Post Tagged with: "Mental Health"

SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality – The Role of Films / Media

SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality – The Role of Films / Media

VIDEO- Dr. Perrodin explains why Historians feared radical change in what people thought about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, due to Oliver Shone’s 1991 movie, JFK, which promoted a conspiracy that was already eroding the public’s “belief” in the reality of the Kennedy assassination.  As Kenneth Boulding (1956) stated about the role of film and media[Read More…]

by November 13, 2017 0 comments Video
SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality

SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality

PODCAST-Subjective reality is “subject” to an elaborate set of filters, any one of which can modify a perception of that reality; sensory apparatus (e.g. the rods and cones in our eyes), sensory processing (e.g. the visual cortex), higher level brain function, and psychological factors (e.g. expectations). As such, what one person experiences is always different than what any other person[Read More…]

by November 12, 2017 0 comments Partner
SDP#049 The Humor Response – A Deeper Look

SDP#049 The Humor Response – A Deeper Look

VIDEO-Per Relief Theory, laughter is a normal human response to a situation that is starkly incongruent with everyday life. This biological coping mechanism is well-documented and also an affect that simply mismatches to the narrative. It may explain why some psychologists classify humor as one of the “mature” defense mechanisms we invoke to guard ourselves against overwhelming anxiety (as compared[Read More…]

by November 5, 2017 0 comments Video
SDP#049 The Humor Response – A Deeper Look

SDP#049 The Humor Response – A Deeper Look

PODCAST-A person loses a loved one and smiles or laughs. Why? To the scientific eye, the seemingly misplaced humor manifestations reveal pain and regret. Dr. Perrodin explores popular theories of humor and demystifies the science behind laughter and discovers that laughter can be a formidable cognitive self-defense tool. This is known as Relief Theory.   DIRECT LINK to MP3 of[Read More…]

by November 4, 2017 0 comments Partner
One Question Predicted Emotional Breakdown Better Than Any Other – SDP#34

One Question Predicted Emotional Breakdown Better Than Any Other – SDP#34

VIDEO-A WWII field psychiatrist found that infantry soldiers in the 5th Army survived a maximum of 238 aggregate combat days (ACD) before a fate of (1) physical casualty, (2) prisoner of war, or (3) psychiatric casualty. For the first time, it was realized that every soldier had a “finite voltage” and sooner or later would break – even if they[Read More…]

by July 2, 2017 0 comments Video
One Question Predicted Emotional Breakdown Better Than Any Other – SDP#34

One Question Predicted Emotional Breakdown Better Than Any Other – SDP#34

PODCAST-A WWII field psychiatrist found that infantry soldiers in the 5th Army survived a maximum of 238 aggregate combat days (ACD) before a fate of (1) physical casualty, (2) prisoner of war, or (3) psychiatric casualty. For the first time, it was realized that every soldier had a “finite voltage” and sooner or later would break – even if they[Read More…]

by July 1, 2017 0 comments Partner
The "Face" of the Sack Heads

The Blame Game – 9.18.2013 at 8:30 Pm PST

Sack Head Shaun welcomed special guest host Tamara Jackson from The Tami J Show on the 405 Radio for tonights Show! With Clint stuck in the stratosphere, Tami J stepped in, and stepped it up! She brought her amazing combination of intelligence, common sense and comedy to the show. Safe to say, it classed the place up quite a bit! With the tragedy that occurred in[Read More…]

by September 18, 2013 0 comments Partner