Learned Helplessness Theory Part 1/2 | Weekend Podcast #21

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RatFacedJasper
RatFacedJasper
7 months ago

Josh needs to unlearn the word 'essentially'.

Hasid lafre
Hasid lafre
7 months ago

here we see sleepy and high in their natural weekend habitat.

Brian James
Brian James
7 months ago

Thats not the case anymore? Why is it that we find out about the horrors that governments and scientists were up to after the statute of limitations expires regularly and we jump to the conclusion that thats not the case anymore? Please lay out your logic for making such a statement.

General Kale Ran.
General Kale Ran.
7 months ago

Explains why people with abusive parents go and stay in relationships with abusive partners

MrRobtwothirds
MrRobtwothirds
7 months ago

The only news in town is the computer evidence of China's cyber attack on the US elections, the rest is small potatoes, but it's taking its time to filter through. It is like Pearl Harbour happening yesterday, and people are still not saying Japan just attacked the US, they may even be saying it is illegal to say Japan just attacked the US. .

DeffGrapes
DeffGrapes
7 months ago

Learned helplessness = Domination

Brittany G
Brittany G
7 months ago

Lenin met with Pavlov to have a better understanding of how he could implement his discovery on human's. Lenin believed people to be nothing more then animal's. Cattle…hmmm. This is a common belief of tribesmen. This is why I believe starvation is not due to communism not being effective. The intention is the starvation. This was the method to break the human faith in Christ so that the void could be filled with something new.

Clifford
Clifford
7 months ago

Not bad but needs more spice.

Helen Duffield
Helen Duffield
7 months ago

I've suspected for some time that people are now being conditioned to give up rather than fight back. Would anyone concur with that? I have BA (psychology) BSc (Hons, neuroscience) PhD (neuroscience). I have a foot in both camps, and nowadays, the lines between psychology and neuroscience are very blurred. Milgram's research was uniquely valuable and it doesn't do to be too fastidious about him. It has often struck me that a studied posture of intellectual fastidiousness is rife amongst young people today. There is virtue in courage and Milgram's experiments were certainly brave. The primary task of psychology is to lay bare and analyse the principles of human behaviour and his experiments were remarkably successful in doing so. We now know that people will bully and torture others if put under what is actually quite slight duress. Hence, Nazi camp guard syndrome. Were it not for Milgram, we would not know that. We like to see ourselves as inherently decent, but we aren't. We are decent despite our humanity, not because of it. Also, foot-shock is used in rodents to generate "PTSD-like" behaviour. I saw that going on relatively recently, in the early 2000s (although the investigator was later denied ethics permission to continue). The worst of that was that the experimental animals were put back into the colony afterwards; they were bullied and often killed by the other rats because they had been conditioned to be helpless.

Scrubs R/C
Scrubs R/C
7 months ago

Shock dogs? Hell no….. shock people? Where do I press the button and wheres the dial that goes up to 11?

thepointyend
thepointyend
7 months ago

SInce lockdown, my dog now associates the jangle of my keys with a long walk and squirrel chasing, she goes nuts!

streglof
streglof
7 months ago

Shocking animals is a really inefficient way of cooking them…

Andy Passmore
Andy Passmore
7 months ago

'We are all in this together' springs to mind… Control through fear eh?

OneArmedMan
OneArmedMan
7 months ago

This is the horny police. Don't jump, you have too much to simp for.

Mr Hunt, first name: Mike
Mr Hunt, first name: Mike
7 months ago

Josh simps, together, stronk

Daemon Silver
Daemon Silver
7 months ago

I read a book once on neuropsychology. The concept of seeing certain behavioral defects as a possible product of brain function abnormality was fascinating. That the doctor upon whom the book was written (possibly the author or some such as well— it’s been a few years and it’s all hazy on account of this as well as the sake I am currently drinking) thought to use essentially trace amounts of psychiatric pharmaceuticals of a psychoactive nature to treat these things was equally inspirational.
I believe the case studies leaned upon that active brain scan situation whereupon one is stimulated via dialogue and such whilst being scanned actively.

Paul Buckingham
Paul Buckingham
7 months ago

'Everything must be ethical' – unless you work for SAGE.

Some Canine
Some Canine
7 months ago

One only need to look at authoritarian governments or slavery to see that this is a real phenomenon.

Nick Taylor
Nick Taylor
7 months ago

Wouldn't want to shock any dogs but id like to see how Carl and Callum react to a few volts…

Jamie Lambing
Jamie Lambing
7 months ago

look into matrix reimprinting, pretty much the opposite

Jamie Lambing
Jamie Lambing
7 months ago

didn't the nazi's do this kind of expieriments and that us took some of the nazi scientists to the us to learn about the studies?

Nacho Business
Nacho Business
7 months ago

Fuck this bloke sends me to sleep

Dr. DoK
Dr. DoK
7 months ago

HUGO IN THE CARL CHAIR

HUGO IN THE CARL CHAIR

Matt Hanks
Matt Hanks
7 months ago

Josh and Hugo really are fantastic editions to the team.

