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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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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Jordan Peterson tells you why Social Scientists are terrified of factor analysis

Jordan Peterson tells you why Social Scientists are terrified of factor analysis

So here’s the loose theory, and you’ve got to get this exactly right to understand this properly you got to get it exactly right, and it’s really important because In so far as you guys are interested in psychology, especially in the experimental end of psychology measurement is everything and so much of what psychologists […]

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The Science of Internet Addiction & Brainpower

In September of 1848, a 25 year old named Phineas Gage was working on a railroad in Vermont when some explosive powder ignited prematurely and sent an iron rod flying through his cheek and out the top of his skull- demolishing his prefrontal cortex. The rod was later found about 30 yards from the explosion, […]

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The 9 Types of Intelligence – What Your Talents Reveal About You

Brainy Dose Presents: The 9 Types Of Intelligence – What Your Talents Reveal About You! As it turns out, being good at math or languages aren’t the only ways to be considered intelligent! Everyone is gifted – in their own way. Intelligence is broken down into nine different types, and this categorization was first theorized […]

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Camp Camp: Episode 9 – David Gets Hard | Rooster Teeth

Camp Camp: Episode 9 – David Gets Hard | Rooster Teeth

♪ ♪ T-G-I-F, kiddos! Boy has it been a week! David: Monday we went base jumping for Ered’s Extreme Sports Camp, Tuesday we froze Harrison alive for Magic Camp, I can fix that… David: Wednesday was a double-whammy for Arts and Performance! (sinister tone): Do not move a muscle. David: And all of these hilarious […]

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CARES Module 3 | SHS Strand: Humanities and Social Sciences

Do you dream of becoming a journalist like Jessica Soho or Kara David? Do you want to become a public servant like VP Leni or Senator Bam? If yes, then HUMSS or Humanities and Social Sciences strand may be for you! The HUMSS strand was made for students who love reading, writing, and talking with […]

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Why Choose the School of Social Sciences?

[MUSIC PLAYING] Learning and teaching in the School of Social Sciences is based upon depth of scholarship, a very lively research culture focusing on real world issues, professional experience in links with practice, which is exemplified by the way in which many of our courses are accredited by undergraduate and postgraduate courses by professional bodies, […]

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The Science of GHOSTS! (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill)

I ain’t got phasmophobia. I mean, I ain’t afraid of no ghosts because although things in this world can be spooky, I think a belief in ghosts tells us more about the brain than it does about the supernatural. This is: According to recent polls, nearly three fourths of Americans believe in some sort of […]

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