2015 Personality Lecture 12: Existentialism: Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard

This lecture, and the next, are probably the most explicitly philosophical lectures ofthe course.Then, we move into psychometrics, and biological psychology.Those are going to be the most scientific lectures of the course.I was thinking, this morning, while I was preparing this lecture, about why I approachthese topics this way.Part of the answer is, probably, that […]

Smoking and mortality: the first large-scale Australian results

-Prof. Banks: I’d like to start by acknowledgingthe traditional custodians of the land on which we meetand paying my respects to the elders past and present.I’d also like to thank the organizers for giving me this opportunityto talk to you.And I’d also like to acknowledge the dignitaries in the room,particularly the vice chancellor,the chief medical […]

WWU CHSS Dean’s Lecture Series – “Home is Where the School Is” – 2/27/13

BRENT CARBAJAL: OK, good evening, and welcome to another installment of our College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s Lecture Series. I’m Brent Carbajal. I’m the Dean of the college, and it’s my pleasure to have you all here. As you might know, this is a community series of lectures that’s sponsored by our college […]