New psychology research finds extreme protest actions reduce popular support for social movements psypost.org/2020/05/new-p…
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The desire to matter and feel significant among Donald Trump supporters is associated with support for hostile and vindictive actions against the president’s political rivals, according to new research published in the journal Political Psychology psypost.org/2020/03/new-s…
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You know sometimes I think tumblr reads too much into Gen-Z psychology but whatever, I relate to optimistically nihilistic mullet boy
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Abnormal Psychology and chill? reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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New research has found that Americans who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 are particularly prone to anti-vaccination attitudes and that these attitudes can be exacerbated by the president’s tweets. The findings have been published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. psypost.org/2020/04/new-s…
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The Premier League champions-elect are on course to top the Fair Play table for a fourth successive season. No team collects fewer yellows or makes fewer fouls. The tactics, the discipline and the psychology behind Klopp's Liverpool keeping it clean. twitter.com/JamesPearceLF…
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I am Dr. Laurie Santos, host of the Happiness Lab, Professor of Psychology, and creator of the Science of Well-Being on Coursera as well as Yale's most popular class ever, Psychology and the Good Life. AMA!

UPDATE: Thanks for all of the thoughtful questions! I have to head back to work now. Stay tuned to the Happiness Lab for more new episodes and find me on Twitter if you have more questions!

Hi reddit! I'm Dr. Laurie Santos, host of the Happiness Lab podcast and Professor of Psychology and Head of Silliman College at Yale University.

I teach about the science of happiness and have found that many of us actually do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better β€” so I started a podcast to share my findings on what we can really do to live a happier and more fulfilling life. Season 2 of the Happiness Lab premiered this week ( listen here ). We also have a few new bonus episodes devoted to protecting our mental health during the COVID-19 crisis.

I

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Psychology 🀣
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The Psychology of a Pandemic: Lessons From the Spanish Flu (2020) - an investigation reveals striking similarities in the responses to the 1918 pandemic and COVID-19, and what can be learned from them youtube.com/watch?v=H6fC4…
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Child psychology expert
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Kristen's church does not believe in psychology, the existence of mental disorders, or mental health counseling. She is NOT qualified to talk about suicide. archive.is/thS0V
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Some of the most common mental disorders, depression, anxiety and PTSD, might not be disorders at all. A new approach to mental illness includes that modern psychology, and use of drugs like antidepressants, has largely failed to reduce the prevalence of mental disorders. news.wsu.edu/2020/05/26/r…
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Think about this before relapsing: You're not fucking your hand, you're not fucking that pornstar, you're not fucking that hot girl, you're fucking yourself; your brain, your psychology and your life.

this post actually not for you guys, it's for me.

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A girl in my college psychology class did a presentation about my cousin’s suicide.

This happened last semester. We had to pick a mental illness to do a presentation on for our final project. A lot of people picked depression- in her defense. When she got up to present, I knew she was going to be like the majority and make the project super personal. Fine.

She tells a story about a best friend. Then she mentions where she’s from. It catches my attention at this point. Then she goes into explicit details about the day she found out about her bff’s suicide, her bff’s mom’s reaction (my aunt), and THEN SHE TELLS US ABOUT HOW HER FRIEND KILLED HERSELF AND THE GRUESOME DETAILS ABOUT HOW SHE USED A SHOTGUN AND SO ON....At this point, I was sweating. No way. No way this was about my cousin. But it fucking was. Small town USA, of course. While she continues to basically vent to the class like we’re a some sort of β€œoff my chest” subreddit, she passes out pictures of my cousin. Holy shit, I couldn’t breath. I started tearing up. All I could hear was my heart beat. I tuned her

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IsItBullshit: "The most probable hypothesis is usually the one with the least evidence against it, not the one with the most evidence for it." – Richards Heuer, CIA veteran and author of Psychology of Intelligence Analysis

This came from a book (that you can find online as a pdf, by the way) that was originally written for CIA Intelligence Analysts to improve their critical thinking skills when analyzing and discriminating between several probable hypotheses. The first step of his process is to find hypotheses. Here is the explanation of the process:

