Mysteries of Human Behavior (Leary-2012-TTC) x264 H!tcher | 5.43 GBGenre: E-Learning
Scientific mysteries are everywhere around you. At the bottom of the deepest oceans. On the frontiers of the known universe. But some of life's greatest scientific mysteries lie much closer than that: inside the recesses of the human mind.Every day of your life is spent surrounded by mysteries that involve what, on the surface, appear to be rather ordinary human behaviors.
What makes you happy?
Where did your personality come from?
Why do you have trouble controlling certain behaviors?
What does your self-esteem do?
Why do you behave differently as an adult than you did as an adolescent?Enjoy a Multidimensional Approach to Behavior
According to Professor Leary, many of the answers to the puzzles of our behaviors, thoughts, and emotions lie in three broad themes that, taken together, provide us with a more thorough, multidimensional approach for understanding human behavior. Evolution: In some cases, a behavior that is difficult to understand today makes sense when you consider the possibility that the behavior dealt with a particular problem our ancestors faced in the distant past.
Self-awareness: No other animal can think consciously about itself with such abstraction as we can. Self-awareness is an important lens through which to view human behavior because much of what you do is influenced by your self-image, your future goals, and your concerns with what other people think, each of which requires abstract self-awareness.
Culture: Often, we do odd things because our culture has taught us to. Many puzzling behaviors that appear inexplicable when seen through the eyes of one culture may be understandable when seen through the eyes of another.
Throughout these lectures, you'll also learn about the various interacting forces that influence your behavior. These include your genetic blueprint, your personal experiences, your upbringing, and the people and social groups surrounding you.Answers to Pressing Questions about Yourself
Every lecture of Understanding the Mysteries of Human Behavior examines a central question about human behavior we've all experienced at one time or another and that only now, with the aid of scientific research, we can actually explain in ways our ancestors never could. Why do your feelings get hurt? Like physical injury, a loss of social connection compromises your well-being. The brain areas involved in hurt feelings from rejection overlap with the areas involved in the experience of physical pain. Neuroscientists believe that the social pain system was built on top of the older system that mediates physical pain.
Why do you sometimes forget things? One explanation for forgetfulness holds that a memory trace in your brain has deteriorated over time. In fact, the brain appears designed to allow disused memories to become less accessible so that you're not overwhelmed with memories that are unimportant or that interfere with the acquisition of new information.
Of course, not all of the mysteries of human behavior have been completely solved. You'll also explore behaviors that still need more definitive study, such as dreaming, kissing, consciousness, and even the creation and appreciation of art and music.Explore Fascinating Experiments, Case Studies, and StoriesUncover the Mysteries of Everyday Life
As Professor Leary shines a sharp light into the human mind, he demonstrates just why he is so respected by his scholarly peers. Winner of the Lifetime Career Award from the International Society for Self and Identity and a Scholarly Book Award from the Speech Communication Association, he has a way of drawing you into the psychology of human beings and unearthing the captivating features of seemingly mundane aspects of our lives.
After finishing the lectures of Understanding the Mysteries of Human Behavior, you'll realize how much about everyday life you take for granted, develop a deeper understanding of yourself and others, and see how much has yet to be fully explained.Lectures:
01--Solving Psychological Mysteries
02--How Did Human Nature Evolve?
03--Where Do People's Personalities Come From?
04--How Can Siblings Be So Different?
05--Why Do People Need Self-Esteem--Or Do They?
06--Why Do We Have Emotions?
07--What Makes People Happy?
08--Why Are So Many People So Stressed Out?
09--Why Do Hurt Feelings Hurt?
10--Why Do We Make Mountains out of Molehills?
11--Why Is Self-Control So Hard?
12--Why Do We Forget?
13--Can Subliminal Messages Affect Behavior?
14--Why Do We Dream?
15--Why Are People So Full of Themselves?
16--Do People Have Psychic Abilities?
17--Why Don't Adolescents Behave like Adults?
18--How Much Do Men and Women Really Differ?
19--Why Do We Care What Others Think of Us?
20--Why Are Prejudice and Conflict So Common?
21--Why Do People Fall In_--and Out of--_Love?
22--What Makes Relationships Succeed or Fail?
23--Why Do People Blush?
24--A Few Mysteries We Can't Explain Yet
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