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PSY 30: Personality

School: New York University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 4

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Decoding Color Afterimages: Unraveling Hering's Opponent-Process Theor
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Uncover the mystery behind reversed-color afterimages and how our eyes decode them. Explore the role of cones and the importance of Hering's opponent-process theory. Break down other vision theories and their relevance to our color perception.

First Video In Our Three Part Series for Midterms

Intro to Psychology: Biopsychology Fundamentals

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This video explores basic biopsychology, unraveling the complex connections between the brain, behavior, and sensory perception. It examines key brain regions, neurotransmitters, and hormones that govern human thoughts and emotions

Understanding Thorndike's Law of Effect: Behavioral Outcomes Defined
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Explore Edward Thorndike's foundational Law of Effect, illustrating how favorable consequences influence behavior repetition. Contrast this principle with other behavioral concepts like operant conditioning and shaping for a complete understanding.

Kohlberg's Stages: Tracing Moral Development Through Life
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Explore Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development, tracing the progression from early childhood to adulthood. Understand the shifts from consequence-driven decisions to societal rule adherence, culminating in universal ethical principles. Discover how moral reasoning matures through life stages.

Psychology School Using Introspection to Understand Human Experience
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Explore different psychological schools and their approaches to introspection, from Darwinism and Empiricism to Structuralism and Behaviorism. Discover which school used self-reflective introspection to understand the elements of human experience.

The Birth of Psychology: Wilhelm Wundt and the First Lab (1879)
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Discover the fascinating history of psychology's emergence as a science in this video. Explore the contributions of pioneers like Sigmund Freud, John B. Watson, Wilhelm Wundt, G. Stanley Hall, and William James, and learn how Wilhelm Wundt established the world's first psychology laboratory in 1879.

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