Category Archives: Video

Neuropsychoanalysis in the Scanner, Part 2 – Siegel and discussion

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Vittorio Gallese, Part 1:From Mirror Neurons to Embodied Simulation-Neuropsychoanalysis Lecture Series

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PTSD treatment and visual neurofeedback

“Military doctors have added a new technique to their arsenal of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Neurofeedback, a therapy that practitioners claim can reboot the brain’s neural networks, has been introduced at several bases, VA clinics and even in … Continue reading

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Anton Zeilinger about entanglement, quantum teleportation/computation and more

Very pleasant talk and person: Prof. Anton Zeilinger (experimental physicist) speaking in a very relaxed and easy-to-follow way about entanglement, quantum teleportation, qbits etc.

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Mark Robert Waldman (TEDxConejo, March 2010)

I liked this video and Mark Robert Waldman speaking about the importance and influence of meditating on (your personal) big idea(s).

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David Eagleman – The law and neuroscience

“Dr David Eagleman considers some emerging questions relating to law and neuroscience, challenging long-held assumptions in criminality and punishment and predicting a radical new future for the legal system.” I found it relatively interesting from minute 26 onwards, speaking about: … Continue reading

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Mystery of the Mind (Video; Discussion)

I really enjoyed listening to this 2-hour-roundtable-talk/discussion of 2007, between Ned Block, Richard Haier, Joseph LeDoux, Patrick McGrath, Craig Piers and Gianfranco Basti. I found it somewhat hard to listen to (and to follow) Giancarlo Basti, whom I nevertheless regard … Continue reading

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The skull behind the skin. (Video)

  see video here e.g.: http://yeatsofhell.tumblr.com/post/2738363298

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Joseph LeDoux on “altering memories” (Video, 5 min., Jan. 2010)

“Your memory is just as good as your last memory.” LeDoux speaking (shortly) about the inhibition of the memory consolidation process, the possiblity to erase/manipulate memories and the ethical aspect of memory manipulation (mentioning, that our memories are permanently being”manipulated” … Continue reading

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Biotic Games with paramecia (and other living organisms). (Stanford)

“Instead of using software we use biological processes.”

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The Science and Psychology of the Chaos Theory

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How Your Brain Can Turn Anxiety into Calmness (Martin L. Rossman)

I just started watching and listening to him and liked it so far. He speaks about the “function of worrying” and that your mind can learn to use your brain in better ways – “to worry more effectively”. (…as I … Continue reading

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Coaching with compassion vs. not

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Authors@Google: Chris Chabris

(start at min. 2) Talking about: 1. The invisible gorilla video (–> video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJG698U2Mvo (Gorilla is being seen (eye-tracking) but doesn’t reach level of consciousness; selective attention: “the problem is the amount of mind you have”) 2. Six … Continue reading

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Psychologists Use fMRI To Understand Ties Between Memories And The Imagination

“Psychologists have found that thought patterns used to recall the past and imagine the future are strikingly similar.” (July 1, 2007) “Remembering your past may go hand-in-hand with envisioning your future!” “All the regions that we know are important for … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point Of Animacy: How, When, and Where We Perceive Life in a Face (1 of 2)

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NewScientist: Progress bar illusion

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NewScientist: Robot moves like senior citizen

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