The Power of Positivity | Brain Games


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  1. How living in a non supportive and destructive environment killed my ability to sing and chopped my ability to dream.
    I knew it, but the confirmation is pretty painful

  2. That is not negative reinforcement. It is positive punishment.

    Reinforcement strengthens a behavior.
    Negative, in the case of behavior change, means something affecting the behavior is removed.

    The boos were added, so that's positive.
    They did not strengthen the behavior, so that is not reinforcement, but punishment.

    Brain Games, please correct this error.

    It helps to think of the positive and negative in terms of charges. A positive charge has a plus sign. Plus means add. A negative charge has a minus sign. Minus means subtract or remove.

  3. He's using mental resources to inhibit his desire to savage the crowd, an unusual division of attention, which reduces motor control!

  4. Not to be a hater or disbeliever, but that is not necessarily causation, it may correlation. The more shots she takes, the better she gets, this is something normal

  5. That last shot was definitely missed on purpose, bball isnt a great way to demonstrate the point there're trying to make, personally I enjoy people doubting me when I shoot in practice or games, but maybe that's just me.

  6. This was an act but Some losers are so happy when they see successful people fail. It elevates them. It’s actually perverted.


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