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Get Psyched: Think Stronger, Live Longer | Regan A.R. Gurung | TEDxFondduLac

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Get Psyched for the big picture! Dr. Regan Gurung sums up Intro Psych in 18 minutes. Watch his TED talk and then take the quiz.

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Perception, Schema, Availability heuristics, Associative learning, Nature vs Nurture, Gestalt Theory, Reciprocal determinism, Social-Cognitive learning theory, Cognitive Learning, Extrinsic Motivation, Behavior modification, Law of Effect, Modeling, Action potential, All-or-nothing response, Synapse, Acetylcholine, Amygdala, Hypothalamus, Endorphins, Two-Factor theory of emotion, Dual Processing, Top-Down processing, Framing, Attributional style, Cognitive Restructuring, Self-efficacy, Resiliency, Cognitive Appraisal Model, Primary Appraisal, Secondary Appraisal, Learned helplessness, Humanistic Psychology
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