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  • Personality Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #34
    by YouNet Company 237 0 0
    You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content. *** What exactly are Personality Disorders? How can they be diagnosed? Can we prevent some of them? In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank gives us the down low on things like Ego-Dystonic and Ego-Syntonic Disorders, Borderline and Antisocial Personality Disorders, and Potential Biological, Psychological, and Social Roots of these disorders. -- Table of Contents: Personality Disorders 02:04 Ego-Dystonic vs. Ego Syntonic Disorders 00:44 Three Clusters of Personality Disorders 02:23 Overlapping Personality Disorders 03:35 Borderline and Antisocial Personality Disorders 04:31 Bio-Psycho-Social Roots 06:54 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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  • 5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Personality Development & English Lessons
    by YouNet Company 192 0 0
    5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Free English Lessons There's no question that body language is important, you can capture - and hold - anyone's attention without even saying a word. We've selected some of the best body language techniques and shared them through this lesson: The Flooding Smile "Don't flash an immediate smile when you greet someone," If you do, it appears as if anyone in your line of sight would receive that same smile. Instead, pause and look at the other person's face for a second, and then let a "big, warm, responsive smile flood over your face and overflow into your eyes." Even though the delay is less than a second, it will convince people your smile is sincere and personalized for them. According to Lowndes, a slower smile can add more richness and depth to how people perceive you. Sticky Eyes Pretend your eyes are glued to your conversation partner's with sticky warm taffy, Even after they've finished speaking, don't break eye contact. "When you must look away, do it ever so slowly, reluctantly, stretching the gooey taffy until the tiny string finally breaks." This technique will help you appear more intelligent and insightful. The Big-Baby Pivot People are very conscious of how you react to them. When you meet someone new, turn your body fully toward them and give them the same, undivided attention you would give a baby.Pivoting 100% towards the new person shouts, 'I think you are very, very special.'" Limit the Fidget If you want to appear credible, try not to move too much when your conversation really matters. "Do not fidget, twitch, wiggle, squirm, or scratch, Frequent hand motions near your face can give your listener the feeling that you're lying or anxious. Instead, simply fix a constant gaze on the listener and show them that you're fully concentrated on the matter at hand. Using your hands Use you hands to create appropriate gestures. Hand movements help you to get the words out of your mouth accelerating your thought process. Do not cross your hands while speaking, It passes a signal that your are disinterested in a conversation.
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  • 5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Personality Development & English Lessons
    by Isabella Springs 182 0 0
    5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Free English Lessons There's no question that body language is important, you can capture - and hold - anyone's attention without even saying a word. We've selected some of the best body language techniques and shared them through this lesson: The Flooding Smile "Don't flash an immediate smile when you greet someone," If you do, it appears as if anyone in your line of sight would receive that same smile. Instead, pause and look at the other person's face for a second, and then let a "big, warm, responsive smile flood over your face and overflow into your eyes." Even though the delay is less than a second, it will convince people your smile is sincere and personalized for them. According to Lowndes, a slower smile can add more richness and depth to how people perceive you. Sticky Eyes Pretend your eyes are glued to your conversation partner's with sticky warm taffy, Even after they've finished speaking, don't break eye contact. "When you must look away, do it ever so slowly, reluctantly, stretching the gooey taffy until the tiny string finally breaks." This technique will help you appear more intelligent and insightful. The Big-Baby Pivot People are very conscious of how you react to them. When you meet someone new, turn your body fully toward them and give them the same, undivided attention you would give a baby.Pivoting 100% towards the new person shouts, 'I think you are very, very special.'" Limit the Fidget If you want to appear credible, try not to move too much when your conversation really matters. "Do not fidget, twitch, wiggle, squirm, or scratch, Frequent hand motions near your face can give your listener the feeling that you're lying or anxious. Instead, simply fix a constant gaze on the listener and show them that you're fully concentrated on the matter at hand. Using your hands Use you hands to create appropriate gestures. Hand movements help you to get the words out of your mouth accelerating your thought process. Do not cross your hands while speaking, It passes a signal that your are disinterested in a conversation.
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  • Serenity
    by YouNet Company 161 0 0
    Official Selection 2015 Sundance Film Festival
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  • CAN YOU READ MY LIPS?
