Live: Tsinghua gives open lecture on positive psychology for post-pandemic era

The keynote lecture you are watching now is on the sixth day of Tsinghua University’s Global Summer School (GSS) 2020, which started on Monday. Professor Peng Kaiping, dean of the School of Social Sciences under Tsinghua University, shares his experience on positive psychology for optimizing pandemic responses. This lecture is part of the 13 GSS … Read more Live: Tsinghua gives open lecture on positive psychology for post-pandemic era

How Covid-19 Has Affected the Mental Health of Frontline Workers

A doctor treating Covid-19 patients says the amount of death her team has seen is “overwhelming and surreal,” and new mental health practices have been implemented to help frontline workers cope. Specializing in the treatment of seriously ill patients, Sonia Malhotra is no stranger to having to care for dying patients. But the coronavirus pandemic … Read more How Covid-19 Has Affected the Mental Health of Frontline Workers

CGTN Icon interviews two charismatic conductors: Justus Frantz and Valery Gergiev – Episode two

Conducting isn’t just a matter of dictating the tempo; it’s about shaping the music, a skill that involves psychology, body language, knowledge of history and so much more. The conductor serves as the composer’s messenger, guiding the orchestra to create an interpretation of the music that will deeply affect the audience. In this episode of … Read more CGTN Icon interviews two charismatic conductors: Justus Frantz and Valery Gergiev – Episode two

Keiser Report | ‘A Declaration of Monetary Independence’ | E1565

In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss post-1971 psychology in which laws of physics can, indeed, be suspended – if even just momentarily. We are at another one of these moments as stock markets defy all the data in the real economy in which unemployment claims remain historically high. In the second … Read more Keiser Report | ‘A Declaration of Monetary Independence’ | E1565

Wayne Dupree Show | Is America Heading Toward A Civil War?

Some people might question if we are actually to the point of open conflict; they might accuse me of “doom-mongering”. Others may argue that conservatives are acting “passive” and that we will never take any action. These assumptions are common right now because such people do not understand how history progresses and how group psychology … Read more Wayne Dupree Show | Is America Heading Toward A Civil War?

Donald Trump ‘narcissist’, ‘never been loved’, writes niece in tell-all book

In a new book, a niece of President Donald Trump applies her training in psychology to conclude that the president likely suffers from narcissism and other clinical disorders – and was boosted to success by a father who fueled those traits. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 … Read more Donald Trump ‘narcissist’, ‘never been loved’, writes niece in tell-all book

How to be anti-racist: it’s more than books, quotes and Blackout Tuesday

In the last month since George Floyd’s death, people across the United States have started to look more critically at how we deal with race and incorporate anti-racism into our everyday lives. But one of the biggest challenges we’re running into is white people getting it wrong. Here’s why that’s happening and how to do … Read more How to be anti-racist: it’s more than books, quotes and Blackout Tuesday

Coronavirus – The Latest: How many rules are too many rules?

Subscribe to our Coronavirus podcast with analysis of the impact on health, business and travel in the UK and beyond: https://www.playpodca.st/coronavirus The new normal is a litany of complex rules and regulations, and as the UK Government slowly eases the lockdown, politicians are seeking to strike the balance between safety and realism. Behavioural scientist, Professor … Read more Coronavirus – The Latest: How many rules are too many rules?

Uni fees to be overhauled, some course costs to double as domestic student places boosted | ABC News

The Government is using a carrot-and-stick approach to funnel students into the industries it believes will drive job growth. Subjects in nursing, psychology, English, languages, teaching, agriculture, maths, science, health, environmental science and architecture will be cheaper. The Government will increase its contribution to the cost of these classes, so students can expect to pay … Read more Uni fees to be overhauled, some course costs to double as domestic student places boosted | ABC News

What makes a racist?

Seven factors have been shown to contribute to racist thought. Steven O. Roberts, assistant professor of psychology and co-director of Stanford’s Social Concepts Lab, describes them here, and shares strategies to minimize their effects. For more, visit: https://stanford.io/3ftC1Ey Musicbed SyncID: MB01NBZOTGCOPMP

What’s the psychological cost of the coronavirus? I Inside Story

More than 264 million people worldwide have been affected by depression. And suicide was the second leading death among young people. That was before the pandemic. Before distance and isolation became our new experience of life. Before grieving loved ones without being able to say goodbye. And before the sudden loss of jobs. Such difficult … Read more What’s the psychological cost of the coronavirus? I Inside Story

Bodycam vid | Violent arrest of two students in Atlanta

Two students were violently dragged out of a car and tasered by Atlanta police while caught in traffic during protests. Dramatic police body-cam footage shows how a group of officers surrounded the students’ stationary vehicle. They begin shouting orders, then smashing the driver’s side window, and deploying stun guns before pulling Taniyah Pilgrim and Messiah … Read more Bodycam vid | Violent arrest of two students in Atlanta

The psychology of why people believe conspiracy theories – explained by experts

We speak to four conspiracy theory experts about the psychology of the people who believe them, their dangerous potential – and leaders like Donald Trump appear to use them for political ends. We also look into widespread Covid-19 coronavirus conspiracy theories and ask – in an age of disinformation – can anything be done to … Read more The psychology of why people believe conspiracy theories – explained by experts

We need to combine social science and big data for contact tracing: Tett

May.22 — Gillian Tett, Financial Times Editorial Board Chair, says that big data cannot stand on its own to fulfill contact tracing and tracking needs. She also points to the importance of psychology in consumers’ readiness to re-engage with the economy. She joins David Westin on “Bloomberg Wall Street Week.”

Mental health experts fear ‘tsunami’ of stress-related issues among frontline workers

What are the psychological impact of exiting lockdown? Cary Cooper, professor of organisational psychology and health, University of Manchester, anticipates a ‘tsunami’ of post-traumatic stress effects, especially for front-line workers. While some people want lockdown to end, others do not wish to expose themselves to the virus. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 … Read more Mental health experts fear ‘tsunami’ of stress-related issues among frontline workers