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Power of Suggestion

Original story at The Chronicle of Higher Education• 3 mentions • 1 year ago

The Chronicle of Higher Education 1 year ago

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A framed print of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" hangs above the moss-green, L-shaped sectional in John Bargh's office on the third floor of Yale University's Kirtland Hall. Hieronymus Bosch's famous triptych imagines a natural environment that is like ours (water, flowers) yet not (enormous spiked and translucent orbs). What precisely the 15th century Dutch master had in mind is still a mystery, though theories abound. On the left is presumably paradise, in the middle is the world, and on the right is hell, complete with a knife-faced monster and human-devouring bird devil.

 
 
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31 Jan
Jon Brock @DrBrocktagon
If you haven't read already, this article on John Bargh, and the replication crisis in social psychology is fantastic http://t.co/vQzph2A1
31 Jan
BPS Research Digest @ResearchDigest
The human story behind the serious doubts plaguing the field of priming research in psychology: http://t.co/IgJHe38a Superb by @tebartl
31 Jan
Bradley Voytek @bradleyvoytek
Social psych beatings continue. Excellent @chronicle article on priming http://t.co/61xMLEdQ (with nice @edyong209 mention, via @ceptional)