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  • about a month ago, I had my funding for my ongoing research projects, refused by the federal government, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and, as a event from rebel media, decided to host on Indy Google Crowdfunding campaign to replace it, which was very good of him.

  • So thank you to Ezra and also to I 10 Gil board, who helped out a lot, and Hannah Vander Coy for managing.

  • It was extraordinarily helpful.

  • Way raised about $80,000 the first day and then since then we've raised about $180,000.2500 backers.

  • The original grant proposal was for $300,000 across five years, so that's basically three years of funding, so extraordinarily impressed by that and also very thankful.

  • So for all of you who donated thank you very much, I've put together this video with two of my graduate students whose academic careers will be supported as a consequence of this funding so that you know a little bit more about them and also about what it is that you helped out with.

  • The third.

  • Christine Brophy is working on political correctness and the relationship between personality and political beliefs as well as on the on the biological basis of the Big Five personality traits.

  • She couldn't contribute to the video for for various reasons this time around, although she did lengthy interview with rebel media that you could catch on on social justice issues and their basis in personality.

  • And so, after this very brief introduction, I'm going let the students speak for each.

  • For five minutes, they've prepared a video telling you what they're up to.

  • So anyways, thanks for much.

  • We have one day left of the funding campaign runs for 24 more hours.

  • So this is the final update in all likely look.

  • Bye bye.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • My name is John Tenant.

  • I'm a first year master student in Dr Peterson's Lab.

  • My research interests include technology for cognitive enhancement, personality development and music cognition.

  • My background is a little bit different.

  • I did my bachelor's degree in music theory, and my undergraduate research focused on mathematical models of musical harmony and timber.

  • This year, I'll be designing and testing a bio feedback system for increasing people's ability to flow self regulate and get in tune with one another.

  • I'm using a variety of sensors to measure things like heart rate, breathing, arousal and brain waves.

  • I'll be turning these signals into quasi musical stimuli to give people feedback about their body and mind in real time.

  • They should be able to help people better understand themselves and regulate their stress and emotions.

  • If used in pairs, it might even be able to help people sink up with one another, perhaps fostering empathy and helping them get into a kind of interpersonal flow state.

  • I have a huge personal interest in combining music, psychology and technology.

  • In my undergraduate work with Dr Peterson, I tackled theoretical issues surrounding visual representations of music.

  • We'll work on that project.

  • I developed a method for making important musical parameters such as harmony, pitch rhythm and tambor, accessible to our visual system I created to software music.

  • Visualize is based on these principles, I found.

  • These techniques also translate well to other applications, such as visual ization of biological data.

  • If you'd like to see the music visualize I developed or read about the principles behind them, you can check out my Web site at John Mathew tenant dot com.

  • There, you can also find my undergraduate paper on math and musical harmony.

  • In my personality research this year, I looked at female made preference.

  • In an online study, women read the profile of a fictional man and size picture woman, then rated demands, attractiveness and personality.

  • They also answered questions about their own personality and complete an I Q test.

  • From this data, we were able to build a model of what kinds of personalities are attractive to you.

  • On average, women tend to prefer men who were conscientious, extroverted, agreeable, emotionally stable and open to experience.

  • Higher I Q bar dispense, however, where the men is much less attractive on average and there are less moved by those traditionally attractive characteristics like that extra virgin conscientiousness and emotional stability for more intelligent women, the only things that made a significant difference were creativity and politeness, which air sub aspects of openness and agreeableness.

  • We think creativity might be especially attractive because it indicates competence in unfamiliar situations.

  • The attraction to agreeableness might be due to a desire for a partner who will share resources and care for Children in my upcoming personality research on developing a new method for investigating the structure of personality in traditional personality study's participants rate themselves on every item.

  • This limits the number of items that could be analysed simultaneously.

  • Instead, we're going to use collaborative ratings of fictional characters and public figures.

  • Multiple people will provide ratings of the target's personality, and we can build up a complete description from the multiple Raiders.

  • This will allow us to investigate the personality data contained inside larger sets of descriptors.

  • This will help us rapidly expand the vocabulary of words we can use to measure personality, which should increase the precision of our models.

  • The first study to use this method will attempt to integrate positive and negative person descriptors with our existing personality models.

  • This is important because when the original scales were devised, researchers purposely omitted words like evil, untrustworthy, wise and admirable.

  • But adding these words to our models of personality will be able to further explore the virtues and vices associated with personality dimensions.

  • We might also be able to pick up on new effects and correlations.

  • This could be especially useful in the labs ongoing research into the personality underpinnings of political belief.

  • I'd like to thank everyone for supporting our research.

  • It makes a really big difference, especially to US graduate students.

  • If you're interested in my work, I'd love to hear from you.

