Recent comment on Linked In discussion. We like their group discussions as place to exchange ideas.
These findings come from medical treatment and doctor-patient research. To borrow a phrase from politics, it’s not the evidence, stupid — it’s the narrative. Clients easily accept results they like and nitpick the evidence that they don’t. When clients encounter a finding they don’t like, they have a need to explain it away. How clients […]
Interesting brief findings from research on power……
Schematics of free will models.
Great recent lecture on cosmology and physics – our favorite hobby science. This is not business related, although there is a theoretical item which may be. Hint: “frozen accidents.” Could that describe business evolution now a days? We were at this lecture and asked the first question on evolution. His answer is actually quite ill-informed. […]
edited from blog: Questionable Motives “In the case of numbers, there is. And neuroscience is leading the way with evidence to back this up. Does the concept of a quantity we call ‘five’ – a non-changing idea of a quantity greater than four but fewer than six – exist independently of any one person thinking […]
By Jesse Bering (emphasis added) “…Decisions are made in accordance with physiology at the time which:– had arisen as a consequence of his unique developmental experiences– occurred within a particular cultural environment– in interaction with a particular genotype– inherited from particular parents– who inherited genetic variants of similar traits from their own particular parents ….ad […]