Introduction to Psychology – Level 3 is the study of the human mind and behaviour. This introductory course in psychology is designed to offer students a basic understanding of human behaviour. The main objective of this course is to let students assess psychological research and have a more in-depth understanding of human thought process and its impact on behaviour.
In this course, the learner will study some of the most fascinating experiments conducted within the field of psychology, its implications of those studies and its impact on the human mind and human behaviour. Similarly, in the course we will explore the brain and some of the cognitive abilities it supports like memory, learning, attention, perception and consciousness.
By the end of this course you will have gained a much better understanding and appreciation of who you are and how why you do things the way you do.
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This is a knowledge-based course, and thus, will contain no method of assessment.
Once the course completed, the learners get awarded the certificate of completion for ‘Introduction to Psychology - Level 3' by iAP.
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|1. History & the Scientific Method|
|1.1. Lecture 1 – Psychology Emerges||FREE||00:15:00|
|1.2. Lecture 2 – Before Freud||FREE||00:18:00|
|1.3. Lecture 3 – Freud||FREE||00:14:00|
|1.4. Lecture 4 – After Freud||FREE||00:16:00|
|1.5. Lecture 5 – Truth Seeking||FREE||00:13:00|
|1.6. Lecture 6 – Knowledge Association||00:16:00|
|1.7. Lecture 7 – Knowledge by Contrast||00:15:00|
|2. The Matter of the Mind|
|2.1 Lecture 1 – Brain Matter||00:20:00|
|2.2 Lecture 2 – Your Light Switch||00:13:00|
|2.3 Lecture 3 – Subcortical Regions||00:13:00|
|2.4 Lecture 4 – The Occipital Lobe||00:11:00|
|2.5 Lecture 5 – The Temporal Lobe||00:15:00|
|2.6 Lecture 6 – The Parietal Lobe||00:16:00|
|2.7 Lecture 7 – The Frontal Lobe||00:18:00|
|2.8 Lecture 8 – Split Brain||00:15:00|
|3. Sensation, Perception, Attention and Awareness|
|3.1 Lecture 1 – Outside In||00:14:00|
|3.2 Lecture 2 – Point of Contact||00:20:00|
|3.3 Lecture 3 – Perceiving What: Part 1||00:19:00|
|3.4 Lecture 4 – Perceiving What: Part 2||00:18:00|
|3.5 Lecture 5 – Perceiving Where||00:18:00|
|3.6 Lecture 6 – Selection||00:17:00|
|3.7 Lecture 7 – Self Awareness||00:13:00|
|3.8 Lecture 8 – Theory of Mind||00:14:00|
|4.1 Lecture 1 – Forces of Nature||00:15:00|
|4.2 Lecture 2 – Rise of Behaviorism||00:16:00|
|4.3 Lecture 3 – Learning||00:14:00|
|4.4 Lecture 4 – Learning by Consequence||00:18:00|
|4.5 Lecture 5 – How to Flirt||00:18:00|
|4.6 Lecture 6 – Conditioned Superstition||00:10:00|
|4.7 Lecture 7 – Passing the Test||00:15:00|
|4.8 Lecture 8 – Observational Learning||00:12:00|
|5.1 Lecture 1 – Memory is Not Singular: Part 1||00:16:00|
|5.2 Lecture 2 – Memory is Not Singular: Part 2||00:25:00|
|5.3 Lecture 3 – Reconstructive Memory||00:13:00|
|5.4 Lecture 4 – False Memory||00:10:00|
|5.5 Lecture 5 – Deja Vu||00:19:00|
|5.6 Lecture 6 – Familiarity||00:13:00|
|5.7 Lecture 7 – Amnesias||00:16:00|
|5.8 Lecture 8 – What is Not Forgotten||00:15:00|
|6. The Social Mind|
|6.1 Lecture 1 – Conformity||00:14:00|
|6.2 Lecture 2 – Authority||00:17:00|
|6.3 Lecture 3 – Protecting the Self||00:15:00|
|6.4 Lecture 4 – Good People Do Bad||00:16:00|
|6.5 Lecture 5 – Bystander Interference||00:12:00|
|6.6 Lecture 6 – Schemas, Stereotypes and Prejudice||00:16:00|
|6.7 Lecture 7 – Competition, Ignorance, Fear and Prejudice||00:18:00|
|6.8 Lecture 8 – Attraction||00:20:00|
|7. Mental Illness|
|7.1 Lecture 1 – Diagnosis||00:21:00|
|7.2 Lecture 2 – Anxiety Disorders||00:22:00|
|7.3 Lecture 3 – Disorders of Emotion||00:21:00|
|7.4 Lecture 4 – Schizophrenia||00:22:00|
|7.5 Lecture 5 – Personality Disorders||00:16:00|
|7.6 Lecture 6 – Insight Therapies||00:18:00|
|7.7 Lecture 7 – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy||00:21:00|
|7.8 Lecture 8 – Biological Treatments||00:22:00|
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