>When screening out the seemingly improbable hypotheses that you do not want to waste time on, it is necessary to distinguish hypotheses that appear to be disproved from those that are simply unproven. For an unproven hypothesis, there is no evidence that it is correct. For a disproved hypothesis, there is positive evidence that it is wrong. As discussed in Chapter 4, β€œStrategies for Analytical Judgment,” and under Step 5 below, you should seek evidence that disproves hypotheses. Early rejection of unproven, but not disproved, hypotheses biases the subsequent analysis, because one does not then look for the evidence that might support them. Unproven h

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Man and His Symbols. Fifty years ago my brother, home from college, handed me this book and said β€œHere, read this”. I still have this book. It started a journey from age fifteen to today. Studying psychology, the source of religion, and dreams. In one event, my history turned on a dime.
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These interrogation videos from Jim Can't Swim are super addictive. He breaks down the psychology of the interrogation and the tactics used. youtube.com/watch?v=Xfg86…
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Consumer behaviour and psychology are very important aspect in businesses. Take a look at some theories and their implementation with examples. Also some cool mind games. Entrepreneurs need to keep psychology in mind to grow and this gives a sweet summary of everything.

https://medium.com/@pcasind123/psychology-and-its-role-in-marketing-85b0122916c6?sk=bd8da81a496c30247b4f6c3361dd6fe7

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i will never understand the psychology that goes behind making one of these
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le license to practice psychology has not arrived
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Psychology and Siege

I'm a student in applied psychology and in my spare time I like to play siege. This season I finally reached plat 2.

I was wondering if the people here would like to watch videos where I explain how you can use psychology in Siege and how psychology can help you to play better or how it can limit you in becoming better.

EDIT: I'd like to thank y'all for your support. Based on your input I'll be changing my script. You've given me some great insight, I'd like to thank you once again for the input you've given me. After the edits I'll start filming, in the coming week I'll make some changes to the channel (mainly the bio because I'm not really great at designing) and I'm going to edit the video, I'm expecting to have it online on the 3rd of May. I'll see you on my channel: Bot.Recoil

My first video is up and running, check it out and let me know what you think, and what you would like to see in any future videos in the comment section of the video. https://youtu.be/XA_6RxToiys

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Haha, I have reversed your reverse psychology
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That time when my Psychology Professor was concerned and asked to see me after class because of one of my answers in group participation.

So I was dually enrolled in highschool and at the local community college when I was 17. I took psychology at the community college twice a week. During the classes, we would have a prompt that everyone had to answer before the lesson began.

The prompt that day was something like:

"You wake up in your room, but it's painted all white, and there are no windows or doors. You see all of the things that are normally in your room, but it has been painted and you can't find an exit. Give me a one word answer describing how you feel."

My answer? Safe. I felt safe at the thought of that. I was one of the first to be called on so I didn't notice it wasn't a normal reaction to that question until nobody else had the same answer.

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I am a graduate TA who teaches Social Psychology. This was one of my student reviews. I got a great laugh out of this one!
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Today I passed my physiological psychology exam! That’s how I was studying for it πŸ˜…
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University of Washington’s Clinical Psychology program will not require the GRE for the 2021 admissions cycle.
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bad women's ... psychology? health?
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The psychology behind why some people won't wear masks cnn.com/2020/05/06/health…
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And yet another mentioning how attractive a teenager used to be before she got anorexia as though that’s reason enough to not be anorexic. Found in my abnormal psychology book.
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I started studying psychology in my free time to better understand my depression & came to a huge breakthrough

DISCLAIMER: To get to this point and out of the deep end, I've been on meds for the past year. This is the journey that worked for me personally so it might be completely different for you and you might be at a completely different stage.

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I've been researching a lot of stuff about reparenting, healing your inner child, etc etc stuff to finally deal with my childhood trauma and I recently came to a huge breakthrough by doing so. I realised almost EVERYTHING I do has an official psychological definition. I don't know why, but it's really helping me ground myself when I'm spiraling.

