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#21 - He was. All I am saying is, this happens all the time in a sim… 05/04/2015 on MFW Mayweather "fights" 0
#11 - All these people getting mad a mayweather. And here I am, just…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/03/2015 on MFW Mayweather "fights" -2
#16 - John Cena (05/04/2015) [-]
grand father was a boxer, taught my dad, dad was a boxer, taught me. he was being a fucking pussy, all of us agree.
#21 - ataeru (05/04/2015) [-]
He was. All I am saying is, this happens all the time in a similar field.

Other than the fact it probably isn't your interest, you would probably be turned away how rampant the coward "tactic" is in the FGC. We all loathe it and all, but this isn't new.
#12 - John Cena (05/04/2015) [-]
YOU DON'T KNOW ME
#287 - I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in t…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/02/2015 on Tullips +1
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
#282 - I wouldn't know personally. However, if people are claiming to… 05/02/2015 on Tullips +3
#160 - Are you ******* with me right now? Are you seriously sc…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/02/2015 on Tullips -7
User avatar #281 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
Let me just break it down for you. There's a huge body of proof out there (which psychologyexplain offered to provide you) saying that forced cognitive dissonance can cause mental illness. This tulpa stuff is pretty obviously an example of forced cognitive dissonance. Ipso facto, tulpas can cause mental illness. It's really not rocket science.
#287 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in that single situation. The problem is replicating it for something new like whatever creating a tulpa is. Similar doesn't mean squat. Mercury used in hats back then caused people to go mad, however when refined, when it was used in vaccines it was harmless, worked as a catalyst. Of course if a vaccine had a large amount of mercury, then it may cause someone to go mad, however with his bullet analogy he does not refer to this, and has presented a flawed idea that similar=same, 1=1.1, etc. You know what's used in bullets? Lead, what is it also used in? Pencils.

What has been presented from him is nothing more than a theory. Clarification is especially needed in a medical field, and something that is as important as psychology. Because similar does not cut it. I hate to reference House, but it gets the point through. Lupus!

No matter if he likes it or not, because it is an unresearched topic he must go through the process of...
>asking what would happen if these individuals attempt to create a tulpa
>Do background research, which does not entirely rely on one or a set of sources that only describes one viewpoint.
>create an educated theory
>make a test, or in this case have someone go through the process of creating a tulpa
>analyze throughout the event
>evaluate it against hypothesis then redo the testing over and over and over again.
At only then, would he conclude his theory, perhaps equally likely something different, or perhaps a wide range of good and/or bad symptoms.

Even if it's ordinary symptoms when you're at the hospital, doctors run many tests in order to see if the patient has the right sickness, disease whatever. Hard to breath? Let me get you an inhaler.... Oh um wow... it's actually a hole in your lung. It's rare but the only reason why it happened is cause you're tall skinny and young. Good thing we didn't pump it with that huh? Primary spontaneous pneumothorax, look it up

It's nice that he has created a theory, and he MIGHT be correct. however what I have been trying to say for the nth time is what he has been saying this entire time is just a theory, nothing more nothing less. It can not be soundly proven either way unless he takes the time to do the full scientific process. Therefore he can warn at the possibility, but he can not be in the position to say with authority that what he says is absolute truth. For a person who has put up the personification of being a psychology expert, I expect better from him. I expect for him to know the ins and outs. I expect him to be an expert, and not someone who doesn't understand the processes behind psychological health. I'm sure you wouldn't want your doctor to not take your condition seriously by not giving proper tests, and give you the wrong meds. Now do you?

Why has this been such a hard thing to conceptualize? Look psychologyxplain, I don't care what you think about me, I don't care if you're screwing with me, and I really don't want to start another fight from explaining facts. But take this as constructive criticism and do more when you do your themed explanations. People look up to you, and if you honestly want to be in the field of mental health or atleast represent them as a supposed "expert", you have to be able to have clarity. You must acknowledge their process, use their terminology and be crystal clear about it. Otherwise, you're just a normal guy with WebMD.com on another tab.

Now neither of you, please do not respond again. I do not wish to explain in detail something you should honestly know again. Not even being arrogant here.
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
#130 - >I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/02/2015 on Tullips -6
User avatar #137 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
And yet you dodge how me asking how I'm ignoring the scientific method. Is this going anywhere?
#160 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
Are you fucking with me right now? Are you seriously screwing with me? Do you honestly know what I am even saying right now? You have the name "Psychologyxplain" and yet you don't know what the fuck what goes behind learning psychology? You don't know it's procedures? not even middle school science? For fucks sake.

