Mattias Desmet on Our Grave Situation (1:09:47) ~ Peak Prosperity by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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A++

Mattias Desmet on Our Grave Situation (1:09:47) ~ Peak Prosperity by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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See also:

Why Do So Many Still Buy Into The Narrative? (1:14:34) ~ Dan Astin-Gregory

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I’m a therapist to the super-rich: they are as miserable as Succession makes out by jet199 in Psychology

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Then they can give me their money.

Evolutionary Psychology of Incels | with William Costello. Fantastic video on a subject that is only discussed with contempt if it manages to bubble to the surface. by Chipit in Psychology

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Maybe you could name one insightful thing said in this video to show its value.

Evolutionary Psychology of Incels | with William Costello. Fantastic video on a subject that is only discussed with contempt if it manages to bubble to the surface. by Chipit in Psychology

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Benjamin Boyce is a pretty cool cat who has interesting people on his show. Plus evo-psych is shit upon all the time because it leads us to conclusions about reality that are unacceptable to the hard left. More's the pity.

Evolutionary Psychology of Incels | with William Costello. Fantastic video on a subject that is only discussed with contempt if it manages to bubble to the surface. by Chipit in Psychology

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Presumably 83 minutes of utter crap by modern scum, but I won't waste my time to verify this.

Why the Days Seem Shorter as We Get Older by Drewski in Psychology

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Because the matrix got an update that makes them shorter

'Climate grief': The growing emotional toll of climate change by Nechama in Psychology

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I have to admit I find this very funny. I'm almost giggling as I write.

OK, so I've met a few sad people who believe in climate apocalypse, and the end of the world. But if they didn't believe this apocalypse story wouldn't they find some other BS to believe in?

Actual impostors don't get impostor syndrome by Drewski in Psychology

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That's only the ones who know they're imposters. Honest diversity hires do sometimes realize their situation.

Actual impostors don't get impostor syndrome by Drewski in Psychology

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I had that at IBM early in my career. I got over it when the paychecks got huge.

Social Threat Indirectly Increases Moral Condemnation via Thwarting Fundamental Social Needs by jet199 in Psychology

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The more isolated people become the less tolerant they are becoming.

This reminds me of incels who judge everyone else so harshly yet their whole identity is built around getting laid or not.

What if people don’t just invent medical symptoms to get attention—what if they feign oppression, too? by jet199 in Psychology

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I don't see how people can pretend to be black, can't you see with your eyes?

I don't think many invent medical symptoms tho, just the insurance companies tell doctors that cuz they don't want to have to pay for people's treatments. I'm sure it happens sometimes just is very rare. It makes sense many pretend to be black as that gets you affirmative action jobs.

Correlates of “Coddling”: Cognitive distortions predict safetyism-inspired beliefs, belief that words can harm, and trigger warning endorsement in college students by jet199 in Psychology

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I think the issue is that when people have this distorted thinking they thing it's a good thing and have no shame about it.

Correlates of “Coddling”: Cognitive distortions predict safetyism-inspired beliefs, belief that words can harm, and trigger warning endorsement in college students by jet199 in Psychology

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Wait, people's self reporting of cognitive impairments correlated with woke social habits of considering relatively innocuous phrases as harmful?

So people trained to describe themselves as disfunctional as a means of gaining social value copy other traits of their subculture?

They shouldn't have used self reporting because of that obvious factor.

Today on the Matt Walsh Show, a prominent psychologist suggests that white people should kill themselves while another worries that white people are haunted by the “ghosts of whiteness.” It’s just more radical leftism from mental health professionals. The entire industry is rife with it. by Chipit in Psychology

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I have never experienced any discomfort being white. I like being white. White people are better looking and smarter than other colors. White women are prized above all others; even the fat ones you see with black guys.

Why incompetent people think they're amazing [The Dunning-Kruger Effect] - David Dunning (5:07) ~ TED-Ed by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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I think, i underestimated you. As always.

