The next phase of learning what there is no manual to teach us but what we must nevertheless learn anyway is to learn to take good care of our brain and mind.
The first step in this process is to understand one simple and important fact:
The brain and the mind is NOT the same thing.
The mind is an aggregate of our human experience that we to date have no definition for, although many scientists, researchers, and ordinary humans have tried.
The brain, on the other hand, is the physical organ that controls our bodily functions – important functions such as sight, hearing, touch, taste, needs cues, pain and other “warning lights”, and communication.
The brain is so, so, so important – and yet to date it is the organ in our body that we still understand the least.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in veterans, and neuropsychiatry.
Profile of the ENGAMMETRON educational neuroscience lab at SFU.
Treatment strategies and more for PTSD with TBI in veterans.
Discussion of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, child development, disgust, dualism, neuroethics, and related issues.
Enhanced learning portal with video, slides, sidebar links about neuroimaging in geriatric psychiatry. Nice.
Excellent technical lecture on state of the art neuropsychopharmacology for schizophrenia.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder, explained well in a nice player.
Reading and cognitive science.
Award-winning documentary on brain aneurysms.
Entertaining talk about social psychology and changing the world.
Funny art short about two professors fighting, then not, over a neurobiological explanation of love.
Evaluation, intervention and management of one-sided hearing loss.
Social neuroscience explained.
Neuropsychology, for a general audience.
Neural correlates of hyperlexia.
Social cognition and neurobiology in autism.
Cognitive modeling in a virtual colloquium.
Steven Pinker multimedia archives.