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Fable 2 Social Interaction Footage
Some footage from the PAX showroom floor. Take a look at the new social interaction mechanics from Lionhead Studio’s upcoming action-RPG, Fable 2.
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Fable 2 Social Interaction Footage
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Losing Interest In Social Interaction ~ Satsang With Mooji
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Experts In Emotion 10.2 — David DeSteno On Emotions And Social Interaction
In this episode, you will learn about Emotions and Social Interaction with Dr. David DeSteno from Northeastern University. Dr. DeSteno will share what first got him interested in this topic and highlight a few core themes in his research. Dr. DeSteno will discuss exciting future discoveries on this topic. The interview will conclude with a few words of advice for getting involved in the field of emotion.
00:00 Chapter 1. Introduction to Dr. David DeSteno
01:13 Chapter 2. What got you interested in studying emotion?
01:57 Chapter 3. What are the central discoveries of your work?
06:31 Chapter 4. What do you see in store for the future of emotion?
08:37 Chapter 5. What is your advice to viewers?
The Experts in Emotion Series provides a unique opportunity to explore the mysteries of human emotion guided by some of the world’s foremost experts on the subject, ranging from distinguished academics to leading figures behind social media services like Facebook. In addition to tackling central questions such as what emotions are, why we have them, and how our understanding of them can lead to happier and healthier lives, you’ll also hear first-hand about what first led these key players to study emotion and what they see as the most exciting frontiers ahead. This series is part of a broader educational mission to share the study of human emotion beyond the boundaries of the classroom in order to reach students and teachers alike, both locally and globally, through the use of technology. This mission is generously supported by, and in collaboration with, the Yale Office of Digital Dissemination and the Yale College Dean’s Office. This series was recorded and produced by Douglas Forbush, Lucas Swineford, and the Yale Broadcasting and Media Center.
Lecture 11 – The Influence Of Environmental Design On Social Interaction
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SOCIAL INTERACTION TRAINER 2 Girls 1 Quick Look: How To Please A Woman
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STUDENTS WITH ASPERGER’S DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS THROUGH INTERACTION WITH HORSES
In this video clip, a social thinking instructor points out the benefits of non-mounted equine-assisted activities as her students, who are all young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome, are seen engaging in activities with semi-wild Florida Cracker horses on a 4700-acre nature preserve and then directing specially trained horses through an obstacle course utilizing appropriate non-verbal communication.
Dr. Temple Grandin, one of the leading experts on autism, has pointed out similarities between how individuals with autism and animals appear to think. The similarity lies in the fact that both groups think primarily in pictures–that is, visually. Hence, one can see that persons “on the spectrum” may be comfortable and build confidence from interaction with other visual thinkers, thereby practicing and honing non-verbal communication skills, which can later be transferred to interactions with other humans. Communicating with horses on the ground enables these individuals to focus solely on body language, eliminating the sometimes, confusing world of socially-related language skills.
Additionally, individuals with autism often experience high levels of anxiety, and therefore may easily relate to horses, which happen to be animals of prey and, therefore, operate out of a fear-based decision-making process. Individuals with autism can often identify with these animals and their emotional reactivity.
Other benefits of working with horses come from their non-judgmental nature, which allows individuals who are deemed “different,” and who may have been rejected in human social circles, to feel socially accepted and welcomed.
Horses can also provide opportunities for persons with autism to practice the art of reading intentionality. This is an important element of what is known as “social thinking,” which refers to the ability to judge what others are thinking and perceiving, so as to formulate appropriate actions and responses in social settings.
Social Interaction – Student Short Documentary
Music Therapy – Verbalization And Interaction