There is no evidence for the existence of human races.
There is no evidence for biological differences between the sexes.
I will trust a person that states:
"I think the sky is brown."
more than a person that counters with:
"The sky is certainly not brown, it is gray, because we have not seen it."
Yes, and that is in the links I provided under "Resources".
It is a perfect falsification, sadly I distrust the finding because while finding it
I also found that teens and older do get misdiagnosed because the symptoms and consequences are similar. Again, I did write "misdiagnosed for another".
I think that other people think:
BPD and ASD are independent, orthogonal mental afflictions.
The autism spectrum reaches from zero to +100%.
But I think they share a remarkable resemblance in that they are the opposites in deviation from the norm.
The autism emotionally unstable spectrum reaches from "emotionally unstable" to "emotionally unresponsive". Or -100% to +100%
Better? (This editor is impossible for me.)
BPD - ASD
socially hyper-sensitive - socially hypo-sensitive
hyper-emotional - hypo-emotional
hyper-neurotic - hypo-neurotic
interest in people - interest in things
focus on feelings - focus on facts
mostly females - mostly males
wants to express subjective feelings - wants to arrange, order world to objective criteria (What does the person want to bring to the outside?)
Overall I see an over emphasis on the observable empirical disabilities, consequences
and a lack of understanding the motivation, mediating cause.
Because psychology depends on self-reporting, there is a strong perception bias that is not accounted for but answers are reported as fact.
Other non-primate animal doing similar:
Alex the gray parrot
He also made his own terms as "cork nut" for almond.
I don't get the joke. Who is "Rick Astley"?
Found this on the topic
and liked it.
yes, but I am posing the WHY question.
In this case it is just an averaging effect not a feedback controller.
That would be a third category then:
No correlation observed because the aggregated observation cancels out the effect working both ways.
This relates to: