Latent inhibition and moral characteristics

Addendum to the addendum.

I’ve noted (somewhere) that latent inhibition follows the pattern:

Tx – low inhibition
Mx – high inhibition
xT – high inhibition
xM – low inhibition

Such that,

TT = balanced
MT = very high latent inhibition
MM = balanced
TM = very low latent inhibition

A bit of reckless pattern matching tells us that high latent inhibition tracks with the “explicit” moral style and vice versa for implicit. On an intuitive level this seems plausible but not quite solid, requires much more granularity in the qualities. Maybe high inhibition is an adaptation for maintaining a large white matter network without constantly burning through one’s mental energy reserves?

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3 Responses to Latent inhibition and moral characteristics

  1. Lazer says:

    We can build the constituion of Boneflours commune with this.

  2. Koanic says:

    “Maybe high inhibition is an adaptation for maintaining a large white matter network without constantly burning through one’s mental energy reserves?”

    The more a TT learns, the more he needs to think.

    The more an MT learns, the less he needs to think.

    Rise of the weaponized explicit.

  3. dude says:

    I’ve the flu, last night was a classic, so tired and sick yet didn’t sleep lay there thinking. Explains why I dream while awake I guess. Sometimes when I sleep, think and fall into and out of dreaming I have my greatest times of intuition or problem solving. Stress, hardship etc actually enhances this ability.

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