Lawrence Xia, a software engineer at Riot Games, video chats with students about video game creation, programming, and League of Legends.
Upon entering a crime scene, students analyze evidence and apply psychological concepts to piece together the story.
Applying theories of classical and operant conditioning, students are able to condition certain short-term responses or behaviors in their peers.
Students meet with Reverend Ian Oliver, Pastor of the University Church and Senior Associate Chaplain for Protestant Life, and learn about religious life at Yale as a diverse community. A few of their stops include the Chaplain's Office, the Hindu Prayer Room, Battell Chapel, and the Buddhist Shrine.
Students prepare for the haunted house experience that they are creating for their EXPLO peers. After a full three weeks of studying the origin and psychology of fears, they will now implement much of that knowledge into the specific design of this event.
In an improv game, students act as cops who try to get criminals to confess to fake crimes they don't know they committed.
After completing their prosthetic hands, students head outside to test the range of motion and grip of their designs.
As classes wrap up for the day, students spend some time on the Old Campus quad and around New Haven.
Students take part in the event 'One World,' where students from a variety of ethics-based courses create experiences for their peers to learn about important and complex issues that our world faces today.