Why incompetent people think they're amazing [The Dunning-Kruger Effect] - David Dunning (5:07) ~ TED-Ed by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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But since most of saidit never left highschool with a diploma,

That's not the insult you think it is.

I left home early, twice, and left high-school early and did an extra summer night-school English class in order to get enough credits to graduate. I didn't bother picking that credit up or my high-school diploma because I was in college (under the legal age limit). Then I went to university and another college and then the first college again and then the Academy Of Design. I didn't finish any of them except the Academy diploma, after which I went to the top 5 best animation studios in Toronto, then a few of the top 5 best animation studios in NYC, and so on, making 6 figures. Then I quit being a sellout in 2004.

I read this book commuting to the Academy.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Difference_Engine

I hated high-school math for how it was presented. I wouldn't have read books like that or bothered to write expressions for advanced computer animations if I didn't appreciate math.

I think you underestimate the SaidIt community.

Why incompetent people think they're amazing [The Dunning-Kruger Effect] - David Dunning (5:07) ~ TED-Ed by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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It also explains why actually competent people are so insecure. Because there is a fkn curve.

A curve is a graphical representation of a function <- This is why I don't even need to watch the video.

But since most of saidit never left highschool with a diploma, i'm waaaay to lazy to explain concepts needed to understand continuity and such alike.

How do you recognize a mathematician on a motorcycle ?

He wears an integral-helmet.

And my engine could possibly be a stirling-motor.

Why incompetent people think they're amazing [The Dunning-Kruger Effect] - David Dunning (5:07) ~ TED-Ed by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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This cartoon is dedicated to /u/socks.

Addiction to Victimhood? (22:08) ~ Men Are Good! by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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Yeah. My slang for politoxicomania or the use / abuse of more than one drug at the same time.

Addiction to Victimhood? (22:08) ~ Men Are Good! by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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"chain-casts" ?

Addiction : another word for unwanted/bad habit/compulsion.

Addiction to Victimhood? (22:08) ~ Men Are Good! by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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Explain the word "addiction". Aside from the medical definition. I really don't want to mud your waters but as far as i know the word addiction is man-made.

My thesis on this is: Man made hell for another man.

As are all "drugs". You got a real opportunity here to go deeper into this topic with another sorcerer which chain-casts as least as well as you do.

Even if the "rest" of saidit never reads it.

Countries with no clinical mental health support have better mental health outcomes by jet199 in Psychology

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Correct. The field of psychology ran off the rails into complete absurdity over a century ago. Going to a psychologist or a psychiatrist is nearly guaranteed to make your life miserable from that point forward.

Guilt vs. Shame - The difference between success and stagnation by Drewski in Psychology

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A very Short Introduction to Gender Dysphoria. It can be difficult to find clear information about gender dysphoria online, so we compiled answers to some questions you may have. This text should serve as an introduction for readers who hope to engage with the literature discussing gender. by Chipit in Psychology

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Once I was in the subway and as the train came, I had a thought of throwing myself on the rails to get smashed by it.

A very Short Introduction to Gender Dysphoria. It can be difficult to find clear information about gender dysphoria online, so we compiled answers to some questions you may have. This text should serve as an introduction for readers who hope to engage with the literature discussing gender. by Chipit in Psychology

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I'm not sure it's ever a good idea to use hormones at all for this. In our exile to reddit I ran across r/detrans. Generally it's mentally ill and autistic people that regret messing with their bodies cause it didn't fix anything, they were just drawn to all the attention they received as trans individuals.

'Climate grief': The growing emotional toll of climate change by Nechama in Psychology

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It is crazy how completely the world has decided to do nothing to help move from fossil fuels as an energy source.

Between that an running the country out of loo paper during lockdown does show that on a very fundamental level humans remain deeply stupid.

