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Link Minds and machines

Full course with lecture notes, assignments etc.. It introduces central problems in the philosophy of mind, including issues such as the nature of...

Philosophy of mind, Brain, Mind, Computers view
Link Joseph LeDoux Lecture on "Our Emotional Brains"

"Our Emotional Brains" - delivered by Professor Joseph LeDoux, was the third Copernicus Center Lecture.

The 2011 Copernicus Center Lecture...

Brain, emotions, Neuroscience, limbic system, homeostasis, neurotransmission, threat, brain surgery view
Link Eero Castrén: Why do antidepressants work?

Prof. Eero Castrén from Helsinki University, gave this Stockholm Psychiatry Lecture in September 2012 at Nobel Forum, Karolinksa Institute.

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antidepressants, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Brain, Neurotransmitters, plasticity view
Link Philosophical issues in brain science

Course with video lectures, assignments etc.. It introduces philosophy of mind by concentrating on problems relating to contemporary psychology...

Philosophy of mind, Cognitive science, Psychology, Neuroscience, Concepts, Experience, Colour, Brain, Innate ideas, Consciousness view
Link Prof. Mark Williams on Mindfulness

Professor Mark Williams from Oxford University delivers a lecture to the public about the science of mindfulness. The event was Science Oxford...

mindfulness, Psychology, Science, depression, Emotion, mental health, Brain, meditation view
Link "Is Autism an extreme of the male brain?" A lecture by Simon Baron-Cohen

This is a Stockholm Psychiatry Lecture given by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen of Cambridge University, entitled "Is Autism an extreme of the male...

Gender, autism, aspergers, Brain, brain scanning, empathy view
Link Classical Psychology: Eysenck Discussing the Biological Basis of Personality in 1980

This clip is of Prof. Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) giving a St Göran lecture held in 1980 outlining his famous theory, "Biological Bases of...

personality, eysenck, extroversion, introverts, levels of arousal, Brain, individual difference view
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