Dr. Grace explores the various types of sensation that humans experience focusing on how the brain interprets both physical and non-physical sensations. Signal detection theory and sensory thresholds are discussed.
by Christopher R Grace
September 27, 2010
Dr. Grace discusses newborn psychology, infant brain development, attachment and object permanence. The concept of self-awareness is covered in humans and other mammals. Live children are brought...
October 4, 2010
Dr. Grace explores the various types of sensation that humans experience focusing on how the brain interprets both physical and non-physical sensations. Signal detection theory and sensory thresho...
October 6, 2010
Dr. Grace teaches about subliminal messaging and reveals way in which it is effective and ways in which it fails. He explores topics ranging from subliminal messaging in advertising to lower theft...
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from PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2010)
October 6, 2010
from PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology [Fall 2013]
October 9, 2013
Dr. Chris Grace discusses sensation thresholds and the impact of sensations below the threshold of perception. He explains how subliminal communication works and why it is ineffective in changing b...
October 7, 2013
Dr. Chris Grace describes how people come to understand the world around them through sensations and perception. He relates these principles to the abilities of human attention. Dr. Grace goes on t...
December 8, 2010
Dr. Grace dives in to human social behavior, discussing the bystander effect, altruism, and helping behavior. He asks the question "why we act the way we do when other people are present?" and dis...
from COMM 474: Advanced Studies in Gender Communication
by Timothy Muehlhoff
March 14, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff makes correlations between nonverbal communication and cultural norms about gender. He talks about these implications and notes differences between them.
from CCT Conversation with Jeffrey Schwartz
by Jeffrey Schwartz
December 17, 2013
Research Psychiatrist Jeffrey Schwartz (UCLA) explains how mindfulness encourages empathy, which is crucial in effective leadership and communication.
by Richard Mouw, Timothy Muehlhoff, Thomas M Crisp, and Todd Pickett
September 12, 2014
How can Christians maintain their convictions and yet do so with civility in public discourse? Richard Mouw (President Emeritus, Fuller Seminary) has been a leading voice for "Christian civility." ...