The Psychology of Squid Game: The Challenge (2023) | Netflix Reality Competition Show Analysis

About Squid Game: The Challenge Yes, we are all waiting for Squid Game’s second season, and no, this new TV show wasn’t it, even though many viewers, and even some publications, have treated it as such – I have no idea why, but the online reviews quite frequently mention that expectation and the subsequent disappointment. […]

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Bryan Kohberger: Cameras In The Courtroom, Jury Pool, and Transparency | Idaho College Murders Case

The latest updates in the Idaho College Murders case are that Bryan Kohberger waived his right to a speedy trial and that his defense team filed a motion to remove cameras from the courtroom. This means that the trial is postponed indefinitely and that when it happens, we may not even get to see it.

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Bryan Kohberger: Black Suit vs. Orange Jumpsuit | Court Appearance Analysis | Idaho College Murders Case

Many were surprised to see defendant Bryan Kohberger, the sole suspect in the murders of four Idaho college students, walk into court wearing a black suit and tie instead of the orange jumpsuit, for several of the hearings preceding the criminal trial. Some commentators were outraged, and argued that someone charged with murder should not

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Bryan Kohberger: Innocence, Reasonable Doubt, and Critical Thinking | Idaho College Murders Case

The trial against Bryan Kohberger, the sole suspect in the murders of four Idaho college students, is set to start on October 2nd. Determining whether Kohberger is guilty or not is not as straightforward of a process as some individuals who already made up their minds based on incomplete data would want you to believe.

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SKEPTIC’s REVIEW: U.S. Congress Hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena | July 2023

The Premise Expectations were high in the UFO-believers’ community regarding the July 26 U.S. Congress hearing titled “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency“. But, just like every other event that was supposed to bring about the much-awaited “we’ve made contact with the aliens” disclosure, the hearing failed to produce

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The Psychology Behind “Barbenheimer”

The Pink and the Black. Two very different movies, same release day. An online phenomenon was born. “Barbenheimer” is the term created by internet users to label the rivalry between Greta Gerwig’s Barbie and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, both released on July 21st. A bubbly comedy versus a dark biopic. Barbie’s pink world versus the darkness created by Oppenheimer’s atomic bomb. Opposites

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SKEPTIC’s REVIEW: “Stutz” (2022) | NETFLIX Documentary | Movie Analysis

The Premise Jonah Hill’s documentary “Stutz” is an insight into the psychological practice of Dr. Phil Stutz. It shows the main techniques, called Tools, used by him throughout the years to help patients live healthier, happier lives. The kicker is that Stutz is Hill’s long-time therapist, and the focus of the documentary quickly shifts from

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