Podcast by DHS P4 Psychology
The Great God Given Maze Which is our Human World
Edward Tolman created a field of psychology called cognitive behaviorism, as he believed that animals learned about the world around them and used what they learned to solve problems in the future. Here, we talk about Tolman's famous "god-given maze" experiment he did with lab rats and why the results of the experiment were what they were. Also, we talk about latent learning and the examples of it we experience in everyday life.
The Sight of Tasty Food Makes a Hungry Man's Mouth Water
The Sight of Tasty Food Makes a Hungry Man's Mouth Water by DHS P4 Psychology
IMPRINTING CANNOT BE FORGOTTEN
Are you desperate to learn about imprinting? Me neither. But regardless, give this podcast a listen for some educational information on the study of organisms coming to recognize another figure as a parental being.
Anyone Regardless of Their Nature Can Be Trained To Be Anything
Our podcast is explaining and describing John B Watson's findings. This gives you a clear explanation of the experiments he produced and how they influenced his theory. We have multiple individuals featured on the podcast telling us and the viewers about their first-hand experience with “Anyone regardless of their nature can be trained to be anything”
Instinct Is A Dynamic Pattern
Informational podcast about the way in which we learn based around instinct. In this episode we talk about the learning theory of instinct founded by Wolfgang Köhler. As well as Gestalt psychology.
Who teaches children to hate another race?
We have just come back from a short break with an interesting queery, where do children learn to hate another race? We will be talking about the Doll Test Experiment, its findings, and its impacts on society and change.