comments
Is it possible that human beings are creatures who are simply built, so to speak, in a way that judging themselves and each other is a natural and inevitable thing? Will we always be assessing the worth of value of ourselves -- our worth or lack of ...
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MST3K 8 OH Apr 16 Apr 16 77 comments
In the last several days, I've heard a man yelling loudly at someone else in an apartment down the hall, and I suspect that some sort of abuse may be happening. However, I haven't heard any sounds of physical violence so far, and although I've seen ...
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MST3K 8 OH Apr 5 Apr 5 66 comments
I need some help. I'm writing a paper on the effects of binaural beats on motivation (just for fun as my deg is in kinesiology). I am curious though if a relation can be drawn between cognition and motivation.
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Apr 4 Apr 4 11 comment
I need some help. I'm writing a paper on the effects of binaural beats on motivation (just for fun as my deg is in kinesiology). I am curious though if a relation can be drawn between cognition and motivation.
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Apr 4 Apr 4 33 comments
This is an interesting and somewhat refreshing story about personality change after a brain injury. If you listen, let me know what you thought. "The Day My Mother's Head Exploded" [20 min - audio] Youtube
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chrysjin 3 AZ Mar 21 Mar 21 22 comments
Thoughts to 'Heavens Gate' (the so called Cult)? I'm very interested in it.
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Pantalaimon 5 Korea Feb 18 Feb 18 44 comments
Researchers are resetting the part of the brain that can shift mood [sciencenews.org]
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MST3K 8 OH Feb 12 Feb 12 44 comments
Here’s the problem with Maslow’s hierarchy: None of these needs — starting with basic survival on up — are possible without social connection and collaboration…. Without collaboration, there is no survival. It was not possible to defeat a ...
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Matias 8 Germany Feb 12 Feb 12 55 comments
The humbling psychology of being a mere bit of data in the Matrix
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MoonTiger 7 OH Feb 8 Feb 8 88 comments
Does anyone know a person who might have Narcissistic Personality Disorder?
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SKH78 8 MN Feb 5 Feb 5 1414 comments
Question: Isn't it a fact, very fundamentally, that if we abandoned blaming or disapproving of one another's behavior when we do anything wrong, that that would take away much of the motivation for people to do what they should? Wouldn't that make...
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MST3K 8 OH Feb 5 Feb 5 66 comments
Are emotion and motivation related?
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VineetHonkan 7 Canada Jan 14 Jan 14 66 comments
I wonder if bullies have a brain disorder? I have known people who did terribly cruel things to others and they could not figure out why their victims did not "forgive and forget" ... why their victims refuse to have any contact with them. Do you ...
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SKH78 8 MN Jan 6 Jan 6 55 comments
Is there an abrupt cutoff point between good mental health and mental illness? Or is it a gradual thing? I think lots of people are not "mentally healthy" but just kind of neurotic.
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SKH78 8 MN Jan 3 Jan 3 44 comments
I feel that this video lends further support to the position that a utopian setting needs to revolve around self-actualization if it is to succeed. There is no greater satisfaction in life than the state of self-actualization being achieved and still...
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Secular_Squirrel 7 IN Jan 2 Jan 2 33 comments


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