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Category: The Human Mind

89 Ethic Resources and Recommended Reads

You’ll discover a variety of resources (both free and paid) on this list including normative ethics, issues in normative ethics, consequentialism, deontology, virtue ethics, metaethics, moral judgement, moral responsibility, moral realism and irrealism, research ethics, journals and books. We hope you find these resources helpful, and enjoy reading!

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100 Apps, Articles, Books, Podcasts and Talks About Mental Health in the Software Industry

Mental illness occurs from the interaction of multiple genes and other factors – such as stress, abuse, or a traumatic event – which can influence, or trigger, an illness in a person who has an inherited susceptibility to it. These resources lean more towards mental health awareness in the software industry but generally can be applied within different situations and circumstances. This list was generously compiled by “dreamingechoes” and 15 other contributors.

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What to Read – Mental Health in Literary Fiction Classics: A Psychiatry Resident’s Perspective

In no specific order, please find 19 literary fiction classics on mental health from a psychiatry resident’s perspective below. Do take note that this is not our typical “free ebook” compilation post, but more of a “What to Read” kind of post. However, a link will be provided should the book is freely and legally available.

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Tickling the Sigma: 10 Cartoons Poking Fun at Some of Our Inappropriate Responses to Mental Illness

Mental Illness is a serious subject, and so is the stigma related to it. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t laugh or smile when we see the stigma in action. Society has come a long way to educate people about mental health. The behavior that perpetrates the mental illness stigma is being seen as more and more inappropriate.

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40 Magnificient Books That Will Reset Your Mind and Leave An Impact on Your Life

List of actions and changes that some have taken after going through invaluable treasures from certain literatures. This list is definitely not even close enough to thoroughly explain the intricacies of life, but hopefully it’ll give you some insights and directions on how you can find small doses of wisdom from various books out there.

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The Science of Practice: How to Rewire Your Brain for Performance

We’ve all heard the phrase ‘practice makes perfect.’ Whether it’s violin, running, or writing, everyone knows we have to practice in order to improve our performance. But have you ever wondered, what’s happening inside my brain when I practice? Why do some people practice over and over and never get any better? How do I make sure I’m not just going through the motions?

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A Concise Introduction to Logic

A Concise Introduction to Logic is an introduction to formal logic suitable for undergraduates taking a general education course in logic or critical thinking, and is accessible and useful to any interested in gaining a basic understanding of logic. This text takes the unique approach of teaching logic through intellectual history; the author uses examples from important and celebrated arguments in philosophy to illustrate logical principles.

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