K Dog
K Dog
7 months ago

We build our own cages. Jailers in a prison we built for ourselves.

Daynaris Barathion
Daynaris Barathion
7 months ago

Leave it to intellectuals to complicate describing habits. . .

Nathan Litjens
Nathan Litjens
7 months ago

Surprised there aren't more comments here by the Simps that are 'helpless' for Hugo and Josh. The fact that meme seems to get under Carl's skin makes it even funnier.

FeldiArts
FeldiArts
7 months ago

one example would be telling a group of people that they are oppressed based on their skin color and then blame everything that went wrong on said oppression.
Critical race theory is learned helplessness on an academic level. the only way to counteract this is my teaching and preaching emotional maturity.

GreenGo Loco
GreenGo Loco
7 months ago

The electricity experiment could be easily and humanely reproduced on some "stupid" animals…
Animals named Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and Chuck Schumer. There would be no outcry of abusing these animals.

Greg McCourt
Greg McCourt
7 months ago

Clockwork Orange

Redwolf Dogrocket
Redwolf Dogrocket
7 months ago

THE 'MORTYS' EPISODE! ❤

Redwolf Dogrocket
Redwolf Dogrocket
7 months ago

Auschwitz catapulted medical science by at least a hundred to two hundred years.

🤔🇩🇪

Rob B
Rob B
7 months ago

Who's the fella who sounds like himler

Redwolf Dogrocket
Redwolf Dogrocket
7 months ago

Ah the Prince Andrew approach.
Or is it the Jimy Saville method?
Or the Epsien/Clinton doctrine?
Hmmm.
Is it the Rotherham Islamic approach?

Clement Poh
Clement Poh
7 months ago

There's a shoulder in the way!

KevCF
KevCF
7 months ago

Turn down the gain on your mics, the wet mouth noises are insane

MidnightSt
MidnightSt
7 months ago

passivity to pain is NOT the default, obviously. otherwise life wouldn't exist anymore.

landingjax
landingjax
7 months ago

Only 15 minutes, I do see and find quite agreeable the points raised about todays practice and upcoming psychologists. The big but is that psychology and all the discipline's currently subsumed under it are through and through Soft science's still. they need fully make the transition and become categorically considered Hard science's for an abundance of reasons at this point. because frankly put a lot of damage has been done due to lack of commitment to actual rigorous intellectual enquiry.

It's not so much what we do or don't know but how were coming to the conclusions we find and how we intend to use our findings. currently not very ethically from what iv seen. take the subset discipline of psychiatry for example, which is the supposed to be an "applied practical medicinal use of psychology" these people have institutional power over other people's lives, yet the there methods are mostly unserviceable and incoherent at best and they have no conviction. meaning there is a community of intellectual charlatans with actual degree's, They constantly destroy regular people's live to further and secure their own personal individual position in the institution's that have taken them in. Stuff like this seriously needs addressing.

Ganner Storm
Ganner Storm
7 months ago

Really good content! good video.

Nobody Special
Nobody Special
7 months ago

Herd mentality in animals has much in common with Tribal mentality in humans, but the stimuli can be different.
Pain response (fight or flight), whether it is mental, possibly psychotically or neurotically to an extremes from a minimal or to an enhanced scale or physical, whether rated on a scale of negligible to truly horrific and the reward of sympathy or inclusivity by others in your group/tribe and group think 'positive' response is to agree that your behavior is 'correct' whether or not it is a 'proper situational' response.
Just my take.

Ganner Storm
Ganner Storm
7 months ago

Obviously some good psychologists that are mainstream, Jordan Peterson, Jonathan Haidt and Gad Saad.

garland151
garland151
7 months ago

Feels like I'm back in rehab 🙄

Typhon Viserys
Typhon Viserys
7 months ago

This is not a headphone friendly podcast.
::Lip smack::
::Loud swallow::
::Tounge movement::
Repeat.

Great episode, otherwise. 🙂

Keg Stahand
Keg Stahand
7 months ago

Point your mouth at the microphone

Fludded Media
Fludded Media
7 months ago

Why aren’t they talk to these two guys are? Just first names?

Carlos Campos
Carlos Campos
7 months ago

Was checking my Youtube subscriptions side-by-side with my subscriptions lists and found that I had been unsubscribed from this channel. This is happening more and more to my subscribed channels which tend towards conservatism.

SkyFarm Collective
SkyFarm Collective
7 months ago

Bunk science. It’s called social engineering, indoctrinating a group or population to submit to oppressive and nonsensical ideas and infrastructure. Your normie ways have been screwing people over for the last sixty years. Look at whats happening now. Wake up. We don’t need apologists, we need action and truth. Academia is now a political arm and its efforts are against us, the people. It’s not there to benefit society, it’s aim is to control and to indoctrinate. If there’s a war going on, it’s being waged by the establishment against its own people.

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