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I think that some things are fun because our brain knows that the activity can make you happy and release dopamine. For example, say you're going to play a game that you've never seen or played before. At first you probably won't be that in interested in it. But when you start playing it, you start to like the game. Then your brain documents it as fun, So ...


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I have found 2 papers that may be relevant to your question - This paper probably answers your question the most - I have only schemed through it, and it seems that the results were insignificant. You can check out the paper in more detail, hopefully it will get you to more resources that can help with your research. I have also found this paper which ...


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In the video, he states: What is self-esteem? It is a word (actually it is two words). It is sort of something you think you might have or not have. But, that's a figure of speech. That's not an empirical phenomenon. Thus, by stating "self-esteem does not exist", he is implying it cannot be empirically observed, i.e., it is not something that can be ...


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