    by YouNet Company 174 0 0
    What's it like to use one sense to do the work of another? "Can You Read My Lips?" is an immersive short about lip-reading based on the essay "Seeing at the Speed of Sound" by Rachel Kolb who narrates and stars in the piece. Produced by Little Moving Pictures Director - David Terry Fine Producer - Jeremy Summer Editor - Nathan Petty Writers - Rachel Kolb, David Terry Fine, Ryan Bubalo, Brenna Farrell Director of Photography - Tyler McPherron Additional Camera - David Terry Fine, Bradley Tangonan Associate Producers - Amy Dempsey, Brenna Farrell Gaffers - Eric Blum, Luke Seerveld, Alan Steinheimer, Bradley Tangonan Sound Recordist - Renso Landa Makeup- Laura Chall Casting - Chris Morrell Colorist - Ayumi Ashley Sound Mixer - Joaby Deal Additional Sounds - Panda Bear Title Consultant - Joe Kayser Title Animation - Noe Chavez Good Vibes - Diana Rothery, Mimi Cave Featuring: -- Erin Fong -- Tiffany Sainz -- Karen Wang -- Peter Willhoite -- Forrest Day -- TJ Kearney -- Erica Kelly -- Karen Berniker -- Dave Levine -- Daniel Davies -- Ranbir Sanghera -- Clementine Costanza -- Oskar Costanza -- Jamie Rose Miller -- Christian Plummer -- Ayumi Ashley -- Matt Notaro -- Talya Fisher -- Brandon Kazen-Maddox -- Nicole Schneider -- Francis Phiri -- Brittany Dike -- Chris Desouza -- Obhi Hazarika -- Molly Linden -- David Terry Fine -- Jeremy Summer Special Thanks - -- Beau Lewis -- Debbie Sterling -- Andrew Textor -- Steph Textor -- Mimi Cave -- Devin Whetstone -- Garret DeLorm -- Gus Horwith -- Jamie Rennar -- Tommy Herbst -- Kai Schneider -- Cassie Rosenbrock -- Jane Whitney -- Chris Morrell -- Teresa Jattridge -- Melissa Keith -- Brady Woolery -- Alicia Roca -- Leslie Valentino -- MTZHF -- Josh Harris / Trick Dog -- David Peter -- Dakota McCoy -- Catherine Laporte-Oshiro -- Phil Yao -- Taylor Wilson -- Kiley Hunkler -- Spencer Lenfield -- Rachel Woodlee
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  • DOT. Sydney to London on a Wing and a Prayer
    by Isabella Springs 176 0 0
    If you enjoyed the film, please give it a vote on Shooting People's "Film of the Month", if it makes it to the top 3 will be reviewed by the great Louis Theroux. Thanks! https://shootingpeople.org/filmofthemonth/leaderboard/ "Nathan Millward gives a captivating insight into his motives for riding 35,000 miles from Sydney to Alaska on a 105cc Aussie post bike. If you’ve ever wondered what possesses some people to spend a life travelling the globe on two wheels, you’ll need to look hard to find a better – and more honest – explanation than this." -VisorDown.com Directed by Fraser Byrne @fraserbyrne.com Hit up Nathan on Instagram and tell him we sent you! @nathanthepostman - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - WWW.MAKEYOURBONES.COM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About: In 2009, Brit Nathan Millward was enjoying life working in a cafe in Sydney, but the good times were cut short after his Visa extension was denied and he was given 3 days to pack up his life in Australia and exit the country. Rather than booking a flight back to the UK, he made the bold decision to hit the road and ride home. He packed his world belongings into a box, strapped it to the back of his trusty 105cc Honda postman's bike (max speed 40mph) and embarked on the ride of his life. He set off with no Visas in place, no mechanical knowledge and wasn't even sure if his cash would stretch the 23,000 mile ride home . . . Little did Nathan know as he rode away from the Sydney Opera House that morning, he was at the start of a grand journey that would take him further than he ever could have imagined. A journey not just of epic proportions, but one that would take him right to the extremities of personal discovery and ultimately, would take him in search of the end of the road. Music: THEE OH SEES Corprophagist (A Bath Perhaps) ARCADE FIRE Sleepwalker MOGWAI Jaguar MOGWAI Special N Upbeat instrumental: AUSTINVINCE.com
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  • The Awakening Is Now
    by YouNet Company 177 0 0
    'The awakening is now' is a Beyond Awakening Collective short film about growing up, passion and fandom. This project was realised by a group of enthousiastic filmmakers with a passion for the classic 'Star Wars' films. Finally, 'the force awakens' is out in cinemas. In celebration this film speaks for the fans. This is it. The wait is over. The awakening is now. A "Beyond Awakening Collective" video. https://www.facebook.com/awakeningcollective Directed by Robin Zom Cast : Huub Smit & Joey-Finn Kommers Cinematography - Stef Kwinten Edit - Mitch van Hirsel & Mike van der Weegen Gaffer - Ralph Roelse First Assistant Director - Bente van der Meer Second assistant director - Ruud Scheerens Animation - Stefan Vlemmix
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  • OPAL | Short Film(s)
    by Isabella Springs 185 0 0
    This is a collection of 15 sec films I made with my daughter in 2015, her first year on planet earth. Starring Dugan & Opal Veda O'Neal (cameo: Isaiah Seret) Shot on the iPhone. More short films made with Opal found here: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/opalveda/ Special thanks: Bethany McCarty outro music: DIPLO "Express Yourself Feat. Nicky B"
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  • Tallgrass Film Festing
    by YouNet Company 145 0 0
    This is a video I made with the footage I took with my iphone at the 2015 Tallgrass Film Festival in my hometown Wichita, KS. The Tallgrass Film Festival celebrates awesome independent creators. In this vid, I present the Stubbornly Independent Award to director Valerie Weiss and producer Jeffrey Loeb for their film, A Light Beneath Their Feet.
