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How have mushroom related prejudices impeded or improved mushroom technologies?
Transcript of How have mushroom related prejudices impeded or improved mushroom technologies?
experienced? Knowledge Issue: How have mushroom related prejudices impeded or improved mushroom technologies? Cognitive Prejudice What people believe to be true. metaphysical or methodological philosophy at the expense of other philosophies which may offer a more complete theoretical explanation. Affective Prejudice What people like and dislike: for example, in attitudes toward members of particular classes such as race, ethnicity, national origin, or creed. Behavioral Prejudice How people are inclined to behave. It is regarded as an attitude because people do not act on their feelings. An example of conative prejudice may be found in expressions of what should be done if the opportunity presents itself. Paul Stamets ted.com video Mycelium Mushroom Specific Prejudices Psychadelic Mushrooms
(+) Allow for self reflection and discovery
(+) May help with depression NYT Article (-) Health concerns (liver) (-) Re-structures your brain (+) Natural pesticide (+) Treatment for flu and smallpox (+) Breakdown Neurotoxins in nerve gas (+) Cleanses polluted soil (-) Portabello mushrooms Questions to Consider How to prejudices (mushroom related or not) slow down society? What are the benefits of having an open mind? Why do you think mushrooms are viewed so negatively in society? youtube.com video Mushroom Specific Technologies