Tag: Watson

RIGHT TED’S DEAD….

“A LIE’S TRUE POWER CANNOT BE ACCURATELY MEASURED BY THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IT’S DECEPTION WHEN IT IS TOLD, IT MUST BE MEASURED BY THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE, WHO WILL GO OUT AFTER HEARING IT, TRYING TO CONVINCE OTHERS OF IT’S TRUTH” – DENNIS SHARPE.   Politics is a dirty business, and anybody […]

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN….

“There is more to a seat in Parliament, than just sitting on your arse” – Billy Bragg I have given the article linked below, ample time to filter onto the relevant blogs and social networks for a few days before commenting. As expected, the Twitterati, (The domain of the Dumb and the home of the […]

LITTLE ALBERT….

In 1920, in the early days of psychology (Freud had only stopped prescribing cocaine to his patients a couple decades earlier), a man by the name of John B. Watson did an ‘experiment’ to prove that fear was a learned behaviour. So what better way to find out than to condition a 11-month old baby […]

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