Like for example, I'll keep on replaying certain events in my head (sometimes on purpose to trigger a panic attack) and come up with different ways of how I'd "fix" them - turns out, that's called rumination & emotional addiction. Most of the time I'm now able to stop myself in the middle of it and be like "hold up, you're ruminating." And then ask myself why I'm doing that, what does that mean my

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Do you tend to avoid important tasks and waste time? Apply simple psychology to overcome this problem with a short book called Using Psychology To Stop Procrastinating - get it for free today on Amazon Kindle! amazon.com/dp/B01CXBRSVM
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The Psychology of Narcissism youtu.be/-1JHumXAUtA
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Psychology of FatFIRE / Maturity.

My initial question was gonna be:

β€œHow do you stay focused on your goal, with succumbing to competitiveness, spending and flexing, on your way to FF?”

But I realized there’s more to it:

I’m not FatFIRE material*. I’ve made a lot money (over 5m net) from a young age (25), but at this point (38) have almost nothing to show for it (NW almost back to zero), due to irresponsible behavior.

I recently realized being bipolar has a lot to do with it (never knew it’s a known symptom), and I’m doing a lot better, expecting FatFIRE in 4-5 years.

Still I can’t shake the feeling that β€œI’m too old” (especially reading some posts here from people who reached FatFIRE in their 30’s), or that I wasted my life or my 30’s and could’ve achieved financial freedom almost a decade ago.

Also, I still have moments where my ego takes over and I feel the need to β€œflex” and blow money away. I’m worried it will fuck up my path, and that my story will remain one if a talented guy who can make lots of money

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I (19F) no longer wish to study abroad due to a multitude of reasons and want to pursue my dream of studying Psychology at home. My mom and dad feel as if they've failed as parents.

So, I've finished my first year at Uni abroad (King's College London Digital Culture BA if anyone's interested) and have now realized that I don't feel happy or proud of myself in the slightest. It's not that the subject I'm studying is uninteresting or overly complicated; I simply don't feel drawn to it and, because it's so abstract and 'new', I can't see myself pursuing it professionally in the long run. Aside from that, being away from my home country and my loved ones has made me feel the most lost and depressed that I've ever felt, and it has heightened my anxiety issues as well as my eating disorder tendencies.

To give you a bit of background, I have always been the so-called 'perfect' child. Was always kind of a nerd, quiet and studious, got consistently good grades and was constantly told that studying abroad was undoubtedly the only path for me to evolve and grow into a successful and fulfilled person. This became especially prevalent once my parents discovered that my little

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Psychology eBooks

I received a text with a link very recently, and I suppose it will help out a lot of us especially college students like me who cannot afford to buy each and every textbook.

It has a wide variety of books covering many vital branches of Psychology.

I hope this is helpful!

The Message ↓

"The updated google drive of Psychology ebooks and PDFs for you incoming Psychology majors from Get Psyched PH. These are being given to you for free so please DO NOT SELL them. Instead, share them to other Psychology majors. Stay healthy and spread kindness and positivity."

Google Drive Link

Edit: You can star each folder to save them on your drive.

Edit: I did not make this drive folder, it was made by someone else. I received the link recently and shared it here.

Edit: Thank you for the awards!

*[UPDATE ON THE BOOKS SITUATION](https://www.reddit.com/r/psychologystudents/comments/h138kx/psychology_ebooks_update/?

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I’m quickly starting to realize that becoming successful in trading is much more about psychology and risk management and way less about finding the golden indicator/strategy

I have spent a lot of time trying to find strategies that work and testing out all sorts of indicators. It wasn’t until I stopped focusing on that part and started working on my risk management and the psychology behind trading when I really started getting somewhere with trading.

There are so many simple strategies you can use that work well. That is easy part, but being able to let your winners run instead of taking profits instantly/ not letting your losers ride hoping it turns around is huge. Just one example

All the β€œgurus” focus on showing you the best setups/indicators that will make you rich when in reality that is the last thing you should be worrying about.

