[PSYC 200] 3. Introduction to Human Behavior

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Biola University

Biola University

11 жыл бұрын

Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 200), Dr. Chris Grace.

Lecture #3: Introduction to Human Behavior.

February 7, 2011.

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Leam Lappin
Leam Lappin Жыл бұрын
I am 19 years old, autistic, and incredibly fascinated with human behavior and psychology. My fasination started after learning magic tricks to learn to communicate with others, learning what makes them smile or laugh and to keep their attention. At the start I could not verbally communicate due to a stutter that made it impossible to accurately communicate causing anxiety. Now my mother is an ALS patient and I've been studying her behavior while I am feeding her or giver her pills to her, subtle signs that she wants one food or a drink, she will unconsciously start to face / look at what she wants. When you have a person's attention they will stare into your eyes, however someone who does not give full interest / attention will always be preoccupied with something other than the subject at hand. I want to learn behavioral psychology to determine the science of human behavior and to be able to identify if someone is lying / telling the truth, ect.
Lucy Hanks
Lucy Hanks 14 күн бұрын
@Crimson Hawk thought he said enough of the fairy ring? Is this an experiment of how to create serial killers? Telephone cable as a garrotte, carotene, tarotte… and I was only 20, blind and uneducated in the text and language of cutthroatery. Was wondering why I just started buying shirts which made me look like Tom Cruise from interview with the vampire, Lestat of the swamp? I think for my next adventure, as it’s been quite a while, I might take my mum away to Italy for the weekend to visit the Vatican, and do a two trailer park girls go round the outside type thing and see if they pick up the scent and invite me in for a drink, or lock the doors before I can ask what does directing the public shadow mean. I mean the body and wine of Christ can’t be that bad, surely; his head with all the thorns and flagellations though… they must have been pretty numbing.
Bungle Joy
Bungle Joy Ай бұрын
Over last few years I've seen all sides of people cos of covid what people did to stockpile shopping they didn't really need push in front of queues as someone with autistic traits and bpd and paronia its been pretty confusing I suppose I've watched videos like this to try and cope with people and my own thoughts to how they were behaving but most times people blow your mind most times I've seen caring side of people I guess as time goes on there will be a lot of research done on people's behaviour during covid
thewormzerjr
thewormzerjr Ай бұрын
just assume they are lying and you would be 99 percent correct
DyceBookClub
DyceBookClub 6 жыл бұрын
Psychology is very interesting!! love it. I'm studying it in College right now!
1000%
1000% 3 ай бұрын
My cousin finished college in Psychology 2 yrs ago now she's almost done with graduate school soooo proud of her NOW U TOO THATS GREAT N KEEP GOING FORWARD STR8 UP
Nameless Monster
Nameless Monster 7 ай бұрын
@Maggie Garza it's been 5 years I'm just wondering did u go for psychology degree? I hope you will read it coz I'm also highschool student thinking about pursuing psychology degree. Just like u
Joseph Al Ali
Joseph Al Ali Жыл бұрын
Wow can u help mee with something like notes or info??
Ellis Sentoso
Ellis Sentoso 5 жыл бұрын
I'm a Graphic Design major but I absolutely love your lecture and understanding people and human behaviors. You are so passionate and literate about this topic. I am more interested in understanding more about psychology. Thank you!
Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill 5 ай бұрын
Right I have never even thought about this as a degree. But I now do
Anisha D
Anisha D Жыл бұрын
I want to pursue in graphic design 😭 😭
Dr Keerti M
Dr Keerti M 2 жыл бұрын
Really a good lecture. I felt like I am again sitting on the first bench of my medical college .
Yanna FFF
Yanna FFF Жыл бұрын
Can't believe this is 10 years ago. I enjoyed it! I love how you tell a story while teachinggg
Kaloric
Kaloric Жыл бұрын
oops did i just watch a university class about human behavior? did i just find a new passion of mine? perhaps. time to go watch more :)
Lucy Hanks
Lucy Hanks 14 күн бұрын
@KUYA G no he isn’t.
