3+ Concepts That Explain Youtube Today

A study led by Andrew Tsou shows that the same TED videos on a different platform yield a dissimilarity in the comment section. The study shows that 72% of the comments on ted.com were relevant to the actual content, compared to Youtube that was only 57%. As I expected, the number of insults about TED … Continue reading 3+ Concepts That Explain Youtube Today

4 Disturbing Insights that I Grasp from Psychology & Behavioural Economics

This is maybe not a good way to say it, but after learning it for quite a while, there are a couple of disturbing insights that we need to know about our psychology and mental process. Just a little disclaimer, all the things I wrote below is only from my point of view, and I … Continue reading 4 Disturbing Insights that I Grasp from Psychology & Behavioural Economics

Why Don’t We Act On Global Warming/Climate Change [Psychological Perspective]

Global warming is happening everywhere on the earth. It’s undeniable that the world is getting warmer every day. Since the late 19 centuries, scientists and government had warned us about this phenomenon and how we should act on it. Campaigns after campaigns have been made to make us aware and do something to make it … Continue reading Why Don’t We Act On Global Warming/Climate Change [Psychological Perspective]

How Empath Work & How It Became Viral

Empath is a person that capable to perceive, to feel, and to be affected by other people’s emotions. Even though the empath doesn’t go through the same event or condition. This power often accompanied by a spiritual experience. Nowadays, empath is becoming one of the trending topics among social media and the internet. Here is … Continue reading How Empath Work & How It Became Viral

How Our Mind Defaultly Built For Supporting & Defending Group Racism/Discrimination

Recent events, shown that racism and discrimination could cause many unethical acts and even wars. Usually, those events are triggered by groups of people that provoking hate speech and disrespect acts toward another group. The acts and wars could be between groups of religions, races, ethnic, and communities. Basically, the title of this post expresses … Continue reading How Our Mind Defaultly Built For Supporting & Defending Group Racism/Discrimination

How Internet Endorse The Delusionality Of Conspiracy Theorists [From psychological perspectives part 3]

Nowadays, there are tons and tons conspiracy theories out there. It almost feels like everyone became a conspiracy theorist. Now, if you have time to do so, go ahead open your search engine and search the conspiracy theories for any popular brand that you have in mind, and you will find out that almost every … Continue reading How Internet Endorse The Delusionality Of Conspiracy Theorists [From psychological perspectives part 3]

Why Clowns Are Creepy & How Hollywood Made It Worse By Classical Conditioning

Nowadays, there is a big negative stigma of clowns. Clowns are associated with psychopaths (even the own term psychopath is not accurate), killer, scary, and frightening. But why people scared of clowns? There are 2 main answers. The first one is the clown itself that is creepy, the second is the classical conditioning process that done … Continue reading Why Clowns Are Creepy & How Hollywood Made It Worse By Classical Conditioning

How The Mandela Effect Works? [Psychological reasons that makes sense]

Do you know that Darth Vader never says “Luke, I am your father.” He actually says, “No, I am your father.” Do you know that Curious George never had any tail, or do you know that Oreo double stuff spelled with one “f” (double stuf)? That what people called the Mandela effect. The Mandela effect … Continue reading How The Mandela Effect Works? [Psychological reasons that makes sense]