Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) - an interview with Professor Mick Cooper Professor Mick Cooper of the University of Strathclyde talks to the Counselling Channel's Niall O'Loingsigh about the popular therapeutic approach of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
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Shlomo Benartzi - Leading Authority on Behavioural Finance Professor Shlomo Benartzi is a leading authority on behavioural finance with special interests in retirement planning, investor behaviour and behavioural wealth management. He is currently co-chair of the Behavioural Decision-Making Group at UCLA Anderson, as well as a co-founder of the Behavioral Finance Forum. Benartzi's most significant research contribution is the development of Save More Tomorrow™ (SMarT), a behavioral prescription designed to help employees increase their savings rates gradually over time. Benartzis presentations are ideal for plan sponsors, financial planners, broker dealers, high-net-worth clients, among others curious to learn more about the practical applications of behavioral finance. speakers.ca This video is brought to you by Speaker's Spotlight - www.speakers.ca - Canada's leading speakers' bureau. Book Shlomo Benartzi as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Born to Believe (4/6) Behavioural Science Dr Dylan Evans (Dawkins Superstitious pigeons) Topics: Part 4 Dawkins Superstitious pigeons 0:33 Apophenia random patterns Peter Brugger 4:00 paranormal Faces that aren't there. Skeptic vs Believers 5:10 Memorable anomalies 6:55 Pascal Boyer Spirits & Gods 9:35 Quicklink press TIME to go directly to that topic. Part 4 of 6 : "BORN to BELIEVE" : Evolution, Psychology and Religion -Dr Dylan Evans Dr Dylan Evans Lecturer in Behavioural Science School of Medicine University Collage Cork ---------------------- BORN to BELIEVE Evolution, Psychology and Religion University Collage Cork Atheists UCC13/Oct/2009 -- Links: atheist.ie
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Treatment of Pain Kenneth D. Craig PhD explains the benefits using cognitive behavioural Therapy (CBT) to treat chronic pain. Presented by the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability.
Achieving Behavioral Innovation Speaking at the BRITE '09 Conference, Umair Haque, director of the Havas Media Lab, discusses why firms looking to innovate should start by reconceiving the costs and benefits that shape the behavior of their consumers.
Schools Recognize Benefits of Chess Studies worldwide have shown that playing chess has benefits, especially for young children. Inspired by this knowledge, A growing number of teachers in the US are trying to incorporate chess into their students' lives. VOA correspondent Julie Taboh has more.
Online behavioural advertising | IAB Engage 2009 Watch a panel discussion on Online Behavioural Advertising at the IAB's Engage 2009 conference called "Targeting those hard to reach areas and getting your balance right". IAB news story: The panel was hosted by Justin Pearse, editor, New Media Age: and featured Ian Dowds, UK vice president, Specific Media: Neil DuLake, business development manager, Guardian: Stuart Flint, director of digital, IDS: and Andrew Newman | director of advertiser consulting for Yahoo!
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CBT: Behavioural Experiment (SDS Media Video) This video is a small part of training materials used for SDS training course: CBT: INTRODUCTORY COURSE. This introductory course on the cognitive-behavioural therapy - an effective, evidence-based therapeutic approach - is developed and taught by accredited CBT therapists and multidisciplinary in nature. (Approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development.) To book your place on the course visit
How to prepare for a Behavioural Interview. Annemarie Cross and Keith Keller talk about how to prepare for the dreaded behavioural interview question. Learn about the three letter acronym Annemarie shares, which should enable you to prepare for and blitz through this most feared interview. Sponsored by: 10 key steps to Ace that Interview
Workplace Safety Training Video - Behavioral Safety Safetycare Behavioural DVD - free preview Workplace Safety Training Video. Statistics show that unsafe acts are the most common cause of workplace accidents. Despite the introduction of training programs and safe work practices and procedures, controlling unsafe acts has proven to be difficult. The reason for this is that unsafe acts involve the Human Factor, that is, they occur as a result of peoples attitudes and behaviours. Behavioural Safety offers a way to reduce the incidence of unsafe acts by modifying peoples behaviours and improving their attitudes towards safety. This program is designed to provide an understanding of Behavioural Safety and to show how a Behavioural Safety program works. The program looks at: • Unsafe acts and unsafe conditions • Behaviours and attitudes towards safety • The theory Behaviour Modification • The ABC model • Positive reinforcement • The three components of a Behavioural Safety program • The Behavioural Safety Observation The program is designed to suit any work environment where a Behavioural Safety program is currently being used or where it is being considered. Reducing the occurrence of unsafe acts will reduce number of accidents and injuries that occur in the workplace. For the best Safety DVDs go to:
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Mindfulness and Behavioural Change ~ Shinzen Young Shinzen shares that "it is extremely important that objective behaviour change be included in the stated goals of the meditative path". He then shares how behaviours are controlled by the "carrot and the stick" sensory events. and gives examples of how we can work with this, including using an "external accountability structure" when necessary. Shinzen shares a couple examples from his own life. Filmed in Nov. 2009 at Mt. Carmel Spiritual Centre in Niagara Falls.
