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Dr. David Brodbeck's Psychology Lectures from Algoma University

By Dr. Dave Brodbeck

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From the psychology department at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, here's Dave Brodbeck. Courses this term BIOL/PSYC 2606 Brain and Behaviour, PSYC 3196 Human Evolutionary Psychology and PSYC 3306 Learning.

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Dr Dave Brodbeck's psychology lectures from Algoma University

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Excellent Podcast

Thank you for Podcasting your lectures! I am an AP Psychology student at a high school in Pennsylvania, and your lectures have been tremendously helpful. I listen to every applicable lecture in order to prepare for tests and to gain a more thorough understanding of material. Interestingly, I think we use the same text, the Gleitman, Fridlund, and Reisberg 2004. I strongly recommend this Podcast to psychology students, especially those using the Gleitman text. Dr. Brodbeck presents psychological theory in a way that is thorough, coherent, and comprehensible. He frequently applies abstract theories to dialy situations, and he always explains them so that one can easily grasp their meaning. At times, he references the Gleitman text, but I assume that the theories transcend any particular text, and every lecture goes beyond the book's material. I would also recommend this Podcast to a casual listener with an interest in psychology, as it does not depend heavily on previous knowledge in the field. Peace.

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  • Language: English

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