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Mair, C. (2019). Speaking of Psychology: Psychology of Fashion. Retrieved August 25, 2020, from https://www.apa.org/research/action/speaking-of-psychology/fashion


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I've not seen self-infallibility listed anywhere; however, there are a few psychological constructs that may be useful: Dark Triad DSM5 - Conduct Disorder DSM5 - Narcissistic Personality Disorder DSM5 - Antisocial Personality Disorder Overconfidence may be a synonym for self-infallibility in the context you are thinking. Overconfidence would normally be ...


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There is something about how we react to TV shows that is different from reality: we do not enjoy them because they are morally perfect (Game of Thrones, anyone ?) but because they immerse us in a situation we find enjoyable or stimulating for any kind of reason. Some of the reasons we like House could be we like being him, facing his challenges, being ...


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