Justin Case
Justin Case 23 күн бұрын
No, you found a CHURCH.
Scorpion777 Silvermoon
Scorpion777 Silvermoon 5 жыл бұрын
GREAT lecture. It's simple and easy to connect with the scenarios.
Advent Leymann
Advent Leymann 2 жыл бұрын
Why can't i have a professor like this? I'm really struggling on my course because of these professors who's just go on and on about the lecture without properly giving any kind of explanations and examples of real life scenarios that i actually just memorizing things i don't know when and how i even use it... I was so happened to hate my Psychology course and drop it because of these reasons but then i stumbled to this... This gives me hope to endure once more.
Kim McKinney
Kim McKinney 6 жыл бұрын
I learn by application, therefore I found his personal stories helpful as they pointed to the concept he was teaching.
Lory Stef
Lory Stef 2 жыл бұрын
@Akshay there is no app, application means they tried them out themselves using their own scenarios and was able to relate with this teacher lol
Akshay
Akshay 3 жыл бұрын
Which app
SACHIN CHOWDHARY 15BME0218
SACHIN CHOWDHARY 15BME0218 3 жыл бұрын
Psychology is quite interesting and I’m currently learning it in my college. While human behavior is mostly unpredictable it is based on our perceptions of the outside world and our interactions with the outside world. It’s fascinating how the study of mind and mental processes helps us understand and find cure for mental illnesses like anxiety and depression.
Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill 5 ай бұрын
It's basically reverse phycology on human socal science and human health and behavior as well as human health care to
Kaloric
Kaloric Жыл бұрын
Yes!
MITTAI HYNDAVI 17BBA0023
MITTAI HYNDAVI 17BBA0023 3 жыл бұрын
This video was worth the watch and made me feel more interested about learning the human behavior .This video enables us to understand that mentality of different people belonging to different age group differs significantly . Also the speaker gives us various examples to understand the human behavior , emotions which are multi determined . The above video aids us in understanding the reason behind the behavior of people in particular situations . The speaker also says that the behavior also depends on various factors like genetical , social , biological , physiological etc.
Kira Daniels
Kira Daniels Жыл бұрын
I love the way he teaches! Amazing guy!
John Anderson
John Anderson Ай бұрын
I love how this professor speaks. Great conveyance and eloquence.
Cerri Berry
Cerri Berry 29 күн бұрын
I love psychology. I would love to know more about altruism which I think this guy said he studied. I’m a RMN so I have studied psychology so understood or knew much of what he talked about although I loved his “way” of explaining. Psychology is one of the most common degrees in England that people study and one of the most “ hardest” fields to actually work in. The competition is insane and only the people at the extremely high end of it’s field, the most clever people who get top marks constantly, get anywhere at all, especially in the medical field anyway! So work hard people!
Jasmine Gonzalez
Jasmine Gonzalez 8 ай бұрын
I find such a lecture fascinating, his way of explaining and providing real-world examples are a great help in understanding this concept!!
AngerbizcuTT480 TT480
AngerbizcuTT480 TT480 2 жыл бұрын
The more I dive into psychology the more it seems like common sense. Most of the psychology classes I've watched feel more like a lecture from a wise great great grandpa that is packed with common sense and simple little life nuggets, rather then a full course of indepth psychology assessments, techniques or curriculum. Although I cannot speak this way about all psychology. I have found truely deep mind expanding and unorthodox psychology methods,theories and insights that have enriched my life in many ways. I am by no means criticizing any aspects of the modern practice of psychology. I am saying that 75% to 80% of the material involved in psychology is 2nd nature to me it's common sense all the way up to the unconscious mind but even most of this material seems very cause and effect as well. I don't claim to be all knowing psychology just makes sense and I retain it all.
