Posts tagged gpoy

Another point in the project where I wait to see what kind of trouble I’m in. 

Another point in the project where I wait to see what kind of trouble I’m in. 

Reducing self-control by weakening belief in free will

Believing in free will may arise from a biological need for control. 
People induced to disbelieve in free will show impulsive and antisocial tendencies, suggesting a reduction of the willingness to exert self-control. (…) findings show that undermining free will can degrade self-control and provide insights into how disbelieving in free will leads to antisocial tendencies.  

I do what I whant. sorta.
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Reducing self-control by weakening belief in free will

Believing in free will may arise from a biological need for control.

People induced to disbelieve in free will show impulsive and antisocial tendencies, suggesting a reduction of the willingness to exert self-control. (…) findings show that undermining free will can degrade self-control and provide insights into how disbelieving in free will leads to antisocial tendencies.  

I do what I whant. sorta.

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Prime Time Forensic Neuropsychology
Apparently there’s gonna be a new show about a neuroscience professor with paranoid schizophrenia, off his meds, whose sexy former student becomes an FBI agent that keeps calling up the professor up to help solve crimes.

…the extensive research done with doctors at UCLA and resident expert David Eagleman, Ph.D., author of “Incognito: the Hidden Life of the Brain,” will inform the show’s narrative. [via]

  A trufax mentally-unstable-brain-expert-solves-crimes-committed-by-questionables-by-using-science day in the life exposé you guys. ‘course I’m gonna watch.

Prime Time Forensic Neuropsychology

Apparently there’s gonna be a new show about a neuroscience professor with paranoid schizophrenia, off his meds, whose sexy former student becomes an FBI agent that keeps calling up the professor up to help solve crimes.

…the extensive research done with doctors at UCLA and resident expert David Eagleman, Ph.D., author of “Incognito: the Hidden Life of the Brain,” will inform the show’s narrative. [via]

  A trufax mentally-unstable-brain-expert-solves-crimes-committed-by-questionables-by-using-science day in the life exposé you guys. ‘course I’m gonna watch.

Brain and Spinal Cord 

….Everything else is subjective.

Brain and Spinal Cord 

….Everything else is subjective.