The brain vs. the mind: Has Freud slipped? — with Peter Kramer (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. Was Sigmund Freud right? Is most mental illness rooted in childhood trauma, often sexual trauma? That Freudian view has shaped much of the modern world. Now a new school of scientists say many disorders of the mind are really physical diseases of the brain and can often be treated with new drugs. Joining us…

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Crawling out of the deep hole of cancer depression

– [Narrator] For Bill Howe cancer led him down a deep hole that went far beyond the physical effects of treatment. Increasingly, healthcare providers are realizing that there are many mental health issues involved in cancer diagnosis. – There are many issues and problems that patients, and their families, face when they have a diagnosis of cancer. And, they are…

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Sexual assault, Stalking, Schizophrenia Agression sexuelle, Harcèlement, Schizophrénie 성폭행, 스토킹, 조현병

Well then… Here we go. Planning intention No, that’s not it… We should talk about the title. It is called.. ‘Gamgeum(Confinement)’. Confined; when the door closes Planning intention In the face of the Me Too movement which were becoming problematic internationally, and the current situation of our contemporary societies in which sexual violences and sexual harassments are widespread, through the…

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Huge Genetic Study Reveals Common Threads Across Psychiatric Disorders

Welcome to Impact Factor, your weekly dose of commentary on a new medical study. I’m Dr. F. Perry Wilson. This week I’ve been reading this paper, appearing in Cell, describing a truly herculean effort to determine some of the genetic underpinnings of psychiatric disorders. The study begins as a huge genome-wide association study, but man, it has layers. Like an…

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Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators | Daniel Goleman

My co-author of the book Altered Traits is a neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. He has a lab at the University of Wisconsin. It’s a very large lab, he has dedicated scanners, he has about 100 people working there, and he was able to do some remarkable research where he flew Olympic level meditators—who live in Nepal or India typically, some in…

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The Hidden Crisis in Rural America

(mournful music) – My name is Armando. I’m from San Diego. But I reside here in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Been out here for about 15 years. I’m on social security disability for a mental illness. I was diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic. I lost my apartment. Now, nobody will rent to me. A lot of folks are tryin’ to make a home…

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Catalyst: Science finds a better way to measure stress, anxiety and depression

(upbeat music) – Our next talk is going to be, again, in wellness, but in a slightly different area and it has to do with mental health which is, as everybody knows, a fairly large problem in the country. This was a really interesting collaboration from people in psychiatry as well in engineering to look at what we could do…

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