Accurate or Not, Schemas Drive Behavior

Chances are high that you have never heard of Fredric Bartlett, but in 1932 he conducted one of the most famous cognitive psychology studies of all time at Cambridge University. The experiment involved Bartlett reciting a Native American folk tale called “The...

The Philosophical Paradox

Life is full of paradoxes, seemingly self-contradictory statements or situations which ultimately are found to be true – and the practice of dentistry is no exception. One of my most favored paradoxes of late is the fact that every relationship-based /...