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Social Brain I

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC21H3
Professor
David Haley

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[PSYC21]
Lecture 9
Final Exam
Cumulative
Intersubjectivity
IT (Interaction Theory)
Automatic perception of others (Strength)
Fails to address ambiguous situations (Weakness) therefore, TT and ST may be more helpful!
Bonobo
Cooperative and loving – really peacefuldifferent from other apes
DeWaal
Aggression and crowding?
“elevator effect ?
Crowding creates formal and peaceful temperament
Increase in grooming behaviour (apes), in humans more formalized rituals, civility
Brain Research Technologies
EEG
- summary of activity inside the brain
- record the surface, dont know where its occurring!
- two things changed: # of electrodes, and how often they record ( can lead to where the activity is
occurring)
- 10:20 system, code to keep track of what electrodes were talking about
High Density EEG
- data in real-time
EEG Frequencies
- what are we talking about?
- common way of analyzing EEGactivities occurring at diff. frequencies, with some activities
when calm (sleep-slow EEG) vs. Fast
Resting EEG Laterality (Fox and Davidson)
- emotions lateralized (one half more involved with approach vs. Withdrawal)able to measure
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[PSYC21] Lecture 9 Final Exam Cumulative Intersubjectivity IT (Interaction Theory) Automatic perception of others (Strength) Fails to address ambiguous situations (Weakness) therefore, TT and ST may be more helpful! Bonobo Cooperative and loving really peaceful different from other apes DeWaal Aggression and crowding? elevator effect ? Crowding creates formal and peaceful temperament Increase in grooming behaviour (apes), in humans more formalized rituals, civility Brain Research Technologies EEG - summary of activity inside the brain
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