Matthew Dea

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Understanding Social Science Research: Research Methods

Understanding Social Science Research: Research Methods

In this short video, I’m going to describe the main difference between two broad types of social science research. Social science research is the activity of gathering analyzing and interpreting information related to human behavior. There are several disciplines that are part of social sciences such as education, anthropology, psychology and also economics. There are […]

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School of Social Sciences – Psychology Laboratories

School of Social Sciences – Psychology Laboratories

[MUSIC PLAYING] We have a wide variety and range of equipment here in psychology. The main areas we have is specialist equipment, eye tracking, where we have two eye trackers. We have behavioral neural science laboratory with EG equipment, 128 channels. We also have a new driving simulator for work on hazard perception and research […]

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Welcome to The Field Museum

Welcome to The Field Museum

Welcome to The Brain Scoop’s new office! Isn’t it cool? I’m sitting here in Stanley Field Hall in the Field Museum of Natural History. It is one of the largest natural history museums in the United States. It has: representing Right now I’m going to take you guys on a tour of some of the […]

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Visiting the Natural History Museum in London and seeing the Dinosaurs – Outdoor Learning Vlogs
Boolean Logic & Logic Gates: Crash Course Computer Science #3

Boolean Logic & Logic Gates: Crash Course Computer Science #3

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne and welcome to Crash Course Computer Science! Today we start our journey up the ladder of abstraction, where we leave behind the simplicity of being able to see every switch and gear, but gain the ability to assemble increasingly complex systems. INTRO Last episode, we talked about how computers evolved from […]

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Average Treatment Effects: Causal Inference Bootcamp

Average Treatment Effects: Causal Inference Bootcamp

[MUSIC] So causal effects may differ from person to person because people are different. What that means is there’s a distribution of causal effects in the population. So some people may have a positive effect, some people may have a negative effect. Now the best case scenario for learning about causality is that we learn […]

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Wood Science Technology

Wood Science Technology

I think it’s exciting that Kirtland Community College is offering a wood science technology program. I’m not aware of any other school out there that has a program of that nature. Being that it’s a nine-month program through it expedited fashion into a new industry in the career you don’t have to spend four years […]

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UCD College of Social Sciences and Law Graduate Open Day 2018

UCD College of Social Sciences and Law Graduate Open Day 2018

I think first and foremost that education is really a personal voyage of discovery. For every student I think the reasons for choosing postgraduate study will be different. But really it’s about what your goals are in life and what your interests are in terms of your subject field. We’re always evolving to provide more […]

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Artificial Intelligence Solved This Audio Illusion. Can You?

Artificial Intelligence Solved This Audio Illusion. Can You?

Now, did you hear what I was saying? Clearly enough that you could, say, write it in dow the comments? If so, you just experienced a phenomenon called The Cocktail Party Effect. You can hear me while there’s people talking right next to us or if there’s a jazz band across the room. This is […]

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