‘Tis The Season for Snuggles: The Psychology of Cuffing Season

[♪ INTRO] It’s chilly out, which means it’s time to cuddle! No, I mean it. We’re in the thick of what’s known as cuffing season. It’s the time of year when we’re more likely to want to settle down with a romantic partner …at least for a little while. It runs from approximately October through February for those of us […]

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Can These Psychology Strategies Prevent Bullying?

[ ♪INTRO ] Getting picked on in school… well, it’s terrible. And when you have to go to the same school every day, facing the same bullies, things can start to feel bleak or even hopeless. This is something parents and teachers worry about, too. After all, if your student comes to you saying they’re being harassed by their classmates, […]

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What happens in your brain when you pay attention? | Mehdi Ordikhani-Seyedlar

Paying close attention to something: Not that easy, is it? It’s because our attention is pulled in so many different directions at a time, and it’s in fact pretty impressive if you can stay focused. Many people think that attention is all about what we are focusing on, but it’s also about what information our brain is trying to filter […]

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ATTENTION WARS | Trailer

Now, what’s the price of your attention? If you’re spending 25% of your waking life on Instagram, YouTube or Facebook; what’s that worth to you? Because it’s worth a lot to tech companies. It’s been said these companies are in a high stakes battle for our attention, that we have distraction disease and the fabric of society is being ripped […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Ongoing Rehabilitation Helps to Restore Independence

Therapist: Now I want you to push my hand forward. So how did you initiate that movement, what did you do? You went UGH, with your body. So I want it all to come from the shoulder. Ready, yeah. I know it’s going to come up we know that. Joey: Nice biceps! Therapist: Yes you do, very nice. Therapist: Push […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Kids

[MUSIC] [NARRATOR] Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is an injury that disrupts the brain and its activity. TBI can result from a blow to the head, a jolt of the brain, or an object that goes through the skull. In the United States each year, 1.7 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury. Each of these heads represents 20,000 people. […]

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Early Intervention for Psychosis: Building a Mental Health Community | Rachel Waford | TEDxDecatur

Transcriber: Daniel Enger Reviewer: Tanya Cushman So as psychologists and counselors, we spend quite a lot of time and energy trying to create spaces that are open and accepting and safe. Now, that doesn’t keep people from feeling really apprehensive to visit our spaces to share examples of challenge and distress. This is especially true for individuals experiencing psychotic illnesses […]

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Who Am I Really? | The Three Selves According To Eastern Psychology

Who am I really? it’s a question that’s rarely asked and rarely truly understood but here it is from the Eastern Vedic perspective for more wisdom from the Eastern and Western psychology do subscribe and hit the bell to be notified when I post new videos every Wednesday. so if you wonder about self identity are you the mind or […]

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6 Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children

6 Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children Children play hard, and can sustain a traumatic brain injury from participating in sports and actually colliding with someone or even having their head jerked in a violent fashion. There are a variety of other ways a child could suffer a TBI, including a car accident. However, noticing a difference in behavior, […]

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