cacotopia,kakotopia, or simply anti-utopia)
They wanted to be seen and heard. But now more importantly, they needed someone they could trust.
Is there a chemical in our brains that makes us trust others? And what determines when this does – or doesn’t – happen? Decades of research into the neuroscience of trust have answered some of these essential questions – and understanding it all can help you become a trusted expert on trust.
You want more than ever to give an impetus to your existence –
days of the snake intrude the year of rat…
there was a single introduction into humans and then human-to-human spread
The brain chemical oxytocin is our brain’s way of signaling trust.
But what if the brain detected synthetic from authentic?
The trust theoretically would be broken.
drug-eluting coronary artery stents
Would the exoskeleton hold?
they injected participants with synthetic oxytocin – and, sure enough, oxytocin was the cause: It significantly reduced the fear of trusting strangers.
4. Communism v Socialism
Watch the body language
5. Non-verbal ground zero
Can we separate non-verbal communication from a language?
6. Eye Gaze
Haptic perception, the process of recognizing objects through touch
Proxemics is one among several subcategories in the study of nonverbal communication, including haptics (touch), kinesics (body movement), vocalics (paralanguage), and chronemics (structure of time).
Rapidly Adapting: carry message about transient pressure changes on skin. connected to Miessner and Pacinian Corpuscles.
Pain serves an important adaptive function – it alerts the organism to potential tissue damage and compels withdraw of affected area from pain source.
We’ve never had a pandemic before. Her voice was almost breathless, like this was her opportunity for greatness
– instead of running from a communicable disease borne of zoonotic reflux – she embraced the possibility of invincible immunity.
Illustrators of acts-Adaptors of beliefs
Emblems of appreciation
A_delta: myelinated; fast responding; sharp, acute; thermal pain C-type: slow responding; building pain; mechanical; thermal; chemical
tone of voice, loudness, inflection and pitch
semantic content we want to communicate, about our identity and also about affective, psycho-social or physical attributes of the speaker.
Speaker’s states and traits signiﬁcantly affect the voice itself as well as speaking manner, syntax and semantic content.
Other gestures are arbitrary and related to culture
You’ve been talking about doing it for hours, days, months and now years yet you never do
chronemics (structure of time)
Thrive : they’re use of time
Communication based understanding- is there another kind?
Differ from situation to situation
That sounds arbitrary
Appropriate times for phone calls?
Interest and affection
Power and status
Action items that reveal our hidden selves —
Who wants to know?