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Sex Cells and Inherited Trauma – De-Natured

On Nature League, we spend the third week of each month exploring a current trending article from the peer-reviewed literature. Scientific information isn’t just for scientists- it’s for everyone! It just requires a bit of a break down. [CHEERY INTRO MUSIC] For this month’s De-Natured segment, we’re going to look at an article released in […]

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Bayes in science and everyday life: Crash Course Statistics #25

Hi, I’m Adriene Hill, and Welcome back to Crash Course, Statistics. Bayesian Hypothesis Testing–or Bayesian Inference–is a great way to model the way we reason about things in everyday life. We collect evidence and experience and we use it to build our beliefs about the world. We collect information on whether certain facial expressions mean […]

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Eating and Body Dysmorphic Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #33

When Lauren was fifteen years old, her family moved across the country and she started going to a new school. Already shy, Lauren suffered from low self-confidence and had a hard time transitioning; nothing felt right and soon her changing body became a source of insecurity. Eventually, she began thinking that maybe if she lost […]

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Depressive and Bipolar Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #30

American psychologist, and professor of psychiatry, Kay Redfield Jamison, is one of the world’s foremost authorities on bipolar disorder. She’s spent her career researching, lecturing, and writing seminal books on the condition. A condition that she also happens to have had her entire adult life. In her memoir, “An Unquiet Mind,” Jamison details what it […]

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The Integumentary System, Part 2 – Skin Deeper: Crash Course A&P #7

Look at all this stuff! Soaps, lotions, conditioners, polishes — all from that huge section of your local store that’s dedicated solely to the grooming of your skin, hair, and nails. Some might see these things as the trappings of vanity. But me? I see them as the tools for the care, maintenance, and — […]

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