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BMC Module 3. Nonsocial Sensing and Associating


COURSE COMPONENTS: 2 Videos 1 Theory exercise 2 Preparation exercises (establishing a baseline) 3 Observation exercises 2 Practice exercises 2 Evaluation exercises (assessing your learning progress) COURSE DURATION: 8 hours - The course is self-paced, so the stated duration is an estimate - You will have access to this course for a period of 12 months from date of purchase COURSE SUBJECTS: 1. Nonsocial interoceptive and exteroceptive awareness 2. Important interoceptive and exteroceptive systems 2. Interoceptive and exteroceptive self-awareness 3. Interoceptive and exteroceptive other-awareness 3. Associating interoceptive and exteroceptive indicators accurately with their causes LEARNING OUTCOMES: • Pay appropriate attention to nonsocial data provided by your own sensorial experiences (hunger, pain, fatigue, bright sunlight) • Control and regulate your interoceptive and exteroceptive sensations • Recognize sensations that have the capacity to influence your mental states and behavior • Become aware of biases in your associations of interoceptive and exteroceptive sensations with their causes • Recognize interoceptive and exteroceptive sensations in others and account for the influence those sensations can have on their behavior • Apply well-informed self-other comparisons to account for individual differences in sensitivity levels • Treat others, and have others treat you, in a way that accommodates sensitivity levels




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