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Roy Hunter wrote:Top class, Roland! It will take me a while to plough through it all, but a brief skim of it reveals dodgy methodology, cherry-picking evidence, blatant experimenter bias, and just a touch of psychoticism. Excellent work all round!
Ravi Oli wrote:Oim reedin' me seryal box - grippin' literitchure that it be - an' tis sayin' yee ken get any certyfakashun yee wont by postin' in 3 o' thee coopon thingies. Ken yee be hexplaynin' then thee bennyfits o' roitin' a long winded tale fer yer certyfakate wen Oi ken gets wot Oi need fer thee smawl hextra cost o' a stamp??
Psychoticism is an aspect of the personality, which is roughly defined as the predisposition of the person to psychotic-type behaviour (not actually having a full-blown psychotic episode yourself). It was popularised by Hans Eysenck as part of his personality questionnaire the P-E-N (Psychoticism, Extraversion (sic), Neuroticism). The questionnaire was later expanded to include Social Desirability, or if you prefer, Lying.Roland Deschain wrote:EDIT: Psychoticism?
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