John William
John William 2 жыл бұрын
@Strivefrom theAshes That was helpful. Thanks a lot. I will check them out
John William
John William 2 жыл бұрын
@Strivefrom theAshes Thanks for your reply. I want to take up counselling as a future career so am looking at human psychology.
John William
John William 2 жыл бұрын
Can you help recommend some good material i can study in psychology, videos, eBooks etc. I plan to study the course in college but want to start now. Thanks
ANGELIKA NACORRA
ANGELIKA NACORRA 3 жыл бұрын
Thank you for the nice lecture sir. I'm from Philippines . And I enjoy your lecture🤗
JR Raynor
JR Raynor 9 жыл бұрын
Brilliant lecture and I was so excited to find out throughout the lecture that Dr. Grace is a believer! It's awesome to hear about the human mind and science from the perspective of God and creation. I'm a fan. Again..so excited i found this!
Mississippi Atheistette
Mississippi Atheistette Ай бұрын
Why does it make a teacher better to be Christian? In what real way does that actually improve a person's teaching ability?
Jaris Jael Tejeda
Jaris Jael Tejeda 5 ай бұрын
Very great!! We need more Christian scientists! Praying that all that have interests and hearts along disciplines that require scientists can pursue it with passion and excellence for God's glory and well-being of their fellows.
Tarık Gökçen
Tarık Gökçen 2 жыл бұрын
I'd be pleased taking a course of this guy
Roger Epps
Roger Epps Жыл бұрын
I learned lots and lots about human behavior in 25 years of driving a cab. If I had it my way, everyone would be required to drive a cab for at least a year before they could graduate from college. People in a taxi seem to lose all inhibitions, especially if they've been drinking
Qbabxtra
Qbabxtra 9 жыл бұрын
i love the fact that this is free, so I can sit here in Norway and learn psychology while actually trying to become a computer scientist. But hey computers and brains are kinda similar :p
Arsalan Khan
Arsalan Khan 7 ай бұрын
I've never enjoyed my own lectures as much as this 😀
KatieJvibes
KatieJvibes 2 жыл бұрын
This is a very helpful lecture
Ahyan Khan
Ahyan Khan 4 жыл бұрын
Ure a amazing teacher I liked the explanation u give as example .
Samae 24
Samae 24 2 жыл бұрын
Still in high school, but I plan on majoring in psychology and behavioral sciences when I go to college
Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill 5 ай бұрын
Yeah me too
Agent Dunham
Agent Dunham 7 ай бұрын
@Nameless Monster Ummmmmmm... okay.
change mm
change mm 10 ай бұрын
@Nameless Monster you want to be a hedge fund manager?
Buddhaneo Siddhananda
Buddhaneo Siddhananda Жыл бұрын
@Daniel Cozzarin I meant any and all religions...🤪🤪... I spent 6 yrs in the Royal Australian Air Force... it's a good job...so many dud jobs...
Daniel Cozzarin
Daniel Cozzarin Жыл бұрын
@Buddhaneo Siddhananda you said religion. Do you have a specific one in mind or was that a general statement? Not being argumentative just conversation. I would like to know your defense force
Ginger Bob
Ginger Bob 21 күн бұрын
I never knew the role of the Amygdala was to detect behavioural and emotional signals that’s absolutely amazing and in split seconds
Brainstorming & sharing
Brainstorming & sharing Жыл бұрын
Absolutely well done and definitely keep it up!!! 👍👍👍👍👍
DIYEasyTutorials !
DIYEasyTutorials ! 4 жыл бұрын
great lecture!
Ahmed S
Ahmed S 2 жыл бұрын
“Our behaviors are the result of things that we pay attention to” 48:26
waleska ortiz
waleska ortiz Ай бұрын
What an engaging professor! I had my fair share of good ones and terrible ones. Watching this now 7/2022, and I’m wondering if it weren’t that late when she knocked on his door, would he asked her more questions about why was she doing that. Drug problem, homelessness, no family around, horrible childhood, mental health issues. I would like to post this out there and ask, what would you do if that happens to you? No judging anyone please , just wondering. Human behavior is a fascinating topic and how your personal story affects your behaviors and how you deal with situations like this.