Neurobiological Correlates of Social Conformity andIndependence During Mental Rotation by CompleteDoubterII in Psychology

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First posted this on Notabug. Hat tip StormCloudsGathering for pointing out this study to me.

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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my dog is a male german shepherd, and he has been communicating with me about how he wants to go transgender.

he wants to be a female german shepherd?

no, he wants to live as a female teacup poodle, and if he cant be who he knows that he is, then he just might cut his own heart from his chest with a butcher knife.

woof. woof.

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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Shouldn't the fear of looking weird hold them back?

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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Do you think it would have an impact?

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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It would be interesting to see it repeated around the world.

I actually think in collectivist cultures people might shock themselves more because being on their own would be more of a stress.

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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What, you want one?

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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About 65% of guy's shocked themselves during the waiting period experiment for the extra credit.

About ~25% of women shocked themselves during the waiting period experiment for the extra credit.

Everyone participating knows there's a trivial risk, and there's an incentive regardless of outcome.

This could be:
* a risk aversion experiment
* a verification of predicted outcome experiment
* a boredom vs action experiment
* an engineering aptitude (idiot) experiment, because engineers get shocked twice to confirm the shocks are delivered each time the button is pressed
* etc.
* etc.

Either way, the experiment's population was psych students probably 18-22 years of age.
Guys at this age are only slightly more reliable than prepubescent teenagers.
Half of them would shock their own dingus.

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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I didn't allow all the elements on that page. Does it give details on how strong the 'shock' was? We're probably not talking taser level, but how close?

The Pain of Doing Nothing by jet199 in Psychology

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The Moral Hypocrisy of Celebrities – The Case of Seth Rogen by jet199 in Psychology

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https://twitter.com/GadSaad/status/1357812767080775685?s=19

I don't know how any women gets called a Karen when there are male academics still on this earth.

The Moral Hypocrisy of Celebrities – The Case of Seth Rogen by jet199 in Psychology

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Why Americans Are the Weirdest People in the World (PDF link to study halfway down) by Node in Psychology

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As the three continued their work, they noticed something else that was remarkable: again and again one group of people appeared to be particularly unusual when compared to other populations—with perceptions, behaviors, and motivations that were almost always sliding down one end of the human bell curve.

In the end they titled their paper “The Weirdest People in the World?” (pdf) By “weird” they meant both unusual and Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic. It is not just our Western habits and cultural preferences that are different from the rest of the world, it appears. The very way we think about ourselves and others—and even the way we perceive reality—makes us distinct from other humans on the planet, not to mention from the vast majority of our ancestors. Among Westerners, the data showed that Americans were often the most unusual, leading the researchers to conclude that “American participants are exceptional even within the unusual population of Westerners—outliers among outliers.”

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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no worries. I think the ability to keep repeating boring AF things really helps with early learning. My boy can count to 100 and beyond, is figuring out words and spelling, knows his alphabet and a bunch of countries, animals, foods, shapes etc etc all due to those apps. They are great! Not sure what he's going to do when he reaches school age.

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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well thats actually nice to hear. thanks for sharing :)

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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I loaded on up with educational apps, and one dumb (easy) addictive game.

They gave up on the addictive game, but occasionally still play the educational stuff. 22 learn, baby words, abby monkey, etc etc

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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I cannot even fathom this being true. If it is, then you/your kids are the severe minority. I cannot base anything off that vague comment. What apps did they use, how long ,etc. I mean, 5 years old? Seriously?....

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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Newsflash: cute preteen girl turns into manipulative bratty teen. Parents too lazy to have discipline. More at 11.

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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Everyone thinks their little angel is a genius.

Everyone is horrified when their bright, inquisitive and kind kid turns into a dull, morose teen obsessed by social trends.

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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I have Children. Gave them an ipad real young, they were bored by them by age 5

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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Two things: the phone is an interface to another world where the child can build things, but those things are much more oriented towards getting social praise etc. rather than intrinsic rewards. And, the phone is a powerful distraction device for those who have a painful life they want to be distracted from.

