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Trusted teacher: Description: This course is intended for sales professionals wishing to improve their skills using expert and scientific sales techniques based on the principles of neuromarketing. Participants will learn how to use scientific knowledge to influence customer behavior and maximize their sales potential. The course will include sales simulations and hands-on exercises to help participants apply the techniques learned in real-life situations. Learning objectives: Understand the basic principles of neuromarketing and sales Learn to use scientific knowledge to influence customer behavior Mastering expert sales techniques Learn to effectively manage the sales process Learn how to handle objections and answer customer questions Improve verbal and non-verbal communication with customers Know how to maximize sales potential Course content : Introduction to Neuromarketing and Sales Understand customer needs The key stages of the sales process Persuasion and negotiation techniques Management of objections and answers to customer questions Verbal and non-verbal communication with customers Sales simulation and practical exercises Hypnosis to help you sell more Teaching methods: The course will be delivered in the form of presentations, demonstrations, sales simulations and practical exercises. Participants will be encouraged to actively participate and ask questions to maximize their understanding and learning. Prerequisite: Participants must have previous sales experience.
Sales · Neuroscience · Communication skills
This class is a complete beginner to advanced level class covering contemporary theories of psychosis. The class can be tailored to any level, and can focus on particular aspects of the syllabus to greater or lesser degrees. Reading lists, sources, and further study resources will be provided for each lesson. This is not a compulsory aspect of the lesson scheme, but will aid you significantly in understanding the context of the lessons. During this class, you will cover: Lesson 1: An introduction to the psychological history of madness - History of diagnosis, from early asylums to modern psychiatry - Anthropology of madness, including non-Western approaches to conceptualising psychosis - The evolution of psychology and neuroscience as empirical fields of study Lesson 2: An introduction to cellular neurobiology - Basic cellular biology (cell structure, protein synthesis, signalling) - Synapses, electrical transmission, ions, and modeling the neuron - Axons, Dendrites, and basic connectivity - Neuronal learning, including Long-Term Potentiation, Hebbian Learning - Glial Cells & Neurons Lesson 3: Neuroanatomy - Understanding the cerebral cortex - A closer look at the cellular and laminar structure of the neocortex - White matter and intercortical connectivity - Structural anatomy of the hindbrain - Understanding the role of different brain regions, including the Basal Ganglia, Prefrontal Cortex, Amygdala, and more - Understanding the main information pathways in the brain, including the mesolimbic pathway Lesson 4: Neuroscience of Psychosis - Addressing the evidence base for psychosis as a neurological condition, including structural anatomy studies, genetics, brain imaging studies, psychiatry etc - The diagnostic process, different diagnostic categories (bipolar disorders, drug-induced psychosis, schizoaffective, schizophrenia etc) Lesson 5: Monoamine models of psychosis - Glutamatergic dysfunction - Dopaminergic dysfunction, particularly in the mesolimbic pathway and prefrontal cortex - GABAergic signalling - The potential and unclear role of serotonin - Psychotomimetics and what they tell us (and don't tell us) about psychosis Lesson 6: Developmental Models of Psychosis - Critically understanding Stress-Vulnerability Model - Genetic models of psychosis - Learning models of psychosis Lesson 7: Computational Models of Psychosis - Bayesian Brain model - Entropic Brain Hypothesis - Aberrant Salience Model - Reinforcement model - Integrated Information Theory Lesson 8: Summary, Recap, & Questions
Neuroscience · Psychology
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Jerome - Paris, France$161
Science · Neuroscience · Psychology
The course is dedicated to children from 8-10 to young adult till 30. Main patient/student are typically overrepresented female 15-25, filling lost (sometime depressed) by a missing life project (Professionnel, Education or Personnal). *STEP 1* After a fisrt discussion, about the current situation, issues ( incl addiction, psychiatric errance diagnostic, ADHA, Anxiety disorder, or something mental that prevent you to escape from a mind circle) I give my first impression regarding my background. Then, according to the suspected issue, this must be confirmed by other professionnal if needed, from psychologist to neurologist, from psychological objective measuring (test) to psysiological analysis (blood, brain waves, psychotropic issue, etc...) *STEP 2* Whatever is the issue, many choice can address it. Toogether, we establish the "scope of choice". I will fight against your auto-censorship to consider possible choices regarding your native skills (soft skills). NO CHOICE AT THIS STEP. The scope of choice MUST be as wide as possible, considering even what you did consider as out of option. *STEP 3* Me alone, or toogether, I create a tree choice. The question will be transformed to questions, with only 2 choices, at each step *STEP 4* Let's check what's at the end of the pyramid (potentially several choice) *STEP 5* Action plan *STEP 6* Action (with support if needed) *STEP 7* Failed ? Go to STEP 4 an try again *STEP 8* Thank a divinity if you beleive in it as it give you the force, and please, thanks me I did contributed for a better life. The money is nothing comparing to interhuman recognition. That is the true value, for 5000 years... Unfortunately forgoten nowadays...
Alternative education · Psychology (for students) · Neuroscience
Trusted teacher: Mindfulness includes awareness as much as (self) compassion. Compassion has been the most recent scientific development in terms of mind development needs. In societies that encourage to constantly compete with each other, our sense of self-worth rises and falls according to our latest success or failure with almost no control from our side. Research have found that developing kindness and compassion for ourselves and others builds our confidence and resilience, helps create meaningful, caring relationship and promotes physical and mental health. Far from fostering emotional weakness, we now know that our brains are also hardwired to respond to kindness and compassion and we can therefore heal destructive emotional patterns. There it is, the alternative to a destructive self-esteem, a better and more effective path to happiness: self-compassion. Life and the workplace is creating even more exhaustion and isolation than ever before. The pandemic made us discovering new way of doing things, how the online working/studying/connecting can deeply help, for instance. BUT it has also contributed to anxiety, to build a sense of feeling depleted, to be disconnected and having no choice. With these classes you will be able to refresh your ability to see clearly, to manage challenging emotions, to find skillfully internal coping strategy and self-awareness overall. Whether in your work, career, school, sport or Life, you will benefit by finding and being able to refocus on yourself. By doing that you will become better connected with other ones too. Throughout the course you will learn the neuroscience of all this and how it works within ourselves and each other. The fruition of these classes has different set ups for children, teen's and adults of all ages, currently online. A taster first session is highly recommended. Custom courses for Education, Business, Health and Sport environment.
Self-improvement · Human resources · Neuroscience
English · Science · Neuroscience
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Psychology Tutor: Improve your psychology essays & read articles faster (Slikkerveer)
Maira is a professional tutor, and she takes her work seriously. She took time to understand my needs, and responded to my enquiry with great detail. The quality of her work is impeccable. She’s passionate about teaching and psychology. I highly recommend her!
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Private Science Lessons - Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics (Lausanne)
We are based in Japan. Our daughter had an excellent experience with Julien He was helpful, knowledgeable, and patient. Highly recommend.
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General Pathology for medical students-usmle prep or first timers (Ataşehir)
Great help & support for IB Molecular Biology lessons. Highly recommended Sadia for IB Biology classes.
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