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INTJ  – The Scientist –  MBTI The Myers & Briggs 16 Personality Types (Personality Test) ANIMATION

INTJ – The Scientist – MBTI The Myers & Briggs 16 Personality Types (Personality Test) ANIMATION

INTJs are analytical problem-solvers, eager to improve systems and processes with their innovative ideas. They have a talent for seeing possibilities for improvement, whether at work, at home, or in themselves. Often intellectual, INTJs enjoy logical reasoning and complex problem-solving. They approach life by analyzing the theory behind what they see, and are typically focused […]

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Annoying Features of the Mind – The Science of Well-Being by Yale University #10

Annoying Features of the Mind – The Science of Well-Being by Yale University #10

So now, here, we’re going to pause for a second. because we’re almost at the end of the lecture. But I want to really have a moment, where you guys reflect on this, and take this all in, right? All this stuff that I’ve told you, scientifically, when you actually look at the people who […]

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Gestalt principles | Processing the Environment | MCAT | Khan Academy

Gestalt principles | Processing the Environment | MCAT | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Imagine that you’re sitting at home and you’re watching a basketball game on your TV. What you’re actually seeing are a bunch of still images put in front of one another and what you’re doing is taking those still images and putting them together in your head and basically telling yourself that you’re watching […]

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Biblical Series I: Introduction to the Idea of God

Biblical Series I: Introduction to the Idea of God

[CLASSICAL MUSIC] [APPLAUSE AND CHEERS] Well, thank you all very much for coming to this. It’s really shocking to me that you don’t have anything better to do on a Tuesday night. [AUDIENCE LAUGHTER] No, but seriously, though, it is. I mean, it’s very strange in some sense that there’s so many of you here […]

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Graduate Diploma of Psychology | Swinburne Online

Graduate Diploma of Psychology | Swinburne Online

If you want to start your journey towards becoming a registered psychologist, then the Graduate Diploma of Psychology is for you. You’re learning in this program will be highly specialised and focused. You’ll start off with some foundation units in psychology that look at introduction to research methods and statistics. From this you’ll expand your […]

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The Science Behind the Pimple Popping Phenomenon

The Science Behind the Pimple Popping Phenomenon

Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting this episode! Go to CuriosityStream.com/Psych to learn more. [♪ INTRO] Fair warning: If you don’t like thinking about zits and the stuff that comes out of them, this episode might be a little too gross. Picture the last zit you had. But not a baby one — a real juicy […]

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The Science of Online Trolling

The Science of Online Trolling

Well they are possibly the meanest, most annoying people online. Internet trolls are people lurking in cyberspace who launch attacks. The internet is an incredible tool but like most tools it can be used as a weapon. Don’t listen to trolls and for god sake don’t become one. I think that what we really need […]

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Becoming a Psychologist | Swinburne Online

Becoming a Psychologist | Swinburne Online

Swinburne Online offers students a variety of degrees within psychological sciences, this includes the Bachelor of Psychological Sciences, the Graduate Diploma in Psychology, a Graduate Diploma in Psychology Advanced, as well as a Bachelor of Social Science with a Major in Behavioral Studies. Our Bachelor of Psychological Sciences is our accredited three-year sequence degree in […]

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