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Eating Behaviour – Neophobia and Taste Aversion

In this course, Professor Dominic Dwyer (Cardiff University) explores neophobia and taste aversion. In the first lecture, we think about the evolutionary background of feeding, including the reasons behind our preferences and avoidances for...

5 lectures

0:47:34

Professor Dominic Dwyer

Cardiff University

Philosophy & Religious Studies

The Teleological Argument

In this course, Professor John Cottingham (University of Reading) explores the teleological argument. In the first module, we introduce Aquinas’ teleological argument from regularity in the universe. In the second module, we examine various...

7 lectures

0:51:45

Prof. John Cottingham

Reading University

Mathematics

Solving Equations II – Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics: Foundation Tier

In this course, Professor Keith Ball (University of Warwick) continues his exploration of solving equations, covering Topics A19 and A21 in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics Specification for Foundation Tier. In the first mini-lecture, we...

5 lectures

0:49:15

Prof. Keith Ball

Warwick University

Classics & Ancient History

Ovid: Ars Amatoria

In this course, Dr Sharon Marshall (University of Exeter) explores Ovid’s Ars Amatoria. The course is structured around five critical questions, and in each case Dr Marshall provides a summary of recent scholarship pertaining to the question, as...

5 lectures

0:45:07

Dr Sharon Marshall

Exeter University

Psychology

Research Methods – Conducting Socially Sensitive Research

In this course, Professor Nele Demeyere (University of Oxford) explores conducting socially sensitive research. In the first lecture, we think about research ethics and the moral responsibility of the researcher to ensure participant wellbeing. In...

5 lectures

0:47:16

Professor Nele Demeyere

Oxford University

Psychology

Research Methods – Data Collection and Review

In this course, Dr Eduardo Vasquez (University of Kent) explores data collection and review in psychological research. In the first lecture, we think about qualitative data collection methods, including interviews and focus groups. In the second...

5 lectures

0:29:30

Dr Eduardo Vasquez

Kent University

Classics & Ancient History

Catullus

In this course, Dr Gail Trimble (University of Oxford) explores the poetry of Catullus (c. 84-54 BC). In the first module, we think Catullus’ first poem and what it might tell us about what he hopes to achieve with his poetry – which he describes...

6 lectures

0:54:49

Dr Gail Trimble

Oxford University

Philosophy & Religious Studies

The Cosmological Argument

In this course, Professor John Cottingham (University of Reading) explores the cosmological argument. In the first module, we introduce the a posteriori and inductive methods involved in cosmological arguments for God’s existence, and outline...

5 lectures

0:55:38

Prof. John Cottingham

Reading University

Psychology

Cross Modal Correspondence: Synaesthetic Marketing

In this course, Professor Charles Spence (University of Oxford) explores the concept of cross modal correspondence and how the senses can interrelate. In the first lecture, we think about sound symbolism in object and brand representation. In the...

5 lectures

0:51:41

Professor Charles Spence

Oxford University

Psychology

Social Influence – Resistance to Influence

In this course, Professor Gordon Sammut (London School of Economics) explores resistance to social influence. In the first lecture, we think about the concepts of conformity and obedience. In the second lecture, we think about non-conformity and...

4 lectures

0:39:09

Professor Gordon Sammut

London School of Economics

Philosophy & Religious Studies

Gender and Theology

In this course, Dr Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft (University of Cambridge) explores gender and theology. In the first module we introduce the relationship between gender, feminism, and theology. In the second module, we consider feminist theology in...

6 lectures

1:09:12

Dr Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft

Cambridge University

Psychology

Relationships – Virtual and Parasocial Relationships

In this course, Dr Martin Graff (University of South Wales) explores virtual relationships. In the first lecture, we think about self-disclosure and how it differs between in-person disclosure and online disclosure. In the second lecture, we think...

5 lectures

0:39:42

Dr Martin Graff

University of South Wales

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