Psychology to me is about other peoples perception. When you encounter another person donating advice, do you put them first and consider it a act of generosity? The first time Clayton Wade called me gay, I wondered to take it as a insult that I could not argue or change being biased about dating men and start looking for a women to date. I would suggest people look at things with an open mind before taking it the wrong way. The subtopic of Interoception is not where I was concerned although needed to be worrying while studying at Trillium College, I really thought more about musical auditory illusion leading me to wonder what a optical illusion had anything in the business of studying people. I think my sister Emily also had the same problem as me scratching her head what the Troxler Effect had to do with anything remotely relevant to the topic.