Anyone familiar with cognitive psychology?

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  1. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    On the contrary, thinking about sex is the opposite of thinking about death....

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    As I said , the one drawback of using marijuana is that it affects your "short memory" and taking a shower or a nice warm bath is conducive to letting the mind "drift", but these fleeting thought are almost immediately forgotten, unless you write down a key word or an equation, which can be recalled later for deeper analysis.
    Yes, the mental stimulation allowed you to created a fantastical mental Pornotopia (an actual website which specializes in such fantasies) which enhanced your sexual imagination within your mirror neural system. This is how some of the oldest "cult" movies survive, even as by today's standards they are poorly made, but somehow they still inspire a certain reptilian memory, which, IMO, are still interesting to contemplate and analyze, as compared to modern day behaviors.

    Actually not much has changed.....

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    When I was younger, I loved reading the Gor books, which today is very much represented in the series "Game of Thrones" and "Outlander", and which at a fundamental level is still being practised today but at a different level.
    Power, Greed, Domination, submission, are still very much part of the "modern world".
     
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    And if that sounded interesting;



    I think they're interesting and "food for thought".......

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