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TIL about the sentinel hypothesis: an evolutionary psychology idea that explains why people have different sleep schedules. Night owls and early birds played important roles in early human life. bbc.com/news/science-envi…
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A great read this quarantine : Who else here loves the book "Abnormal Psychology" by Ronald J. Comer? I found it well written, easy to read and absolutely engaging. It is packed with case studies, "between the lines" and accounts of people who have gone through disorders. Try if you haven't!
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I am graduating with an honors BA in psychology from an Ivy League university. I also got accepted into the same school for an MS in neurobiology. I’m 28. I’ve worked my ass off. Toast me!
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Psychology is NOT Priced In!

Before this all started, we used to have the opportunity to go to work and have a break from listening to our wives banging their boyfriends in the room next door. That's all changed now, our puts are bleeding, and your wife's boyfriend is making $800 a week as an unemployed bus boy. Does this inspire you to work harder? Does this create a circumstance for a rebound in productivity? Here you are pretending to work for $400 a week, when you could have just gotten unemployed for $800. Do workers owe their employers anything at this point?

Current position: All-in on SPXU/SRTY, will close out and buy the news for quarter 2 earnings later.

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My clinical psychology book suddenly peaking my interest.
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My psychology statistics professor is a BOTW fan! (This is her desktop background, seen on a Zoom lecture).
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12 year old me reading psychology manuals cos adults didn't have a clue anyway...
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For those that new to Malina's psychology. That's her face of trying to show affection and care but being too socially awkward to actually do it properly
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Fredrick the Great at Psychology
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[US] Mindhunter (2017): In the late 1970s two FBI agents and a psychologist expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and getting uneasily close to all-too-real monsters. Produced and partially directed by David Fincher. netflix.com/title/8011485…
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Jon Moxley reveals "Rowdy" Roddy Piper taught him a lesson in psychology: 'Don't look at the crowd [for approval]. Look at your opponents shoes. You're there to hurt him.' sescoops.com/jon-moxley-r…
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Freud, father of Psychology
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Reading and learning about psychology changes the game

I've been reading random psychology textbook PDFs I find on google during quarantine and it's incredible learning why people behave the way they do. Suddenly everything starts to make sense and forgiving feels easier.

As an empath this really helped me stop trying to "fix" people that don't want to change, and that the healthier thing to do would be to stop giving in to feeling bad about it. Psychology is on another level of enlightenment hahaha

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I GOT INTO COLLEGE FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR!

I’m sorry, I just HAD to share this! Flame University is one of the best colleges in India and I just found out that I got in!

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Reverse reverse psychology
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Rotmg Psychology Research Project

Alright Reddit, I'm a psychology undergrad who is planning a research project for next year.

I have a Professor who is at the forefront of video games research, publishing the following paper among others:

Video Game Expertise and Fluid Intelligence

Now most video game research follows large, well known games, however I believe that Rotmg is an untapped market for research.

It is a game with a close-knit active community, that thrives despite its small size.

So what I want do to is ask you the question, if you wanted to know something about the psychology of rotmg players, what would you want to know?

Some ideas I've already got are:

  • Discrimination in video game ranking systems (basically how players perceive different stars)
  • Punishing video game systems and their effect on learning
  • The perceived value of in game items (although that is closer to an economics paper)

So, what do you want to see re

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Fun Fact: Dr. Phil lost his license to practice psychology in 2006. Therefore, all guests on his TV show must sign a contract stating they are only there to receive "advice" from an individual, not a psychologist. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phi…
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Ryan Giggs says Sir Alex Ferguson never gave Ronaldo the 'hairdryer treatment', "he was the master of psychology" standard.co.uk/sport/foot…
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[DE] I got the psychology job I dreamed of, now Iβ€˜m scared to accept it.

hi, iβ€˜m a psychology student in 1st year and i got offered a really good job, where i would be in charge of helping children (and rarely adults) with adhd.

the situation is this: i would accept the offer in a heartbeat if it werenβ€˜t for my inability to connect with children. iβ€˜m scared to just start doing something i donβ€˜t have any experience in.

now i donβ€˜t know whether i should accept it.

pros:

