Psychology LMAOWhen New York University psychologist Jonathan Haidt asked about a thousand attendees at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in 2011 to identify their political views with a show of hands, only three hands went up for “conservative or on the right.” Separately, a survey of more than 500 social and personality psychologists published in 2012 found that only 6 percent identified as conservative overall, though there was more diversity on economic and foreign policy issues.1 The survey also found that 37.5 percent of respondents expressed a willingness to discriminate against conservative colleagues when making hiring decisions. Psychologists, it appears, tend to fall on the liberal end of the political spectrum.
When New York University psychologist Jonathan Haidt asked about a thousand attendees at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology…fivethirtyeight.com
The op is such a dunce it's remarkable.
Some people don't need it.Imagine trying to paint going to therapy as something positive
But are they the ones getting therapy?Isn't it true that Democrats that believe in god make up about 40+% of total Democrats?
Sorry about your father.
30 some percent of Republicans don't believe in God.But are they the ones getting therapy?
I have so many friends who have admitted that they never felt loved by their dad.
It stuck me as odd because I never felt unloved by my either of my parents.
I wonder what % of republicans believe Jesus is loving them unconditionally.
I wonder if they make up the 10% of GOP who seek therapy.30 some percent of Republicans don't believe in God.