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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Ashish Kulkarni tagged psychology

The application of programming specific processes and habits to the everyday is where peril lies. The same traits that make you a great programmer can make you an awkward, misunderstood and miserable human being.

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Experts suffer from knowing too much: the more facts one has, the more they can be enlisted in support of pet theories and more chains of causation can be found beguiling. Also, the future is seen to be indeterminate and the past as inevitable.

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"Homophily" is the phenomenon where birds of a feather flock together, which creates a tight circle of self-similar recommendations that support individual prejudices. Breaking out of this circle creates serendipity: pleasantly surprising the user.

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A good discussion of top 5 reasons why people quit
1. Money
2. Work is not challenging
3. Too many challenges
4. Company atmosphere
5. The small stuff

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The effectiveness of groups, teamwork, collaboration, and consensus is largely a myth. In many cases, individuals do much better on their own .. groups often breed false confidence that leads to unsound decisions which no one would have made on their own.

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"Though the names change, the problems remain the same."
I've listed below the cast of characters that have been following me around for some years now. Coincidentally, there are exactly twenty six of them, one for each letter of the alphabet.

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hypothesis about the cognitive process that kicks into place when we tag an item, and how this differs than the process of categorizing. "the beauty of tagging is that it taps into an existing cognitive process without adding add much cognitive cost"

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classic article on human psychology for decision making. Quote: "You can go in to the board of directors and
get approval for building a billion dollar atomic power plant, but if you want to build a bikeshed you will
be tangled up in endless discussions."

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