While the fields of Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience are broad, and comprised of many branches and disciplines, we are primarily focused on the following:
Our focus includes specific investigations into, and interrogations of, Pan-individual human neurology and Tribal neurology. Specifically the configuration/particulars, frequency, and distribution, both currently, and before the WWI and WWII eras. This includes investigating the impact of social learning, mimicry and psyche programming along with the interplay of epigenetics, genetics, and their resolution into or imprint upon both the Bayesian Mind, individual neurons, and neural circuits [processors] on a discrete, and longitudinal basis across race, gender, educational attainment, IQ, culture, and socio-economic strata.
At all times, we take a holistic, and integrative perspective, determining each, and all of these components, elements, modules, systems, and subsystems feed into, and instruct the Psychological Operating System™.
It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.
Of course, we do not limit ourselves to what we have described above, and we are interested in, and open-minded to all branches and disciplines within Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience.
These are some of the major branches within these fields:
And in all cases, fields, and disciplines, we do not shy away from the exploration, experimentation, and consideration of so-called "controversial" factors and dimensions including genes/genetics, nurture vs nature, IQ, race, and gender, and are very interested in nascent fields, subfields, and approaches to existing problems.