Reader View · 9 min read · 2021-04-29 · 2011 was an important year in the history of psychology, especially social psychology. First, it became apparent that one social psychologist had faked results for dozens of publications ( Second, … · Shared by 279, including Кирилл Заборский, justin caouette, Simon Lee, Steve Haroz 📊👁️🧠, Alan Klement, Nir Eyal, Gregor B. Rosenauer
Moreover, ten years have passed and if Kahneman wrote a second edition, it would be very different from the first one.
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They plucked the size of the particle that transmits tuberculosis out of context, making 5 microns stand in for a general definition of airborne spread. Wells’ 100-micron threshold got left behind.
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A member of the Stanford Behavioral Laboratory posted on a Prolific forum, “We have noticed a huge leap in the number of participants on the platform in the US Pool, from 40k to 80k. Which is great, however, now a lot of our studies have a gender skew where maybe 85% of participants are women. Plus the age has been averaging around 21.”
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Reader View · ~12 min read · 2021-10-11 · Does the existence of a multiverse hold the key for why nature’s laws seem so simple? · Shared by 388, including justin caouette, Anita Leirfall, Matthias Lampe, 🧠 Larry G. Maguire, Marylin Delgado, Jason Silva
facts which at first seem improbable will, even on scant explanation, drop the cloak which has hidden them and stand forth in naked and simple beauty.