Tag Archive for Self-Serving Bias

Illusion of Control – A to Z Challenge, Literary Terms

II’ve been getting good responses to my challenge this year, very much like last year. This makes me very glad that others enjoy this stuff as much as I do. Last year was a lot of fun to do and this year is proving to be quite the challenge. By that rate, next year will be a monster of epic proportions… unless I do something else.

Today we have Illusion of Control.

 

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Ego, Id, & Super-Ego – A to Z Challenge, Literary Terms

EIt is now a new week of A to Z Challenge. Last week was quite informative, offering us new insights into the world and how to apply that to our writing. Well, that was only the beginning. This week will give you a new way to think about everything.

Today we discuss 3 terms that are very very close to each other. Ego, Id, and Super-Ego. So, strap your thinking caps on and keep your hands inside the cart at all times.

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Confabulation – New Age Literary Terms

large_open_bookToday is a good term, coming from Psychology. We are talking about Confabulation. Doesn’t even seem like a real word, does it? This deals with how characters can sometimes create whole events that never happened, yet unaware its false. Enjoy.

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BIRG & CORF – New Age Literary Terms

large_open_bookToday we tackle BIRG and CORF. A double header today. While two different concepts, BIRG and CORF go hand in hand with each other, it is difficult to talk about one without mentioning the other.

 

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Self-Serving Bias & Stockholm Syndrome — A-to-Z Blog Challenge, Literary Terms

SHere we are at S. I’m running out of clever things to say. Maybe I am not as clever of a writer as I thought. We are nearing the end for the challenge, with only 8 letters left.

Today we tackle Self-Serving Bias and Stockholm Syndrome. Words you may have heard often, but like many other words, never thought of implementing them as literary terms.

Hard to think that after this month, I won’t hear from many of you. I certainly hope I do, but I will cherish these last few days as we complete the challenge.

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