Hello all and welcome to another blog post by Mental health carer Matthew Mckenzie. I have decided this time to make another video on the timeline of psychiatry since this blog site sometimes examines the field of psychiatry and so on.
The video brings up major events in the field of psychiatry and some events in psychology, most if not all events did change the field of psychiatry, but unfortunately I could not include everything and I am sorry if I missed out a particular event.
Its time for another blog post summary off an audio lecture. This latest audio lecture is from Professor Jason M. Satterfield who is a Professor of Clinical Medicine and also Director of Social and Behavioural Sciences. He works at the
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
Professor Jason M. Satterfield
The audio lecture comes from a course called “Mind-Body Medicine The New Science of Optimal Health”. This course heavily links the biology to psychology, although it still centres quite a lot on psychology field. The particular lecture of
interest is lecture 10 – Agony and ecstasy. Unfortunately, this lecture can be very challenging, but as usual the best thing about audio lectures is that the listener can always play the lecture again and again.
Welcome back to another of my blog posts. I thought for once it would be nice to raise awareness of those who have contributed to psychology. I have created a video showing a list of famous Psychologists, although some on that list have contributed to psychiatry.
As with all lists, I expect some people to disagree with the list and to be honest the list helps to raise discussions on the field of psychology. Some on this list are even considered controversial, but all on this list have influenced the field of psychology.
I guess its about time for another review and this one is taught by professor Stephen Hinshaw who is the Vice-Chair for Psychology at the University of California otherwise known as UC Berkeley.
This time I am going to review from a course called “Origins Of The Human Mind”. This audio course has 24 lectures, but the lecture I am
interested in reviewing today is lecture number 5, which is called “Psychological Views Of The Mind”. Professor Stephen seems to notice half
an hour is rather short, so he does speak quite fast and the topic level is fairly deep.