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BSSR Lecture Series: Regulation of the dopaminergic reward circuit and manic-like behavior

>>>GOOD AFTERNOON. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE. I’D LIKE TO WELCOME YOU TO TODAY’S BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH LECTURE. TODAY WE ARE GOING ON HAVE COLLEEN McCLUNG SPEAKING. SHE IS A MOLECULAR BIOLOGIST WHO STUDIED COMPLEX PSYCHIATRIC DISEASES AND DRUG ADDICTION. SHE STARTED HER CAREER AS A FROM 2005-2011 WAS AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN […]

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Danielle M. Dick – Translating Genetics Into Prevention/Intervention – DNA Day 2016

DANIELLE M DICK: Thank you for inviting me to be part of this day. And thanks to all of you who are spending your Saturday here hanging out with us. And in this last talk of this morning– in some ways it follows perfectly from the previous talks because what I do is I work […]

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Why Being Introverted Doesn’t Make You Antisocial | Antisocial Personality Disorder

[ ♪INTRO ] Introverts can often feel antisocial — at least, in a way. They can feel pretty ‘anti’ being social, preferring to end a long week by doing their own thing instead of living it up at a big party. But when psychologists talk about being antisocial, that’s not really what they mean. Instead, […]

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Epigenetics – our bodies’ way to change the destiny written in our DNA | Moshe Szyf | TEDxBratislava

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney So, it all came to life in a dark bar in Madrid, and as I was stepping into the bar, I encountered my colleague from McGill, Michael Meaney. And we’re drinking a few beers, and like scientists do, he told me about his work. He told me that he […]

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Neurodiversity – the key that unlocked my world | Elisabeth Wiklander | TEDxGöteborg

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs My name is Elisabeth Wiklander, and I – I am autistic. What do you think about when you hear the word “autistic”? How do you react when you hear the word “autism”? Would you say that it is a lifelong disorder? An impairment? A disability? This is indeed the […]

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