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Unless you track down an underlying pathology with a brain scan or sophisticated psychological test, the “cure” will always work because there is no disease.
GPT-2 had problems with biological, physical, psychological, and social reasoning, and a general tendency toward incoherence and non sequiturs.
I wanted to learn more, to see if it was really possible that mathematics and algorithms could ultimately be the future of more human, more psychological interactions.
Technology-facilitated violence is the most common type of intimate partner victimization, and it accompanies in-person psychological, physical and sexual violence.
In the kind of broadest brushstrokes, the idea that we do a lot of things to avoid psychological pain, I think he was spot on.
Part of the psychological mechanism underlying our work is that the mind was shaped by evolution to pay attention to risk.
De Angulo’s charity named Breeze of Hope provides free legal and psychological help to thousands of child victims in Bolivia.
The psychological stress of being in an elevated threat state can lead to biological responses like higher blood pressure and inflammation.
There’s a very hungry, very receptive audience for psychological books on positive psychology, emotions, love, relationships, infidelity.
To reproduce the impulse born of the thought—this is the aim of a psychological method.
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