3 Theories on Human Behavior

Modern Corono Virus Thoughts?

By: http://www.CertifiedMedicalPlanner.org

Here are a few theories of human behavior for the healthcare industrial complex that might help explain how sector thoughts may not work correctly; all the time.

WHY: Perhaps they might be considered in light of the CorVid-19epidemic?

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Erkson’s Paradox: Strong correlations can fall apart when combined with a larger population. For example, among motorcycle crash victims wearing helmets are more likely to be seriously injured than those not wearing helmets. But, that’s because most crash victims saved by helmets did not need to become hospital patients, and those without helmets are more likely to die before becoming a hospital patient.

Group Attribution Error: Incorrectly assuming that the views of a group member, like a physician, reflect those of the whole group in a different discipline.

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Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon: Noticing an idea or word everywhere you look as soon as it’s brought to your attention in a way that makes you overestimate its prevalence.

LINK: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=BAADER-MEINHOF+PHENOMENON&&view=detail&mid=7DA25E95466C56098E5A7DA25E95466C56098E5A&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=%2Fvideos%2Fsearch%3Fq%3DBAADER-MEINHOF%2BPHENOMENON%26FORM%3DHDRSC3

The 90-9-1 Rule: In social media networks, 90% of users just read content, 9% of users contribute a little content, and 1% of users contribute almost all the content.

QUERY: Does Social Media give a false impression of what ideas are popular or “average.”

ASSESSMENT: Your thoughts and comments are appreciated.

TEXTS FOR PHYSICIAN EXECUTIVES:

1 – https://lnkd.in/eEf-xEH

2 – https://lnkd.in/e2ZmewQ

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