Individual Influences on Behavior
Individual Influences on Behavior

Individual Influences on Behavior

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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Which factors influence our motivation and how do you explain the cognitive dissonance theory?

With Dr. Tarry Ahuja you have the expert on your side to learn everything about the biological and psychological factors that influence behavior and which will be relevant for your MCAT preparation. According to the subjects of the Foundational Concept 7 (Content Category 7a) you will get to know the following topics:

  • Biological Bases of Behavior
  • Personality and Psychological Disorders
  • Motivation and Attitudes

Quiz questions will be placed at the end of each lecture so you can test your learning progress. Attached scripts and matching magazine articles will deepen your understanding of the content.

Course Details

  • Videos 32
  • Duration 3:44 h
  • Quiz questions 105
  • Articles 13

Content

Your Educators of course Individual Influences on Behavior

 Tarry Ahuja, MD

Tarry Ahuja, MD

Dr. Tarry Ahuja is currently a senior medical real-world evidence scientist for a major pharmaceutical company for Europe and Canada and is a lecturer at Carleton University teaching โ€œBiological Foundations of Addictionsโ€ and โ€œHealth Psychologyโ€.

He graduated with a PhD in Neuroscience with a specialty in electrophysiology and pharmacology from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

He has worked for over 10 years in the hospital setting in sleep disorders clinic working with patients and trying to better understand sleep patterns and sleep disorders. Additional, he has done over 10 years of clinical research in the areas of Alzheimerโ€™s, stroke and ischemia with the National Research Council of Canada.


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Extremely basic review, haphazardly produced and much out of date.
By Arthur L. on 28. November 2017 for Individual Influences on Behavior

This is an extremely basic review. Unbelievably, after referring to DSM 5, many of the diagnoses presented were DSM IVR, and are not in the DSM 5. About half of the lectures referred to MCAT preparation. There were grammatical/typographical errors in several of the questions. In the schizophrenia lecture the word โ€œdissociatingโ€ is used when โ€œdiscriminatingโ€ is meant (โ€œโ€ฆ having trouble dissociating between reality and delusions or hallucinationsโ€).

 
NEUROPHYISIOLOGY perfect!
By Laura P. on 19. October 2017 for Nervous System: The Action Potential โ€“ Biological Bases of Behavior (PSY, BIO)

I love your lectures!! I'm studying the topic neurophysiology from the physiology subject (medicine), but it's everything much better explained here than just physiology. I understood everything perfectly!

 
Great!
By Kelly P. on 11. June 2017 for Nervous System: Saltatory Conduction โ€“ Biological Bases of Behavior (PSY, BIO)

Very useful, he explained the topic in such a simple manner.

 
Presentation nice and to the point
By Neuer N. on 07. June 2017 for Understanding Psychological Disorders: Classifying โ€“ Psychological Disorders (PSY)

Presentation nice and to the point.Each lecture is clear and relevant to today's syllabus.