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I believe you yourself know that the easiest estimation about other human's personality is just us imagining being them. We even say "If I were you", "On your place I'd...". If you don't know the other human the best you can do is to act upon him as you'd like him to act upon you. I can't see anything more related. Maybe your question would be better if you ...


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I might think that the reasons to behave in some way or other lies on every person individually; although we have similar basis. E.g. for the first example, the situation of the company could be an enhancing factor for this psychological bias, because we are programmed to be competitive against our own species members (Because of natural selection), and a ...


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The article you link to is fairly comprehensive, and probably already answers your questions. Dissociative Identity Disorder is no longer referred to as multiple personality disorder. This is a highly misunderstood disorder, and involves many possible symptoms besides the appearance of "alters". "The diagnosis itself remains controversial among mental ...


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Like all models and modeling frameworks, the utility of the approach is often tied to how much it increases our understanding of the phenomena of interest. As summarized nicely by Smith & Thelen (2003), there are developmental questions that are better conceptualized through the framework of DST than through alternative modeling frameworks due to the ...



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