6 episodes

How to Think Like a Psychologist Stanford

    • Social Sciences
    • 3.4, 69 Ratings

    • video
    1. Stereotype Threat and Performance (September 26, 2011)

    1. Stereotype Threat and Performance (September 26, 2011)

    Professor Greg Walton discusses how his work in academic stigma and stereotype has a role in the educational achievement gap and social inequalities in America. (September 26, 2011)

    • 1 hr 32 min
    • video
    2. Can We Really Control Our Emotions? (October 3, 2011)

    2. Can We Really Control Our Emotions? (October 3, 2011)

    James Gross discusses his work in emotional regulation and the role that emotions play in our psychological well-being. (October 3, 2011)

    • 1 hr 35 min
    • video
    3. Meditation, Anxiety, and the Brain (October 17, 2011)

    3. Meditation, Anxiety, and the Brain (October 17, 2011)

    Phillipe Goldin discusses his work in clinically-applied affective neuroscience and research about how the brain can be studied to relieve suffering. (October 17, 2011)

    • 1 hr 37 min
    • video
    4. What Makes Humans Unique? (November 7, 2011)

    4. What Makes Humans Unique? (November 7, 2011)

    Bridget Martin Hard discusses how psychologists can look to nonhuman animals in order to better understand what it means to be human. (November 7, 2011)

    • 1 hr 21 min
    • video
    5. This Is Your Brain on Money (November 29, 2011)

    5. This Is Your Brain on Money (November 29, 2011)

    Brian Knutson gives a lecture on some of the work that he has done in the field of psychology. He is known as one of the leading economic psychologists and also has looked at a broader range of human emotions. (November 29, 2011)

    • 1 hr 36 min
    • video
    6. Being by Doing: Invoking the Self to Influence Behavior (December 5, 2011)

    6. Being by Doing: Invoking the Self to Influence Behavior (December 5, 2011)

    Christopher Bryan gives a lecture on some of the work that he has done in the field of psychology. (December 5, 2011)

    • 1 hr 31 min

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

MrMaks18 ,

Interesting

The title is misleading, how to think as in what is happening in a given situation and the theories to apply instead it provides many Case studies with no mention of accuracy.

Wigannwuk ,

Greg Walton

seems Greg Walton see's that ethnic kid's are a disadvantge even if they are from a wealthy background, but it doesn't stop him saying White kids then Black kids he always puts the White kid first so no matter what the charts say over the years he is still thinking that White is the most important race!

Tanya Mason ,

Loved it!

Will be waiting for updates,

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