Comedy skit about Catwoman in session with a frustrated psychotherapist, delving into her obsession with Batman, and her many annoying cat mannerisms.
Eminent neuroscientist and Nobel laureate Eric Kandel in a recorded livestream interview.
“Vulnerability is not weakness, and that myth is profoundly dangerous,” says shame researcher Brown in this follow-up to her wildly successful 2010 TEDxHouston Talk.
A well-acted exaggerated dysfunctional exchange between a mother and a son in their home, in front of a group of his colleague psychiatrists. Scene from a sitcom that’s yet to be released.
A neuropsychologist talks about neuroimaging studies of psychedelic drugs including psylocybin and ketamine.
Prank by college students using a cognitive illusion of an invisible rope.
Three stories of recovery from depression.
Dr. Collins discusses the Grand Challenges meeting to prioritize research needs from countries around the globe, as well as emerging ways of delivering mental health services with mobile phones, and modeling other successful health care models.
How do you take public education about a serious medical emergency and turn it into a funny video? With neon leggings, goofy dancing, and a doctor on the street.
Demonstrating the adage “power in numbers,” the National Database for Autism Research pools valuable data collected from 169,846+ sources.