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▶ Charlie Brooker's Newswipe 25/03/09 - YouTube - 0 views

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    A psychiatrists (and Charlie Brooker's) insightful perspective on news coverage's perpetuation of mass shootings in schools.
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Prof. Steve Reicher lecture on group hatred - 0 views

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    Stephen D Reicher (Steve Reicher) is Professor of Social Psychology and former Head of the School of Psychology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK. In this short clip he talks about "group hatred" referring to examples of Nazi Holocaust and Hindu Extremism.
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Why bullying victims develop health problems as they age and bullies flourish - The Was... - 1 views

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    A new study may have found the underlying cause: A specific indicator of illness, called C-reactive protein (CRP), is higher than normal in bullying victims, even when they get older. In contrast, the bullies, by the same gauge, seem to be healthier.
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A Violence in the Blood - 1 views

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    A Violence in the Blood
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BBC - Future - Law and order: Blame it on the brain - 1 views

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    Advances in neuroscience could transform our criminal justice systems. But the jury is out as to whether "my brain made me do it" will ever be accepted in court.
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▶ Ukrainian Protesters Hold Up Mirrors to Police, Forcing Them To - 0 views

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    Ukrainian protesters are now creatively holding up mirrors to cops, forcing them to see themselves in the reflection. A powerful way to remind these thugs in uniform WHAT they are doing...
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▶ 'Ronan's Escape' - Short Film on Bullying [HD] - YouTube - 0 views

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    Written & Directed by A.J. Carter. Winner of 10 international film awards, this stunning short film set in the rural wheat belt of Western Australia, provides a candid insight into the life of Ronan (David Lazarus), a 14 yr old boy who's been bullied at school his whole life.
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This Anti-Bullying Ad Aimed at Grown-Ups Could Change the World - The Good Men Project - 0 views

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    French anti-bullying campaign
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Why antisocial youth are less able to see perspective of others -- ScienceDaily - 0 views

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    Adolescents with antisocial personality disorder inflict serious physical and psychological harm on both themselves and others. However, little is yet known about the underlying neural processes. Researchers have pinpointed a possible explanation: Their brain regions responsible for social information processing and impulse control are less developed
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This is your brain on murder: What the mind of a psychopath looks like - Salon.com - 0 views

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    Burly, bearded James Fallon tells people he has the brain of a psychopathic killer. And he has some brain scans he thinks back up his claim.
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