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PSY 3110: Abnormal Psychology

School: Wright State University

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Duality of Intelligence: Fluid vs. Crystallized Abilities Explained
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Discover the dual nature of intelligence - Fluid and Crystallized - and how they shape our thinking and problem-solving abilities. Explore real-life scenarios showcasing the application of these intelligence types. Gain insights into recognizing your own cognitive strengths and areas for growth.

Differences in Concrete and Formal Operational Thinking
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This video explores Jean Piaget's theories of child development, specifically focusing on Concrete Operational and Formal Operational Thinking stages and illustrating their distinctions through the Pendulum Experiment.

Generalization: From Learning to Universal Application
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Explore the concept of 'generalization' in behavior modification. Discover its significance in practical application, efficiency, and adaptability. Learn how skills learned in one context can be applied universally.

Proximity: The Situational Key to Human Attraction
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Explore the factors that shape human attraction, from inherent traits like appearance and personality to situational factors like proximity. Understand why we're often drawn to those who are similar or close to us. Discover how circumstances influence the dynamics of attraction.

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.

Functionalism in Psychology: Understanding Thoughts & Behaviors
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Explore the principles of functionalistic psychology, from its emphasis on understanding the purpose behind our thoughts and behaviors to its integration of pragmatism and evolutionary perspectives. Discover how context, individual differences, and a holistic approach play pivotal roles in this psychological framework.

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