  • really nice boss and team
  • really interesting work
  • very good salary
  • flexible working hours and opportunity to work for longer
  • opportunity to gain experience: which would look good on my job resume and help secure future jobs
  • workplace within short distance of my home

cons:

  • Iβ€˜M REALLY SCARED Iβ€˜M NOT CAPABLE ENOUGH TO WORK WITH CHILDREN (i really like them , i just worry they wonβ€˜t like me and i wonβ€˜t be able to talk to them. i also have zero experience working with them)
  • i would have to work one day per week and iβ€˜m not sure whether iβ€˜ll be able to juggle uni work on the si
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Social psychology Ph.D. student shares research on UBI - 'It acknowledges structural factors causing poverty and also acknowledges that people have agency and are responsible and competent and know what they need.' stanforddaily.com/2020/06…
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The Psychology of Fear: Why a big gay short isn't coming anytime soon

I'm reading increased traffic that there's another big crash on the horizon. Let me be perfectly clear to you greedy ratfucks hoping to print your $3 puts on the same trick.

The market crash in march was on the back of fear and uncertainty. There was no precedent, no plan for the economy. The market responded to a deep shock to the established market reality and cratered.

Fear in human psychology has diminishing returns as we adapt to a new situation. We fear what we don't know, but as we grapple with a situation, we learn to adapt, and as we learn, we set in place plans and strategies. For covid, we now have those plans in place. We have a timeline to a vaccine, drugs coming online to reduce severity, a pathway to at least limited economic re-opening. People can see the way forward. We have for the most part accepted the reality of our new situation as the new normal.

The market in turn is now awake to the crisis, so you're going to see diminishing returns on the same type of ba

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Hired a positive reinforcement trainer for my puppy, Zeus, and she sent me this article I wanted to share about some doggo psychology and positive reinforcement!

The article juxtaposes positive reinforcement and using food for training as opposed to what the author describes as aversive training methods. All of the authors supporting evidence can be found at the very end of the article for more research! Thought this was interesting for someone like me who’s new to puppy-owning and was feeling conflicted about training information I was seeing online.

Article Link: The Ultimate Dog Training Tip

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You should have to take a mandatory child psychology and parenting class before you’re allowed to raise a kid.

If someone is or is going to be considered a legal guardian of a child, they should have to take a mandatory class on what parenting is REALLY like.

A class where your learn things like: how much a kid is actually gonna cost you financially, how much of your time they need from you, what sort of discipline is shown to effective and fair, how a kid learns/understands things, strategies handle a child who is overwhelmed/upset, etc.

We know so much about the psychology of kids and what kind of parenting techniques are effective. Still, SO MANY PEOPLE throw their kids in front of an iPad, don’t discipline them properly, and then wonder why their little angel is a selfish, screaming banshee that won’t listen to them.

If you have kids because you like the idea of having a mini-me but you’re not prepared for the work of building a foundation and core education for an entire separate human life, you shouldn’t be having the kids. For their sake and yours.

EDIT: Lol wow this blew up, thank

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Slavoj Ε½iΕΎek discussion of capitalism and racism becomes a wandering examination of the hypocritical, condescending, and deeply racist psychology of the idpol left. Starts at 46m youtube.com/watch?v=weB1r…
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Talking about psychology, and other fun stuff while playing Skyrim! reddit.com/rpan/r/TheYouS…
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Just discovered another small true crime channel on YouTube. Unmasking a murderer has a lot of interesting content and is hosted by Dr. Joni Johnston who focuses on the psychology behind crime. youtu.be/BruaSjR-gDk
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AITA for not wanting to reveal to my mother information about my psychology sessions?

I'm a teenager that has been struggling with some problems with classmates and my past, which I'm yet unable to express to anyone that isn't my psychologist. I don't feel ready to tell my parents what I exactly feel or did on my past that has made me depressed. I was planning on doing it when I felt comfortable on doing it and when the psychologist provided the best solutions to my problems.

We are only 5 sessions in and she says that she needs to hear more about the issues with me in order to form a clear solution to the problem. She said that it was okay to not tell my parents yet.

