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Test Four: Personal Behavior Inventory

The “Personal Behaviour Inventory” is a 29 item, 5 point Likert scale test devised by a guy called Barry Collins.
You end up with a score for your Other-Direction, Inner Direction, Lack of Constrains on Behavior and Predictability of Behavior, all of which are independent of each other. 132 more words

Self-knowledge

My Reading List

One reason I gave myself a limited time for this quest is that the topic of goodness is ridiculously large. If I did nothing more than read the literature of morality, goodness, good vs. 413 more words

The Reading List

Emily Pronin on Bias

In March of 2008, at the Second Harvard Conference on Law and Mind Sciences, Situationist Contributor Emily Pronin presented her fascinating and important work in a talk titled “Implications of Personal and Social Claims and Denials of Bias.”  Below we have pasted the abstract and the four video segments of her presentation. 132 more words

Social Psychology

Emily Pronin on Bias

In March of 2008, at the Second Harvard Conference on Law and Mind Sciences, Situationist Contributor Emily Pronin presented her fascinating and important work in a talk titled “Implications of Personal and Social Claims and Denials of Bias.”  Below we have pasted the abstract and the four video segments of her presentation. 132 more words

Social Psychology

Asymmetric Introspection and Extrospection

Situationist Contributor Emily Pronin recently wrote a very helpful primer on her work on the difference between “How We See Ourselves and How We See Others… 155 more words

Social Psychology

Emily Pronin on the Situation of Bias

In March of 2008, at the Second Harvard Conference on Law and Mind Sciences, Situationist Contributor Emily Pronin presented her fascinating and important work in a talk titled “Implications of Personal and Social Claims and Denials of Bias.”  Below we have pasted the abstract and the four video segments of her presentation. 132 more words

Social Psychology