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Today is January 20th, 2017. The first day of Donald Trump’s presidency and for most, the first day of the end of the world. We’ve constantly seen him belittle others on Twitter, condone sexual assault, and exert such grandiose assertions about multiple things (having the most diverse cabinet, bringing back jobs that have nothing to do with his position, and declaring himself so charming, that Mexico will listen to him to build a wall costing billions for no good reason, to name a few instances) that it is no wonder most label the “politician” as a psychopath. 856 more words
When cable network A&E announced that they were airing a documentary featuring members of the Klu Klux Klan passing down racist traditions to their children (aptly titled… 957 more words
We’ve all heard the terms “introvert”and “extrovert.” But what, scientifically speaking, makes introverts and extroverts the way they are?
Is it genetics?
Environmental factors? 299 more words
“Introvert” and “extrovert” aren’t just trendy buzzwords we use to describe ourselves on social media. They’re widely researched psychological terms in the scientific community.
Psychology professor Don Ryujin of Cal Poly says, “Introversion and extroversion are definitely traits, and probably universal.” 129 more words
Eye Tracking is a proven method for investigating tension and navigation behaviour. ASAP council member and senior research fellow of Nanyang Technological University Dr. Adam Charles Roberts uses this methodology in his current project where he tries to understand psychological effects of people working in windowless environments.