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Understanding Genetic Fallacy With Examples in a Really Easy Way
If you ever lost an argument in your social circle due to being ignorant of the origins of the subject, then you have been subject to genetic fallacy.
The Pareidolia Phenomenon: Explained With Significant Examples
Pareidolia is a tendency of the human mind to perceive insignificant stimuli as being meaningful. In this PsycholoGenie post, we will go a little
Sense and Understand the Thin Line Between Feelings and Emotions
Emotions and feelings, though a risky territory, make life beautiful and meaningful. They are like the essence of living. Can you imagine a life
An In-depth Understanding of Imaginary Audience With Apt Examples
Though the term imaginary audience seems a bit eerie, it is a psychological state that is mostly seen in adolescents and is perfectly normal.
The ‘Neither Hate Nor Love’ Self-perception Theory With Examples
The definition of self-perception asserts that attitude development takes place with self-behavioral observations. This PsycholoGenie write-up will
The Benjamin Franklin Effect Explained
Request someone to do you a favor, and they will begin to like you more. Sounds contradictory? This is what is dubbed as the Benjamin Franklin effect
Vital Characteristics and Examples of Naturalistic Intelligence
Naturalistic intelligence is related to how we connect and adjust to our natural surroundings. This PsycholoGenie post highlights the characteristics
Embrace Reality With These Simple Ways to Overcome Escapism
Fantasy. Daydreaming. Resting. Rusting. Ignoring and avoiding. Fleeing. These are all kinds of escapism. If you've fallen prey to it, this