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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast



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"Behavior is the expression of the problem, not the problem". Daniel Amen.

Amen to that.

by Fishing Treatment 3 months ago

“You are not stuck with the brain you have, you can make it better.” That hit me so hard

by Spicy Lady 3 months ago

He seems very frustrated with how the system works. Too bad that this didn't get the clout it deserved but nonsensical tiktok videos did


Update: when this comment was posted, this video barely had views. YouTube put this in everyone's recs lately and now the views have skyrocketed in a few weeks. Good for the doctors noble cause 🙏🏼

by Ms. Bhumika Bhavya 3 months ago

Behaviour is not the problem, behaviour is an expression of the problem. Love this one

by Real Mike Clements 3 years ago

Impressive lecture, but I would have loved to hear about how they go about rehabilitating someone's brain once they discover these issues (although the removal of the cyst was obvious).

by foraquid 2 months ago

"When you have the privilege to change someone's brain, you change generations to come." This hit me hard. NOTHING changes a life...like love.

by Nathan Lewis 2 months ago

"The single most important lesson my colleagues and I have learned, is that you can literally change peoples brains"

by Felix Merz 3 days ago

Why AREN’T more doctors looking into brain activity?

by Rose Sables 2 months ago

Imagine going to prison and actually becoming a rehabilitated citizen

by Nerdy Bednar 2 months ago

This is not happening
Why? Because Prison and Prescription Drugs are Billion Dollar Business
So many people would lose their jobs and pharmaceutical companies will go bankrupt

by mvpmickey1 2 months ago

He never explained how he "fixed" those brains, did he use medication? Im very interested to know what his "treatment" plans are .

by Joshua The Science god 2 months ago

I wish these kind of videos would dominate the trending feed.

by Pink Rhino 6 months ago

My psychiatrist has forever altered my life in weird ways, I don't think I will ever be the same again

by Emanuel Voelker 1 day ago

I liked the way he gave credits to his colleagues and didn't take whole credit.

by Amit Ojha 2 months ago

This is the one TED Talk everyone needs to see.

by J Becker 3 months ago

This is the most influential piece of media on the Internet. THIS MUST GO VIRAL. Do your part. I just want to regulate my mood, man.

by Tok'n Squirrel 2 months ago

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