I am not dodging, I'm telling you the simplest thing that you should have been drilled into your head assuming you have any sort of experience , then you keep dodging the scientific method and keep trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similarities. Do you even know how significant a theory is? it may not be fact yet, but it is still valued. IVE BEEN TELLING YOU AS IT'S AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO YOUR WELL VERSED INFORMATION, EVEN IF IT'S NOT 100% PROVEN. FOR FUCKS SAKE DUDE. you would be thrown out the lab within a second by how much you're resisting.

You honestly should know all of this, you honestly should. The reason why it's going no where is cause I'm just talking to a wall with a cant-do-wrong ego. I really hope you're just a random dude on the internet, cause it would be a shame if you where a college student trying for his degree in vain.
User avatar #281 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
Let me just break it down for you. There's a huge body of proof out there (which psychologyexplain offered to provide you) saying that forced cognitive dissonance can cause mental illness. This tulpa stuff is pretty obviously an example of forced cognitive dissonance. Ipso facto, tulpas can cause mental illness. It's really not rocket science.
#287 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in that single situation. The problem is replicating it for something new like whatever creating a tulpa is. Similar doesn't mean squat. Mercury used in hats back then caused people to go mad, however when refined, when it was used in vaccines it was harmless, worked as a catalyst. Of course if a vaccine had a large amount of mercury, then it may cause someone to go mad, however with his bullet analogy he does not refer to this, and has presented a flawed idea that similar=same, 1=1.1, etc. You know what's used in bullets? Lead, what is it also used in? Pencils.

What has been presented from him is nothing more than a theory. Clarification is especially needed in a medical field, and something that is as important as psychology. Because similar does not cut it. I hate to reference House, but it gets the point through. Lupus!

No matter if he likes it or not, because it is an unresearched topic he must go through the process of...
>asking what would happen if these individuals attempt to create a tulpa
>Do background research, which does not entirely rely on one or a set of sources that only describes one viewpoint.
>create an educated theory
>make a test, or in this case have someone go through the process of creating a tulpa
>analyze throughout the event
>evaluate it against hypothesis then redo the testing over and over and over again.
At only then, would he conclude his theory, perhaps equally likely something different, or perhaps a wide range of good and/or bad symptoms.

Even if it's ordinary symptoms when you're at the hospital, doctors run many tests in order to see if the patient has the right sickness, disease whatever. Hard to breath? Let me get you an inhaler.... Oh um wow... it's actually a hole in your lung. It's rare but the only reason why it happened is cause you're tall skinny and young. Good thing we didn't pump it with that huh? Primary spontaneous pneumothorax, look it up

It's nice that he has created a theory, and he MIGHT be correct. however what I have been trying to say for the nth time is what he has been saying this entire time is just a theory, nothing more nothing less. It can not be soundly proven either way unless he takes the time to do the full scientific process. Therefore he can warn at the possibility, but he can not be in the position to say with authority that what he says is absolute truth. For a person who has put up the personification of being a psychology expert, I expect better from him. I expect for him to know the ins and outs. I expect him to be an expert, and not someone who doesn't understand the processes behind psychological health. I'm sure you wouldn't want your doctor to not take your condition seriously by not giving proper tests, and give you the wrong meds. Now do you?

Why has this been such a hard thing to conceptualize? Look psychologyxplain, I don't care what you think about me, I don't care if you're screwing with me, and I really don't want to start another fight from explaining facts. But take this as constructive criticism and do more when you do your themed explanations. People look up to you, and if you honestly want to be in the field of mental health or atleast represent them as a supposed "expert", you have to be able to have clarity. You must acknowledge their process, use their terminology and be crystal clear about it. Otherwise, you're just a normal guy with WebMD.com on another tab.