  • You can also check out my sight at John.

  • Mathew tenant dot com.

  • I have demos and papers posted there.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • My name is Victor Swift, and I'm a PhD student in Jordan Peterson's lab.

  • I joined the lab in 2013 as a master student, primarily researching how mental health is shaped by the ways in which people relate to their own descriptions of the world.

  • Today, my overall research investigates the nature of the Big Five personality traits.

  • The Big Five represent distinct patterns of feeling, thinking and acting that are shared by all of us.

  • Humans and higher primates seemed to possess five distinct dispositions.

  • Hence the name openness, a tendency to seek novel ideas and experiences.

  • Neuroticism a tendency to seek certainty and experience negative emotions.

  • Extra version.

  • A tendency to seek attention and experience.

  • Positive emotions.

  • Agreeableness a tendency to seek social harmony through politeness and compassion, and finally, conscientiousness a tendency to adhere to standards and goals by working hard and staying organized.

  • This final trade has been the focus of my research.

  • For reasons that I will explain shortly.

  • Every person has these five traits to some degree, and these traits remain relatively stable throat adult hood.

  • As such, the Big Five traits are important to both industry and academia because they could be used to reliably capture who a person is now.

  • We're confident that the Big Five model represents a real and meaningful psychological construct because it has been arrived at through several independent methodologies.

  • However, we do not yet know why human dispositions cluster into these five traits.

  • Nor do we know how to ascertain Big Five traits without directly asking people to introspect about themselves.

  • This is where my research comes in.

  • For the past three years, I've been investigating how the Big Five traits can be detected without self report.

  • This effort has taken many forms, which I will continue to pursue.

  • Throughout the course of my PhD, for instance, I've been investigating whether the Big Five traits map onto differences in fundamental cognitive processes such as attention.

  • Thus far, I have found support for the idea that conscientious people are remarkably better at deliberately attending to specific features under distractions, while people who score high on openness are notably flexible at attending to changing attentional demands.

  • This research suggests that the Big Five traits may have a basis in fundamental cognitive processes, and this may lead to the development of personality screening measures that have a basis in part on cognitive performance.

  • I've also been investigating whether the Big Five traits reveal themselves in motivational reactions to positive and negative feedback on a variety of tasks.

  • So far, this line of research has revealed that conscientious and neurotic people can be provoked toe work harder by using negative feedback.

  • However, this effect on Lee emerges when the task is somewhat enjoyable and the effect is reversed.

  • The task is frustrating.

  • This line of research suggests that the Big 5 may have a basis in more fundamental motivational tendencies, and this may lead to the development of a motivational intervention that's tailored to specific personality profiles.

  • One of my most promising research projects concerns the detection of personality through language use.

  • This research is founded on the presupposition.

  • That character can be revealed through the words that individuals tend to use.

  • This idea's intuitive.

  • We think about simple dispositions such as pessimism and optimism, for example, we would expect an optimist to use a disproportionate amount of positive words over.

  • It was unclear as to whether this would extend to complex dispositions such as conscientiousness, which again represents a tendency to work hard and stay organized.

  • This disposition does not clearly map on toe word choice.

  • So the test our hypothesis.

  • We generated a list of more than 1000 adjectives that are theoretically relevant to conscientious people.

  • These words included things such as methodical, persistent and resourceful.

  • We then acquired a variety of writing samples from different groups of people he's writing.

  • Samples included recollections of positive memories, negative memories, ordinary experiences as well as stream of thought, essays and even Facebook statuses.

  • Across all of these samples, we found highly conscientious people to use a disproportionate amount of conscientious related adjectives.

  • Not only that, but we also found that the use of these adjectives predicts the same outcomes as conscientiousness itself, including increased income, an increased passion for work.

  • Thus, we have demonstrated that it is possible to identify complex personality traits from many different language samples easily and reliably.

  • We started with conscientiousness alone because of its clear real world applications, many of our most valued social organizational and individual outcomes are determined by conscientiousness.

  • People who possess this trait enrich our communities by exercising social responsibility and relational fidelity as top performers at work in school, conscientious people drive up the productive ity of our organizations and the grades in our classrooms.

  • By demonstrating that conscientiousness can be detected through natural language use, we have opened the door to a new approach for detecting a highly desirable personality trait, the trait that many people lie about precisely due to its societal value.

  • In my coming years in the Peterson lab, I plan to develop a personality measurement battery based on these natural language findings.

  • The development of this battery will require more research into the language production tendencies associated with conscientiousness, as well as an extension of this methodology to other Big Five personality traits.

about a month ago, I had my funding for my ongoing research projects, refused by the federal government, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and, as a event from rebel media, decided to host on Indy Google Crowdfunding campaign to replace it, which was very good of him.

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