Jonathan Rivera
Jonathan Rivera 2 жыл бұрын
I’m 13 but I find this very interesting. I want to study human behavior when I grow up
Karen Mendheim
Karen Mendheim 6 ай бұрын
@scrubbywubby It wasn't luck. It was a result of your intelligence and learning and exploring your options. You set goals and achieved positive results. Congratulations on your success.
Agent Dunham
Agent Dunham 7 ай бұрын
Keep up your dream. I was 9 when I got interested in human behavior. I am now 15 and earning a BA in forensic psychology.
Raman Ksaitor
Raman Ksaitor 7 ай бұрын
Why wait for when you grow up, if you can do it now
Feral Cypher
Feral Cypher Жыл бұрын
Why wait?!
gameovalames
gameovalames Жыл бұрын
don’t wait, study it now and you will be ahead of the game. Trust me
Royal Bengal Tiger
Royal Bengal Tiger 9 жыл бұрын
im a sophmore in highschool and being able to understand a college lecture was awesome to me this is definatly a great teacher it was also a great find when he started talking about god
Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill 5 ай бұрын
This college lecture is s very pin point and understandable the person doing the lecture knows human sciences and human behavior
Kaloric
Kaloric Жыл бұрын
yeah! definitely a wonderful teacher, he explained things in such a way where a 12 year old could understand. i would know. im the 12 year old.
Lory Stef
Lory Stef 2 жыл бұрын
I'm starting as a freshman rn 🤭
Simon Boulton
Simon Boulton 3 жыл бұрын
Human Behaviour is the study of human biology and the physical meaning of each moment. Physiology is important in understanding Human Behaviour... To fully understand is to appreciate ourselves, all together. Human behaviour can be understanding of a higher nature than psychology. We fully justify our every movement... with each breath we gain more from inside. Movement and physical actions become more natural... Every movement is justified by the grace of our movement and we can respect others.
Manny Amaya
Manny Amaya 5 жыл бұрын
i think his great, you cannot teach life lessons based on a book. it is good to use it, but more important to apply it to real life. his approach is based on real life and real people stories.
sheila palmer
sheila palmer 4 ай бұрын
What an interesting raconteur - just had to respond Chris - If only all lecturers were so gifted - riveted - glad I came across your presentation.
Brown Rice
Brown Rice 6 жыл бұрын
anyone got the notes to this these classes? it would be very helpful if you did
Person Person
Person Person 7 ай бұрын
to me, this guy is such a good teacher
Jay Quinones
Jay Quinones 4 жыл бұрын
I really do not understand why so many people are bashing this video, maybe because you guys are not in the field of understanding why people do what they do. I find this lecture to be AMAZING!
VollfiedXIII
VollfiedXIII 9 жыл бұрын
(Continued) And sort of on the same note, consider (another thing I've heard) that when you dream, you never create a face - every person is someone you've seen, even if you only saw that person for a few seconds. Your brain still has that information whether you know it or not. So in the same manner, people were able to recognize the face just by seeing it in Classroom A and were more accurate. Classroom B students ultimately changed the image of the person in their mind = less accurate
Cam Morris
Cam Morris 9 жыл бұрын
Great lecture.
tech facts
tech facts 10 ай бұрын
love this lectures..
Johannes Buchanan
Johannes Buchanan Ай бұрын
I watch several KZhome videos on how to trade in the stock market but haven't made any headstart because they are either talking some gibberish or sharing their story of how they made it and I do not want to make mistakes by taking risks in my own hands
CM
CM Ай бұрын
Bogus thread scammer
Matteo Liam
Matteo Liam Ай бұрын
@Johannes Buchanan PRISCILLA DIANE AIVAZIAN is one of the most reliable and trustworthy broker I know
Johannes Buchanan
Johannes Buchanan Ай бұрын
@Charlotte Elizabeth Wow that was easy, i found her website and left a message for her . i hope she reply me. thanks.