Now neither of you, please do not respond again. I do not wish to explain in detail something you should honestly know again. Not even being arrogant here.
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
#104 - This isn't about you. This was never about you. What part of t…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/02/2015 on Tullips -9
User avatar #117 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
My "sob story"? What are you ON, brother. How does what I described lean away from the scientific method?
#130 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
>I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, and you choose to not only do your own research, but attack me in the process. That hurts, dude
>I've been around (as Psychexplain) back when there were only three of us, brother. I don't get paid to do this, I do it because I love each and every one of you on this website.
User avatar #137 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
And yet you dodge how me asking how I'm ignoring the scientific method. Is this going anywhere?
#160 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
Are you fucking with me right now? Are you seriously screwing with me? Do you honestly know what I am even saying right now? You have the name "Psychologyxplain" and yet you don't know what the fuck what goes behind learning psychology? You don't know it's procedures? not even middle school science? For fucks sake.

I am not dodging, I'm telling you the simplest thing that you should have been drilled into your head assuming you have any sort of experience , then you keep dodging the scientific method and keep trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similarities. Do you even know how significant a theory is? it may not be fact yet, but it is still valued. IVE BEEN TELLING YOU AS IT'S AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO YOUR WELL VERSED INFORMATION, EVEN IF IT'S NOT 100% PROVEN. FOR FUCKS SAKE DUDE. you would be thrown out the lab within a second by how much you're resisting.

You honestly should know all of this, you honestly should. The reason why it's going no where is cause I'm just talking to a wall with a cant-do-wrong ego. I really hope you're just a random dude on the internet, cause it would be a shame if you where a college student trying for his degree in vain.
User avatar #281 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
Let me just break it down for you. There's a huge body of proof out there (which psychologyexplain offered to provide you) saying that forced cognitive dissonance can cause mental illness. This tulpa stuff is pretty obviously an example of forced cognitive dissonance. Ipso facto, tulpas can cause mental illness. It's really not rocket science.
#287 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in that single situation. The problem is replicating it for something new like whatever creating a tulpa is. Similar doesn't mean squat. Mercury used in hats back then caused people to go mad, however when refined, when it was used in vaccines it was harmless, worked as a catalyst. Of course if a vaccine had a large amount of mercury, then it may cause someone to go mad, however with his bullet analogy he does not refer to this, and has presented a flawed idea that similar=same, 1=1.1, etc. You know what's used in bullets? Lead, what is it also used in? Pencils.

What has been presented from him is nothing more than a theory. Clarification is especially needed in a medical field, and something that is as important as psychology. Because similar does not cut it. I hate to reference House, but it gets the point through. Lupus!

No matter if he likes it or not, because it is an unresearched topic he must go through the process of...
>asking what would happen if these individuals attempt to create a tulpa
>Do background research, which does not entirely rely on one or a set of sources that only describes one viewpoint.
>create an educated theory
>make a test, or in this case have someone go through the process of creating a tulpa
>analyze throughout the event
>evaluate it against hypothesis then redo the testing over and over and over again.
At only then, would he conclude his theory, perhaps equally likely something different, or perhaps a wide range of good and/or bad symptoms.

Even if it's ordinary symptoms when you're at the hospital, doctors run many tests in order to see if the patient has the right sickness, disease whatever. Hard to breath? Let me get you an inhaler.... Oh um wow... it's actually a hole in your lung. It's rare but the only reason why it happened is cause you're tall skinny and young. Good thing we didn't pump it with that huh? Primary spontaneous pneumothorax, look it up

It's nice that he has created a theory, and he MIGHT be correct. however what I have been trying to say for the nth time is what he has been saying this entire time is just a theory, nothing more nothing less. It can not be soundly proven either way unless he takes the time to do the full scientific process. Therefore he can warn at the possibility, but he can not be in the position to say with authority that what he says is absolute truth. For a person who has put up the personification of being a psychology expert, I expect better from him. I expect for him to know the ins and outs. I expect him to be an expert, and not someone who doesn't understand the processes behind psychological health. I'm sure you wouldn't want your doctor to not take your condition seriously by not giving proper tests, and give you the wrong meds. Now do you?

Why has this been such a hard thing to conceptualize? Look psychologyxplain, I don't care what you think about me, I don't care if you're screwing with me, and I really don't want to start another fight from explaining facts. But take this as constructive criticism and do more when you do your themed explanations. People look up to you, and if you honestly want to be in the field of mental health or atleast represent them as a supposed "expert", you have to be able to have clarity. You must acknowledge their process, use their terminology and be crystal clear about it. Otherwise, you're just a normal guy with WebMD.com on another tab.

