Working Memory | Baddeley & Hitch 1974 | Memory | Cognitive Psychology

Working Memory | Baddeley & Hitch 1974 | Memory | Cognitive Psychology

Talking of short-term memory as a single unified concept is like calling a multi-tool a mere flip knife. It’s like saying pizza is made from pizza. It’s time to find out what the short-term memory equivalents of flour, eggs, tomato and cheese are. And so we open our recipe book to Baddeley and Hitch’s working …

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Manchester University Psychology Students are Prepared for Success

Manchester University Psychology Students are Prepared for Success

Psychology is in demand now more than ever because psychology is a hub, it’s in the middle of many of the sciences. We’re uniquely placed in a small liberal arts college, we don’t teach just within our hall of psychology, we teach across disciplines. The future of higher education is moving towards collaborative models of …

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Free Foundations of Psychology Course – Overview – Open2Study

Free Foundations of Psychology Course – Overview – Open2Study

[MUSIC PLAYING] Look at this beautiful machine. It’s driving your body right now. Would you like to know something more about human nature? My name’s Andrew Francis, and I’m an associate professor in psychology at RMIT University. And I’ve been a student and academic in psychology for about 30 years, and I also run a …

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UCSB Counseling and Psychological Services | Department Overview

UCSB Counseling and Psychological Services | Department Overview

My name is Doctor Jeanne Stanford and I’m the director of Counseling and Psychological Services also known as CAPS. So at CAPS, we try to make sure that students as well as the larger community have a successful career here. [Voice over] CAPS promotes the emotional well being of student there’re short term and individual …

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CEL Webinar – The Power of Mental Models

CEL Webinar – The Power of Mental Models

Good morning everybody and welcome today. Hi this is Tom Ulbrich Assistant Dean for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation at the University at Buffalo’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Thank you for joining us for our short webinar this morning on mental models. So we thought we would share this with you today and give you a …

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Experimental Psychology – student views

Experimental Psychology – student views

I hadn’t actually done Psychology at A level so doing first year lectures and all that kind of thing I actually really loved it because it was completely new to me and it was really easy to get on with everyone It was really clear directions in terms of what you needed to do Like …

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Journey of Sound to the Brain

Journey of Sound to the Brain

Have you ever wondered how sounds make their way from the source, [Trumpet playing] all the way to your brain? Take a trumpet, for instance. When it’s played, it makes sound waves in the air. The outer ear catches the waves, which then travel through a narrow passageway called the ear canal. The sound waves …

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The truth about teen depression | Megan Shinnick | [email protected]

Translator: Ana Díaz Moreno Reviewer: Denise RQ About a month ago today, I sat on the edge of my hospital bed, and I asked myself the simple question, “Why?” I had worked for years to be where I was, a young social activist, who co-created two successful non-profit organizations, a good student, and an even …

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U-M’s Dr. Thomas Schwenk on Medical students and depression

U-M’s Dr. Thomas Schwenk on Medical students and depression

– We were concerned about two things related to depression in medical students. The first is that we know the prevalence is somewhat high, a bit higher than the general population perhaps. But the second concern was that medical students do not seek mental health care like you might suppose they would. Theoretically they have …

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Psychology of Success: Praising for “Effort” vs. “Ability”

Psychology of Success: Praising for “Effort” vs. “Ability”

I’ve heard from many parents that this particular set a research has influence the way they parent their children. I’ve also heard from teachers that this research has changed the way they engage with their students. In fact, many schools–elementary schools and middle schools– have started adopting this research and implementing it into their general …

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