Neuroscience videos and media clips

Cognitive Neuroscience of Mindfulness Meditation Philippe Goldin Feb 28th 2008 Google Tech Talks
Philippe is a research scientist and heads the Clinically Applied Affective Neuroscience group in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. Scientists have also begun to examine how meditation may influence brain functions. This talk will examine the effect of mindfulness meditation practice on the brain systems in which psychological functions such as attention, emotional reactivity, emotion regulation, and self-view are instantiated.

Dr. Daniel Siegel explores the neural mechanisms beneath social and emotional intelligence 18/10/09 Dr. Daniel Siegel explores the neural mechanisms beneath social and emotional intelligence and how these can be cultivated through reflective practices that focus on the inner nature of the mind. He also campaigns for changes in the child education system. Daniel is a child psychiatrist, educator, and author of Mindsight, The Mindful Brain, Parenting from the Inside Out, and The Developing Mind

Neuroscience and Mindfulness, Neurons and Thoughts: A Metaphor In this segment from the larger program "Mindfulness and Neuroscience: Enhancing Stress Reduction and Lawyer Effectiveness --- From the Inside Out," Scott Rogers looks to the classic work of Camille Golgi to offers audience members insight into mindfulness, breath awareness, and the brain.

Staying in the Now: Mental Health Through Mindfulness: The science of the mind: How the brain works to regulate mood, emotion, Stress and sleep  Feb 2010 Dr. Stuart Eisendrath, director of the UCSF Depression Center, explores mindfulness as a technique for maintaining mental health.


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