Psychology Update — Ted Talk and Podcast Feeling good | David Burns | TEDxReno

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TITLE Ted Talk and Podcast Feeling good | David Burns | TEDxReno   DESCRIPTION David Burns, MD is the best selling author of perhaps the best and most effective self-help book “Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy.”  He has recently published “Feeling Great: The Revolutionary New Treatment for Depression and Anxiety”  He is a prolific… Read more »

Psychology Update — Marsha Linehan Interview on YouTube

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PSYCHOLOGY UPDATE — YouTube Video of the Week NAME MARSHA LINEHAN INTERVIEW DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER SOURCE:  YouTube:        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR7Oi0cyoVo     DESCRIPTION This is an excellent interview with Dr. Marsha Linehan.  She describes her own struggles with Borderline Personality Disorder and the development of Dialectical Behavior Therapy. This is an… Read more »

Psychology Update — How Your Brain Makes Its Own Electricity – YouTube

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TITLE How Your Brain Makes Its Own Electricity – YouTube   DESCRIPTION This is a fabulous YouTube video (approximately 20 minutes) that takes you into the inner workings of the brain and nervous system, and it’s a pure delight!.   The video describes and illustrates how the neurons operate with wonderful animations and actual views… Read more »

Psychology Update — Reliving Trauma Through Virtual Reality is Helping Veterans With PTSD

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TITLE Reliving Trauma Through Virtual Reality is Helping Veterans With PTSD   DESCRIPTION This link is to a 2-minute video that discusses and briefly demonstrates the use of Virtual Reality therapy as a tool to help veterans with PTSD.  “Soldiers who experienced combat trauma have a new way of getting help — walking through a… Read more »

Psychology Update — TEDMED – Talk Details – Why do our brains get addicted?

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TITLE TEDMED – Talk Details – Why do our brains get addicted?   DESCRIPTION From the TedMed Talk Site This includes a 16 minute Ted Talk by Dr. Volkow. “Neuroscientist Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the NIH, will apply a lens of addiction to the obesity epidemic. “We already… Read more »

Psychology Update — YouTube Video: Take Note: How to Study During the Epidemic and Beyond

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Psychology Update — YouTube Video: Psi Chi Webinar:  Take Note: How to Study During the Epidemic and Beyond TITLE Take Note: How to Study During the Epidemic and Beyond   DESCRIPTION THIS IS A MUST WATCH VIDEO!!! It is 30 minutes in length and will provide you with simple yet most effective study tips and… Read more »

Psychology Update Video of the Week — TED TALK: The Mystery of Chronic Pain

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PSYCHOLOGY VIDEO RESOURCE OF THE WEEK: TED TALK Ted Talk by Elliot Krane NAME Elliot Krane:  The Mystery of Chronic Pain Source URL:  https://www.ted.com/talks/elliot_krane_the_mystery_of_chronic_pain?language=en TinyURL:   https://tinyurl.com/ncmgh34     DESCRIPTION This is a very entertaining 8-minute video that can be shown in class.  It highlights the problems of chronic pain, treatment, diagrams, and a case…. Read more »

Psychology Weekly Update — HOW TO CREATE A BETTER RESEARCH POSTER IN LESS TIME (including templates)

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THIS UPDATE IS A BONUS “BEST OF PRESENTATION” OF FALL 2019   TITLE HOW TO CREATE A BETTER RESEARCH POSTER IN LESS TIME (including templates) DESCRIPTION This 20 minute YouTube video will be very helpful for classes that ask students to do and report on research projects.  As an activity, class reporting is much like… Read more »

Psychology Video Resources of the Week — NIMH: MULTIMEDIA

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PSYCHOLOGY RESOURCES OF THE WEEK TITLE National Institute of Mental Health:  MULTIMEDIA URL       https://www.nimh.nih.gov/news/media/index.shtml DESCRIPTION This NIMH site provides up to date information regarding MULTIMEDIA and many videos regarding mental health conditions.  Further it provides CURRENT news and events as well .  The site can be considered as a resource for students… Read more »

Psychology Video of the Week —

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PSYCHOLOGY YouTube VIDEO OF THE WEEK   #1 — Does Sound Affect Taste? Try it yourself – BRITLAB LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CONe3iW-xww   #2 — Adding a Dash of Sound to Your Meal   LINK:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Zmijb1T3dU   DESCRIPTION These YouTube videos can be used either in conjunction with the articles for this weeks’ Psychology Update (October 10,… Read more »