Psy_201_Lecture2

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Welcome!
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Some very good advice Don’t sweat the small stuff Look on the bright side Don’t let shyness hold you back Everybody knows it, but easier said then done.
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Thesis for today: The “you” that makes conscious decisions, does not have complete control Left Vs. Right Brain Automatic Vs. Controlled Processes Old Vs. New Brain
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Thesis for today: The “you” that makes conscious decisions, does not have complete control Left Vs. Right Brain Automatic Vs. Controlled Processes Old Vs. New Brain Understanding divisions will help us understand barriers to happiness
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Thesis for today: The “you” that makes conscious decisions, does not have complete control Left Vs. Right Brain Automatic Vs. Controlled Processes Old Vs. New Brain Understanding divisions will help us understand barriers to happiness
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Corpus Callosum
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Corpus Callosum
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Contralateral Visual Processing
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Contralateral Visual Processing Normally, visual information from either side of fixation gets to the “ipsilateral” side (same side)
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Contralateral Visual Processing Normally, visual information from either side of fixation gets to the “ipsilateral” side (same side)
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Contralateral Visual Processing Normally, visual information from either side of fixation gets to the “ipsilateral” side (same side)
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Contralateral Visual Processing
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Contralateral Visual Processing
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Contralateral Visual Processing
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Contralateral Visual Processing
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Now lets communicate with (Left Hemisphere and Right Hemisphere) For most people, language is mainly handled by LH Motor control is primarily contralateral
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Contralateral Visual Processing What will the subject say if the experimenter asks, “What logo did you see?”
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Contralateral Visual Processing What will the subject say if the experimenter asks, “What logo did you see?” “USC!”
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What if the experimenter puts a pen in our Trojan’s split brain’s right hand and says, “Draw a face”. Will it be happy
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