Archetypes Through a Psych Lens: Behaviorism

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, March 27, 2021



The father of behaviorism is B. F. Skinner. Yet another founding father of Psychology that one cannot bypass when talking about theories of personality.


The man himself, known for having said “give me a child, and I'll shape him into anything”


Skinner's theory was radical and groundbreaking in ...







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One is a Tragedy, A Thousand's A Statistic

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Jan. 30, 2021



The original quote from which the title is derived is attributed to Joseph Stalin. And while it can sound cynical and harsh, it is unfortunately true: the human mind boggles beyond a cut off point when it comes to grasping numbers tangibly, not theoretically. When the numbers become too high ...

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Welcoming a new member to the cast

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Dec. 18, 2020


I’ve been getting back into reading epic fantasy novels. Grand worlds, exotic locations and, of course, an ever increasing cast of characters. As I am one to never stop taking notes, even when I’m trying to chill, here are some things I noticed about introducing new characters that ...

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AD Doll Revolution

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Nov. 25, 2020


This is the special landing page for Doll Revolution!
WARNING: Doll Revolution is an adults ONLY comic so please turn back now if you're not over 18 years of age, this is not for young viewers.

You also have to be a member of TheDuckWebcomics and be logged in ...

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Hidden Horror - Lifting up the Rock

Banes at 12:00AM, Oct. 22, 2020




On our last Quackcast I had a realization about one of the recurring elements that shows up in a lot of horror I like.

It's the hidden nature of horror. When someone, or something, appears normal or even extra sweet or appealing, but hides nasty stuff beneath.

It's ...






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Tracing vs referencing

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Nov. 15, 2019


Screencap taken from video referenced below.

There’s been some controversy going around about tracing vs referencing and it gave me pause for thought. And, of course, after some time, I thought it would be an interesting topic to talk about for this week.

In comics, particularly when it comes ...




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Writing alignment

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, July 26, 2019



Some time ago I found this writer alignment chart on Twitter, (or maybe it was Facebook?). As a casual player of DnD I found this very amusing and began to spread the meme around and was pleasantly surprised by the results.

Myself? I am a True Plantser. Most of my ...



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FEATURED COMIC --> Angels of the Fallen

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, May 1, 2019



It's tough for a single girl in the big city. Kayla works two jobs to get by, a bookshop clerk and waitressing at a strip club. Her room-mate is gregarious, obnoxious, and boy-crazy to the extreme… And then there are the demons that want to slaughter all living things ...

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The Double Edged Sword of Stereotyping

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Nov. 24, 2018



Stereotypes permeate our every day lives. Whether we like it or not, our brains are wired for making quick estimations and judgments based on patterns and pattern recognition.

This very pattern we're looking for to identify at a glance is what a stereotype is. And it's very useful ...



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FEATURED COMIC --> Hacking Human

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Oct. 17, 2018



Hacking Human has such an intriguing title doesn't it? Selena is a thief, a very clever and sexy one that works with computers and wears a skin tight black catsuit. Her partner is a disembodied floating head named Heinrich, he just happens to be a ghost. Together they make ...

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