4 Psychological Terms That You’re Using Incorrectly

At some point, you’ve probably heard someone call their emotional ex-boyfriend a psycho. Or maybe they said that their tidy roommate had OCD, or their unpredictable neighbor was totally schizo, or their moody sister was bipolar. We do this a lot…and let’s stop. Think about it this way…if your friend doesn’t like sugar, you aren’t like “Ugh, he’s such a […]

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A Vaping-Related Illness Has Turned Deadly, Here’s What You Need to Know

In recent weeks, reports of a mysterious respiratory illness have taken the U.S. by storm, one that’s sickened at least 380 patients and turned fatal for seven. As health investigators from across the country begin to look into the issue, a common thread seems to be emerging: vaping. But medical studies are still in their preliminary stages, and there remains […]

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What Is Dissociation? | Debunking DID Ep:2 | Dissociative Identity Disorder

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How Do Eating Disorders Actually Work? ft. Kati Morton

Hey there! Welcome To Life Noggin! In the United States, an estimated 20 million women and 10 million men will have an eating disorder at some point in their lives. This is a difficult topic to dive into so i brought in Licensed therapist and my good friend Kati Morton to help explain things better! So, Kati, you wanna explore […]

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Happiness Experts Share Back to School Mental Health Tips

– In order to be happy you need to be successful. Well what if I told you you had it backwards. That being successful doesn’t lead to happiness, but rather happiness leads to success. You need a minute to process that? That’s fine, I’ll wait. Psychologist have scientifically proven that one of the greatest contributing factors to overall happiness in […]

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How Cycling Can Boost Your Mental Health – GCN Does Science

(logo swooshing) (gentle orchestral music) – I know what you’re thinking. That is a seriously cool hat. Probably out of your budget though, and with good reason. It is no ordinary hat. It’s monitoring and recording blood flow in my brain while I’m doing a fitness test. The reason for it is to demonstrate that cycling has an effect on […]

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InBrief: Early Childhood Mental Health

What do we want for our children? What’s our goal? Our goal is to have productive citizens that are going to be part of thriving communities. So how do we get from here to there? As we grow up and as we move into becoming functioning members of society, our mental health is an important part of how we perform […]

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When Everything Feels Like a Dream | Depersonalization-Derealization Disorder

Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting this episode! Go to CuriosityStream.com/Psych to learn more. [ ♪INTRO ] When you’re dreaming, things normally don’t feel all that tangible. Like, you can pick up your phone or a trophy or a puppy-sized elephant, and it won’t feel as solid as those things would in the real world. But then, when you wake up […]

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Overcoming Mental Illness…With Science! P4A2016

Hi, Internet! My name is Stephen Louis and this is my Project For Awesome video about the Brain & Behavioral Research Foundation. “What’s the Project For Awesome?” Links in the doobly-doo! So part of making an effective P4A video isn’t just talking about a charity but is also showing how it’s affected real people in real ways so, let me […]

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