So today I had the session like usual, and then my mom comes up to me and says "What did she tell you and what did you talk about with her?"

I lied saying "Well we talked about adjusting to the situation with the envoirenment." (I have told them that my anxiety is cabin fever when it's not, that's what they think.)

She says "Really? Nothing else?" and I respond "Well, we talked about the past."

"But

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The psychology behind why people think 5G makes them sick engadget.com/idiopathic-e…
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New study finds that many published psychology experiments lack evidence of validity - "[Researchers] investigated 348 psychological manipulations included in peer-reviewed studies. They found that roughly 42% of the experiments were paired with no validity evidence..." news.vcu.edu/article/An_u…
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One of the best indian psychology thriller ever made poster designd by me
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The psychology of horror movies and how do you make them scary again?

I've been in the horror community a long while, and one thing comes up a lot: someone says horror doesn't scare them anymore, and they are searching for ever an ever-more-intense experience. That lack of fear is a source of frustration and confusion, and often comes out as thinking modern movies aren't as good, or that something is wrong with them.

What I understand is that by watching hundreds of horror movies, they have trained their brain to not be afraid. The fear generated is because the brain perceives the person to be in danger, but when they've seen the same formulas repeated, they know what to expect and are not alarmed.

The question I have is, what is needed to recapture that feeling? How does one walk back their tolerance to the stimulus?

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Community Global Rewatch | Season 2, Episode 03: "The Psychology of Letting Go"

Today we continue with: Season 2, Episode 3: The Psychology of Letting Go

Every Thursday we watch an episode of Community from the beginning.

Discuss the episode here in the comments and/or watch live with us on the Discord server where we host live rewatch sessions! Click here for an invite. We host a US and EU based rewatch (on discord) at the times below:

US-Based Rewatch: Every THURSDAY at 7:00pm CST

EU-Based Rewatch: Every THURSDAY at 7:00pm BST You can follow our rewatch journey on Instagram here

Where to watch Community

Cheers to another Thursday and a week of discussion!

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Student is psychology and computer science drinking at college dormitory. Don't go easy on us. #justfriends
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[USA] What jobs have some of you got with a BS in General Psychology?

I’m planning on attending graduate school to study Social Psychology, but I might take a break (family reasons) after my BS and am wondering what jobs are out there.

Did you enjoy the job? If you went to graduate school, did the job experience help you get into your graduate program? Did you learn from it?

Thanks!

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What psychology resources provide a good basic insight into human psychology? Are there any books that are regarded as ''psychology bibles''?

Hi! Could you please tell me what books I should read if I want to understand how people think and how human psychology works? I'd prefer books that are scientifically-backed and concise/to the point. You can also recommend any youtube channels/sites etc. instead of books if they are scientifically backed.

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Been thinking about life and at the end of the day, it's all about motivation in your life. Motivation decides everything. There's no such thing as lazy person in psychology even. And for young males, most important driving motivations are fucking chicks and hanging out with friends.

A lot of cases of successful guys that i came across or heard about, was due to them starting to find new means of income to provide for their new born child or to fly on vacation with mates or e able to afford chilling with girlfriend at some places.

Those things motivate you in the moment, when you feel like giving up and telling fuck this shit to work. When you dont want to sit on fucking office chair and do shit that you dislike, in those moments you remember there's gf waiting for you at home and you want to fuck her sweet pussy and want her to still be there, therefore you push yourself.

Or when you wake up in the morning and get ready to wage, you remember that you planned vacation with bunch of mates in Mexico and you wana have that fun, wna travel there, have some memories and experiences, therefore you still get your ass up and wage.

When you dont have any of that, there's no positive motivation, only negative.

Your motivations are not becoming homeless, or having

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Please help me with my psychology project! No need to sign in and takes less than 3 minutes to complete docs.google.com/forms/d/e…
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Psychology expert uses big words he doesn't really understand to demonstrate that Stadia is, in fact, the best place to game imgur.com/81rwXjL
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16f, trying this again 'cause I'm bored and want people to talk to. From the USA, I love learning languages, psychology facts, and animals!
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John wick is the most accurate depiction of human psychology.

