Category Archives: Perfectly Flawed

Human interest and/or personal stories

The play perspective of videogaming

Play seems to be something unreal. At first it seems intuitively clear what is meant by play; it is obvious when one is playing and when one is in earnest. The distinction between real and play seems clear, but at … Continue reading

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So you think you can…

Self-efficacy, health and reappraisal Self-efficacy has proven to be an important concept in the chase of understanding and predicting what we do, and what we don’t. Bandura (1994, p.1) defines perceived self-efficacy as “… people’s beliefs about their capabilities to … Continue reading

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Perspective is Everthing: Sutherland TED talk

Another presentation where Sutherland is making the point that in improving the world, the psychology of our experience is often sadly neglected. Perspective – and the idea that it can be shifted – is not just a wonderful frame for … Continue reading

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3 things a day

There are many complete methods and little tricks to help you to improve yourself and your experience of life. As we understand more of the things that determine our ‘state’ we can use this knowledge to improve on it. One … Continue reading

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Ruilen met Robinson – Kunst van Waarde

Het symposium De Kunst van Waarde komt voort uit – reflecteert op – en vind plaats middenin Ruilen met Robinson. Deze kunstzinnige ruilmanifestatie biedt een uitstekende locatie voor een symposium over waardebepaling. De kunst van Waarde 28 augustus 2013 – … Continue reading

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Riftris

Riftris ~* (noun) brandname A Tetris version developed by us for the VR-headset Oculus Rift, which divides the gameplay between both lenses in order to train stereoscopic viewing in people with no natural depth perception. People with normal depth perception … Continue reading

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