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PSCH 381: PSCH of Interviewing

School: University of Illinois at Chicago

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Egocentrism Explored: Understanding and Overcoming Our Inward Focus
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Egocentrism, a cognitive bias, causes individuals to prioritize their perspectives, influencing decisions and interactions. Using relatable scenarios with college students and vacation planning, we examine how egocentrism operates and ways to challenge this bias through empathy and perspective-taking.

Understanding Alcohol: Depressant Effects on the Body
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Explore the characteristics of alcohol and its impact on the body in this video. Address common misconceptions about alcohol, including its classification as a stimulant, and learn why it is correctly categorized as a depressant due to its effects on neural activity and body function.

Unraveling Social Traps: Overfishing to International Conflicts
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Explore the concept of social traps, exemplified by the Tragedy of the Commons and its real-world implications like overfishing. Delve into mirror-image perceptions in scenarios such as sports rivalries and international conflicts, uncovering the root causes of negative stereotypes and hostilities. Discover the importance of fostering communication, empathy, and cooperation to break the cycle of negativity in various contexts.

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.

René Descartes and Reflexes: Understanding Nerve Pathways in Our Body
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Uncover the philosophical origins of nerve pathways and reflexes. Discover how René Descartes shaped our understanding of the body's automatic responses. Differentiate his contributions from other famous thinkers.

The Prisoner's Dilemma: Cooperation vs. Self-Interest
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Discover the complexities of the prisoner's dilemma, a cornerstone scenario in game theory. Delve into the tensions between mutual cooperation and individual self-interest, and the consequences that emerge from these decisions. Grasp the inherent conflict between pursuing personal advantages and the broader benefits of collaboration.

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