Mind Hack- (20th century version) physical methods used to bypass cerebral cortex to achieve contentment and bliss (see hacksaw); (21st century version) virtual methods used to bypass cerebral cortex to achieve contentment and bliss (see Grand Theft Auto IV); (talkshow version) any psychologist endorsed by Oprah.
Little Albert- Famous experiment conducted in 1920 by the psychologist John B. Watson, in which he demonstrated that hitting a gong behind an innocent child will scare the bejesus out of him, and thus condition him to be be afraid of a little white rat, including of course James Watson (also a rat). Thus through this Pavlovian association, we know that fast cars bring sex, three push-ups a week mean toned bodies, and that hugging babies means a politician is your best friend.
SCR- Also known as the GSR, and is equivalent to the EKG yet different from the SCL and can be also be measured by the EEG and MRI. Also used to demonstrate the persuasive power of three letter acronyms.
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