Safety seems to avoid the most important things when thinking about tackling risk. There seems to be no interest in safety in the nature of the human unconscious nor any interest in anything outside of a narrow worldview that constructs humans-as-brains-on-bodies and cognition as brain-work. The assumptions of materialist behaviourism … Learn more >>>>>
The Triarchic Mind, Risk and Safety
So much of how we think about decision making is centred on the brain. The common misconception is that the brain is a mainframe computer that directs actions. This is how binary reductionist thinking operates. The human will is centred here in the brain, … Learn more >>>>>
How is the unconscious in communication critical for understanding and managing risk?
This is a great piece by Hayden Collins, submitted as part of his study for the Graduate Certificate in the Psychology of Risk and reprinted here with his permission:
It’s a misconception that consciousness initiates action. Norretranders … Learn more >>>>>