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Understanding the mysteries of human behavior [videorecording] / Mark Leary; Leary, Mark; Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., c2012; Science & mathematics : psychology."" --Container"";""""Course No. 1626."""";""Guidebook includes bibliographical references"";""Disc 1: 1. Solving psychological mysteries -- 2. How did human nature evolve? -- 3. Where do people's perosnalities come from? -- 4. How can siblings be so different -- 5. Why do people need self esteem-or do they? -- 6. Why do we have emotions?-- disc 2: 7. What makes people happy? -- 8. Why are so many people so stressed out? -- 9. Why do hurt feelings hurt? -- 10. Why do we make mountains out of molehills? -- 11. Why is self-control so hard? -- 12. Why do we forget? -- disc 3: 13. Can subliminal messages affect behavior? -- 14. Why do we dream? -- 15. Why are people so full of themselves? -- 16. Do peope have psychic ability? -- 17. Why don't adolescents behave like adults? -- 18. How much do men and women really differ? -- disc 4: 19. Why do we care what others think of us? -- 20. Why are prejudice and conflict so common? -- 21. Why do people fall in-and out of-love? -- 22. What makes relationships succeed or fail? -- 23. Why do people blush? -- 24. A few mysterise we can't explain yet"";""Lectures by Professor Mark Leary

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