Positive reinforcement

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Positive Reinforcement is the process of encouraging or establishing a pattern of behaviour by offering reward when the behaviour is exhibited.[1]

It's the opposite of negative reinforcement.

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  • When you're tall growing up male, positive attributes (e.g being dominant, competent, persuasive, better leader) are connotated with your height. You therefore then also tend to behave accordingly as desired (especially by the opposite-sex heterosexuals).
  • When you're conventionally attractive through out your life, positive attributes (e.g being intelligent, confident, empathetic, kind, sincere...), are connotated with you as an individual. You therefore tend to be seen this way, resulting in oblivion for those not having similar life circumstances/experiences, opportunities and social status.
  • When you're female growing up, positive attributes (e.g being kind, patient, forgiving, compassioned, generous...), are connotated with you. With getting treated well by society through institutional preferential treatment (e.g affirmative action, women-are-wonderful effect, no compulsory conscription in most countries etc...), not knowing how cruel society can truly be, an empathy gap for the unfortunate tends to be a common consequence.

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Biological essentialismEugenicsEnvironmentalismTraditionalist conservatismFatalismJust-world fallacyBlackpillScientific BlackpillScientific Blackpill (Supplemental)Behavioral sinkHypergamyMatthew effectBeautyNeotenyFisherian runawayGood genes hypothesisDominance hierarchyIntrasexual competitionJ. D. UnwinSexual sublimationFemale subordinationSexual modestySexual MarxismOnline datingPhysiognomyPersonalityEvolutionary psychologySub8 theory


SlutMonogamyMarriageArranged marriagePolygynyPolyandry




BlackpillRacepillHeightpillDickpillBaldpillShitpillDogpillBirdpillTeen love pill

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Cope or ropeCopeRopingLay down and rotInbreeding depressionOutbreeding depressionMutationFeminizationSocial epistasis amplification modelAtavismReproductive successDemographics of inceldomTeleiophilic delaySampo generationCauses of celibacyAdverse effects of inceldomBrain rotEvolutionary mismatchBehavioral sinkRegression toward the meanPeaked in high schoolFOMOSexual envyNo x for your yJaw is law

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