I got 3 very hurried downvote. I've spent time to detail what I need, to avoid to make it too much opinionable. This software is called software reccomendation. I avoided the usage of any opinionable word.
EDIT it's hard for me to explain why I fear an eccessive addiction to rules without explaining that addiction to rules in psychology is not a very good thing. I'm also trying to make people wonder why do they believe it's so important to avoid the word "list" and the word "best". And the possible impact on the final users of the website. Many are complaining..
Can you help me to improve this question suggesting modifics?
It seems it could be difficult for users to guess the mood of downloaded addicted people.
In my opinion this section should offer a service. Not try to impose the final users our convinction.
Have a look to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive_psychology
The approach focuses on the formation of what it believes to be faulty
Psychology deals on what we think is right or bad, true or false. But it's always totally strongly opinionable. This is what studious people says. I think many downvoted addicted people are discouraging users from posting for "window dressing" reasons. And that they should go deep in analyzing why they believe to be right.
In Psychology this kind of analysis (putting our own ideas / beliefs into discussion is called
Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) is disciplined questioning that can be used to pursue thought in many directions and for many purposes, including: to explore complex ideas, to get to the truth of things, to open up issues and problems, to uncover assumptions, to analyze concepts, to distinguish what we know from what we don't know, to follow out logical implications of thought or to control the discussion.
Two techniques commonly used to help identify irrational beliefs are the downward arrow technique and the use of thought records to find common themes. The downward arrow technique consists of challenging statements people make about what they think is causing their negative mood states by repeatedly asking the question, "If that were true, why would it be so upsetting?" Thought records are a common form of homework given to people in cognitive behavioural therapy that require them to record their automatic thoughts associated with problem situations (e.g., social avoidances or fears) during the week.
Step 3: Challenge the irrational beliefs Once the irrational belief underlying an automatic thought has been identified, it is important to refute these beliefs by examining the evidence for them, and by looking for alternative explanations.
A short google translated explanation
The Socratic dialogue is a method of conducting the interview that consists of a series of targeted questions and comments to guide the patient to discover its dysfunctional beliefs and to promote him as a critical attitude towards these. Guided discovery or technique of descending arrow
Guided discovery (through downward arrow) is a method of conducting the interview is to ask the patient gradually the meaning of his thoughts, in order to detect the beliefs substates that he has about himself, about other people and the world.