Mixed-Up About What Helps and What Harms - Psychiatry - Jim Gustafson - Lecture 6of 25 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Psychology

Description: Jim Gustafson, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin Medical School, giving his Sixth in a Series of Thirty-Six Lectures as Every Friday For Nine Months, Posted by mid-Friday Afternoons. For Doctors and Patients and Everyone Interested in Accurate Maps That Save Us Versus Maps Captured by a Part of the Whole Situation. This Sixth Lecture, Mixed-Up About What Helps and What Harms, concerns the tendency in all of us to get locked into synchrony with the social group and lose our own bearings about what is truly helpful versus what is truly harmful. If we lose our bearings so readily to be accepted by the group, a first line of sight, we recover our bearings by a second light of sight that is mostly unconscious in most of us. Show more
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