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Episode 48 – More Psychology In Testing

Welcome back to another Testing In the Pub, Episode 48 – More Psychology In Testing.

In this episode we expand on our previous discussion about Psychology In Testing and talk more about ignorance, biases and emotions.

There’s some great resources out there if you want to find out more:

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cognitive_biases
  • http://www.developsense.com/presentations/2013-05-STAREast-EmotionsInSoftwareTesting.pdf
  • https://www.slideshare.net/sjanaway/testing-your-emotions
  • http://www.corvusintl.com/CACM002-5OI.htm

And lots of great links on Huib Schoots site: http://www.huibschoots.nl/wordpress/?page_id=441#science

 

Episode 45 – Psychology In Testing – Ignorance

Welcome back to another Testing In The Pub where we continue the series on Psychology In Testing and talk about Ignorance.

We talk about:

  • What is ignorance and what’s it’s relationship to information?
  • What is the value of understanding ignorance?
  • Being unaware of ignorance
  • Why we can never know everything
  • The 5 orders of ignorance
  • How ignorance grows faster than knowledge
  • How when we answer one question and gain knowledge, that knowledge causes us to learn about more ignorance
  • How do we actually discover more?
    • Processes/activities
    • Investigation
    • Testing