My man, you better not cave.
Thread: Random Thought Thread
05-04-2016, 12:54 PM #63211
05-04-2016, 01:25 PM #63212
- Join Date
- Jul 2015
- 729 sp/so
- IEE Fi
Everytime I get inspired to make a video of myself in the likeness of @Hard and @whatever videos, I happen to be at work! Then, when I get home, I'm too tired to do one. Maybe this weekend will work...
Ugh, this is what happens when you make decisions based on how you feel, I can't just say I'll do one for sure this weekend, because if I'm not in the mood to do it at the time, it's just not going to happen, period.
05-04-2016, 01:35 PM #63213
uh...maybe I am IEI after all...i don't know4w3-7w6-9w1 so/sx
05-04-2016, 01:53 PM #63214
05-04-2016, 02:01 PM #63215
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05-04-2016, 08:18 PM #63217
05-04-2016, 08:52 PM #63218
05-04-2016, 09:31 PM #63219
Do you ever wonder the personality type you have is the one you always wanted more than the rest? Even if you're not conscious of it.
Some days I wish I could wake up and be a stereotypical basic bitch ISFJ girl.
Lol and I bore this one chick (I bet she's boring herself) when I use big words in my sentence. Like I used the word "reproduce" as in to "reproduce a name under a formula after learning the concepts"
She went yeahyeahyeah trying to shut me up. Lol. And you're the person who's taking o Chem and a single big word sentence bores you? Wow.
05-05-2016, 01:52 AM #63220
- Join Date
- Sep 2009
- 9w1 sx/sp
- EII Fi
I've been reading about the emotional field of vision.
When handed their babies at the midline of their body, most mothers will instinctively hold the child to the left side of their body. This goes for both right- and left-handed mothers. The right-handed mothers most likely will claim it's to keep their dominant hand free, while the left-handed mothers will more likely claim that it's to keep their child supported with their strongest arm.
Studies on our reactions to emotional stimuli in our peripheral field of vision suggest that right hemisphere dominance is involved. We are much more likely to receive emotional visual cues from our left visual field than we are our right.
I wonder if this is somehow related to my habit of cocking my head to right when I'm studying a film/picture.
Lateralized discrimination of emotional scenes in peripheral vision (2015)
Emotional Facial Expression Detection in the Peripheral Visual Field (2011)
Affective priming of emotional pictures in parafoveal vision: left visual field advantage (2008)