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PSY 3335: Forensic Psychology

School: Texas State University

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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.

Fraternal Twins: Unraveling Genetics & Environment in Research Studies
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Discover the significance of studying fraternal twins in genetic research. Understand the unique blend of shared environments and differing genetic codes. Grasp how their study enlightens the genetics vs environment debate.

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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

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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.

How did Piaget, Kohlberg, and others describe adolescent development?
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This video delves into the contributions of Piaget and Kohlberg to adolescent cognitive and moral development, along with contemporary research in the field.

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