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DSM-V: Meet the Author

An expert on psychiatric diagnosis and assessment, Dr Michael First  summarizes his book in this brief video (8:34).




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Secrets of the Mind - Christopher Rawlence
Call Number: WL 348 S433 DVD
ISBN: 1593756755
Publication Date: 2007
Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran, a world leader in brain science, explores four patients with unusual delusional symptoms and shows how their cases have implications for the way in which all humans understand their world.

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Three Approaches to Counseling One Adolescent Client
Call Number: BF 724 T475 DVD
Publication Date: 2009
The client is an adolescent female who describes problems with her parents, lack of control in her life, and stress. Three therapists take the same client and work from three theoretical perspectives.
Solution focused brief therapy -- Reality therapy -- Cognitive behavior therapy -- Wrap-up discussion.


WATCH! Videos

View YouTube videos from the National Institute of Mental Health(NIMH), such as the example below about the increased prevalence of autism.



BrainCraft is a series of short videos written, hosted and produced by Vanessa Hill (@nessyhill) for PBS Digital Studios.  Learn about psychology, neuroscience & why we act the way we do. 



TED Talks has several short videos on a variety of psychology topics.


What is Dyslexia?  (4:34)

 TED-Ed lessons feature the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators.  View other short videos on psychology here.


LISTEN! Podcasts


Click on an image to hear a news update in psychology.         masthead.jpg

The Psych Files Podcast

           Music and the Brain  




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