10 Behavioral Experiments That Went Terribly Wrong

Behavioral experiments are not evil by default. They’re just science doing what science does best: To better understand how we behave, researchers sometimes have to conduct a test or two. However, every once in a while, those tests go so badly wrong that the end result seems more like a horror movie than a well thought-out scientific experiment. Let’s take…

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Centre of a Secret Spy Mission? Saviour of Mankind? — Day 40 of “100 Symptoms”

At the center of a secret spy mission? Mankind’s final saviour? Such a situation is fairly common in schizophrenia and psychosis. It’s a common delusion. It’s religious persecution: Paranoia turned into feeling like you’re on a secret mission. Either put on the task by the CIA through secret messages that you decoded on the TV or religious feelings and visions……

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Can I be happy and still be depressed? #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

– Hey, everybody, happy Monday. And I know, normally, you don’t see me in this capacity on a Monday, but surprise. So, as most of you noticed, the wrong video went up. I’m just having trouble with my computer, I selected the wrong file to upload, and my bad. But everybody’s human, right? And now I’m just having issues with…

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Understanding Depression & Anxiety – Ft Ruby Rose | headspace

– Have you been feeling really down? Or more stressed than usual? Well, you’re not alone. Many young people get caught in a cycle of sadness, worry, and insecurity. For some, these feelings are related to something that’s happened in their life – you know, exam stress, family conflict, or perhaps friendship hassles. But for others, it might be because…

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MYSTERIES OF THE MIND:SCHIZOPHRENIA

you you welcome back to mysteries of the mind today’s subject schizophrenia and before we get started I wanted to let everyone know the artwork in this video is not in mine it was found three simple google search and they are either inspired by schizophrenia or created by someone who was diagnosed as having schizophrenia if you were someone…

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The Impact of Depression in Parkinson’s Disease

  – I DID NOT RETIRE WHEN I WANTED TO.   I ANTICIPATED WORKING FOR AT LEAST 2 OR 3 MORE YEARS   BECAUSE REALLY I ENJOYED WHAT I DID.   WE USED TO GO TO NEVADA OR ARIZONA, AND I USED TO DO   THE ROCK CLIMBING.   WHEN YOU GET THE SHAKES, LIKE I’M GETTING RIGHT NOW,  …

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Bipolar Disorder – I was afraid to get help because of mental health stigma

I was afraid to get help because of mental health stigma I’m 39 years of age and have struggled with my mental health for the majority of those years. I’ve known for a long time it’s been more than depression, but I never felt able to tell anyone just how bad things were. I’ve been through long periods of depression…

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It’s World Mental Health Day

IT HAS DATA SHOWING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN PLAYING YOUTH TACKLE FOOTBALL AND GETTING CTE. IS SIMILAR TO SMOKING AND GETTING LUNG CANCER. THE SMOKING YOU SEE IN THE AD WAS SIMULATED. THIS WAS WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY. IT INCLUDED DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY DISORDERS. THE UNITED STATES IS ESTIMATED THAT ONE IN EVERY FIVE DOES ALL ADULTS HAS RECENTLY BATTLED SOME…

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Mood Disorders & Schizophrenia – Part 2

IT COULD HAPPEN TO SOMEBODY IN YOUR FAMILY. BE EDUCATED.” SO INFORMATION IS NEEDED AND AGAIN, SUPPORT– SUPPORT FROM OTHER PEOPLE AND SUPPORT FROM MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS. I WENT OUT PUBLIC IN “THE WASHINGTON POST” ABOUT HAVING BIPOLAR ILLNESS AND HAVING BEEN VERY PSYCHOTIC. AND OUR GARDENER CAME UP TO ME AND SAID– IT’S BECAUSE I– IN SPRINGTIME AND SUMMER,…

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