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  • I’m going to show you this afternoon that you don’t really know what you think you know.
  • I’m going to show you this afternoon that you don’t really know what you think you know.
  • First, we can only take in a small amount of information that reaches our senses. Not only do physical conditions intervene, but historically, our survival depended on our focusing only on the most important phenomena.

    READ WAR OF GHOSTS ACTUAL AND FINAL
    SLIDE OF ASIAN MASK
  • First, we can only take in a small amount of information that reaches our senses. Not only do physical conditions intervene, but historically, our survival depended on our focusing only on the most important phenomena.

    READ WAR OF GHOSTS ACTUAL AND FINAL
    SLIDE OF ASIAN MASK
  • First, we can only take in a small amount of information that reaches our senses. Not only do physical conditions intervene, but historically, our survival depended on our focusing only on the most important phenomena.

    READ WAR OF GHOSTS ACTUAL AND FINAL
    SLIDE OF ASIAN MASK
  • POST-EVENT- Language: “crash” vs “hit”’ Information: family feud wedding; hitler
    PRE-EVENT (expectations based on memory) – Students disrupting class; hunters
  • Non-conscious biases that allow us to respond instantaneously to situations because they carry a good or a bad feelings.
    Emotional tag tells us how our body responded to a particular event. If the feelings were good (endorphins) then the event carries a positive emotional tag that will make it more likely that the behavior will be reproduced. Emotional tag is literally a map of what was goin g on in oiur body during the evnt.

    We’ll talk more about emotions and rapid responses
  • Non-conscious biases that allow us to respond instantaneously to situations because they carry a good or a bad feelings.
    Emotional tag tells us how our body responded to a particular event. If the feelings were good (endorphins) then the event carries a positive emotional tag that will make it more likely that the behavior will be reproduced. Emotional tag is literally a map of what was goin g on in oiur body during the evnt.

    We’ll talk more about emotions and rapid responses
  • Non-conscious biases that allow us to respond instantaneously to situations because they carry a good or a bad feelings.
    Emotional tag tells us how our body responded to a particular event. If the feelings were good (endorphins) then the event carries a positive emotional tag that will make it more likely that the behavior will be reproduced. Emotional tag is literally a map of what was goin g on in oiur body during the evnt.

    We’ll talk more about emotions and rapid responses
  • Neurons (through event representations) carry NO CONTENT, only the algorithm for the firing of neurons simultaneously. Like the FIRING OF PIXELS on your TV. I”LL EXPLAIN MORE ON THIS. So lets ook at what happens to create the memories we have.
  • Neurons (through event representations) carry NO CONTENT, only the algorithm for the firing of neurons simultaneously. Like the FIRING OF PIXELS on your TV. I”LL EXPLAIN MORE ON THIS. So lets ook at what happens to create the memories we have.
  • POST-EVENT- Language: “crash” vs “hit”’ Information: family feud wedding; hitler
    PRE-EVENT (expectations based on memory) – Students disrupting class; hunters
  • Just as particiants in the war oif the ghosts and asian mask studies mad meaning by fitting the story or picture into an existing organizing pattern.
  • Just as particiants in the war oif the ghosts and asian mask studies mad meaning by fitting the story or picture into an existing organizing pattern.
  • Just as particiants in the war oif the ghosts and asian mask studies mad meaning by fitting the story or picture into an existing organizing pattern.
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • This pattern makes the most sense as a circle, so the brain perceives a circle, but in reality it’s just dotd. The brain fills in the rest.
  • Our current way of thinking is based on assumptions that are grossly erroneous.
  • Our current way of thinking is based on assumptions that are grossly erroneous.
  • Our current way of thinking is based on assumptions that are grossly erroneous.
  • Our current way of thinking is based on assumptions that are grossly erroneous.
  • 1. Allport 1942 Subway
    2. Loftus 1970s
    Car crash
    Recovered memories
  • Logic is nothing more than the rules that govern the processes inside the constructed universe. There is no right or wrong logic no more than there is a right or wrong taste for mashed potatoes.
  • Sufi story
  • Non-positional thinking is an ideal. As long as we live within our constructed universe being guided by schemas we will never be non-positional. However, in striving for it we become powerful thinkers.
  • Non-positional thinking is an ideal. As long as we live within our constructed universe being guided by schemas we will never be non-positional. However, in striving for it we become powerful thinkers.
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • Logic is nothing more than the rules that govern the processes inside the constructed universe. There is no right or wrong logic no more than there is a right or wrong taste for mashed potatoes.
  • Logic is nothing more than the rules that govern the processes inside the constructed universe. There is no right or wrong logic no more than there is a right or wrong taste for mashed potatoes.
  • Logic is nothing more than the rules that govern the processes inside the constructed universe. There is no right or wrong logic no more than there is a right or wrong taste for mashed potatoes.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • In the end, you only know what is in your constructed universe. You constructed universe is NOT the world.Courage means acting according to what you’ve learned even if it means discomfort.
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • Curiosity is the desire to find out what it is we might not know….
  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.

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  • Imagine our prehistoric forebears on the savannah. They see something move in the grass. Some thought YIKES, a lion, and ran. Some thought, hmm, something moved, I wonder what it is. I’ll go investigate. Which ones do you suppose survived to pass on their genes? So we think the way we think because it worked in pre-historic times. Note: Schemas help us bypass slow and cumbersome cognitive processes and allow us to make instantaneous decisions, allowing us to excape lige threatening situations. Moveent in the grass.
     
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • Curiosity is the desire to find out what it is we might not know….
  • Curiosity is the desire to find out what it is we might not know….
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.

    CONGRESS STREET BATS
  • Non-positional thinking is an ideal. As long as we live within our constructed universe being guided by schemas we will never be non-positional. However, in striving for it we become powerful thinkers.
  • Non-positional thinking is an ideal. As long as we live within our constructed universe being guided by schemas we will never be non-positional. However, in striving for it we become powerful thinkers.
  • Curiosity is the desire to find out what it is we might not know….
  • The way we think about things is often more important than the things themselves.
  • What do I think is so? This is tricky. We think we know what we think but it’s important to break it into all of its components. Ex: I think the job isn’t getting done. I think joe is stupid. I think joe has bad intentions. Etc.
  • Curiosity is the desire to find out what it is we might not know….
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