Outtakes #3: Crash Course Psychology


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Okay, I’m not a licensed dog trainer. Do they license dog trainers? Whatever, but I can
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brea- [laughter]
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Aw, that was so good too!
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[laughter]
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That was so real.
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Though, not with the actual sleeping park- park?
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Were his patients just gullible idiots or were thhrwwr
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Except for your eyes, you’re dreaming big dreams and likely feeling- you’re dreaming
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big br-dreams, basically, you’re all hot and bothered, I digitsba hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm.
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Even if you’ve never taken an illicit drug or been to a cheesy dinner theater where the
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main gah arh gah.
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If you had something traumatic happen to you, you may have dragahbrgbrgr.
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Have I ever told you about my dream to have someone hypnotize me to think I’ve never seen
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Star Wars before so I can watch it again for the first time?
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I think that’s a bad idea.
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Do you think I… I’d be like “this movie sucks.”
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This is terrible.
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3-PO!
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Instead, he had discovered the sleep stage we now call REM or “rabid eye movement.”
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Did you hear “rabid?”
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Yeah, I heard “rabid.”
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Rabid eye movement? [growling]
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It’s similar!
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Pbrrbrbrbrbrbr
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Immediately transitioned to the irregular [bleep].
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Hhnn hhn
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Okay I have a burp here… come on out!
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Get it out. Burp burp. Get it out.
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He designed the famous operant chamber or Skinner box a pha
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What? Did anyone else understand that?
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And this is all interesting and weird and sometimes a little gross but that’s what
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But if brain wave readings show us anything its that there’s a lot going on in your brain
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when you dream, and the physiological function theory suggests that dreaming may promote
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neural development and preserve neural pathways by…
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And the physiological function theory suggests that dreaming may promote neural development
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and preserve neural pathways…
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This is similar to the theory that dreams are pot of, pot, pot of, pot of cognitive…
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By this model dreams draw on our understanding of …. ah nnnnnggg nggggg nnnnggg..
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When German physician Franz Mesmer started all manner of
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too fast.
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During which, he claimed to align their internal magnetic
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fler hee har
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In addition to his magnetic quackery, other physicians didn’t appreciate Mesmer’s kitschy
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penchant [laughter]
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penchant I should probably just say penchant.
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This camp suggests that like actors caught up in an intense.. inanin inanintense… inanin
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inanin inanin… inananananananan… in an intense role… inanin inaninaninaninananinaninaninan….
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inanin. Like actors caught up in an intense role of…
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We’ll be talking about memory in an upcoming lesson
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[blows raspberry]
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Ach.. Aclini…
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A clinician… Clinician is a terrible word.
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A clinicia… Argh!
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[Laughter]
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We don’t file away ever single one of our… [laughter]
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…do exactly what you’d ess.. esspect…
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…complex world of enqwuiwwy… enqwuiwwy… [laughter]
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During his famous coke years in the late twenties and thirties he bl- I skipped a thing!
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Skipped a thing
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…just goes to show that whether you’re a psychologist, a neuroscientist, or a philosopher,
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how our various states of consciousness provide a rich, complex world of inquiry to contemplate,
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showing yet again what a ma– hen ha mh mh mh mh mh…
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We’re all continually reinforcing, shaping, and refining each other’s behaviours both
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internally, intentionally, and accidentally, and externally… all of th–
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A perplexing period…
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..observabubble behaviour [laughter]
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words are weird.
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In everyday life we’re all continually reinforcing, shaping, and refining each other’s behaviours,
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both intentionally and accidentally. We do this with both poth-itive…
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poth-itive…
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Nor is hypnosis a relia- relia- reliabl- blah-
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[laughter]
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And some people are just better at this than others which is essentially what bleeing blagh
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[bleep]
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The resulting withdra-aghl… aghl… the resulting withdrahhhhhhl
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He didn’t study human stomachs, though, ’cause of the dis.. the.. the… the procedures were
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terrible … and and cruel
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if you’re wondering why.
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Our various states of consciousness provid– eughhh.
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The research that’s gone into how …
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[burp]
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yah I can hear it in my mouth
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just try’na make you quit.
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It’s gonna be good it’s gonna be good when I get it.


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