Dave Cornell (PhD)

Dr. Cornell has worked in education for more than 20 years. His work has involved designing teacher certification for Trinity College in London and in-service training for state governments in the United States. He has trained kindergarten teachers in 8 countries and helped businessmen and women open baby centers and kindergartens in 3 countries.

18 Best Discrimination Examples

Discrimination is the act of treating someone differently based on their membership in a particular group. It can be based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or other factors. Discrimination can be overt, like making derogatory comments about someone based on their race. It can also be more subtle, like only hiring people from […]

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Avoidant-Insecure Attachment Style: Definition & 10 Examples

The avoidant-insecure attachment style is characterized by a tendency to avoid intimate relationships with others. They tend to not trust people and begin to feel distressed as a relationship progresses into the realm of deeper emotional connections. Traits of people with avoidant-insecure attachment are listed below: Because this type of parent usually rejects their baby’s

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12 Common Sense Examples

Common sense is the ability to exercise logical judgment. It is generally the most obvious and practical course of action that most reasonable people would take in any given situation. Common sense does not require specialized training, but rather involves practical knowledge that most people possess. Having common sense allows all human beings to function

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25 Blind Spot Bias Examples

The blind spot bias refers to when people are unaware of their own biases. In fact, most people believe they are actually more objective and less biased than they really are. Even though a person may be confronted with information that points to their own bias, there is still a tendency todeny the possibility. Pronin

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15 Framing Bias Examples

The framing bias is when a person’s decision or choice among options is influenced by the way information is presented. For example, if you were to sell a car for “$2999 – which is 50% off!” or “$2999 full price”, the people who thought it was 50% off may feel better about the purchase, even

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