As we develop, how do stereotypes come to affect behavioral choices?

As we develop, how do stereotypes come to affect behavioral choices?

Andrew Meltzoff: Well stereotypes have a very powerful influence on young children. We, and others, have been studying this recently. There are stereotypes in American culture, many stereotypes; some about gender, some about race, ethnicity, even social class and age.…

The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

[clangs] This is Inuyama, Japan, a historic city home to Japan’s oldest original wooden castle. It is also home to Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute.Here, a group of chimpanzees have been trainedto play a game that exposes something shockingabout their…

Careers at NIH: Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (SBSA)

Careers at NIH: Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (SBSA)

My work focuses on, at the population level, how the lived social experience, environment, space, place and time manifest themselves on the human body and how and why demographic groups experience this differentially. So, I was really drawn to the…

Supporting College Students with Psychiatric Disabilities Webinar

Supporting College Students with Psychiatric Disabilities Webinar

Mark Salzer I’m a professor and chair of the department of rehabilitation sciences at temple University and I’m also the director of the Temple University collaborative on Community inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. I want to thank everybody for…

#7 – Within Reach

#7 – Within Reach

Those smells… I would say they’re Indian or Indonesian. My dad taught me how to cook, It’s not a recipe, though it’s been handed down through the family. For me, cooking means working together with family, with friends. It’s something…

BSSR lecture Series: Behavioral Economics, Classical Economics, Public Policy, Politics, and Health

BSSR lecture Series: Behavioral Economics, Classical Economics, Public Policy, Politics, and Health

GOOD MORNING. MY NAME IS DEBRA OLSTER FROM THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH. WELCOME TO OUR FIRST TALK OF THE SEASON AS IT WERE. I’M REALLY PLEASED TO BE ABLE TO INTRODUCE OUR SPEAKER TODAY, DR. GEORGE…

Embrace Your Future: Sport, Coaching and Physical Education | Oxford Brookes University

Embrace Your Future: Sport, Coaching and Physical Education | Oxford Brookes University

The importance of coaching I’d say is you can’t look past it in everyday life and it can make such an impact on people’s day-to-day lives – not only at grass roots level, but an elite level as well. And…

How To Rewire Your Brain For Happiness And Success | Science of Human Behavior | zillionist

How To Rewire Your Brain For Happiness And Success | Science of Human Behavior | zillionist

did you know that your thoughts have a four times greater influence on your happiness than external circumstances study shows that only 10% of your long-term happiness is determined by our external world furthermore 40% is determined by our thoughts…