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Manipulations et dévoiement de la stratégie sont intrinsèquement liés à la culture du résultat. Pour y remédier, Il n'est d'autre solution que de passer d'une logique de la récompense et de l'évaluation à une logique de la responsabilité et du contrat.
This article introduces Goodhart's law, provides a few examples, tries to explain an origin for the law and lists out a few general mitigations. Goodhart's law states that once a social or economic measure is turned into a target for policy, it will lose any information content that had qualified it to play such a role in the first place. wikipedia The law was named for its developer, Charles Goodhart, a chief economic advisor to the Bank of England.
Pole has a master’s degree in statistics and another in economics, and has been obsessed with the intersection of data and human behavior most of his life.
I remember I was on some antibiotic or combination of antibiotics and something. It was having weird effects.
You want to be persuasive. The power to influence people to get what you want is sometimes all it takes to be successful.
Psychology as we know it is a relatively young science, but since its inception it has helped us to gain a greater understanding of ourselves and our interactions with the world.
On s’imagine souvent que lorsque l’on décide quelque chose, on le fait en connaissance de cause et de manière rationnelle. En réalité les chercheurs en psychologie expérimentale ont montré de nombreuses fois que nos décisions sont souvent très influencées par des éléments que l’on ne soupçonne pas .
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terminology - What is the term for human beings' tendency to obey without thinking? - Cognitive Sciences Beta - Stack ExchangeI'm wanting to read more about a certain human behavior, but I am not sure what the proper term for it is, so some of the things I am finding aren't what I am looking for.
Interesting stuff. I still like this guy's take on it: [www.youtube.com] starting at around 36:00. He points out that we've actually known about this idea for a very long time:
But it's easy to be an atheist if you have had an easy, sheltered, or otherwise emotionally stable life. When some people have been beset with loss, unfairness, and emotional damage they will struggle and grasp for any type of comfort, be it drugs, self-delusional behavior, or some supportive structure such as religion.
Par Janlou Chaput, Futura-Sciences
Apr. 2, 2012 — When we try to put ourselves in someone else's shoes, we usually go all the way, assuming that they feel the same way we do.
Routines are made up of a three-part "habit loop": a cue, a behavior and a reward. Understanding and interrupting that loop is key to breaking a habit, says journalist Charles Duhigg.
Just as altruism isn’t unique to humans, neither is taking advantage of another’s altruism. In any given group dynamic, there will be those who would try to game the system to their advantage—and they would be wise to do it. Social slime mold such as D. purpureum and D. discoideum are prized for their role as model organisms , and through them, the mechanics of cheating behavior have been studied extensively*.