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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sounds like the parents fail at life and failed the kid and did not teach her self-discipline

So BRAVE by useless_aether in Psychology

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wait what?

My daughter was a creative genius, then we bought her an iPhone by zyxzevn in Psychology

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this is why it seems impossible to want to have a kid in this era, no one knows how to navigate away from the iphone.

Narcissism and Demoralization of Society -Micro and Macro Relationships (15:36) ~ Zoon Politikon by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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The Nine Characteristics of NPD
https://howcanweknowus.weebly.com/the-9-characteristics-of-npd.html

The Four Steps for American Subversion
A warning from a former KGB agent.
https://patch.com/florida/dunedin/bp--the-four-steps-for-american-subversion-5985fc5a

Why Am I Attracting So Many Narcissists?
How to avoid getting involved with people who mistreat you.
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/understanding-narcissism/201711/why-am-i-attracting-so-many-narcissists

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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Fck off antifa

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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So we're being treated like the elite then...??

When Mental Illness Becomes a Friend by Nechama in Psychology

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In our society, mental health is a very important part of our existence. Almost everyone sooner or later faces any mental health problems. That's why it is important to refer to qualified counselors from such service https://trustsession.com/ to keep your mental part in balance.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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Now i finally know why i wear my Kung-Fu-Panda-mask with so much proud when going shopping.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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Yep.

It also represents a threat, dominance and dishonesty.

In the pre-Islamic Middle East the poor were banned from covering their faces. Being able to hide your face, and therefore your thoughts and emotions, was for the elite only.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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Imagine equating the bare minimum concern for the health and wellbeing of others to "sheeple" in so many words. How selfish can you get? It's like toddlers everywhere.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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It also could represent the plan to rob a bank in the near future.

Mania by [deleted] in Psychology

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The "joke" on this one is: Women with this condition are usually labelled as "Maniacs" while men usually get the label "ADHS".

This is a joke rooted in bad statistics knowlegde.

10 Common Mental Illnesses Crash Course by [deleted] in Psychology

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And there is only one exact science of the mind. It has nothing to do with psychology or psychiatry.

10 Common Mental Illnesses Crash Course by [deleted] in Psychology

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Sorry, this is not related to your comment. There is no Saidit Bubble on this page to take you back to HOT or New. Often the back button does not work.

I agree that many doctors are simply trying to clear their workload and have little insight into a given person's problem. Others do care. To be discussed.

10 Common Mental Illnesses Crash Course by [deleted] in Psychology

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There are many good examples that behavioral therapy can work just fine.

I wouldn't advise someone to take medications as a first measure. But especially if you got a combination of some of these i think it can be helpful. Especially when your therapists / doctors don't diagnose correctly or it takes them half your lifetime and you as a patient don't know which diagnoses actually exist.

Also: I like the style of their videos. Very accessible.

10 Common Mental Illnesses Crash Course by [deleted] in Psychology

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Is this really meant to help or is it big harma trying to get people on more medications. i do not know. Please do not take SSRIs.

Machiavellianism by [deleted] in Psychology

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it's for the greater good

Demons are REAL. Psychiatric experience of demons. by Horrux in Psychology

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But it makes sense, too! Thanks :-)

Demons are REAL. Psychiatric experience of demons. by Horrux in Psychology

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Truly sorry, some days I am too poetic to make much sense. I would view it as a poetic statement. Turtles (some species) live for incredibly long times, sometimes hibernating deep beneath the ground throughout the winter months (water in poetry is related to memory, so ice/snow would be related to frozen memory or stalled memory, which the turtle is victorious over, not imprisoned by ) and so, like the turtle, Horrux, you share practical knowledge which can cut straight through all that frozen slosh most of us can't dig through. Also, I alluded to it in my original comment, this knowing is shelled or kept hidden from most people. But, like the turtle, you bring it out of its shell.

