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Psychoanalytic concepts

To the surprise of no-one reading my blog, I am also interested in psychology. Recently I stumbled across psychologist Jonathan Shedler who recently produced a list of 16 psychoanalytical concepts that would be beneficial to know: Splitting: Perceiving others in black-or-white … Continue reading


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Camouflaged personality problems

One of the absolutely most frustrating things in a democracy is when you find people that believe that anyone who disagrees with them are not just wrong but downright evil. And that belief is then sometimes used to justify severely … Continue reading

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Projections vs. predictions

To predict something is to determine what will happen in the future. When time passes, we will know if the prediction was correct: A prediction can be falsified. To project something is to determine what a specific model says will … Continue reading

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