Now neither of you, please do not respond again. I do not wish to explain in detail something you should honestly know again. Not even being arrogant here.
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
#82 - As much as you understand similar psychological events N…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Tullips -3
User avatar #85 - psychologyxplain (05/01/2015) [-]
I can tell you that the conceptual theory behind this HAS been proven to be detrimental. I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, and you choose to not only do your own research, but attack me in the process. That hurts, dude. If I shoot you in the foot, it will cause a bullet hole. If I shoot you in the head, it'll leave a bullet hole. Evidence provided isn't simply constrained to a single scientific hypothesis. People who wish to explore, for example, why it is that humans are as dense as they are don't have to first prove gravity exists, they draw from similar experiences. You're trying to tell me that I can't say that causing your mind to undergo a process that is PROVEN to be detrimental to an individuals mental health when constantly occurring JUST because I haven't heard of this specific variance before? I've been around (as Psychexplain) back when there were only three of us, brother. I don't get paid to do this, I do it because I love each and every one of you on this website.
User avatar #353 - alucord (05/06/2015) [-]
Love you too man,

I appreciate your hard work
#104 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
This isn't about you. This was never about you. What part of the scientific method do you not understand? All you have been doing is trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similar examples.

BTW quit your special snowflake sob story and grow up, it's not going to make your theory any less or more credible.
User avatar #117 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
My "sob story"? What are you ON, brother. How does what I described lean away from the scientific method?
#130 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
>I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, and you choose to not only do your own research, but attack me in the process. That hurts, dude
>I've been around (as Psychexplain) back when there were only three of us, brother. I don't get paid to do this, I do it because I love each and every one of you on this website.
User avatar #137 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
And yet you dodge how me asking how I'm ignoring the scientific method. Is this going anywhere?
#160 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
Are you fucking with me right now? Are you seriously screwing with me? Do you honestly know what I am even saying right now? You have the name "Psychologyxplain" and yet you don't know what the fuck what goes behind learning psychology? You don't know it's procedures? not even middle school science? For fucks sake.

I am not dodging, I'm telling you the simplest thing that you should have been drilled into your head assuming you have any sort of experience , then you keep dodging the scientific method and keep trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similarities. Do you even know how significant a theory is? it may not be fact yet, but it is still valued. IVE BEEN TELLING YOU AS IT'S AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO YOUR WELL VERSED INFORMATION, EVEN IF IT'S NOT 100% PROVEN. FOR FUCKS SAKE DUDE. you would be thrown out the lab within a second by how much you're resisting.

You honestly should know all of this, you honestly should. The reason why it's going no where is cause I'm just talking to a wall with a cant-do-wrong ego. I really hope you're just a random dude on the internet, cause it would be a shame if you where a college student trying for his degree in vain.
User avatar #281 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
Let me just break it down for you. There's a huge body of proof out there (which psychologyexplain offered to provide you) saying that forced cognitive dissonance can cause mental illness. This tulpa stuff is pretty obviously an example of forced cognitive dissonance. Ipso facto, tulpas can cause mental illness. It's really not rocket science.
#287 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in that single situation. The problem is replicating it for something new like whatever creating a tulpa is. Similar doesn't mean squat. Mercury used in hats back then caused people to go mad, however when refined, when it was used in vaccines it was harmless, worked as a catalyst. Of course if a vaccine had a large amount of mercury, then it may cause someone to go mad, however with his bullet analogy he does not refer to this, and has presented a flawed idea that similar=same, 1=1.1, etc. You know what's used in bullets? Lead, what is it also used in? Pencils.

What has been presented from him is nothing more than a theory. Clarification is especially needed in a medical field, and something that is as important as psychology. Because similar does not cut it. I hate to reference House, but it gets the point through. Lupus!

No matter if he likes it or not, because it is an unresearched topic he must go through the process of...
>asking what would happen if these individuals attempt to create a tulpa
>Do background research, which does not entirely rely on one or a set of sources that only describes one viewpoint.
>create an educated theory
>make a test, or in this case have someone go through the process of creating a tulpa
>analyze throughout the event
>evaluate it against hypothesis then redo the testing over and over and over again.
At only then, would he conclude his theory, perhaps equally likely something different, or perhaps a wide range of good and/or bad symptoms.

