Category Archives: Media

The Power of Purpose, Mastery and Autonomy

This is a great video from the RSA Animates series (RSA stands for Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). The video explains the role of purpose, mastery and autonomy in performance and how they contrast with more straightforward incentives for performance.

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Short Films About Mental Health and Illness Emerging on YouTube: ‘The Mind’ – Joint Winner of 2012 Frame of Mind Award

‘The Mind’ is the 2012 joint winner of the ‘Frame of Mind‘ award. The Tamil film tells the story of a young man with Paranoid Schizophrenia who tries to manage his illness alone and the experiences he has. Film is an excellent way to easily communicate issues about mental health and illness which otherwise might be hard for the audience to understand.

The Royal College of Psychiatrists does some very good work in relation to films with the blog ‘Minds on Film‘ by Dr Joyce Almeida.

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Renowned Neuropsychologist Brenda Milner Talks About Language

Neuropsychologist Brenda Milner is particularly recognised for her seminal work in characterising the unfortunate consequences of a bilateral hippocampectomy in a man who for a long time was known simply as H.M. In this TEDx talk from 2011 Professor Milner talks about language. What is even more interesting is that at the time of this talk Professor Milner was aged 93 and she is still actively conducting research. Indeed her area of interest is language.

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Dr James Talbot Talks About the Future of Health and Crowdfunding in the 1930′s

Dr James Talbot, chief medical officer of health in Alberta gives a very interesting TEDx talk on public health. I found his comments on the eradication of Polio to be quite fascinating as it resulted from a crowdfunding campaign across America organised by the March of Dimes Foundation. Dr Talbot emphasises the importance of a knowledgeable public in promoting public health.

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A Talk About Releasing Your Inner Scientist

Nanoscientist Dr David Cramb gives an inspiring talk on how to release your inner scientist. He remarks on people’s innate curiosity, the relevance of curiosity for science and how this can be affected with time. Drawing a parallel with his efforts to learn and make music he suggests how those with an interest in science but who have become disconnected from it can reengage. Given the extensive applications of science, the video is relevant to a wide audience.

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A Great Way to Disseminate Science Research

This video is from the 2 minute thesis series on PhD TV. Animations are proving popular on YouTube and other platforms as a way of getting a message across. The video above shows how research can be communicated in a brief and engaging way.

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Chapter Published in ‘What is the Impact of Twitter?’

It is a great privilege to have contributed a chapter to ‘What is the Impact of Twitter?’ in the At Issue series by Gale Publishing (Part of CENGAGE learning).

Reference

At Issue. What is the Impact of Twitter? Editor Roman Espejo. Gale Publishing. 2013

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