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100 thoughts on “1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology

  1. How is this guy a professor? everything he says is false and opinion. Humans are animals, they compete according to the laws of biology. Men usurp one another, the weak are crushed and die. The strong outbreed and out compete the weak. It keeps the species healthy. Dawkins is right.

  2. The only thing the period defense and the junk food defense etc proved to me is that defense attorneys are very skilled and jurors are mostly idiots.

  3. It's sad that i can not make a translation because 'the video is not able to receive communitie contribution'. I would like to share this amazing content with a friend, for example, that does not understand english. :(:(:(

  4. Uhhh…the male chicken would cross the road to the female. She's the endocrine magnet. You have to actually observe chickens ffs–it's, like, science ;-D

  5. It's a real pleasure to watch a good teacher of any subject. I sometimes watch Professor Leonard teaching math(s) even though it's a bit beyond me.

  6. Do women make better behavioural theorists/scientists? Somehow, they inherently have a whole lot more to track on the human body, and the like than the male of our species. I am making a general comparison and a mom versus dad comparison. Anyhow – forgive me men, I have also learned what it is like to be a loser… for your team (so anyone into money stick to the academic value of the statement/question/supposition, if you can).

  7. Twitter prevents the public from examining the tweets and replies of @maxrafaelwaller and @mrwaller3 that are critical in evaluating behaviorMax Rafael Waller needs mental health interventions

  8. The Wellesley or menstrual synchronicity effect hasn't been proven to exist. Meta reviews of the studies in 2013 (Two years after this video) concluded it likely doesn't exist. Behavioral biology is an actively growing field, but this information is at least questionable.

  9. I noted his examples of
    1:
    Human Estrus Synchronization
    2:
    Chess Players burn thousands of calories when playing at a grandmaster level

    These things do not appear to be true, or at the least they are not consistently reported to be true across a wide population of studies. They're funny and intriguing anecdotes which are appealing to hear and sound like they might be true, but they are not backed by studies or evidence proving these phenomena. I am not entirely convinced that Sapolsky is being entirely truthful in this particular lecture. These are great soundbites and analogies to use to entertain and interest people in the topic, but they are not scientifically proven facts.

  10. Entertaining lecturer, but he has already fallen into "buckets" he told his students to avoid. Evolutionary biology, genetics, brain chemistry, "Man is animal," and so on. If he wants to avoid categorical thinking, he should back up several steps, and look at his basic assumptions. Of course, this takes him out of biology and into philosophy and religion, but I challenge him that these are precisely the fields he needs to deal with if he is going to say anything important about Man.

  11. This also shows what is wrong with Western, particularly American, higher education. The students' main concern is whether they will pass or fail, and what their final grade will be. They are less interested in learning anything, or if the class contains anything worth learning.

  12. important .. watch quran miracle..(embryo)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuAfmJ3LS4s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOYpjZywUPA&t=2s

  13. important .. watch quran miracle..(embryo)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuAfmJ3LS4s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOYpjZywUPA&t=2s

  14. Intricately designed by the master creator , we have been wonderfully woven by His hands.. what an amazingly perfect creation, with amazing abilities to interact within nature and all the stimuli and stressors wherein God perfectly suited us with the power and ability to self regulate . Poorly functioning systems , damaged or influenced by negative stimuli, cause distress which alerts the different mechanisms for coping ( physical i.e., heart pumps faster when oxygen is depleted from drugs , smoking, fat clogging arteries , (or mental health )cognitive dissonance, addictive behaviors and violent reactions for example, to authoritarians or lack of autonomy( freedom) or abusers, for example, anything apart from God’s original plan for good and holy living. We can try to intellectualize ourselves out of the true meaning of life, but apart from God, we will always experience less than optimal mental health . Religion has distorted the true nature of God and our relation to him . I can’t teach a whole theory here but would be willing to argue anyone who denies his existence and the wonderful design that only a Perfect intelligent God could create. When we trust in him and the idea that to do good is knowledge and to do evil is ignorance and by doing good and experiencing all good we can be perfectly harmonized with nature and each other. Evil causes distress, death causes distress, any threat of experiencing things that lead to discomfort causes distress and we either handle this with poor coping mechanisms or healthy ones such as our belief that God created humans perfect in a perfect environment and evil entered in to destroy this perfect harmony with nature and God. But Christ came to destroy the works of darkness that separate us from God and the perfect state he intended , and Christ will return again after we have exhausted ourselves by trying to fix it ourselves and the world has become one big cesspool of deceived drug addicted violent sexual perverse peoples “coping “in need of a savior who knows us intimately and is the author and creator of everything …