Even if it's ordinary symptoms when you're at the hospital, doctors run many tests in order to see if the patient has the right sickness, disease whatever. Hard to breath? Let me get you an inhaler.... Oh um wow... it's actually a hole in your lung. It's rare but the only reason why it happened is cause you're tall skinny and young. Good thing we didn't pump it with that huh? Primary spontaneous pneumothorax, look it up

It's nice that he has created a theory, and he MIGHT be correct. however what I have been trying to say for the nth time is what he has been saying this entire time is just a theory, nothing more nothing less. It can not be soundly proven either way unless he takes the time to do the full scientific process. Therefore he can warn at the possibility, but he can not be in the position to say with authority that what he says is absolute truth. For a person who has put up the personification of being a psychology expert, I expect better from him. I expect for him to know the ins and outs. I expect him to be an expert, and not someone who doesn't understand the processes behind psychological health. I'm sure you wouldn't want your doctor to not take your condition seriously by not giving proper tests, and give you the wrong meds. Now do you?

Why has this been such a hard thing to conceptualize? Look psychologyxplain, I don't care what you think about me, I don't care if you're screwing with me, and I really don't want to start another fight from explaining facts. But take this as constructive criticism and do more when you do your themed explanations. People look up to you, and if you honestly want to be in the field of mental health or atleast represent them as a supposed "expert", you have to be able to have clarity. You must acknowledge their process, use their terminology and be crystal clear about it. Otherwise, you're just a normal guy with WebMD.com on another tab.

Now neither of you, please do not respond again. I do not wish to explain in detail something you should honestly know again. Not even being arrogant here.
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
#77 - Source? No seriously, source? Cause as weird as it is, trying …  [+] (14 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Tullips +2
User avatar #201 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe (05/02/2015) [-]
Dudes pulling shit out of his ass. It sounds like his idea of tulpa's comes from creepypasta. I've read the writings of people who do have them, and they usually go out of their way to clarify people like him are wrong. Saying it's the same as giving yourself a mental disorder isn't right. The people with them don't look at those people with mental disorders saying "Yeah, thats what I want"
#282 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I wouldn't know personally. However, if people are claiming to have a different experiences than what he was theorizing, then research seriously needs be done for further clarification.

Though with it being an individual experience with how they are and how they tackle the creation process, I imagine it would be a hard task to accomplish, replicate, and record. Not to mention the moral factor. So it may not be entirely possible.
User avatar #80 - psychologyxplain (05/01/2015) [-]
I know nothing of Tulpas, this is the first I've heard of them. I'm speaking from understanding the process that is being described. I can find you information and articles on Cognitive Dissonance and the detrimental side effects of forcing hallucinations on Oneself
#82 - ataeru (05/01/2015) [-]
As much as you understand similar psychological events No offense, but your credibility is very questionable especially with the rampant misuse of theme accounts . It is the first time you have heard of it, you nor actual psychologists have actually done the proper research behind it. You can only give a theory, nothing more nothing less.

Sorry for being a hard ass, but the scientific method is there for a reason. You can say it's not recommended, but a professional would be fired on the spot if s/he where to make assumptions and try to pass it off as truth without solid evidence. It's stuff like this that got anti-vax maniacs as far as they do now. I know it's not the same thing, but you should get the point
User avatar #85 - psychologyxplain (05/01/2015) [-]
I can tell you that the conceptual theory behind this HAS been proven to be detrimental. I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, and you choose to not only do your own research, but attack me in the process. That hurts, dude. If I shoot you in the foot, it will cause a bullet hole. If I shoot you in the head, it'll leave a bullet hole. Evidence provided isn't simply constrained to a single scientific hypothesis. People who wish to explore, for example, why it is that humans are as dense as they are don't have to first prove gravity exists, they draw from similar experiences. You're trying to tell me that I can't say that causing your mind to undergo a process that is PROVEN to be detrimental to an individuals mental health when constantly occurring JUST because I haven't heard of this specific variance before? I've been around (as Psychexplain) back when there were only three of us, brother. I don't get paid to do this, I do it because I love each and every one of you on this website.
User avatar #353 - alucord (05/06/2015) [-]
Love you too man,

I appreciate your hard work
#104 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
This isn't about you. This was never about you. What part of the scientific method do you not understand? All you have been doing is trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similar examples.

