Category Archives: Psychology

Mind, Modernity, Madness: The Impact of Culture on Human Experience

Here are some highlights from this 2013 book by sociologist Liah Greenfeld: * finding oneself bombarded by contradictory cultural messages and overwhelmed with choices is an exceedingly and increasingly common modern experience. It is, therefore, not surprising that the period … Continue reading

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Can You Change Your Personality?

All in the Mind podcast. From Lack of Character: Personality and Moral Behavior by John M. Doris: Scholars with a background in evolution see evolutionary psychology as the key to understanding how the world works just as theologians regard their … Continue reading

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Why Do Entrepreneurs Embrace Woo-Woo Ideas? (4-19-22)

00:00 Most people have a positive outlook on life 04:00 Suicide catalyst Teal Swan, https://gizmodo.com/weve-launched-an-investigative-podcast-about-a-controve-1826416613 16:40 Elliott Blatt joins 18:00 I pulled off my first pullups in 34 years 21:30 How do you live without purpose? Elliott’s journey of discovery … Continue reading

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Teal Swan – The Suicide Catalyst (4-13-22)

00:00 I want to go where love is 04:20 The DOWNFALL of KATI MORTON || Youtube’s Corrupt Therapist, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghPBRx2yxy8 08:45 The Dark Origin Story of Internet Spiritual Guru Teal Swan, https://gizmodo.com/the-dark-origin-story-of-internet-spiritual-guru-teal-s-1826598620 14:00 MILENNIAL WOES IS INNOCENT!, https://www.bitchute.com/video/tfLm6dLcMQmu/ 17:00 Millenial Woes … Continue reading

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The Hour Between Dog and Wolf: Risk Taking, Gut Feelings, and the Biology of Boom and Bust

From the 2012 book: * another remarkable fact struck me during the dot.com years – that women were relatively immune to the frenzy surrounding internet and high-tech stocks. In fact, most of the women I knew, both on Wall Street … Continue reading

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