(30) Pathologizing Human Behavior

(30) Pathologizing Human Behavior

Research on human behavior notes that we often excuse personal bad behavior using external variables, yet blame internal unchangeable qualities for the same actions in others. Further, we rationalize behavior, by placing it into a personally coherent narrative or...
(24) A Replication Problem

(24) A Replication Problem

Exploring the so-called “replication problem” in psychological research, in particular focusing on “the Marshmallow Test.” Looking at issues about replication, definition, and the nature of complexity in studying people. Studying the behavior...
(23) Stop Hiding Behind Labels

(23) Stop Hiding Behind Labels

Stop hiding behind labels, subsuming a whole person to a single characteristic, one label no matter how powerful its meaning, is to hold that person up to an impossible standard and lead to dismissal in the pursuit of purity. The struggle between the individualistic...