19 notes tagged with "behavior"

Observational Mimicry

People learn behavior by observing and duplicating the behavior of others. This starts in childhood - and continues thru life. This can lead…

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Published on 17th May, 2021

Parasocial Interation

Parasocial interaction: A kind of psychological relationship experienced by an audience with performers in media(talk show host, celebrities…

Tagged with: #psychology, #behavior, #permanent-notes

Published on 16th December, 2020

Parkinson's Law

Work expands to fill the time available.

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #quote, #behavior, #productivity

Published on 11th July, 2021

Procrastination Behavior

Procrastination isn’t a inability to manage time, but a way of coping with challenging emotions and negative moods induced by certain tasks…

Tagged with: #psychology, #behavior, #procrastination

Published on 10th August, 2020

Pseudo Sets - Behaviour Push

Create and communicate clear ‘pseudo-sets’ to persuade people to complete a certain number of tasks (you’ve read 1 out of 4), encourage a…

Tagged with: #behavior, #psychology

Published on 24th October, 2020

Psychological Safety at work

A working environment where you are not afraid to ask for help or admit failure. You are not worried that it will cause some formal or…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #psychology, #communication, #behavior

Published on 23rd April, 2021

Religion, a mode of knowing

Religious thinking is embedded in our cognitive process - its a mode of knowing. Has Science made Religion Useless?

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #religion, #behavior, #cognition

Published on 26th July, 2021

Slow vs Fast Thinking

People make different decisions if they pause and think about the decision vs when they react immediately. Addictive apps exploit this…

Tagged with: #meta-cognition, #permanent-notes, #behavior, #psychology

Published on 17th July, 2021

Social aspect of belief

There is a social aspect to belief, such that we may discount even the evidence of our own senses if we think that our beliefs are not in…

Tagged with: #behavior, #psychology, #society

Published on 23rd January, 2021

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