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97%VideoSep 2011

Colour is in the eye of the beholder

(7:56) Fascinating BBC Horizon clip shows the link between colour and language, as demonstrated by tests with the Himba tribe of Namibia.


95%VideoFeb 2015

Sabrina Benaim - Explaining my depression to my mother

(3:29) Mom, my depression is a shapeshifter.


94%AnimationDec 2013

RSA Shorts - The Power of Empathy

(2:54) What is the difference between empathy and sympathy?


94%VideoJan 2017

An analysis of millennials

(18:43) British/American author Simon Sinek answers the millenial question

94%AnimationAug 2013

The Innovation of Loneliness

(4:27) What is the connection between social networks and loneliness? Inspired by Sherry Turkle's book 'Alone Together'.


94%AnimationFeb 2014

TED-Ed - What percentage of your brain do you use?

(5:16) Do we really only use 10% of our brain?

94%VideoAug 2014

TEDtalks - Depression is a disease of civilisation


94%VideoMar 2015

Which one is the nice doll?

(9:12) This test on children's self-perception related to race, was originally performed in 1939 by psychologists Kenneth and Mamie Clark, and is known as the Clark test.


94%VideoDec 2016

Why do some people not believe the evidence?

(5:14) Some people don't believe vaccines work, or that today's climate change is largely man-made, even though they are supported by a mountain of scientific evidence.


94%AnimationNov 2017

Why do incompetent people think they're amazing?

(5:07) It's the Dunning-Kruger effect, first described by psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger in 1999.