I am J.M. Wesierski, 

a psychology researcher, software developer, and primary author of the scientific journal A Mind Applied.


I previously worked as a researcher and web developer for One Mind PsyberGuide through the University of California, Irvine. Under Dr. Stephen SchuellerPsyberGuide reviews the efficacy of mental health technology.


Prior to that I worked on The Violence and Suicide Prevention Initiative alongside Dr. Cherie Safapou of San Francisco State University. Together we co-authored a publication on Empathy and Emotional Intelligence.


Personally, I have written two manuscripts of my own on The Association and Ramifications of Basic Trust as a Conditioned Response and A New Perspective on Memory when Eliciting a Response (links provided). As well, I study neurotechnology and am currently working on a Brain-Computer Interface for transcribing thoughts based on brain activity.

Myself and many others are devoted to studying and learning everything we can about the mind. I created this site to directly convey what I have and am always continuing to discover.


While this journal is devoted to many things, its main focus is theoretical psychology. I believe the mind is the most interesting and complex thing in the universe and that it has many riddles yet to be solved. But here are a few.


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To read my papers on Basic Trust and Memory