Psychology in health & medicine
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Psychology in health & medicine (C840): The application of psychology to physiological and physical well-being.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|"Dopamine: the two-faced molecule behind addiction and Parkinson's disease". Short documentary||
This short documentary presented by Prof. Fred Toates of the Open University, explores the role of dopamine in human behaviour, specifically in...
|addiction, Psychology, dopamine, reward, stimulus, Parkinson's disease, bipolar disorder, mania||view|
|"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|
|Allpsych - the Virtual Psychology Classroom||
AllPsych is dedicated to the education of psychology and this is a link to the website which contains a number of useful materials and references...
|virtual classroom, Reference, quizzes, research methods||view|
|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|
|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....
|antidepressants, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Brain, Neurotransmitters, plasticity||view|
|Hans Eysenck on Psychoanalysis||
Prof. Hans Eysenck (born March 4, 1916, died September 4, 1997) was one of the worlds leading psychologists talks to Roberta Russell in 1995 on...
|personality, individual differences, eysenck, psychoanalysis, Freud||view|
|Hofling et al.'s (1966) Study of Obedience on SimplyPysychology||
Summary of Hofling et al.'s (1966) hospital study of obedience, as presented on the SimplyPsychology site by Saul McLeod, a Psychology Lecturer at...
|Psychology, social, psychosocial, obedience, ethics||view|
|Introduction to Psychology Course by the Saylor Foundation||
This is a link to an online, introductory course which presents the fundamental principles of psychology. It begins with a short overview of the...
|Psychology, nature, nurture, nature-nurture debate, memory, Cognition, Communication, neurospsychology, Introduction, introduction to psychology, Learning, sensation, Perception, development, adolescence, psychopathology||view|
|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|
|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|