Speaking of Psychology – Using Psychology for Pain Relief & Opioid Reduction w/ Beth Darnall (SOP67)

Speaking of Psychology – Using Psychology for Pain Relief & Opioid Reduction w/ Beth Darnall (SOP67)

Hello and welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast produced by the American Psychological Association. I’m your host Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by Dr. Beth Darnall, a clinical professor at Stanford University, whose research focuses on how to best treat and prevent chronic pain, as well as strategies for opioid use reduction. Welcome, Dr. Darnall. …

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How Jealousy Distorts Your Thinking

How Jealousy Distorts Your Thinking

How would you feel if you thought your sibling was your parent’s favorite child? Or if you suspected your partner had fallen in love with somebody else? Almost everyone has experienced a time when they felt jealous. Feeling a little jealousy may be harmless, but it can also be a powerful emotion that can take …

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Speaking of Psychology – Giving Away Psychology in the Digital Age with Ali Mattu, PhD (SOP72)

Speaking of Psychology – Giving Away Psychology in the Digital Age with Ali Mattu, PhD (SOP72)

Hello and welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast produced by the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by Dr. Ali Mattu, a clinical psychologist at the Columbia University Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders. He’s also the host of a YouTube series called The Psych Show, where he’s been explaining …

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Why noise is bad for your health — and what you can do about it | Mathias Basner

Why noise is bad for your health — and what you can do about it | Mathias Basner

Do you hear that? Do you know what that is? Silence. The sound of silence. Simon and Garfunkel wrote a song about it. But silence is a pretty rare commodity these days, and we’re all paying a price for it in terms of our health — a surprisingly big price, as it turns out. Luckily, …

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How Basic Psychology Can Save Kids’ Lives

How Basic Psychology Can Save Kids’ Lives

Thanks to Dashlane for sponsoring this episode. Go to dashlane.com/scishowpsych to learn more about Dashlane’s Internet privacy and security features. [♩INTRO] Every year, accidents injure or kill thousands of children around the world. But most of these accidents aren’t really accidents. They’re unintentional, sure, but they’re not random, unpredictable events. Many of them are rooted …

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Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter

Translator: Rachael Williams Reviewer: Denise RQ Hello everybody. I’d like to begin by asking you to please take out your mobile phones. I know it’s not a request that you’ll be asked at the beginning of many talks. Normally, you’re asked to put them away, but please don’t be shy take them out and hold …

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The Undiscovered Self: Chapter 5 Summary – The philosophical and the psychological approach to life

The Undiscovered Self: Chapter 5 Summary – The philosophical and the psychological approach to life

Chapter 5- the philosophical and the psychological approach to life Our reason and ideas lag behind change in the external environment. As a consequence, they often don’t change unless drastic environmental change happens. In regards to archetypes and unconscious images, they are ideas that remain and cannot be supplanted by the rational mind. Marxism like …

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Does The Birth Control Pill Cause Depression?

Does The Birth Control Pill Cause Depression?

In September 2016, some researchers in Denmark published a huge study, with data from more than a million people over almost 20 years. What they found was a connection between women using hormonal birth control and taking antidepressants. Needless to say, it’s been making waves on the Internet, as reporters blast out headlines like “The …

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