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PSYC 1001: General Psychology

School: University of Colorado at Boulder

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 28

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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.

Unlocking Maturation's Impact on Memory and Development
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Explore the fascinating process of maturation and its role in shaping physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Discover how genetic predispositions and environmental experiences intertwine to influence this journey. Uncover the connection between maturation and infantile amnesia, shedding light on the mechanisms behind early childhood memory formation.

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.

Decoding Human Behavior: Key Elements of Understanding
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Explore the intricate facets of human understanding, from Emotional Intelligence to Cognitive Dissonance. Discover how elements like empathy, social influence, and social cognition come together to provide a holistic insight into human behavior.

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.

Emotional Intelligence Unveiled: Mastering the Four Core Components
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Discover the four pillars of Emotional Intelligence: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Relationship Management. Learn the nuances of each component and their significance in personal and professional settings. Mastering these skills can elevate personal well-being and social interactions.

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