Fred Howard
Fred Howard Ай бұрын
@Charlotte Elizabeth Very helpful, thanks
Charlotte Elizabeth
Charlotte Elizabeth Ай бұрын
@Johannes Buchanan PRISCILLA DIANE AIVAZIAN , lookup with her name online.
Tara Bytes
Tara Bytes 3 жыл бұрын
I'm seeing a lot of negative comments, because of religious based content. I'm personally not religious ,but I do believe openness to experience and differing opinions is essential to a well rounded education. Now I just began watching so I can't make full opinion on his lecture yet. I will say if nothing else it will provide insight into others on a cultural level .
VollfiedXIII
VollfiedXIII 9 жыл бұрын
(Continued) So I guess you could consider that (one thing I've heard), people have specific neurons in their brains for individual things. The example I was given is that if someone mentioned Oprah, your "Oprah" neuron would light up. Your brain has sort of stored that concept away in a specific place. I think that's why Classroom A, despite not putting too much thought into it, is able to pick the person out more accurately.
Mccullum Nasir
Mccullum Nasir 4 жыл бұрын
Simply Brilliant .
Samrat Vaddi
Samrat Vaddi 3 жыл бұрын
I think he was saying that Classroom A was shown pictures with the person they saw included, and Classroom B was simply told to write down as detailed description as possible and then pick out the person. Classroom A was able to pick out the person more accurately, because people have a tendency to start making things up or changing things (unintentionally), and so their mental image of the person because warped and changed and can't pick out the person as accurately. So I guess you could consider that (one thing I've heard), people have specific neurons in their brains for individual things. The example I was given is that if someone mentioned Oprah, your "Oprah" neuron would light up. Your brain has sort of stored that concept away in a specific place. I think that's why Classroom A, despite not putting too much thought into it, is able to pick the person out more accurately.
Jamaican Dre NFT
Jamaican Dre NFT 2 жыл бұрын
Great presentation on behavioral pyschology!
Maria Gambini
Maria Gambini Жыл бұрын
so interesting. cant wait to be a profiler 😍
Designer Lizard
Designer Lizard 2 жыл бұрын
this lecturer is so fun to listen to
alyssa
alyssa 4 жыл бұрын
I'm in the 7th grade and i am so so interested in psychology and human behavior
Bryn Barton
Bryn Barton Жыл бұрын
I'm interested in the pregnant mouse study 43:49... I feel as though the stress of a life-or-death situation those pregnant mice faced being forced to exercise in a bucket of water would contribute negatively to the health of their babies...
TechFreak
TechFreak 2 жыл бұрын
I need this so desperately. Can anybody guide me to more lectures or videos like these please? A link, a video or even a title of a book would o me good. Thanks
M Zee
M Zee Жыл бұрын
The Internet is your guide
LuckyTiger
LuckyTiger 10 ай бұрын
I am someone with a disorder called apd (Auditory Processing disorder), it makes it harder to understand and focus on what peoplw are saying, i live with my family who have ADHD. ive always been interested in how these different disorders affect peoples actions and behaviours. especially in ways that lead them ro do the things they do. Especially in crime, i love how in shows ive always been interested in WHY they do the thing that they do. maybe ive found my passion idk. me being 19 just finished high school figuring what my calling is, this might be it.