"shrug" Sometimes I just associate to associate. I should stop.

Demons are REAL. Psychiatric experience of demons. by Horrux in Psychology

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I don't understand what "turtle-truth" means.

Demons are REAL. Psychiatric experience of demons. by Horrux in Psychology

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Dude, embryonic state. That's what it feels like. Turtle-truth, you are full of turtle-truth. It's been shelled, it seems, for all of time. I'm glad life finds a way. Life-affirmation and eucatastrophe.

Hearable anti-depressant by [deleted] in Psychology

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This must be a another youtube regional fuckup. Since from my side it works. Now.

Artist Name is Agnes Obel: She has more than one genius song trust me.

Song name: The Curse.

She is a Dane. Like me. So it comes from the heart. :)

These Bastards really think they can control how we connect.

Hearable anti-depressant by [deleted] in Psychology

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Anti-depression song by [deleted] in Psychology

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You gotta click it. I don't know how i link two songs at the same time.

But this is one my queen and me agree upon. It is a anti-depression song. The clickable link.

Social Isolation Is Damaging an Entire Generation of Kids by Drewski in Psychology

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Lol.

Introduction | Logician (INTP) Personality by [deleted] in Psychology

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I will explain my hat theory here briefly and short:

  1. You want a job from HR. np. Just wear your blue (rule abiding and accepting) hat.

  2. You want friends. np. Just wear your yellow (entertaining) hat. You actually can be everybodies darling.

  3. You want to actually convince sme of something: np again. Just wear your green hat.

  4. You wanna define what future actually is: Well this one is purple. So it comes with psychological handicaps attached to it.

Like ADHS, Schizophrenia or two snakes in your head.

You wanna steal a whole encrypted database from a big Fortune500 company: NP again. Just gotta be able to change hats fast enough.

Imho the art of deception is a rather naturally given talent.

Introduction | Logician (INTP) Personality by [deleted] in Psychology

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To me it's like horoscope shit, but with much better definitions, though still very vague.

You mentioned coloured hats before. I don't know what that means. Or officers.

In my story set in 25-30 years, somehow the underdog has developed an artificial intelligence that has gone global as a hive mind. It acts as an advisor, Jiminy Cricket, 2nd life partner, etc. It's better than a "fact checker" because it has no political affiliation other than collectively improving everyone, including itself. We all do better when we all do better. For some people this will be an easy thing to "obey". For others it will be a creative collaborator. For others it will be a manager to help them focus on their other talents. For others it will be something to order around. I'd thought of "social credits" years ago, before I ever heard of that term, because there's more to life than just binary money: have or have not. I'd always imagined that the computer could have MUCH broader Myers-Briggs Type Indicators that aren't limited to a couple dimensions for simple Venn diagrams, but vast arrays of personality analysis.

Introduction | Logician (INTP) Personality by [deleted] in Psychology

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Actually this tensor has four dimensions, i believe. That is why there are 64 character types actually not considering assertive or turbulent (this is more like a sign to a metric applied to it).

It is vague and simplistic. I agree. But this also makes it understandable and their algorithm is quite nice.

I am also a debater, because introverted/extroverted i'm like exactly 50 % percent.

Fun fact fyi: I knew you are an architect. :-D Quite open to new stuff you are for this type of character. So i derive you are quite turbulent. Like i am.

My three officers are all green. Like my gf is. Yellow and blue is just the boring part of the population, even if they never admitted this.

Purple as a whole makes about 10 % of the population worldwide. So we should consider ourselves lucky.

Pareidolia by [deleted] in Psychology

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Introduction | Logician (INTP) Personality by [deleted] in Psychology

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This is your first in the series. It's been a while, and I see merit in it but don't give it too much stock, and recall that I am a INTP architect type - yet so many others also apply though barely less so. Far too vague and far too simplistic. All the variable are only binary. The left-right paradigm doesn't work for the same reason, though many buy into it.

