The Method Section: What we Believe
00:00 – Intro
03:04 – Magenta isn’t real
04:02 – Superstitious behavior
07:16 – Trust
10:01 – Environmental responsibility and recycling
13:35 – Bargaining behavior and fairness
15:24 – Ending and outro
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Links from the show:
- VSauce Behaviour and Beliefs video
- How Implicit Beliefs Influence Trust Recovery (Haselhuln et al., 2010)
- The Influence of Individualism, Collectivism, and Locus of Control on Environmental Beliefs and Behavior (McCarty and Shrum, 2001)
- How materialism affects environmental beliefs, concern, and environmentally responsible behaviour (Kilbourne and Pickett, 2008)
- When Do Fair Beliefs Influence Bargaining Behavior? Experimental Bargaining in Japan and the United States (Buchan et al., 2004)
This week in The Method Section, Tom takes a look at what we believe and how it influences our perception and how we interact with the world. Superstitious behavior is a classic psychological experiment conducted by Skinner, but does it apply to humans? How do your perceptions of trust, the environment, and fairness alter how you act in certain situations? Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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