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It's academic and associated the instruct that the moles the coherent examination of mental limits and hones or to put everything the more just today we will talk about your mind this is brain investigate.

1. How many friends can you have??
How many friends can you have or more specifically is there a limit to the number of people that you can maintain a stable social relationship with these all relationships where you know who the person is you know how each person relates to every other person in the group and no not Facebook friends turns out that there is a limit would be pretty awkward if I brought this up otherwise it's something called Dunbar's number and the limit is one hundred and fifty(150) people.

2. Why?

Ever wondered why..... why do you want things whiny do you do things why do you feel the way you do about certain things why do you keep on living it turns out that psychology more or less has the answer to all of these questions am the third world of dopamine. dopamine was discovered in Sweden in1958 and is created in various parts of our brains it's critical in all sorts of brain functions such as thinking moving sleeping moved attention motivation seeking and reward basically in its simplest form dopamine a salt one system it is what keeps us motivated to move through the world learn and survive research on the rats for example show that if you destroy dopamine neurons rats can still warm shoe and swallow but will starve to death even when food is from light next to them they have basically lost all the site to eat. thing at a time:

Take this example you're walking through a public square yours looking around and suddenly see a friend in the crowd the friend recognizes you but even though you for a moment is looking the right asked him if you do not recognize them only when your friend stops and says hello do you realize you just looked right past him and somehow you still missed it this is because you can only think of one thing at a time you cannot to mentally focus on more than one task no matter how good you might think you are at the multitasking people are capable of switching between several task where he quickly though which can create the illusion of multitasking we can also learn to do something physical while focusing on another mental tasks such as walking and talking on the phone at the same time however a study was done with these very circumstances which made it clear to the people who talk on the phone while walking bump into other people much more and doesn't really notice and or remember things happening around them this phenomenon is called inattentional blindness.

4.conical perspective:
If I ask you to draw an object any objects at all what's perspective would you draw that object in from above from the sign read from a low turn south of most people would end up drawing it like at this at a somewhat tilted angle as if you were slightly above the object looking down it's called the canonical perspective the interesting thing is that it seems to apply to almost everything even obvious you would normally see in this talk down type of perspective such as truck or a horse and when you take a photograph to also most likely take it from this perspective no matter if you're aware of it or not we can't really explain why this is exactly it seems people just lie again preferred to view things this way.

5.why so logical:
Some of you watching this money to yourself I saw quite logical self-aware type of person I know only do so when you make a somewhat larger decision you carefully think it through and consider everything before making up your mind box research shows that although you want to think that your decision making is a conscious deliberate process it's not. For example let's say you want to buy a new TV you can see their decisive the TV that works best in your room the range of TV brands you're willing to buy from price versus quality whether you should get a Blu ray player and so on and so on but the thinks it passed the biggest impact on what TV you end up buying happens unconsciously things such as what almost all the people buying or am I the type of person who always has the newest technology where my more known to go for shock value like getting one hundred twenty inch TV this is why we can sometimes feel like we know what is the right thing to do as in trusting your gut to because unconsciously you've already made up your mind.
6.Mirror neurons:

Have you ever been in a situation where your, for example, listening to someone explaining something or showing you how to do something and without thinking about it you start to imitate those movements whether you have or not it's something our brains learn to do from a very early age just watching other people doing stuff because of some of the same neurons in your brain at the fire as if you were actually doing those same things yourself these are appropriately called mirror or a neurons. Mirror mirror mirror mirror the same thing happens with empathy when you try to empathize with someone we are literally experiencing what others are feeling through these mirror neurons...

7. Make happy first:
If you want someone to try something new and different it'll work best if you make them happy first studies have shown that when people are sad or scared the one what is familiar bought when we are happy were much more likely to try something new and are not as concerned of what is and isn't familiar this ties in with the fact that when we're sad or scared we feel much more vulnerable compared to when we're happy and dust you might feel that you need to protect yourself even if that new thing you're scared off is a new type of serial.

8. Don't forget:
Among my family and friends I wouldn't say I'm really known to have the best store most accurate memory all of the time but here is something I can at least use in my own defense memories are not stored like a movie or image like it would be on the hard drive that is ready for use whenever you need it instead the memories are actually reconstructed every single time we think of them but this reconstruction sometimes get similar events make stop and sometimes even make stuff up for example imagine this if you spend time with the same friend at school almost every day when you remember something from a day where he wasn't actually there the reconstructed memory might think he wants because he usually this to you that memory makes total sense and it will seem just as real as their regional events so in a sense your brain reconstructs the memory you were trying to remember in the way he thinks would be most logical but not necessarily the most accurate this is why the testimony of eyewitnesses of crime scenes can many times differed greatly.

One thing to keep in mind about well everything I've talked about in this content and a lot of the research you'll find about psychology overall is the most of it is being tested on the western audiences or western I mean you mean the U. S. and Europe why this matter is because another study showed that the way we think is different depending on what culture we come from it showed for example that's when presenting different images to people around the world people from Asia focused on the surroundings and things in the background while people from the west focused on the main or dominant foreground objects and looking at the brain patterns while performing several of these tests revealed that our way of thinking is very different in many ways the point is that the study revealed that not only are our culture's different but because of our culture we also think differently no wonder people can't get along.

10. progressive disclosure:
This is a facet term that is used in the field of psychology to refer to providing information and increasing chunks of size and complexity we can only process a small amount of information at a time and thus we actually prefer or when for example takes this divided into paragraphs compared to just a wall of text...

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