BTW quit your special snowflake sob story and grow up, it's not going to make your theory any less or more credible.
User avatar #117 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
My "sob story"? What are you ON, brother. How does what I described lean away from the scientific method?
#130 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
>I offered to give you articles pertaining to the matter, and you choose to not only do your own research, but attack me in the process. That hurts, dude
>I've been around (as Psychexplain) back when there were only three of us, brother. I don't get paid to do this, I do it because I love each and every one of you on this website.
User avatar #137 - psychologyxplain (05/02/2015) [-]
And yet you dodge how me asking how I'm ignoring the scientific method. Is this going anywhere?
#160 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
Are you fucking with me right now? Are you seriously screwing with me? Do you honestly know what I am even saying right now? You have the name "Psychologyxplain" and yet you don't know what the fuck what goes behind learning psychology? You don't know it's procedures? not even middle school science? For fucks sake.

I am not dodging, I'm telling you the simplest thing that you should have been drilled into your head assuming you have any sort of experience , then you keep dodging the scientific method and keep trying to sell a theory as truth cause of similarities. Do you even know how significant a theory is? it may not be fact yet, but it is still valued. IVE BEEN TELLING YOU AS IT'S AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO YOUR WELL VERSED INFORMATION, EVEN IF IT'S NOT 100% PROVEN. FOR FUCKS SAKE DUDE. you would be thrown out the lab within a second by how much you're resisting.

You honestly should know all of this, you honestly should. The reason why it's going no where is cause I'm just talking to a wall with a cant-do-wrong ego. I really hope you're just a random dude on the internet, cause it would be a shame if you where a college student trying for his degree in vain.
User avatar #281 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
Let me just break it down for you. There's a huge body of proof out there (which psychologyexplain offered to provide you) saying that forced cognitive dissonance can cause mental illness. This tulpa stuff is pretty obviously an example of forced cognitive dissonance. Ipso facto, tulpas can cause mental illness. It's really not rocket science.
#287 - ataeru (05/02/2015) [-]
I'm aware about this single example in an single instance in that single situation. The problem is replicating it for something new like whatever creating a tulpa is. Similar doesn't mean squat. Mercury used in hats back then caused people to go mad, however when refined, when it was used in vaccines it was harmless, worked as a catalyst. Of course if a vaccine had a large amount of mercury, then it may cause someone to go mad, however with his bullet analogy he does not refer to this, and has presented a flawed idea that similar=same, 1=1.1, etc. You know what's used in bullets? Lead, what is it also used in? Pencils.

What has been presented from him is nothing more than a theory. Clarification is especially needed in a medical field, and something that is as important as psychology. Because similar does not cut it. I hate to reference House, but it gets the point through. Lupus!

No matter if he likes it or not, because it is an unresearched topic he must go through the process of...
>asking what would happen if these individuals attempt to create a tulpa
>Do background research, which does not entirely rely on one or a set of sources that only describes one viewpoint.
>create an educated theory
>make a test, or in this case have someone go through the process of creating a tulpa
>analyze throughout the event
>evaluate it against hypothesis then redo the testing over and over and over again.
At only then, would he conclude his theory, perhaps equally likely something different, or perhaps a wide range of good and/or bad symptoms.

Even if it's ordinary symptoms when you're at the hospital, doctors run many tests in order to see if the patient has the right sickness, disease whatever. Hard to breath? Let me get you an inhaler.... Oh um wow... it's actually a hole in your lung. It's rare but the only reason why it happened is cause you're tall skinny and young. Good thing we didn't pump it with that huh? Primary spontaneous pneumothorax, look it up

It's nice that he has created a theory, and he MIGHT be correct. however what I have been trying to say for the nth time is what he has been saying this entire time is just a theory, nothing more nothing less. It can not be soundly proven either way unless he takes the time to do the full scientific process. Therefore he can warn at the possibility, but he can not be in the position to say with authority that what he says is absolute truth. For a person who has put up the personification of being a psychology expert, I expect better from him. I expect for him to know the ins and outs. I expect him to be an expert, and not someone who doesn't understand the processes behind psychological health. I'm sure you wouldn't want your doctor to not take your condition seriously by not giving proper tests, and give you the wrong meds. Now do you?

