Tag Archives: psychology

Diego Fontanive on Critical Thinking and Psychobabble

by | February 15, 2018

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Diego Fontanive founded EOF. His background is in sociology, psychology, and critical thinking. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Most people would not disagree with the idea that they have the right way to look at the world. How does EOF as a project and as a set oft tools convince people that… Read more »

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by | February 3, 2018

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 27-Jan-2018 to 2-Feb-2018.

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by | September 23, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 16-Sep-2017 to 22-Sep-2017.

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by | January 7, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 31-Dec-2016 to 6-Jan-2017.

The Veritable Superpower Of Super-Recognition

by | June 14, 2015

The BBC has been impressing me lately with a series of articles called BBC Future. They’re well-written, seemingly well-informed explanations of topics in science and technology, many of which should be intriguing to skeptics if not specifically to atheists. A recent installment, by one Madhumita Venkataramanan, concerns so-called “super-recognizers” – individuals who have an abnormally… Read more »