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... is the sort of statement you might hear in ordinary conversation, but why should anyone believe it? It is simply a statement of one person’s belief; it is possibly a prejudice (‘pre-judgement’ ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    s&f belief, decisions & judgment    ...
    NHA Tutorial 18 Intelligence, Consciousness and Comprehension [updated November 2016] introduction In Tutorial 17 we looked at the biopsychology of belief, and how it underlies ...
  NHA Tutorial 17 Biopsychology & Belief [updated June 2016]   Introduction In Tutorial 16 we looked at several executive processes; including strategy, ...
... system to live by. Moral constructivists believe that morality is nothing more than a human invention embodied by law. Moral naturalists, on the other hand, believe that humans have hard-wired moral beliefs ...
... applying logic, establishing and verifying facts, explaining and adapting, and changing or justifying thoughts, behaviors and beliefs; based on new or existing information.[3]Our capacity for reason is ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... (they are designed to challenge erroneous beliefs or cognitions.):   1.Are these thoughts really true? 2.Are the negative aspects of this situation being overemphasized or overweighted in memory? ...
... our culture's body of knowledge (which will increase with every new person adding their personal knowledge), and through the diversity of creativity, innovation, invention, new beliefs and new ideas; which ...
... on the physical dimension as an obsessive-compulsive attachment to material objects, which are sought in the erroneous belief (under advice from the game) that they can somehow reduce the anxiety and make ...
... unconscious input from N3 (what intelligence needs to develop front nets) must match up with conscious patterns of representation (our conscious beliefs and behaviors) to make sense, fire coincidentally ...
11. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  The chief point of the book is to re-empower the mind. The mind -- in the form of expectations, beliefs and, most optimistically, intention -- is a more-than-epiphenomenal driver of actual physical change ...
12. Myth busting - Freud
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... feel embarrassed with one person, they'll assume you have difficulty socially and feel embarrassed with ALL persons), and (2) source monitoring error (they interpret all their own beliefs about what they ...
...  (for example facts, ideas, beliefs, memories, symbols, languages). As constructs they display both organization and duration through time. A database, a memory, a culture, an orchestra, an engine, a living ...
14. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... need not be class-based at all. They can stem purely from fear, or from the by now familiar belief that "efficiency" is the paramount virtue, rather than love, liberty, laughter, or hope. Above ...
15. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... behaving and interacting; monitoring thoughts, assumptions, beliefs and behaviors and identify those which are dysfunctional, inaccurate, or unhelpful (the aim is to replace or transcend them with those ...
... or state of mind, as well as the thoughts, beliefs, memories and expectations associated with these. Autonomic responses are the changes we experience in a direct physical ‘bodily’ way. We ...
... concept, the unconscious mind knows very well that harming strangers isn't okay. This is an example of an ideological dilemma. One or the other belief has to be suppressed in order for life to make sense, ...
... or beliefs (especially “what other people think”) about what imagination really is, and if you're a frontloader with a morbid fear of poetry or 'magical thinking' this could be difficult for ...
... (or experience) that express a negative belief (called a negative cognition) about yourself in the present time, becoming aware of any related body feelings.   2. Target replacement issue: Next, ...
20. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
... energy, for some it includes avoiding nuclear sources and for some it includes things like recycling, energy conservation and heat-loss prevention. Whatever your own personal desires and beliefs, it's ...
  I Want To Believe The Internet is buzzing with the story of a new study that today's students are so gullible they will believe anything they see on the Internet, and are even willing to believe ...
22. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... our pants'; going on pure belief in the viability of scientific theory whilst building those networks, and only after some time will they begin to function and the related concepts then begin to make sense! ...
23. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... own personal ethics and beliefs about reality. Some people have a perspective that makes them feel guilty if they don't 'have a job', whereas others are violently opposed to work of any kind. Opinions ...
... is the sort of statement you might hear in ordinary conversation, but why should anyone believe it? It is simply a statement of one person’s belief; it is possibly a prejudice (‘pre-judgement’ ...
25. Play: Big Pharma
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... industry promotions. Am J Med 110: 551–557. Keim SM, Sanders AB, Witzke DB, Dyne P, Fulginiti JW (1993) Beliefs and practices of emergency medicine faculty and residents regarding ...
26. Books: The Nature of Being Human
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... live and our creativity? How is our consciousness bounded and delimited by our materiality? And from whence does our idea of self and our belief in free will derive and when do our surroundings challenge ...
27. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to our own behavior and that of others in social situations, and the unveiling of any hidden (or not so hidden) intentions within social as well as all other contexts (interpretations of assumptions, belief ...
28. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... As the illness progresses, psychotic symptoms develop:   Delusions - false beliefs or thoughts with no basis in reality Hallucinations - hearing, seeing, or feeling things that are ...
... program for; enabling you to reclaim the awareness and motivation that biology intended you to have in the first place. Habits, even habits of belief, are only habits, and all ‘tastes’ are ...
30. ICMM 2 My Computer (what is intelligence)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... that intelligence is inherent in the very stuff of life itself. To avoid misunderstanding here let me make it clear that I do not have any inclination to the belief that rocks and plants (or even crocodiles) ...
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