Seriously if we want to show aliens a movie that explains human psychology and philosophy then John wick is the best choice. The guy starts out normal and sentimental and because of one bad day does a complete 180. Wiping out an entire crime syndicate. There's no better explanation to how humans operate, from friendship to genocide at the drop of a hat.

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Psychology Majors: did you choose this major because it’s interesting or bc you’ve had a personal experience with it?

I did my undergraduate in psychology & am thinking of doing my masters but am curious to know why people decide to major in psychology in the first place? I feel like it’s one of the most chosen β€œgeneric” majors but for me I personally I’d struggles with suicide & depression growing up & that’s what inspired me in the first place. Curious to hear/learn other people’s thoughts & experiences with this decision.

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After a lifetime waiting for the right time, I'll get my first dog in 20 days... I'm over excited, I've read and watch dog training/psychology for weeks, bought everything she needed and a lot more... hope I'm ready. My heart is! Meet Rocket! v.redd.it/zj9r5z2343451
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The quadrants react to basic psychology
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How to keep up to date with psychology researches and trends?

Hello there!

I hope I am asking this question in the right place, if not, apologies in advance! Psych major here, graduated around 5 years ago. My undergraduate program has enriched me a lot both in my personal and in my academic life (I'm now in healthcare). However, over time, I've realized that some of the theories or research field that I like - and that I sometimes bring up in conversations - may be now outdated, or debunked. Or that things that I learned that were "yet-to-be-discovered" are now discovered. I'd like to not loose touch with that!

Any recommendations for ways to keep with to date about general trends and important researches? I don't mind the medium, whether it be a podcast, a website, a blog, a youtube channel, etc. I'm not necessarily looking for in-depth analysis of one paper with all its nitty-gritty details (been there done that lol).

Thanks!

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Psychology is the most important factor when trying to make sense of the market

Fundamentals are the numbers, technicals are the charts, but how the individual investor and/or all investors react to every given piece of information and action is the deciding factor.

Human behaviors can be predicted when applying them to broadly similar situations. However, in the stock market and real life, there are millions of new events, new numbers, new trends happening every single second. No situation is ever entirely the same as a situation that has happened in the past.

Yes we’ve had recessions, depressions, bubbles, and even rational markets. But have we had a virus exactly like Covid-19 where everyone in the world has to stay home, unemployment is at an all time high, everyone thinks the market will tank, technology companies are thriving, and many people are making a lot of money in the stock market?

You can look at income statements, balance sheets, P/E ratios, charts, news, etc. but that only tells you a part of the story. The more important part is how all of us

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High-tempo music -- the type that equates to about 170 heartbeats per minute -- reduces perceived effort and boosts cardiovascular benefits more than lower tempos, according to a new study published Sunday in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. us.cnn.com/2020/02/02/hea…
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TIL that Lillian Gilbreth, the real mother from Cheaper by the Dozen, was also one of the first women to earn a PhD in engineering, pioneered the field of industrial psychology, and invented the pedal trashcan. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lil…
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Any videos about the psychology breakdown of mike tyson?

Im not talking about the peek a boo style. I’m talking about the mindset that this guy had while in the 80s and 90s

People often go with the argument β€œmartial artists don’t fight with anger” and iron mike just destroys this argument

In one of his fights he got so angry because of an argument that he punched a hole in a wall which literally broke his opponent on the inside.

If we can figure out the mind behind this guy. Life would be a lot easier

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History - And Psychology - Predict Riots And Protests Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Lockdowns forbes.com/sites/nicolefi…
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"How Not to Become Overweight while Working in the IT Industry" is a short book that explores the problem of obesity in the tech domain and offers a psychology-based solution. It is free on Amazon Kindle for the next 24 hours. amazon.com/dp/B016J1KA9Y
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The scent of a romantic partner can improve sleep, suggests new psychology research from the University of British Columbia. The researchers found that study participants who were exposed to their partner’s scent overnight experienced better sleep quality, even though their partner was not present. news.ubc.ca/2020/02/13/sm…
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