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ADHD Animation


ADHD and Me

Children's voices come to life in animation as they describe symptoms of ADHD and what it's like to have treatment.

The VOICES (Voices On Identity, Childhood, Ethics & Stimulants) study involved 150 children in the United States and the United Kingdom. The film uses clips from the actual interviews with the children. They describe what it's like to take Ritalin, how they feel, and what improvements they experience. It also describes downsides. Stigma is another issue tackled.

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The Divided Brain



Iain McGilchrist: The Divided Brain

Psychiatrist McGilchist debunks myths of split brain functioning and explains how the left and right hemispheres of the brain always work together, yet still have different specializations. He posits that their strengths (and physical size) have...
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Default Mode



A Brief Introduction to the Default Mode Network

Good animation, narration, and music (by Ehma, available for free) in this short but comprehensive description of the brain's default mode network. Made for the 2010 Society for Neuroscience People's Choice Awards Contest, it's an excellent entry and an enriching way to spend two...
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Autism Animated



A is for Autism

Award-winning short film combining animated drawings by children with autism, with narration describing what it's like to experience an autism spectrum disorder from the perspective of people who do. Compelling and fascinating views presented in a creative and fresh way. Intimate and engaging. Highly...
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Encephalon 47


For this videotastic edition of Encephalon, the brain science blog carnival, I did a little outreach to a video maker. Neuroethologist Bjoern Brembs of is adept at science , contributing to SciVee, and soon publishing in the cutting edge Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) with a pubcast on spontaneous behaviour in drosophila that elaborates on his well-known publications. Here's a fresh animation depicting the Drosophila Flight Simulator (00:04:08).

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Brain Vod Modules


[Image: An original head-only CT scanner from 1974. Not connected to video, found here.]

title Brain Anomaly and Plasticity: Hydrocephalus
description Vintage video, computers and scanners in The Brain: Teaching Modules series, Second Edition (they've edited in many nice brain animations), no longer sold but available as video on demand (VoD) in 32 clips between 5:00-20:00. Try vintage CAT and other neuroimaging demonstrating neuroplasticity after hydrocephalus in...
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