This exclusive interview covers the importance of interaction and measurement in learning for patients and physicians. What makes interaction in a learning environment difficult for people? Can doctors "learn" to tolerate that not every patient likes them?
Jessica A. Gold, MD, MS
Neuroscience education for psychiatrists and the general public are covered in this interview with the Vice Chair for Education and Director of Resident Education in the department of psychiatry at Columbia University.
Are we happier when we don’t eat sugar or gluten and should we all be gluten-free?
In this exclusive interview, Psyched! podcast hosts continue the conversation with a leading researcher on mind-gut connections.
An expert talks about his interest in the mind’s relationship to the GI tract, some basics of what bacterial gut/brain communication is, and the evolutionary biology theories behind it.
What are the major cortical networks we are trying to change with TMS? Where will TMS fit into psychiatry in the next decade? These questions and more are addressed in this podcast.
An expert Q&A about the experience of TMS treatment and the future of neuromodulation as it transitions from research to practice.
It’s an FDA approved technology, but what exactly is TMS and why should you be aware of it?
Psyched! A new podcast series begins with with renowned ethics expert and Chair of the DSM Steering Committee for APA, Dr. Paul Appelbaum.
"You don’t have the hands of a surgeon, or the demeanor. It’s a good thing you are a psychiatrist.”