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Cognitive Psychology Segment 3 of 19 (02:16)

Memory is an important study aspect. Prof. Elizabeth Loftus reveals the unreliability of memory. This research has important implications for the criminal justice system. View Video.

Introduction to Psychology: Sigmund Freud -Segment 2 (11:35)

This segment provides a good introduction to Freud’s main concepts as well as investigating his ideas through a critical lens.  View Video.

Brutal History of Experimental Psychology Segment 1 (02:01)

Explore the the science of experimental psychology and the role of emotions in our lives. In its infancy, experimental psychology produced barbaric experiments in its search for answers, some of which will be discussed here.  View Video.

How to Be Happy! Positive Psychology in Action Full Video (44:45)

This program illustrates the application of positive psychology through a powerful workshop in which participants increase their awareness of what creates happiness by performing acts of indulgence, altruism, and gratitude. View Video.

Professor Erik Erikson: Part 1 Full Video (49:49)

Psychologist Erik Erikson discusses psychoanalysis and how he got involved in the field. He also discusses his Eight Stages of Development theory.  View Video.

Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump (85 mins)

After years of empirical observation, for the first time ever, prominent mental health professionals present their observations on camera as part of their ethical "Duty to Warn" the public of imminent danger. Medical doctors and mental health professionals go on camera, on the record, for the record - it's an eye-opening discussion, analysis, and science-based examination of the behavior, psyche, condition, and stability of President Donald Trump. #UNFIT also examines Trump's effect on our citizenry, culture, and institutions.

Understanding Psychological Stress (30 mins)

Why are some stressors more unbearable than others? This episode introduces you to three powerful psychological factors that work to modulate the stress response: having an outlet, taking advantage of social support, and having predictive information about when and how long a stressor will occur. View Video.

Psychology and Society (24 mins)

Five celebrated researchers (Elyn Saks, Stephen Kosslyn, Patricia Churchland, Nita Farahany) and former professional tennis player Janko Tipsarevic provide their unique perspective on how psychology is relevant to, and overlaps with various aspects of everyday life, from sports psychology to mental illness to how we can learn better.

The Psychological Residuals of Slavery (18 mins)

As internationally acclaimed family therapist and educator Kenneth V. Hardy observes in this compelling video, slavery remains a "contemporary ghost" that shapes African Americans' self-image, their relationships to one another and their relationships with White Americans. View Video.