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I've only read one of Wilson's books G. Gurdjieff: The War Against Sleep , and that was many years ago. Having learnt more about Wilson since then, I'm not motivated to familiarize myself with his other publications. Substantial criticisms of Wilson have been made by others with far stronger claims to competence in this area. A good summary has been published in a recent blog post by independent writer, Kevin R. Shepherd , who has been writing critically about Wilson, and related figures, s I've only read one of Wilson's books G. Shepherd , who has been writing critically about Wilson, and related figures, since the late s.
See Colin Wilson posted January The actual case study part of this book is fascinating and detailed in a very digestible away. It's a real page turner as you take through a journey of sexual cultural and it's whole in soviet by analysing the lives of famous authors, scientists, psychologists and serial killers however the whole thing quickly fall part towards the last few chapters when the author wedges in pseudo psychology and pseudoscience.
Which was ironic since throughout the book criticises the more outlandish ideas about The actual case study part of this book is fascinating and detailed in a very digestible away.
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Which was ironic since throughout the book criticises the more outlandish ideas about evolution but fails to grasp that people might find ideas about magically energy fields outlandish in themselves. In my opinion this becomes an exercise on intellectual dishonesty by end which is a shame as the author has some very insightful ideas with the case study. That is, those who believed popular peers were engaging in these behaviors more in ninth grade were at higher risk, two years later in 11th grade, of engaging in the same behaviors. Those with higher perceptions of their popular peers' substance use at the outset in ninth grade had steeper increases of their own drug use over time, suggesting that these misperceptions contribute to risk behavior.
The implications are troubling, according to the study, which was published in November by the American Psychological Association. The powerful effects of perceived norms were also seen in a series of other studies by Cohen, Prinstein, and their colleagues, published by the APA in September. Using an experimental simulated chat room, the researchers found that high-schoolers were highly susceptible to the risky norms set by popular peers — even when these norms were experimentally manipulated, rather than real-life measures.
Moreover the ninth graders who thought their popular peers had high numbers of sex partners and who were highly susceptible to peer norms in this experimental chatroom were at the greatest risk of elevations in their risk behavior a year and a half later. A publication of Stanford's Office of University Communications.
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Stanford , California Skip to content. Menu Search form Search term. Adolescent misperceptions abound, Stanford researcher says Researchers at Stanford and UNC-Chapel Hill find that teens are influenced by "caricatures" of their peers' sex lives and drug use.
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