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Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2010

This short documentary from NobelPrize.org examines the mystery of memory and the discoveries that have been made regarding it throughout the history of neuroscience.

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Online Video

On the Record presents Drew Dixon's story in the aftermath of alleged abuse by her boss and hip-hop mogul, Russell Simmons.

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by Robert Sapolsky
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2007

Watch this enjoyable documentary from National Geographic and Stanford University, featuring neurobiologist and Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky.

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by Joseph Campbell
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Online Video

Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth is a 1988 documentary series featuring six hour-long conversations between journalist Bill Moyers and mythologist Joseph Campbell. Campbell was a professor at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and he authored many books, including his most famous book in 1949 entitled The Hero With a Thousand Faces.

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Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 1982

Children of Darkness is a 1983 American documentary film produced by Ara Chekmayan and Richard Kotuk. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

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Available on:
Podcast

The PBS Frontline series are some of the best documentaries available on public television, but it's often difficult to carve out time to sit down and watch them. Now Frontline has released over 100 of their documentaries as audio podcasts and they actually work really well as just audio.

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by Oliver Sacks
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Online Video
Year Released:
 2008

Can the power of music make the brain come alive? Throughout his career Dr. Oliver Sacks, neurologist and acclaimed author, has encountered myriad patients who are struggling to cope with debilitating medical conditions, including autism and Tourette's syndrome.

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Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 1983

The Silent Scream is a 1984 anti-abortion educational film directed by Jack Duane Dabner and narrated by Bernard Nathanson, an obstetrician, NARAL Pro-Choice America founder, and abortion provider turned pro-life activist, and produced in partnership with the National Right to Life Committee.

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Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2010

There are approximately 5.7 million people in the United States with bipolar disorder.

10.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2012

Watch this BBC documentary from Northern Ireland examining the illness of depression and the latest developments in treating the disease.

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