Anita Bahati
Anita Bahati Ай бұрын
Am greatfull too
gunish alagh
gunish alagh 5 жыл бұрын
I think he was saying that Classroom A was shown pictures with the person they saw included, and Classroom B was simply told to write down as detailed description as possible and then pick out the person. Classroom A was able to pick out the person more accurately, because people have a tendency to start making things up or changing things (unintentionally), and so their mental image of the person because warped and changed and can't pick out the person as accurately. So I guess you could consider that (one thing I've heard), people have specific neurons in their brains for individual things. The example I was given is that if someone mentioned Oprah, your "Oprah" neuron would light up. Your brain has sort of stored that concept away in a specific place. I think that's why Classroom A, despite not putting too much thought into it, is able to pick the person out more accurately. And sort of on the same note, consider (another thing I've heard) that when you dream, you never create a face - every person is someone you've seen, even if you only saw that person for a few seconds. Your brain still has that information whether you know it or not. So in the same manner, people were able to recognise the face just by seeing it in Classroom A and were more accurate.
Sydatheart
Sydatheart 8 ай бұрын
I'm 26 and I have BPD. I've had to do a lot of cognitive therapy and since I got diagnosed at 18. I've always been interested in phycology. But I've always loved phycology and watched a lot of videos but you are a great professor. You're very funny and informative, you also know how to keep people attention even though I also grew up with my ADD. You have kept my attention. You're awesome keep teaching and inspiring people to help others. Even though I'm agnostic I respect your views
Bharat Bhushan Chhabra
Bharat Bhushan Chhabra 9 жыл бұрын
We should introduce human psychology and yoga as compulsory subjects in all the schools and colleges throughout the world. It will transform the world into a society with a healthy mind and a healthy body as well . Learning human psychology will have far reaching effects like no hatred, no jealousy, respecting the fellow humans , the nature ,animals and much more. And a healthy body - who does not like to have! Free from ailments efficient and always kicking.
dilworth bugsbury
dilworth bugsbury 5 жыл бұрын
id be more than glad to have my brain picked and probed by this man here, psychologists are more or less Gods... btw why did the guy admit to the murder he didnt commit? all i gathered was "many reasons". but why did he admit to it? ________________________________ watched this again.. I like how on the edge you are and how as I'm writing this I'm shaping my future based on my thoughts while watching you.. *as my thoughts are untrue - heard untrue. and as I go to press the okay/comment button I feel a little iffy in my chest.. I change my mind a lot.
AS
AS 4 жыл бұрын
He is terrific in this lecture.
Carol Weaver
Carol Weaver 4 жыл бұрын
Even teens may take us by surprise, and that is when they come up with " wanting to go here or there or do something, knowing you are busy and they maybe have friends with them when they will ask you.Then you are sorry you said "Yes," and so you learn how people will do it, and you are more careful after that. Once you have had things happen, it helps to be much more cautious of what could happen around you, when side tracked. That is the time people will often move in, and you will just not think and act. Guess I watch people too much, and their behavior and their speech? We can be nice and Christian, but yet not taken for granted. I think we are a spiritual and the spirit lives within us, and we do have life eternal, if we have chosen properly. We do have choice. We are not robots.
A Lute
A Lute 7 күн бұрын
This is hands down provoking enough of curiosity , the vibes of this professor is invaluable. He got me hooked, this is how psychology has got to be delivered (not data science and analysis nor word search machine learning trying to categorize people before learning "Human Behavior" Takeaways Verbal pvershawfoing Left hemisphere overwrites the first image had by right hemisphere Empirical investigation Next lecture science of psychology Multi-determinant causal effect of human behavior Shyness heredity link genetic reason high excitability reactivity Suspicious skeptical People with Forms a multi factoral causation I. E. Man confessed to crime Colorado 1996 JonBenet killer never found John Mark carr Known for something Told himself or other one told him To cover up for somebody else Personality struggles and issues Guy lost his sight but saw a guy in front of him because softly the amygdal pathway Able to pick out what he felt of a human in front of him Felt happy because Persephone. Was smiling (in picture) Neurological Psychodynamic Socio-cognitive Media psychology Things on TV look real, and feel real (nothing is a joke) Our behavior is the things you pay attention to, at the Moment Sometimed we're distracted, where we don't always comprehend what's happening or don't record experiences (Accurately)
Waqar Sultan
Waqar Sultan 6 жыл бұрын
informative lecture
Lory Stef
Lory Stef 2 жыл бұрын
@Rellik wdym yes it is
nes
nes 2 жыл бұрын
"Think of a stranger that you met in the last 24 hours." I'm in quarantine.