Absolute beginners: behavioural economics and human happiness Speaker: Professor Paul Dolan Chair: Howard Davies This event was recorded on 8 February 2011 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building In Absolute Beginners by The Jam, Paul Weller sang "I need the strength to go and get what I want". The problem is that we often want things that do not improve our wellbeing. Or at least that is what we think the evidence is telling us. This lecture explores the sources of our mistakes and the robustness of the evidence. It considers the implications for public policy of us being absolute beginners about the sources of our wellbeing. Paul Dolan is a Professor in the Department of Social Policy, LSE. He is the chief academic advisor on economic appraisal to the Government Economic Service and a seconded member of the Behavioural Insight Team in the Cabinet Office.
What is behavioural advertising? What is behavioural advertising? This video explains the ins and outs of behavioural advertising. In the video, Nick Stinger, the IAB's director of regulatory affairs, talks to Stuart Colman, managing director of European operations at Audience Science about the key features of this increasingly important area of digital advertising. Jump to 00:28 What is behavioural advertising, how does it work and why is it important to online? 02:18 What information is collected and used? 3:14 What guidelines are in place to safe guard internet users privacy? Created by Adam Oldfield
IPA Rory Sutherland on behavioural economics IPA President Rory Sutherland explains why he is championing behavioural economics We need to broaden the definition of what we do to reflect the new reality of the market place because if we dont create a new model based on human understanding, then we are in danger of using 1950s packaged goods persuasive techniques to solve todays communications problems! With behavioural economics we can align ourselves to a recognizable science and not be held hostage to the media budget. It gives us a framework that will refresh our thinking and our talent pool and with it we can use ideas to turn human understanding into business and social advantage.
Vision Therapy & Behavioural Optometrist Gold Coast Brock String Vision Therapist Michelle from Harmony Vision Care, demonstrating a Brock String activity with a patient. This activity helps give patients an experience of using their two eyes together in a coordinated way, without suppression. Harmony Vision Care is a behavioural optometry and vision therapy clinic serving the Gold and Tweed Coasts, in Australia
Behavioural interviewing 2008 trailer of Behavioural interviewing: taking the guesswork out of recruitment shows how to conduct an effective interview.
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The rise and rise of behavioural economics Behavioural economics have become an ever more trendy way of explaining the crisis. It attempts to use cognitive and emotional factors to understand economic decisions by consumers, borrowers and investors. Critics argue that this emphasis on psychology naturalises economics, consigning economic decision-making to the sphere of flawed 'human nature'. In this fascinating debate a panel of top notch speakers demystify the subject and do battle on the merits of its approach and usefulness. The speakers are: Leigh Caldwell chief executive, Inon; Professor Emre Ozdenoren associate professor of economics, London Business School; Dr Stuart Derbyshire senior lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham and Dr Michael Savage investment banker and writer, financial economics and development.
Symptom Relief - Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy Doctor Cindy Cooper talks about the Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CCBT) for managing depression project which aims to explore acceptability and appropriateness of CCBT techniques for people with MS, as well as estimate the effect on depression and quality of life.
Prof. David Levine - Is Behavioural Economics Doomed? "Is Behavioural Economics Doomed?" While behavioural economics is all the rage today, the vast array of theories vastly outstrips any data or experimental evidence. And while every anomaly in standard theory can be explained by one and usually many behavioural theories, these theories are all inconsistent with each other and with behaviour other than the specific behaviour being targeted for explanation. I explain why economics requires a single coherent theory, and not a jumble of conflicting ones. A series of examples including prospect theory and various theories of altruism and spite are used to illustrate the problem. A possible solution in the form of "dual-self" or "planner-doer" models is offered.
Behavioural Interviewing Tips Knightsbridge Career Consultant Diane Cobbold discusses behavioural interviewing ― the standard in human resources interviews in today's job market.
Behavioural Problems in Randy Eclectus Parrot #3 220710 with holistic vet and bird specialist vet Dr Ross Perry brings you video #3 in a series about a randy young male Eclectus Parrot that was regurgitating food frequently as well as masturbating on his human companion. In this video Dr Ross Perry shares his perspectives on the privilege of owning Eclectus Parrots and breeding them. Dr Ross Perry answers the commonly asked question "Will he still talk?" There are more Youtube Videos in this series about Behavioural Problem in Eclectus Parrot with Randy Bird Syndrome including #1 http and #2
Public give their views on behavioural targeting The majority of people interviewed in the latest Brand Republic video were keen for online advertising to be made more relevant to them and most were willing to have their browsing history monitored so long as no personal details were stored.
