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    20. Aggression IV

VIDEO: 20. Aggression IV

(May 17, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky completes his fourth and final part of a discussion about aggression and violence. He discusses how hormones and evolution have shaped this behavior into the way humans interact today. Stanford...
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    19. Aggression III

VIDEO: 19. Aggression III

(May 14, 2010) Robert Sapolsky continues his neurobiological exploration of human aggression. He discusses correlations between neurotransmitter prevalence and aggression levels, aggressive activity differences from genetic variance, societal factors and application,...
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    18. Aggression II

VIDEO: 18. Aggression II

(May 12, 2010) Robert Sapolsky continues his lectures about aggression in humans but also continues to talk about other emotions and what goes on in the brain to cause these various emotions. Stanford University:http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Department of...
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    16. Human Sexual Behavior II

VIDEO: 16. Human Sexual Behavior II

(May 7, 2010) Robert Sapolsky delivers the second part of his two-part lecture on sexual behavior. He discusses how this behavior has evolved into the intricate and complex system that exists today. Stanford University:http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Department of...
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    15. Human Sexual Behavior I

VIDEO: 15. Human Sexual Behavior I

May 5, 2010) Robert Sapolsky explores behavioral patterns of human reproduction. He focuses on proximal and distal motivations, orgasm and fertility facilitation, non-reproductive sex, hormonal and cerebral sexual functions, and the differences and similarities...
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    14. Limbic System

VIDEO: 14. Limbic System

(April 30, 2010) Robert Sapolsky focuses on the role of the limbic system as the emotional component of the nervous system. He explores its influence on decision making, its connection to the cortex, and the various functions of subparts within...
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    12. Endocrinology

VIDEO: 12. Endocrinology

(April 26, 2010) William Peterson and Tom McFadden introduce the field of endocrinology. They explore at the contextual basis of the endocrine system, peptide vs. steroid hormones, the processes by which the brain controls hormones, and hormonal influence on the...
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    11. Introduction to Neuroscience II

VIDEO: 11. Introduction to Neuroscience II

(April 23, 2010) Patrick House discusses memories and how they are formed. Dana Turker then lectures about the autonomic nervous system and its functions. Stanford Universityhttp://www.stanford.edu Stanford Department of Biologyhttp://biology.stanford.edu/ Stanford...