Hemispatial Neglect: When Half Your World Disappears

{♫Intro♫} Imagine sitting down to dinner, eating everything on the plate, and feeling half as full as usual. Or maybe going to shave, but weirdly enough, it takes half the time. Losing half of the world sounds like a weird, abstract dream state. But for those that develop hemispatial neglect, that’s exactly what happens, without them even realizing it. This…

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Psychiatry Inpatient Admission: What Families Can Expect at Cincinnati Children’s

It was the middle in the night when Allison Hughes, depressed and suicidal, needed help. Her family turn to Cincinnati Children’s and Allison was admitted to our College Hill Campus for inpatient care in the division of Psychiatry. Naturally, her mother, Lisa, was worried, frightened, and not sure what to expect. “I think it’s important to” “make the child and…

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AI growing in emotional intelligence, helping diagnose mental disorders…

our feelings are often hard to describe or quantify as they’re a subjective state of being but with artificial intelligence continue to evolve in an ever rapid pace scientists are working on state-of-the-art treatments that can improve our emotional well-being using these machine learning deep learning artificial intelligence our Oh Sooyoung has part three of our special series human emotions…

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AI growing in emotional intelligence, helping diagnose mental disorders, relieving stress…

one problem for today’s computer programmers is that human feelings are often hard to describe or quantify but with artificial intelligence scientists are making progress on software that can actually improve our mental well-being or also Jung tells us more human emotions can be difficult to read but this artificial intelligence program and the noises facial expressions to provide a…

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NeuRA Talks – Freedom from schizophrenia by Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert

so thanks for coming tonight I’m going to talk to you about schizophrenia schizophrenia is one of the most severe and disabling of all mental illnesses schizophrenia is particularly devastating because it strikes someone when they’re young and it robs people of their full potential in life the treatments that we have for schizophrenia can dampen down the hallucinations and…

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Do Antidepressants Cure Depression? Are Psych Drugs Safe? Dr. Colin Ross & Corrina Psychetruth

Life Wisdom. I’m Psychetruth corespondent, Corrina Rachel and I’m joined today by doctor Colin Ross. An author and practicing psychiatrist in Dallas, TX. Thank you so much for joining me today. Well thank you for having me. So today I wanna ask a burning question, do anti-depressants really work? For somebody who is experiencing depression, what would you want them…

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Psychotic Disorders Introduction_14.flv

Obviously there are many many different disorders that result in psychotic symptoms and most of the antipsychotics were I can’t think of an exception – were FDA approved to treat schizophrenia psychotic symptoms in schizophrenia but there’re many other disorder with psychotic features and I think it’s helpful to look at schizophrenia from these four perspectives. Positive Symptoms. And this…

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