Why has this been such a hard thing to conceptualize? Look psychologyxplain, I don't care what you think about me, I don't care if you're screwing with me, and I really don't want to start another fight from explaining facts. But take this as constructive criticism and do more when you do your themed explanations. People look up to you, and if you honestly want to be in the field of mental health or atleast represent them as a supposed "expert", you have to be able to have clarity. You must acknowledge their process, use their terminology and be crystal clear about it. Otherwise, you're just a normal guy with WebMD.com on another tab.

Now neither of you, please do not respond again. I do not wish to explain in detail something you should honestly know again. Not even being arrogant here.
User avatar #288 - generaljosh (05/02/2015) [-]
lol
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User avatar #14 - YeYouKnoMe (01/13/2014) [-]
I like you, want to recommend some worthwhile animes?
#15 to #14 - ataeru (01/14/2014) [-]
What kind of genres are you looking for?
User avatar #16 to #15 - YeYouKnoMe (01/14/2014) [-]
Well I enjoy fantasy, super power. suspense.
I like most mainstream animes so I'm trying to extend what animes I'm watching, some animes I enjoyed, FMA, HxH, Log Horizon, SAO, I'm sort of new to the anime scene.
#20 to #16 - ataeru (01/15/2014) [-]
Pretty much what the other guy has said. Those are some good ones to get into, though I haven't watched 00. Personally I would suggest (if you can handle older shows) Zeta Gundam and 08th ms team. (though, I would watch the last 5-10 episodes of the original gundam to get a good hold on the backstory before watching Zeta)

For more superpower and fantasy, try out s-CRY-ed and Mondaiji tachi. Not sure how you would like Mondaiji, but I think it's pretty smart with it's lewd humor, I almost want to say it's parody like.

Kinda hard to say for suspense, since it's a rather broad idea. But Baccano, Psycho-Pass, Ergo Proxy, and Paranoia Agent should do that. Paranoia Agent is more horror/trippy. So if you're not looking for that kind of suspense, then skip it.

Hope that helps.
User avatar #21 to #20 - YeYouKnoMe (01/15/2014) [-]
I've watched mobile fighter g gundam
Which is the original gundam?
I've also seen s-cry-ed(I really enjoyed s-cry-ed) I've seen all the animes that aired on toonami/adult swim
I'll check out your other recommendations, I've got a fair list now
Thank you! You're awesome
#22 to #21 - ataeru (01/16/2014) [-]
No problem, have fun.
User avatar #17 to #16 - sao (01/14/2014) [-]
If you're new and wouldn't mind trying new things (mecha in this case), you should try out Code Geass or Mobile Suit Gundam 00. Great stories and entry level. For more fantasy or superpower you can try Yu Yu Hakusho, History's Strongest Disciple, Darker than Black, Index, all having different focuses (Demons, Martial Arts, Dark, Magic) . If there's anything more specific you're looking for, just say it.
User avatar #19 to #17 - YeYouKnoMe (01/14/2014) [-]
thanks
User avatar #18 to #17 - YeYouKnoMe (01/14/2014) [-]
I'll check those out, I also enjoyed black butler
User avatar #4 - semenslurpinglily ONLINE (09/25/2013) [-]
I lik you
#6 to #4 - ataeru (09/25/2013) [-]
Well thank you for your words.

however I have played MGQ and given your profile picture, I do not wish .. progress... any further.
#7 to #6 - ataeru (09/25/2013) [-]
Dang, the message keeps on deleting "to" in "wish .."
User avatar #8 to #7 - semenslurpinglily ONLINE (09/25/2013) [-]
Shhh, just come.
#9 to #8 - ataeru (09/25/2013) [-]
Thanks, but no thanks. I like my body the way that it is, not covered in flowers, vines, and such.
User avatar #10 to #9 - semenslurpinglily ONLINE (09/25/2013) [-]
Fine, but Lily will remain, if you change your mind. And Lily will slurp your semen!
#11 to #10 - ataeru (09/25/2013) [-]
Perhaps if you were a yeti-girl or another monster girl that won't trap me, convert, or consume my body, I would be more inclined.

But since that's not the case, I hope you're ready to wait a long long time.
User avatar #12 to #11 - semenslurpinglily ONLINE (09/25/2013) [-]
Well, at least fap to trees.
#13 to #12 - ataeru (09/25/2013) [-]
As long as it doesn't kill, trap, nor convert me, I don't see why not.
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