Tag Archives: bias

and some last 3 ones…

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Unnecessary conventions

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Are We as Objective as We Think?

re-posted from Psychology Today “Exploring Beliefs About our Own Biases Published on May 1, 2012 by Nathan A. Heflick, Ph.D. in The Big Questions  By and large, the human brain is amazing. We can imagine things that do not exist. We can think … Continue reading

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Unlearn “Learned Helplessness” II – Question your beliefs

The power of beliefs in humans lies on the fact that the former can be the cause and the outcome at the same time of learned helplessness. Not only the external stimuli, but also the unique way that individuals interpret  things around them, … Continue reading

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Change, and the world will change with you

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” Anais Nin

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