Carol Tavris Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Carol Tavris

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Carol Tavris quotes: Nothing predicts future behavior as much as past impunity. Nothing predicts future behavior as much as past impunity.
Carol Tavris quotes: There are plenty of good reasons for admitting mistakes, starting with the simple likelihood that you will probably be found out anyway - by There are plenty of good reasons for admitting mistakes, starting with the simple likelihood that you will probably be found out anyway - by
Carol Tavris quotes: Baseball lasts as long as it takes. Like life, like love, baseball exists in real time. Baseball lasts as long as it takes. Like life, like love, baseball exists in real time.
Carol Tavris quotes: The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none. - historian and essayist Thomas Carlyle The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none. - historian and essayist Thomas Carlyle
Carol Tavris quotes: God is in the truth. God is in the truth.
Carol Tavris quotes: And thus they selectively remember parts of their life, focusing on those parts that support their own points of view. And thus they selectively remember parts of their life, focusing on those parts that support their own points of view.
Carol Tavris quotes: Severe initiations increase a member's liking for the group. Severe initiations increase a member's liking for the group.
Carol Tavris quotes: The history of the women's movement in America follows a consciousness-amnesia cycle. The history of the women's movement in America follows a consciousness-amnesia cycle.
Carol Tavris quotes: Even irrefutable evidence is rarely enough to pierce the mental armor of self-justification. Even irrefutable evidence is rarely enough to pierce the mental armor of self-justification.
Carol Tavris quotes: [Sexual] fantasies, like children, are most interesting to the people who have them. [Sexual] fantasies, like children, are most interesting to the people who have them.
Carol Tavris quotes: The trouble is that once people develop an implicit theory, the confirmation bias kicks in and they stop seeing evidence that doesn't fit it. The trouble is that once people develop an implicit theory, the confirmation bias kicks in and they stop seeing evidence that doesn't fit it.