Dr. David Brodbeck's Psychology Lectures from Algoma University
Summary: From the psychology department at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, here's Dave Brodbeck. Courses this term PSYC 3256 - Advanced Univariate Statistics, PSYC 3106 - Anima Behaviour and BIOL/PSYC 3506 - Neuropharmacology.
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We finish up central tendancy and then move on to spread. Music "First Semester Freedom Fighter" by Hell or Highwater
We finish up the basics, then get into learning. Music "Toys on a Shelf" by A Step Behind.
Brains Brains Brains! Music "Walk Away" by the Dust Poets
mean, median, mode.....
ESS, inclusive fitness et al Music "A Little Bit More" by Uncle Seth
Your mind is in your brain, your brain is part of your body, therefore, your mind and body are not separate. I'm just sayin'.... Music "Be Prepared" by Neuron Dreamtime
Get a feel for those numbers Music "Blue" by Captain Average
How did we get here? Music "Always Been Me" by Startlefish
You know this topic had to take more than one class.... Music "Today" by Dan Brodbeck and Corey Thompson
Swimming in the gene pool, god what a lame joke... Anyway, a note, some of these files, the audio, will be touch and go for a few days. Our host is migrating servers. I imagine everything will be fine soon. When is soon? Well, it is before later. Music "Just Because" by One Shot Left
We end our trip into the past and jump well, back in to the past by talking about different ways of truth seeking, such as the law, common sense, religion and of course our friend science. Music "Tyrant Mind" by 24 Hour Church of Beer
We start our journey. Music “Hundred Times Over” by Private Joker
Or, everything you know is wrong (even that this is a Monarch Butterfly). Oh and Tina sent me a link about the crazy chicken dinosaurs which I imagine will soon take over the world. music “Chamber of Evolution” by Chamber of Evolution
History is cool. Music "First Semester Freedom Fighter" by Hell or Highwater
An introduction to an introduction to psychology. (Note, I had a lot of mic noise in today's lecture, so this is a repost of the lecture I gave this spring, it is pretty similar). Music “Still Alive” GlaDOS and Jonathan Coulton