KUYA G
KUYA G Жыл бұрын
Niggaaa🙄
nes
nes 2 жыл бұрын
@전영희 hello fellow carat >.
전영희
전영희 2 жыл бұрын
This is so random but I like your profile picture 😜
mariya karaghool
mariya karaghool 2 жыл бұрын
sameeeeee
clyde chiunga
clyde chiunga 3 жыл бұрын
I love this professors
I BraveHeart
I BraveHeart 7 жыл бұрын
grate teacher
Ahamed Dhilzath
Ahamed Dhilzath 2 жыл бұрын
I like this teacher 😁👌
KUYA G
KUYA G Жыл бұрын
I dont know what is the main reason about you lecture but only bone thing inknkw is. YOU IS A BRILLIANT PROFESSOR 😍😍😍
Abid Esa
Abid Esa 3 жыл бұрын
I love psychology. ....1 of ma fav subject
InFamous James
InFamous James 6 жыл бұрын
Very Smart Professor… Very Smart...
Ahyan Khan
Ahyan Khan 4 жыл бұрын
I did well in by 1st year M.Sc ., psychology after watching your lectures in iPad . Thanks.
Urge
Urge 5 жыл бұрын
awesome!
Beth Michael
Beth Michael 3 жыл бұрын
Love this guy
jamshid hussain
jamshid hussain 8 жыл бұрын
Excellent presentation about the human behaviour ;;;;;;;
Naomi Rayo
Naomi Rayo 3 жыл бұрын
What a fantastic professor.
Denis Musulo
Denis Musulo Жыл бұрын
very nice lecture please keep it up .
Nandhu ps
Nandhu ps 3 жыл бұрын
Ohh i love this professor....
Genital Grinder
Genital Grinder Жыл бұрын
Wow, i didn't know he was a christian that's awesome! A lot of college professors aren't
Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill 5 ай бұрын
Oh my goodness I just found my new passion in life and I can figure out a lot of my own issues
Shiva's Chimera
Shiva's Chimera 9 ай бұрын
Trusting a person can come from many different aspect's of character interpretation and understanding. [1.] Physical appearance (health of skin, grooming style, clothing selection, ownership of asset's that promote an appearance or image, continuity of clear communication or communication style, and lastly "personality".) [2.] An understanding of character history and or good/bad deed's. [3.] Choices of social circle's and character contact's. [4.] Education and or knowledge of certain subject's or circumstances. [5.] Financial standing's or foothold's in certain industry's, market's or interest's, or elevation in certain foundation's/facility's/system's that require a series of step's to be completed. All these thing's determine whether a person is acceptable enough to lower one's shield's or defenses and allow for some exposure of vulnerabilities. ( a person who would disregard the importance of all these thing's in daily life would be______________.)
Adventures of James
Adventures of James 3 жыл бұрын
So what I conclude from this lecture and of course many other ie Peterson, Sapolsky...is psychology is basically like religion with it's many methods and/or different denominations. Its just an evolved religion that's in the business of transforming consciousness to conform to said dogma.
Bernardo Navarro
Bernardo Navarro Ай бұрын
Psychology isn't an easy science that's my experience, but it does help to understand ourselves and others. Nonetheless, is not going to be what you're expecting, eg. Isn't going to explain everything in your life problems but it will teach you to think critically. However, what I mean is that isn't cookies cutter theory science like mathematics that we can apply for everything. Nonetheless, psychology like he said, has many branches or specialized knowledge, but the basics is essential.
Words For Motivation
Words For Motivation Ай бұрын
Teach others if they ask, but teach them not that you have their answers, but that they have their own.
SRINIVASAN R
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What actually goes wrong with communication is everybody don't know how to communicate I believe any healthy relationship could be made even with less communication
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