1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology





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Published on Feb 1, 2011

(March 29, 2010) Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky gave the opening lecture of the course entitled Human Behavioral Biology and explains the basic premise of the course and how he aims to avoid categorical thinking.

Stanford University

Stanford Department of Biology

Stanford University Channel on YouTube

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gilbert martinez
Wow this guy is just everything a professor should be
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I never thought I would be interested watching lectures on youtube in my free time, university is really doing a number on me :s
Yiannis Mihail
I cannot thank you enough for uploading this.
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Arcana Mundi
Hey Robert. I have watched your videos more times than I can say. I have schizophrenia. Your videos have helped me a great to understand and cope with it. How do you thank someone for saving your life? Thank you. 
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Michelle Jia
wow this is as enjoyable as art...
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H Endwood
So good to be learning things... For free!
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imagine if all teachers were like this guy. students would learn as much in a week as theyre doing now in a year.
Muzaffar Azimov
I've never seen so many positive comments on YouTube before!
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Pheonix Jackson
More psychology and health should be mandatory in every school just like math.
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