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Brain-damaged man 'aware' of scientists' questions

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Brain-damaged man 'aware' of scientists' questions Article from The Guardian about the Panorama Program screening on BBC 1 at 10:35pm Tuesday 13th Nov regarding communicating with people in PVS.

Brain laptop exercise

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Use BBC website to identify afreas of the brain

Milgram's Obedience to Authority Experiment 2009

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Another BBC Replication of Milgram.

10 things you need to know about sleep - the power of daylight.

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a 6 minute clip taken from the BBC programme "1o things you need to know about sleep".

Multiple Personality Disorder on HardTalk 1 of 3 - BBC

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BBC HardTalk Interviews the first person diagnosed with Multiple Personality Disorder whose Clinical History led to determining, diagnosing and treating this condition and asks her about her past, the road to recovery and how she fares in the here and now (Part 1 of 3, recorded 25.03.2009).

Freud audio with subtitles

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This is from the only BBC interview with Sigmund Freud. It's in English but the subtitles are useful as he can be a bit hard to understand!

Attraction - the face

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The Human Face and Attraction

The Ames Room

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Scene from "Brain Story - The Mind's Eye" illustrating the distorted room illusion. This shows that at least some of what we "see" is actually imagined. Presented by Professor Susan Greenfield

BBC Brain Story Documentary Introuction

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Introduction from great BBC documentary about the brain narrated by Susan Greenfield. I will add some of the clips below.

The experiment titles

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The title sequence to the BBC's The Experiment.

Clive Wearing

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This is a cut segment from a larger documentary on Time titled "BBC - Daytime"; It discusses some of the mysteries of memory and how time effects our lives. Clive Wearing has a neurological disorder called Anterograde Amnesia which is a condition that doesn't allow new memories to transfer into long-term memory. This means that he will never remember anything since his incident. Clive was an accomplished pianist in the 80s', and fortunately can still play the piano flawlessly. He only

BBC - Anti-Depressants work no better than placebos

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Prescribing anti-depressants to the vast majority of patients is futile, as the drugs have little or no impact at all, according to researchers. Almost 50 clinical trials were reviewed by psychologists from the University of Hull who found that new-generation anti-depressants worked no better than a placebo -- a dummy pill -- for mildly depressed patients. Even the trials that suggested some clinical benefit for the most severely depressed patients did not produce convincing evidence.

BBC All in the Mind Zimbardo Heroism

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The psychologist Philip Zimbardo is famous for the classic Stanford Prison Experiment when back in 1971 he turned the university basement into a fake prison where the young men playing the guards soon started abusing the people they were told were their prisoners. He showed how much circumstances can distort individual personalities and how given complete control over others, anyone can act as a monster. Now he’s turned his attention to promoting positive, even heroic behaviour. Through

BBC Radio 4 Freud

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Claudia Hammond presents a series on case studies that have made a significant contribution to psychological research. A phobia of horses developed by a small boy living in Vienna in 1904 seems unlikely evidence for the Oedipus complex. But for Sigmund Freud, Little Hans' anxiety was the proof he'd been waiting for.

BBC Documentary on Zimbardo (3)

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The Stanford prison experiment was ostensibly a psychological study of human responses to captivity and its behavioral effects on both authorities and inmates in prison. It was conducted in 1971 by a team of researchers led by Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. Undergraduate volunteers played the roles of both guards and prisoners living in a mock prison in the basement of the Stanford psychology building.

BBC Documentary on Zimbardo (1)

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The Stanford prison experiment was ostensibly a psychological study of human responses to captivity and its behavioral effects on both authorities and inmates in prison. It was conducted in 1971 by a team of researchers led by Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. Undergraduate volunteers played the roles of both guards and prisoners living in a mock prison in the basement of the Stanford psychology building.

An idea by Michael Griffin

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I have discovered you can download (and keep) videos from BBC iplayer. Search for ipdl.exe on google, download and enjoy! ...