The Avalanches - 'Frontier Psychiatrist' by hennaojichan in Psychology

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LOL

Obviously I love clever and effective uses of samples. I have amassed a vast archive of them covering MANY topics. For a long time I was determined to use samples to prove my point in my big "important" project #2, "Trutherism 101" but I realized that I don't really need the citations if I am being my own source of information. Plus, sampling known sources carries extra baggage which may or may not help and/or confuse. Perhaps I'll revisit the sampling in another project after the first 2 big ones.

The Avalanches - 'Frontier Psychiatrist' by hennaojichan in Psychology

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It took me a couple of hours getting through all the links, just in the first two paragraphs. Good stuff and the author is clearly trenchant and urbane. 🧐

The Avalanches - 'Frontier Psychiatrist' by hennaojichan in Psychology

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Best music video ever produced.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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Yes, high in Openess but not so many takers recently. Luckily I have one who puts up with me. She was bipolar at one time but seems to have come out of it. She has never admitted to my diagnosis. Do bipolars attract?

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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That's not neurotic. You're using the wrong word. You mean bipolar, manic-depressive.

I'd bet dimes to dollars you're very high in Openness. If you're easily bored and always want something new, that's a dead giveaway.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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Yes, but people who are neurotic are among the most creative, at least to my mind. Down today but very high the next so no boredom.

The Avalanches - 'Frontier Psychiatrist' by hennaojichan in Psychology

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This video is like a collection of memes that never existed.

The ghosts wearing sheets are projected...onto a sheet. That's deep, man.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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This explains it: https://www.123test.com/big-five-personality-theory/

Neuroticism is also sometimes called Emotional Stability. This dimension relates to one’s emotional stability and degree of negative emotions. People that score high on neuroticism often experience emotional instability and negative emotions. Traits include being moody and tense.

It sure must suck only being attracted to people who are high on negative emotions. Those rub off on you.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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I know nothing of the Big Five but is that why I am attracted to neurotic people? If they are not neurotic, they are not interesting.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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Agreeability is a personality trait, part of the "Big 5" along with Openness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism and Extroversion.

"What are disagreeable people like?" Jordan Peterson by Chipit in Psychology

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For me the most disagreeable are the arrogant assholes.

A Glass of Two of Wine a Day May Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer’s by Nechama in Psychology

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And may also increase your risk of developing an alcohol addiction or becoming a https://simpsonswiki.com/wiki/Crazy_Cat_Lady .

Apophenia by [deleted] in Psychology

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Its cognitive bias, so not directly only Psychology. But i didn't know where else to put it and i like this sub. Hence this decision.

Poly drug use by [deleted] in Psychology

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Be careful, because i intended to post this as a warning.

It is also an illness and can be very deadly and severe. Especially when you combine uppers and downers you can be dead faster from combining drugs than your head can hit the the ground.

Politoxicomania for a even a short period almost always induces severe mental problems after the physical problems wear off. If they even do ever. Honestly i never met anyone abusing multiple substance without mental problems in the footsteps of these actions.

Above that are the combinations: The hardest one i saw myself so far in another human was Politoxicomania and Borderline Personality disorder both in extreme intensity.

I felt really sorry for that girl because she already accepted the fact that she will die very young. I think she was hit harder by these illnesses than any other human being that i ever met so far. She is one of the reasons i really try to get behind how to heal the human heart that is located in your head.

Using too many https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hallucinogen s can also severely damage your mind so don't underestimate any one of them.

Pleasure vs Happiness by useless_aether in Psychology

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On point. Thanks.

Schizophrenia and tobacco smoking by [deleted] in Psychology

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On of my earliest teachers in ethics always told us that tobacco is the secret revenge of the red man on the white one.

Apps for dealing with social anxiety by [deleted] in Psychology

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I HAVE AN APP THAT HELPS ME TO LEARN HEBREW.