Social Psychology Lecture, UCLA, Matthew Lieberman, Ph.D. (Psych 135), 9.29.09 Social Psychology Lecture by Matthew Lieberman, Ph.D. Recorded at UCLA on 9.29.09 Lecture 1 of the 17 part Fall 2009 series (Psych 135) source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related November 5, 2011 / 32 Comments / by aamirpsy / in Uncategorized 32 comments Swati Sharma Brilliant lecture. 72daystar Good lecture, but skip first 6 minutes and final 15. torosalvajebcn the best teacher giving the best course, thanks. tiffanie rios I am a student in South Mississippi, and this is great, helped me with my psychology classes. Great Professor! Ksenia Alekseeva His shirt is too big for him. Distracting from his interesting lecture. andrew frank i sat and listened to the first 6 minutes of it. shit was comedy. Chris Schiebelbein Lecture starts @ 6:36 Al Kane He made you guys in the comments like him ..zing! Psychology. Andres Torres @ 49:00, this is called the Dunning Kruger effect. nuevo this lecturer is a true boss Julian Vlog People out in the sun are more likely to have cancer in 20 year than those who are out in the rain on cloudy days providing neither wear sunscreen and no genetic factors are at play. THAT’s RIGHT His crooked tie is driving me crazy TEZ OF GILEAD! Enjoyed that,great style of lecturing. Debedeb Wilson it is evident a few ppl should not be some students in that class or school Debedeb Wilson ppl are so full of it Sanghamitra Ahirrao which 4 great books ?? anyone who is his student, please comment names of those books. Luis Sanchez Great teachings. This video influences a vast majority of people who have not yet been to college or studied this subject, to now want to study it for themselves. Yunona Yunona What was that? The lecture for prisoners? Why was the "teacher" so vulgar? What a disrespect of students… Disgusted. Brandy As an online psychology student, one of my major disadvantages is the lack of opportunity for great lectures like this. I really appreciate you ability as a speaker to make even your online audience feel as though they are actually there. Good job and thank you. O l i v e r ! 33:25 – Inspiring!51:07 – Bingo! Well said! 51:38 – (fast acting = "automatic processes?") The general public is indoctrinated with bias. It shapes individuals, communities, nations and cultures into compliance of certain agendas.Therefore, it is logical to state that if we don't know the biases we hold, we also don't know the values and principals we hold either. For example: Why is sex a "sin" (religious)? Is it because of personal embarrassment? Resource scarcity? Communal cohesion? Or could it be that an omnipotent being disapproves of it? Sex is an intrinsically good thing. Though through "brainwashing" we have come to see it as something to hide, to suppress and hold only in participation and subscription to a religious agenda. Holding certain things "*in* the word of (and accountability of) god" and out of reach of educated debate? Unlearning a bias can be difficult. Although I believe that once an understanding of conflicting information (to a bias) is "seen" that logic follows suit, and quickly manifests a more proper framework. In any given subject. Terry Howard What is a TA? In our online class for Social Psychology we do not have a TA. Terry Howard Dr. Lieberman will you post the books you are referencing here, please? Bhagwant Singh sir if i send u my children mcq which they solved can u check them n tell me how many marks he got n what tools or other activity sholud i use for them can u send me your id Rob Sellers Colourblind analogy is untrue/misleading. They are unable to "construct" the colour, it is not conscious/subconscious, it is mechanical. MOMS Mobile Oil Change Why enroll if the lecture is online ..colleges are ripping off students Nardo218 x what a creepy asshole Casper P Thank u, i had become aware of a bias without any knowlegde about psychololy. This drove me crazy and as i kept thinking i kept on discovering more and more biases. I wrote them al down. This kept on going and i started writing entire psychological theories, my parents thought is was some sort of einstein but i knew this wasnt the case and i am glad to not just find out what i kept om describing as 'unknowingly becoming knowing of the unknowing'. What i love most about all of it, im left with a much deeper understanding of psychology. And actualy decided to go ahead and quit my study to switch to psychology. So thank u a lot (and apologies for my english) altareggo This is promising, I must say. However, the hypothesis that we as a species are somehow hard-wired to consider all snakes as harmful, is simply false. Its been my experience that most folks are born neutral to such notions as "snakes and spiders are dangerous." They learn these fears from situations or from others such as parents, friends, teachers, etc. I have always been cautious around, but fascinated and unafraid of all wild animals, snakes, sharks, spiders etc included. As a species, we are have VERY few hard-wired things – such as fear of heights. We DO however, have many "tendencies" and pre-dispositions towards stuff – some speicies-wide and some specific to individuals. Colin Alli Does anyone know the textbook used for this class? thanks.. Flor Cámara Halac who filmed so horribly? Muhamad Jamal I've just finished the entire playlist, and I really enjoyed it.ca anyone provide a copy from the presentation slides the professor used in his lecture? that would be a tremendous help if possible.. bingboyify so interesting! he really knows how to teach!!