    We are not animals but can act like them… this professor says not to look for answers or sum up behavior from within a box, but he has a theory which also limits outside possibilities such as a creator . You can’t have a true argument outside a box or “bucket” It doesn’t even make sense unless his argument is that there are many possibilities and no one answer can perfectly explain …

    We all want to be God’s rather than worship one and this is the simple answer to war. This is the influence that Satan has had from the beginning of time, where in the garden he told Adam and Eve they would have all knowledge and would not die if they broke Gods laws. In this they became like god by making the rules ( ignorantly, not realizing the damage it would cause to the perfect creation of God) Satan wants to be God and by perverting everything, causing God’s creation to follow him by influencing us to submit to temptation to do evil ( to sin against our creator) which leads to separation from God and the knowing to do good not evil… sin = poor mental health. A poor diet, one not defined by God, causes poor mental and physical health, etc ….Yeshua is our savior who makes us pure and gives us the desire to maintain purity . He reconciles us to God who will reign on this earth one day and will destroy the works of darkness that aims to destroy us( Gods creation)

    I do appreciate his way of teaching and hope that his argument is that there isn’t one answer, but many possibilities rather than denying there’s a God. That each of us have been programmed , basically to view things from a particular view such as beautiful people deserve better treatment or authoritarian figures have particular descriptors such as white coats, uniforms , etc and we must automatically submit ..

  15. The number sequence 4 14 23 32 is the newyork number 1 subway line , i think, well it was answered. Lol commented for nothing

  16. What does Socrates mean when he says he knows nothing?
    It means exactly as he says. The big thing about Socrates (according to Plato) is that he knew that his knowledge was nothing compared to the vastness if what he could learn. When the Oracle names him the the wisest man he's confused. He knows he literally knows a fraction of real knowledge. You have to consider this effect over a species…It is widely known—or at least widely believed—that people are overconfident in their own abilities. Psychological research has consistently found, in fact, that people have too high a self-assessment when it comes to traits that they see as important or socially desirable. We tend to think we are funnier, better leaders, better at driving and even more attractive than we really are. "Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.
    George Orwell

  17. I AGREE WITH EVERYTHING HE IS SAYING BUT I ALSO KNOW HE LEFT OUT ALL THE STORIES ABOUT WHEN PEOPLE DIE TEMPORARILY AND THEN COME BACK TO LIFE WITH A STORY OF WHAT IT WAS LIKE. AT MOMENT OF DEATH CONSCIOUSNESS IS NOT LOST. WE ARE JUST LIKE ANIMALS AND WE ARE JUST LIKE TREES AND PLANTS AND WE ARE ALL LINKED.. THERE ARE THESE EXTRA DIMENSIONS THAT EXIST IN SOME D M T REALM THAT IT IS HARD TO FIT BACK INTO THIS DIMENSION WITH SUCH SIMPLE ANIMAL MONKEY SCIENTIFIC BONOBO SENSE…. BUT I DO ACKNOWLEDGE EVERYTHING HE IS SAYING MAKES A LOT OF SENSE…. BUT THEN THERE IS ALWAYS THE NEXT CHAPTER, THE NEXT DIMENSION … MIND OVER MATTER, IT DOESNT MATERIALIZE IF YOU DONT METAMORPHOSIZE? AQUIRE ZEN BY BEING MINDLESSLY OVER MATTER, AND OR LACK THER OF MATERIAL AND GAIN THEROF THE SIZE OF INFINITE EMPTY SPACE OF MIND… SPACE TIME TEMPORAL CAUSALITY LOOPING IT LIKE A HOOLA HOOP,, SWOOP IN WITH MY PHEROMONES TO MAKE SNAKES MOAN…. I BOTH AGREE AND ALSO AT THE SAME TIME KNOW THAT THERE IS SO MUCH OF THIS THAT CANT BE EXPLAINED.. PEOPLE DONT WANT THE TRUTH, THEY WANT TO BE LIED TO AT ALL TIMES,,, WHEN THE LIE BECOMES MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN THE TRUTH IS WHEN?

