Here is a list of the topics that we have covered in our conversation, in order: misattributed Empathy, cognitive, repoire, theory of mind, categorization, inference, ASD, ADHD, social, anxiety, temperaments, personality, traits, alexithymia, embodied cognition, motor, emotional, states, condition, stuttering, language, delay, mood, anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive, brain area, cognitive system, abstract, concept, white matter, axon, myelin, motor, timing, embodied cognition Cognitive science and psychology ontology Artificial intelligence ontology Matching cognitive science and psychology ontology with artificial intelligence ontology Mental disorder simulations in artificial intelligence Personality type assessment Affective computing 8-bit computer terminal simulation ADHD Mental disorders Cognitive systems Mathematics and computer science related to cognitive psychology Empathy Rapport The Joker character and the “Chaotic Evil” archetype The relationship between empathy and logic

Here is a list of the topics that we have covered in our conversation, in order:

  1. misattributed Empathy, cognitive, repoire, theory of mind, categorization, inference, ASD, ADHD, social, anxiety, temperaments, personality, traits, alexithymia, embodied cognition, motor, emotional, states, condition, stuttering, language, delay, mood, anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive, brain area, cognitive system, abstract, concept, white matter, axon, myelin, motor, timing, embodied cognition
  2. Cognitive science and psychology ontology
  3. Artificial intelligence ontology
  4. Matching cognitive science and psychology ontology with artificial intelligence ontology
  5. Mental disorder simulations in artificial intelligence
  6. Personality type assessment
  7. Affective computing
  8. 8-bit computer terminal simulation
  9. ADHD
  10. Mental disorders
  11. Cognitive systems
  12. Mathematics and computer science related to cognitive psychology
  13. Empathy
  14. Rapport
  15. The Joker character and the “Chaotic Evil” archetype
  16. The relationship between empathy and logic

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