The centerpiece of the project was a television program that aired on PBS stations in October 2009. This video component was part of a national initiative that includes extensive web content with tools for civic engagement, active social media on Facebook and Twitter, and an ambitious strategy to engage citizens, professionals in many fields, and policy makers at all levels of government. The goal was to advance consensus about how to improve the kinds of support and treatment available for people with mental illness.
UC Berkely Youtube Lectures by Professor John Kihlstrom.Â Videos 1-25.Â Informative for the person who is interested in psychology or may want to research more about it from a highly recommended school.Â This is an introductory program, but can be a refresher program for some people as well.
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A really great interactive exploration of seeing and perception using well-known optical illusions. Very awesome looking multimedia website exploring the mind and its’ myriad of functions.