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PSYCH 3320: Perception and Language

School: Ohio State University

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Unraveling Motivation: How Different Perspectives Shape Our Drive
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Unpack the different psychological perspectives on motivation, from biological drives to socio-cultural influences. Understand how internal and external factors shape our desire and commitment. Explore the roles of conscious and unconscious elements in motivating behavior.

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.

What three issues have engaged developmental psychologists?
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Developmental psychology explores human development from infancy to old age, addressing core issues of Nature versus Nurture, Continuity versus Discontinuity, and Stability versus Change, offering vital insights for education, parenting, and interventions.

Deciphering Drug Tolerance: From Myths to Real-World Examples Explaine
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Discover the nuanced world of drug tolerance using real-world scenarios. Learn to differentiate between dependence, habitual use, and actual drug tolerance. A must-watch for understanding drug effectiveness and its implications.

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.

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.

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