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy What is it? What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and how can it assist you in day to day life by Sydney Psychologist Clare Mann yt:stretch=16:9
ABM University Health Board - Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CCBT) Is a self-help program designed to help people understand what causes low mood and anxiety. The website we use is called 'Living Life to the Full'. . This website is easy to use and is free to register. For more details see
Systems and Behavioural Approach Views of Chester Barnard & Herbert Simon
Behavioural Dynamics Institute We made this Animate for our friends at the Strategic Communication Laboratories. This short Animate was designed to slot into a live presentation at a conference.
From Autism to Artism by Donna Williams Beautiful Behavioural Mutations is one of the songs in the rock musical, Footsteps of a Nobody by Donna Williams ( ) and performed with The Aspinauts (you can see a clip from the show here : ) The From Autism to Artism slideshow captures the transition of autistic author, artist, singer-songwriter Donna Williams from infancy to adulthood with a parallel journey told through her artworks. Further info at: http
Youth as agents of behavioural change - Mali 2008 (short) In December 2008, young people from around the world gathered in Mali for a workshop to help empower them to act as agents of behavioural change in their own communities. This workshop was also an opportunity to further develop the International Federation's YABC programme, which is being developed by our principles and values team. YABC is a youth-led programme which empowers young people to act as agents of behavioural change in their community. The programme is still under development, already some National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies are using the principles of the programme in their activities.During 2010, a tool-kit will be published to allow you to learn more about the YABC approach. For more information, contact the principles and values team at secretariat@.
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A guide to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) This CBT video guide was produced in 2009 by the British Medical Journal Group who have kindly given permission for OCD-UK to broadcast. The video features Professor Paul Salkovskis, a clinical psychologist and the clinical director of the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (CADAT), and Karen Robinson sharing her personal experiences of OCD and CBT.
Meir Statman - On Behavioural Finance Meir Statman is the Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance at the Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University and Visiting Professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. He is a keynote finance speaker on the economy and economic trends, most notably behavioral finance. He attempts to understand how investors and managers make financial decisions and how these decisions are reflected in financial markets. Meir's book, What Investors Really Want, is scheduled to be published by McGraw-Hill. The book's subtitle is Know What Drives Investor Behavior and Make Better Financial Decisions.
UA: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy The Counselling Channel's Niall O'Loingsigh speaks to Cognitive Behavioural Therapist John Anderson about his discipline. This is an extract from a longer interview. You can buy a copy of the full interview and other Understanding Approaches episodes from www.tcc.tv.
Cured Cases of Behavioural Problem, Memory Weakness, Learning Disability, Attention Deficit Disorder Highlights Aditya and his mother approached MindHeal Homeopathy in May 2003, saying her eight-year-old son had suddenly developed a behavioural problem. He had lost his appetite, wasn't eating properly and had completely lost interest in his studies. He had also begun to "behave badly", which he expressed as extreme stubbornness and temper tantrums. It was such a shame. Mrs Anchan said Aditya was a very diligent student till a few months ago but after his brother was born, Aditya had to share his mother's attention. Mrs Anchan was a working mother, and already on a short fuse, she would usually find Aditya watching television when she returned home from work. She would fly off the handle, switch off the TV, scold her son for neglecting his homework and sometimes beat him too. Unable to understand his mother's sudden rage, Aditya responded by crying bitterly. But frightened and confused, the boy soon became withdrawn. This extended to his behaviour in school, where he stopped paying attention in class. He resented the frequent punishment meted out to him but turned indifferent to that as well. Aditya felt no remorse. Unable to bear the pain of her son's withdrawal, Mrs Anchan approached MindHeal Homeopathy. With tears in her eyes, she recounted an incident when she had tripped and fell down the stairs and Aditya merely looked on, with no reaction. Assessment MindHeal Homeopathy was able to bringabout a transformation in Aditya in just three months. Fortunately, the child's ...
Interviewing Tips - Behavioural Based Questions This quick tutorial will prepare you to tackle the feared Behavioural Based Interview Questions that separate you from your dream job.
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My first Cognitive Behavioural Therapy continues #14 Episode #14 This period of time was bad and sad for me both as I was exposing my emotions and facing my worst fears and I had many failures on my way... This however is part of reaching the bottom before getting up again ! " Panic Attack "