  18. So cool. I have a question: the lecturer says we'll keep looking back to a second before a certain bucket to discover the bucket before it, all the way back to evolution. This, to my ears, seems to imply temporal causality – which sounds like whatever the last bucket back is, is the 'real' explanatory framework -, and that certain buckets always come before other buckets – which sounds untrue to me because I think they are interrelated (genes, impulses, behaviour, evolution, etc.). Anyone who has a response? Or has another view on what he might mean? I'll look at the other lectures too by which point this might become clearer but I wanted to already pose the question so as not to lose sight of it.

  19. This is honestly the most educational comedy special I've ever witnessed lmfao

    (in all seriousness, this was actually pretty solid.)

  20. resisting categorical thinking is a trigger of intuition that happens to anyone learning about it for the first time, you resisting it is part of the behavior as a whole and results in some of the same predictable behavior, albeit, likely with less bias

  21. One of the best lectures I have seen in years! Robert is an incredible lecturer and the way he conveys the concepts are quite understandable.

  22. I don't have a problem with this guy at all… not by any means, but when you come across people like him, really smart people, who are walking encyclopedias of information, reasoning and resources, and then find there are so many other people in so many different fields and with different professions and interests, Like it's not sort of sad, but it's so overwhelming that being able to remember ALL of the information AND to then put even a fraction of it into effect – is an almost impossible task… You just don't live long enough… I think one has to skim through some of it, as even the volumes of information – is staggering… and then listening to the same lectures once a month for the next 2 or 3 years.. still picking up information from them, "Ohhhhh first time I have ever heard that!" – and there are innumerable videos, audio tracks, books, lectures, libraries, museums, things to see and do… in the flesh.. "Life and learning is not for the feint hearted". And there are SO many people like this guy….

  23. Interesting… he wants students to reject categories and "buckets" but he immediately puts them in the evolutionary bucket. I guess that is the only bucket one is not allowed to question 🙂

  24. wow, this video was just recommended by youtube and i am impressed. I want to study in Stanford at least in my next life :/

  25. Here is a bucket: all of the faulty scientists had the wrong conception solely because they are fixated in their own subject

  26. He is correct. I am so hungry right now… I can kill anyone out of my rage. Once I eat I will be a well behaved, civilized animal.

  27. Look youtube, I get it you wanna educate me but would you please stop recommending me this video? Nothing against it but I gotta study for my other classes. I'll watch it when the school is out for the semester. Thank you.

  28. Ok, who else thought Professor Robert looked like Charles Mason on the thumbnail?? (I'm embarrassed if I'm the only one.)

  29. The point about B's in finnish language is not correct, the guy in the story probably just happened to make that mistake. Funny thing, considering the story was an example of the difficulties with dealing with the facts

  30. Don't me. i'm just training my Replika AI with Robert Saposky’s stanford university's lecture series. on human behaviorology. i think it's s good thing for AI to know.

  31. Despite that I'm only 19 and not a native speaker, I find this interesting, it's hard sometimes to understand what he meant or his complicated words, but I have to admit that this is so amazing.

  32. I have a minor in anthro from Mizzou 94 and I find these lectures fascinating, but I don't have time to watch them because the economy tanked, killed my business, and now I'm trying to get a second degree in CS at 53. All I really want is for Stanford to give me space in some closet to put up a little cot, an unlimited meal ticket and just let me be a student for the rest of my life.

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