By now you’ve probably heard of “psychopaths,” which is a term used to describe people who have a tendency to have a lack of empathy and empathy for others, a lack.
But is this a real thing?
Are psychopaths really people who think of themselves as psychopaths, or is it more like a “fake-psychopath syndrome” or “perception syndrome”?
And how to get rid of the fake-psychopathy syndrome and real-psychopathic syndrome?
Read more:In the latest episode of the new podcast of The Consciousness Psychology podcast, the podcast hosts discuss the concept of “perceptual awareness,” which explains how you feel when you are experiencing a specific experience, but the sensation you experience is not the same as you experienced it.
“We all have a little bit of an illusion that we can’t actually perceive our own experience.
That’s what perception is, that’s how we perceive ourselves,” said psychologist Rachel Tannenbaum, co-author of “The Consciousness Perception Syndrome,” in a press release.
“Perceptual Awareness Syndrome describes people who are unable to identify with their own perceptual awareness, and are unable, in fact, to see their own perceptions, or their own experience as perceivable.
We don’t know if this is real or not, but it is something we need to think about.”
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