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Individual Differences

Robert Sapolsky | 53:55


 Stanford University.


Okay, good. Thank you for watching me once more. Okay, so various uh, organizational things now that we are here in the, uh, last class. One thing is make sure you go online, fill out the online evaluations. Uh, the other is various review stuff. The TAs are giving a review tomorrow from Don until three 30. What time are you guys starting?


1:30-3:30 in Rm 321. Okay. Read it on the board. Unlike me, um, I will pick up on office hours then from three 30 to six and operators will be standing by overnight. Um, but I think that's the preparative stuff. Let's see, before starting this last lecture, uh, something that absolutely has to be done is to once again emphasize what an amazing bunch of TAs you guys lucked out in having.


I've been doing this class for hundreds of years, and these guys are peerless. Uh, so thank them. They have been amazing in every way.

Okay. I guess it needs to be notched down. Okay, so we start off and uh, thank you guys. You really were amazing. So, starting, starting off, what's a lot of what we have been doing for the last 30 lectures or whatever it is here, we've often been wrestling with a behavior occurs, an interesting behavior, a social behavior, an abnormal behavior, a destructive one, A behavior occurs, and obviously our centerpiece throughout has been why did it happen?


And all of our buckets and our buckets that we have magically evaporated. And at the. And over with the why did this happen is another question that lurks through there, simply because very often we are not asking why did this behavior occur? Some human social behavior that's completely benign, but often some fairly disastrous ones.

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