1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology

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(March 29, 2010) Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky gave the opening lecture of the course entitled Human Behavioral Biology and explains the basic premise of the course and how he aims to avoid categorical thinking.

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  1. 15:46 is the reason that pi is so unpredictable is because it uses that unpredictability regarding sequences of numbers? So can we figure out pi’s pattern by associating number groups?

  2. These students don't know how blessed they are having the opportunity to become educated… I'm here in my 3rd world country, with my 3rd world internet, struggling to load this video up even on 360p, and I don't know how to handle the joy of hearing these words for the first time in my life. I wish everybody has the opportunity to become educated, no matter where he/she lives in the world.

  3. This is the best motivational speech I've heard in the last decade.

    "When you pay too much attention to boundaries, you don’t see the big picture. All you see are categories."

  4. There has been some research indeed on brain over cellular behaviour and complications when negative or ill feelings originate.

  5. What are your thoughts on the works of Dr. Lipton and Dr. Joe Dispenza and the breathing techniques of Wim Hof? Can humans manipulate consciousness and biology?

  6. Hahahaha, who's standard is 2kids,3.5dogs?? And what is weird about middle age guy curing his crisis with a 16yr old? That is standard. 3.5 dogs is weird. I was going to take this seriously but, cough, cough, no.

  7. I listen to lectures while writing notes, but my genetics book is set so far away. I'm obsessed with this. YouTube recommended this, and now I blame them for me not doing anything! Thanks yt🙄♥️ this is amazing

  8. To prove his point about sounds and how the same sound is interpreted differently by different cultures,ask a Japanese person what noise a cat or dog makes. It's amazing

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