Debunking Denialism

Fighting pseudoscience and quackery with reason and evidence.

Video Lectures: Human Behavioral Ecology with Robert Sapolsky


For more video lectures, see index.

Robert Sapolsky is Professor of Biological Sciences and Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences at Standford University. He held a course in human behavioral ecology at Stanford back in 2010. It consists of two parts. The first part serves as an introduction to various partial explanations for human behavior and the second part puts it all together.

Topics covered include evolution, molecular genetics, behavioral genetics, endocrinology, neuroscience, human sexual behavior, aggression, reductionism and emergence, language, schizophrenia and individual differences. It was designed not to require any background knowledge.

Lecture 01: Introduction to Human Behavioral Ecology
Lecture 02: Behavioral Evolution I
Lecture 03: Behavioral Evolution II
Lecture 04: Molecular Genetics I
Lecture 05: Molecular Genetics II
Lecture 06: Behaviora Genetics I
Lecture 07: Behaviora Genetics II
Lecture 08: Recognizing Relatives
Lecture 09: Ethology
Lecture 10: Introduction to Neuroscience I
Lecture 11: Introduction to Neuroscience II
Lecture 12: Endocrinology
Lecture 13: Advances Neurology and Endocrinology
Lecture 14: Limbic System
Lecture 15: Human Sexual Behavior I
Lecture 16: Human Sexual Behavior II
Lecture 17: Human Sexual Behavior III & Aggression I
Lecture 18: Aggression II
Lecture 19: Aggression III
Lecture 20: Aggression IV
Lecture 21: Chaos and Reductionism
Lecture 22: Emergence and Complexity
Lecture 23: Language
Lecture 24: Schizophrenia
Lecture 25: Individual Differences

One response to “Video Lectures: Human Behavioral Ecology with Robert Sapolsky

  1. Pingback: Index for Video Lectures « Debunking Denialism

%d bloggers like this: