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Introductory Psychology

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PSYC 002 Lecture 3: Lecture3: Scientific Principles & Research Methods
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PSYC 002 Lecture 5: Experimental Research
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PSYC 002 Lecture 6: Nature vs Nurture
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PSYC 002 Lecture 7: Intelligence Theories & Assessment
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PSYC 002 Lecture 4: Research Methods
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Research Methods Descriptive Research: a systematic, objective ...

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PSYC 002 Lecture 10: Social Development
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Social Development Attachment ● The strong emotional bond betw...

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PSYC 002 Lecture 13: Social Psychology
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Social Psychology: Social Thinking ● Social psychology is the stu...

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PSYC 002 Lecture 11: Sigmund Freud's View on Personality
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PSYC 002 Lecture 20: Stress, Health & Coping
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Measuring Stressful Life Events Live event scales: self reports...

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PSYC 002 Lecture 12: Lecture 12 - Personality Traits
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PSYC 002 Lecture 2: IntrotoPsychologyII

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PSYC 002 Lecture 15: Chapter 12 Psych Lecture
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PSYC 002 Lecture 13: Section 7 Psych Lecture
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PSYC 002 Lecture 8: Section 5 Psych (9.3, 12.7, 10)
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