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PSYC 102: Honors Introduction to Psychology

School: Towson University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 18

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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.

Decoding First Date Behavior: Psychology Behind Alejandro's Choices
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Explore the psychological concepts shaping Alejandro's behavior on his first date with Sakura. Unravel the role of self-concept, self-efficacy, personality traits, and the spotlight effect in shaping our social interactions.

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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

Ester's Mystery: Binocular Cues & Selective Attention
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Ester's perception is influenced by binocular cues aiding in depth judgement. Her decision to investigate hinges on signal detection theory discerning significance in stimuli. Her actions are swayed by perceptual set based on past experiences and her balance managed by the vestibular sense comes into play. The gate-control theory sheds light on her pain perception after the fall.

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Unlocking the Science: How Superstitious Behavior Takes Root in Our Mi
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Explore the intriguing science behind superstitious behavior. Discover how accidental timing of rewards influences our beliefs and actions. From Pavlov's dogs to lucky shirts, uncover the psychology of coincidences and their effects on our actions.

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