Yes we finally finished Drugs and Hormones and we are now on to Neural Development.
Music ” When I’ Over You” by Sound of a Revolution
The Skinnerian saga continues with the Premack Principle.
Music “Elton’s Still Standing” by Pigeon
Social Psych and Culture.Â This is the last lecture I will be giving in this class as we move on to student presentations.Â Some may be recorded, with the consent of the students.
Music “Chamber of Evolution” by Chamber of Evolution
Sorry, more technical difficulties.Â Only the last 30 min of the lecture.Â We have moved on to Theoretical Issues in Operant Conditioning, so get the new powerpoints.
Music “Elvis Lives” by Skinner
It is like we are covering drugs so much that we are addicted to them….
Music “The Letter” by Dan Brodbeck and Corey Thompson
Families and Development.
Music “Hello” by Dan Brodbeck and Corey Thompson
Instrumental Conditioning, will it ever end? All about avoidance today.
Music “Drive” by Kids Fly Free
Ken Hernden from the Wishart Library at Algoma U gave a guest lecture in today’s 3306 class. Ken talked about how to search and about the awesome tool refworks. Thanks again Ken, that rocked.
Music “Brother” by The Library of Ephysus (clever eh….)
Music “Ain’t it Clear” by the Canaries.
Will we ever stop doing instrumental condiitoning?Â Yeah sometime in November…
I apologize for the audio quality on this one, my battery on the iRiver mp3 recorder ran out and I hadÂ to record with a Griffin iTalk and my iPod.Â The iPod is a superior mp3 player, but not much of a recorder.Â Indeed, I can record at 320 kBps on the iRiver, but only 16 on the iPod!
MusicÂ “Come On Let’s Go” by Sound of a Revolution