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PSY 379: PSY 379

School: University of Texas at Austin

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 4

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The Olfactory System: Linking Scents to Emotions & Memories
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Discover the intricacies of our olfactory system and how it connects to emotions and memories. Learn how odorant molecules interact with receptors and influence brain regions. Grasp why certain smells can evoke powerful feelings or vivid recollections.

Differences between CBT and IPT in bulimia treatment outcomes
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This video provides an in-depth exploration of Bulimia, its defining characteristics, and the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and interpersonal therapy (IPT) as treatment options, offering insights into their respective impacts and disproving incorrect statements.

Neurotransmitters & Drugs: Deciphering Brain's Chemical Language & Imp
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Discover the intricate role neurotransmitters play in the brain. Understand how drugs influence these chemical messengers, from agonists to enzyme inhibitors. A deep insight into the neuroscience of mood, cognition, and behavior.

Conformity in Social Psychology: How Peer Pressure Shapes Our Choices
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Discover the powerful role of conformity in shaping human behavior. Through relatable scenarios, learn how our choices can be influenced by peer pressure and societal expectations. Understand the balance between adapting to social norms and preserving individuality.

From Arousal to Emotion: Understanding the Two-Factor Theory
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Discover the concept of physiological arousal and how various psychological theories interpret it into emotions. Learn about the role of context in defining our emotions through the Two-Factor Theory. Grasp the significance of cognitive labeling in different scenarios.

Matching Organizational Laws with Meanings: Closure, Proximity, Simila
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This video explores the laws of visual perception: Closure, Proximity, Similarity, and Simplicity, and matches them with their respective meanings. Closure involves perceiving fragmented elements as a complete figure, Proximity relates to grouping close elements together, Similarity pertains to grouping similar-looking elements, and Simplicity emphasizes perceiving patterns in the simplest manner possible.

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