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I tunes U--UC Berkeley lecture series: Emotions

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Psych 156 fall lectures series
Published 2008
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Feb 02, 2008 John rated it it was amazing
The field of neuroscience is absoluteley exploding--Dacher Keltner is a primary researcher in the subcategory of research into emotion...this is his fall quarter 2007 lecture series at Berkeley on all things related to human emotion. He has a crystal clear, entirely accessible and thoroughly engaging lecture style. Only objection I have is that some lectures appear to be missing. Wish there had been 50 more of them.
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Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, and coeditor of Greater Good magazine. His research focuses on pro-social emotions, power, and moral reasoning."
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