6 posts tagged with psychology by tybeet.
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Is there any academic argument or scientific evidence that what people believe about "what should be" leads them to develop underlying beliefs about "what is" in reality? A kind of worldview conditioning? Conceptually, this would be an inversion of the naturalistic fallacy (which goes from "what is" to "what ought"). Does such a thing happen?
Please point me to some resources (interviews, news articles, opinion pieces, etc...) so I can better understand why the DSM-V has generated so much controversy, and what the major points of contention are. The more gristly it is for my milling, the better.
Images that people can instantly categorize as "good" or "bad"? [more inside]
ScholarFilter: Does anyone know of a scholarly article that goes from defining a construct (say, for example an attitude of some kind) to operationalizing it to measuring it in a somewhat succinct way? I'm trying to understand this process better. [more inside]
I read this great study (I think it was Psychological in origin) some many months ago about research showing that people can reliably tell if you are smiling over the telephone. Does anyone know from who or where this came?
Books that blend Psychology, the human mind, and Artificial Intelligence theory? [more inside]