Explore the basic principles of psychology from biology and behaviour psychological perspectives.
The [course_title] course covers the two leading theories of learning: Classical conditioning and operating conditioning. The key terms and concepts related to classical conditioning and operating conditioning, the difference between them will be discussed in the course. You will learn the side effects of punishments and learn by insight. The concepts related to sleep research will also be covered in the course.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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|1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology||00:57:00|
|2. Behavioral Evolution||01:37:00|
|3. Behavioral Evolution II||01:36:00|
|4. Molecular Genetics I||01:33:00|
|5. Molecular Genetics II||01:14:00|
|6. Behavioral Genetics I||01:38:00|
|7. Behavioral Genetics II||01:32:00|
|8. Recognizing Relatives||01:20:00|
|10. Introduction to Neuroscience I||01:00:00|
|11. Introduction to Neuroscience II||01:13:00|
|13. Advanced Neurology and Endocrinology||01:13:00|
|14. Limbic System||01:28:00|
|15. Human Sexual Behavior I||01:41:00|
|16. Human Sexual Behavior II||01:41:00|
|17. Human Sexual Behavior III & Aggression I||01:30:00|
|18. Aggression II||01:45:00|
|19. Aggression III||01:41:00|
|20. Aggression IV||01:42:00|
|21. Chaos and Reductionism||01:37:00|
|22. Emergence and Complexity||01:42:00|
|25. Individual Differences||00:53:00|
|Dr. Robert Sapolsky’s lecture about Biological Underpinnings of Religiosity||01:22:00|
|Stanford’s Sapolsky On Depression in U.S. (Full Lecture)||00:52:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 1 – Neurons||00:08:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 2||00:08:00|
|AP Psychology – Biopsych – Part 3 – Functions of Most Important Neurotransmitters||00:09:00|
|AP Psychology – Biopsych – Part 4 – Nervous System||00:12:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 5 – Brain Imaging||00:09:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 6 – Brainstem & Limbic||00:13:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 7 – Parts of the Brain||00:07:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 8 – Consciousness||00:14:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Part 9 – Genetics||00:13:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Unit Review – Toughest Terms||00:10:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Practice Problems 1||00:06:00|
|AP Psychology – BioPsych – Practice Problems 2||00:10:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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