One Photo: Three Ages | Brain Games

JASON SILVA: WE’RE ON VACATION, LOOKING AT HOW THE BRAIN CHANGES AND ADAPTS OVER A LIFETIME. HERE’S A QUICK BRAIN GAME THAT SHOWS YOU HOW OUR BRAIN MAKES SNAP JUDGMENTS ABOUT WHERE WE ARE ON THAT LIFELINE JUST BY HOW WE LOOK. FROM YOUNGEST TO OLDEST, TELL US: WHAT ORDER WOULD YOU PUT THIS BOY’S PHOTOS IN? GOT YOUR ANSWER?…

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How To Communicate your Needs | Kati Morton

Hey, everyone this weeks video. I hope is very helpful I’m going to talk to you about different communication techniques, how to use them and when to use them so stay tuned So like I said this week’s video topic is communication techniques and a lot of therapists would probably argue with me But I don’t like [to] tell my…

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The State of Our Mental Health – A Different Lens

– Mental illness is one of the biggest problems of our time. It impacts on productivity, educational outcomes, physical health, and for many people, it can lead to death. (up-tempo drum music) – Around one in five Australian adults experience a mental health condition in any given year. (upbeat music) This can really impact on their self-esteem, their social relationships,…

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What Happens to Your Brain on Jet Lag | WSJ

– As a travel columnist, I am well-aware of what jet lag feels like, but what about what’s happening in my head? This is Daniela, she’s the expert, let’s ask her. – Jet lag is a chronobiological problem which is just a fancy way of saying your body’s connection to the time of day. When we travel long distances, our…

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Your Brain at Work

>>David Rock: When I’m not talking about the brain, I’m working with senior executives from many large organizations and many technical people. I find my day job is kind of translating what might be thought of as soft skills for a technical audience to, to understand how to optimize processing. So that’s enough about me. I want to talk about…

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IS ADDICTION A DISEASE OR CHOICE? (Hint: It’s neither)

Is addiction a disease, a choice, a sin a moral failure? What the heck is it? Well, for the past whole bunch of years, I’ve been teaching and telling people that it’s a disease and unfortunately I’m going to have to backpedal on that just a bit, so stay tuned and find out exactly why I’m having to recant some…

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