Religious cult
In the sociological classifications of religious movements, a cult is a religious or social group with socially deviant or novel beliefs and practices. However, whether any particular group's beliefs ...
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David Bowie - 1984 A Foreshadowing Of Present Times
This is a completely new edit which I made from outtakes footage, of 'Dodo/1984'. Filmed in October 1973, it was the opening song of the NBC TV special 'The ...
Understanding the Conscious & Subconscious Mind with Bruce Lipton
Our thoughts have the power to determine our reality. To understand the working of the mind, we interviewed Dr Bruce Lipton, the stem cell biologist known for promoting the idea that genes and DNA can...
A look at the first ever mind-controlled bionic limb for amputees
Össur, a company based in Iceland, is currently making an innovative bionic limb for physically disabled people that can be controlled with the mind of the user. It might sound far-fetched but with th...
Magnetic Man: Miroslaw Magola. Psychokinesis: The power of the mind over matter.
This Magnetic man can stick objects to his body simply using thought-power. He defies gravity, moving heavy items from the floor to his body and then creates a force to keep them there. Miroslaw Mag...
Montauk Project Victim Speaks Out: Greys, Reptilians, Time Travel & Mind Control Experiments
Here's an interview with an individual named Andy Pero. I met Pero personally through Preston Nichols, author of several books about the Montauk Project which Nichols was personally involved in.
Mind-Control Parasite Kills Mice's Fear of Cats Permanently | LiveScience
A mouse parasite known as Toxoplasma gondii causes mice to lose their fear of felines even after the infection is cleared, suggesting it may be acting in a previously unknown way.
Mind control - Parasitic Mind Control
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Mind control - CIA Mind Control
During the Cold War, the CIA launched a highly classified program aimed at mastering the art of mind control. CIA Secret Experiments : MON MARCH 10 10P et/pt...
Sociological classifications of religious movements
Various classifications of religious movements have been proposed by scholars. In the sociology of religion, the most widely used classification is the church-sect typology. The typology states that ...
Anti-cult movement
The anti-cult movement (abbreviated ACM and sometimes called the countercult movement) opposes new religious movements (NRMs) that they characterize as cults. Sociologists David G. Bromley and Anson S...
Christian countercult movement
The Christian countercult movement is a social movement of certain Protestant evangelical and fundamentalist and other Christian ministries ("discernment ministries") and individual activists who opp...
Mind control
Mind control (also known as brainwashing, reeducation, coercive persuasion, thought control, or thought reform) is a theoretical indoctrination process which results in "an impairment of autonomy, an...
Cults and new religious movements in literature and popular culture
New religious movements and cults have appeared as themes or subjects in literature and popular culture, while notable representatives of such groups have produced a large body of literary works.
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Autosuggestion
Autosuggestion is a psychological technique that was developed by apothecary Émile Coué at the beginning of the 20th century.
Coué graduated with a degree in pharmacology in 1876 and worked as an ...
Publication bias
Publication bias is a bias with regard to what is likely to be published, among what is available to be published. Not all bias is inherently problematic – for instance, a bias against publishing lie...
Fundamental attribution error
In social psychology, the fundamental attribution error, also known as the correspondence bias or attribution effect, is people's tendency to place an undue emphasis on internal characteristics to exp...
Five techniques
The five techniques are illegal interrogation methods (originally acknowledged as torture) developed by the British security forces during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. They have been defined as p...
Stockholm syndrome
Stockholm syndrome, or capture-bonding, is a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defendin...
Inequity aversion
Inequity aversion (IA) is the preference for fairness and resistance to incidental inequalities. The social sciences that study inequity aversion include sociology, economics, psychology, anthropology...
Realism theory
Realism theory is the belief that many or most cognitive biases are not "errors", but instead logical and practical reasoning methods of dealing with the "real world". Inherent in it is the assumption...
Thought recording and reproduction device
A thought recording and reproduction device refers to any machine which is able to both directly record and reproduce, via a brain-computer interface, the thoughts, emotions, dreams or other neural/co...
Chelmsford Royal Commission
The Chelmsford Royal Commission (1988–1990), chaired by Justice John Patrick Slattery, was established by the New South Wales state government to investigate "Mental Health Services" in NSW. It came ...
Interrogation
Interrogation (also called questioning) is interviewing as commonly employed by law enforcement officers, military personnel, and intelligence agencies with the goal of eliciting useful information. I...
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Endowment effect
In behavioral economics, the endowment effect (also known as divestiture aversion) is the hypothesis that people ascribe more value to things merely because they own them. This is illustrated by the o...
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Group attribution error
The group attribution error is an attribution bias analogous to the fundamental attribution error in that it refers to people's tendency to believe either (1) that the characteristics of an individual...