Prisoner's dilemma

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Yale University
4.9 (1,783 ratings) | 75K Students Enrolled
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Skills You'll Learn

reasoning, Problem Solving, abstract thinking, analytical thinking, Critical Thinking

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SM

Jan 02, 2019

This is very basic course on pshchology but I enjoy studying it for personal reason. I think many learners will take advantages of this course for whatever field of studay and work they are doing.

RF

Aug 01, 2019

The course is great and very interesting. I suggest that it would be more engaging if it is not in full animation (including the instructor). They can use animation only in their examples instead.

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Self and others
In this module, you will learn about psychology examining the self and others. Specifically, in the first half, you will learn about social and non-social emotions. In the second half, you will learn about how we deal with other people—social psychology.

Taught By

  • Paul Bloom

    Paul Bloom

    Brooks and Suzanne Ragen Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science at Yale University

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