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Markov Inequality: A mental model

Markov Inequality is one of the most useful mental model I have ever come across. In my opinion, a good mental model not only helps us to draw good predictions (nice but not the most important thing), but it holds a mirror to our estimations and ideas. 281 more words

Mental Model

Menstrual phase as predictor of outcome after mild traumatic brain injury in women

Menstrual cycle phase and progesterone concentration at the time of mTBI affect 1-month quality-of-life and neurologic outcomes.

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POSERS Method - Outcomes Summary

To set the way to achieve good outcomes, try to follow the P.O.S.E.R.S. methodology:


Think of what you want rather than what you don’t want. 113 more words


Contribution of psychological trauma to outcomes after traumatic brain injury

The findings suggest that the cause of a TBI may assist in explaining some of the differences in the outcomes of people who have seemingly comparable injuries.

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The Archer

“When an archer is shooting for nothing he has all his skill.
If he shoots for a brass buckle he is already nervous.
If he shoots for a prize of gold… 319 more words

Vote Ballots, vote-computers and/or scanners, WHY !?

Vote Ballots, vote-computers and/or scanners.
In Belgium (europe, across the north sea from england/ireland) people may practice on the votecomputers.
Previous it went sour, south, bad, with the elections, long lines of waiting people, many vote pc’s with error or ‘frozen’. 613 more words

Reality Coaching