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  • FAMILY
    by Isabella Springs 152 0 0
    It's how we grow together that makes us family. Written and Directed by SALAZAR Production Company - Workhouse Creative Cinematographer- Liam Mitchell Editor - Jason C. Myers Casting - Kris Woznesensky & Kara Eide Casting Original Score - Edo Van Breemen 1st AC - Mikael Bidard Production Sound, Mix, and Design - Eugenio Battaglia www.salazarfilm.com www.workhousecreative.com
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  • Personality Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #34
    by YouNet Company 237 0 0
    You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content. *** What exactly are Personality Disorders? How can they be diagnosed? Can we prevent some of them? In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank gives us the down low on things like Ego-Dystonic and Ego-Syntonic Disorders, Borderline and Antisocial Personality Disorders, and Potential Biological, Psychological, and Social Roots of these disorders. -- Table of Contents: Personality Disorders 02:04 Ego-Dystonic vs. Ego Syntonic Disorders 00:44 Three Clusters of Personality Disorders 02:23 Overlapping Personality Disorders 03:35 Borderline and Antisocial Personality Disorders 04:31 Bio-Psycho-Social Roots 06:54 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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  • 5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Personality Development & English Lessons
    by YouNet Company 192 0 0
    5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Free English Lessons There's no question that body language is important, you can capture - and hold - anyone's attention without even saying a word. We've selected some of the best body language techniques and shared them through this lesson: The Flooding Smile "Don't flash an immediate smile when you greet someone," If you do, it appears as if anyone in your line of sight would receive that same smile. Instead, pause and look at the other person's face for a second, and then let a "big, warm, responsive smile flood over your face and overflow into your eyes." Even though the delay is less than a second, it will convince people your smile is sincere and personalized for them. According to Lowndes, a slower smile can add more richness and depth to how people perceive you. Sticky Eyes Pretend your eyes are glued to your conversation partner's with sticky warm taffy, Even after they've finished speaking, don't break eye contact. "When you must look away, do it ever so slowly, reluctantly, stretching the gooey taffy until the tiny string finally breaks." This technique will help you appear more intelligent and insightful. The Big-Baby Pivot People are very conscious of how you react to them. When you meet someone new, turn your body fully toward them and give them the same, undivided attention you would give a baby.Pivoting 100% towards the new person shouts, 'I think you are very, very special.'" Limit the Fidget If you want to appear credible, try not to move too much when your conversation really matters. "Do not fidget, twitch, wiggle, squirm, or scratch, Frequent hand motions near your face can give your listener the feeling that you're lying or anxious. Instead, simply fix a constant gaze on the listener and show them that you're fully concentrated on the matter at hand. Using your hands Use you hands to create appropriate gestures. Hand movements help you to get the words out of your mouth accelerating your thought process. Do not cross your hands while speaking, It passes a signal that your are disinterested in a conversation.
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  • 5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Personality Development & English Lessons
    by Isabella Springs 182 0 0
    5 Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You - Free English Lessons There's no question that body language is important, you can capture - and hold - anyone's attention without even saying a word. We've selected some of the best body language techniques and shared them through this lesson: The Flooding Smile "Don't flash an immediate smile when you greet someone," If you do, it appears as if anyone in your line of sight would receive that same smile. Instead, pause and look at the other person's face for a second, and then let a "big, warm, responsive smile flood over your face and overflow into your eyes." Even though the delay is less than a second, it will convince people your smile is sincere and personalized for them. According to Lowndes, a slower smile can add more richness and depth to how people perceive you. Sticky Eyes Pretend your eyes are glued to your conversation partner's with sticky warm taffy, Even after they've finished speaking, don't break eye contact. "When you must look away, do it ever so slowly, reluctantly, stretching the gooey taffy until the tiny string finally breaks." This technique will help you appear more intelligent and insightful. The Big-Baby Pivot People are very conscious of how you react to them. When you meet someone new, turn your body fully toward them and give them the same, undivided attention you would give a baby.Pivoting 100% towards the new person shouts, 'I think you are very, very special.'" Limit the Fidget If you want to appear credible, try not to move too much when your conversation really matters. "Do not fidget, twitch, wiggle, squirm, or scratch, Frequent hand motions near your face can give your listener the feeling that you're lying or anxious. Instead, simply fix a constant gaze on the listener and show them that you're fully concentrated on the matter at hand. Using your hands Use you hands to create appropriate gestures. Hand movements help you to get the words out of your mouth accelerating your thought process. Do not cross your hands while speaking, It passes a signal that your are disinterested in a conversation.
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  • Serenity
    by YouNet Company 161 0 0
    Official Selection 2015 Sundance Film Festival
    161 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • CAN YOU READ MY LIPS?
    by YouNet Company 174 0 0
    What's it like to use one sense to do the work of another? "Can You Read My Lips?" is an immersive short about lip-reading based on the essay "Seeing at the Speed of Sound" by Rachel Kolb who narrates and stars in the piece. Produced by Little Moving Pictures Director - David Terry Fine Producer - Jeremy Summer Editor - Nathan Petty Writers - Rachel Kolb, David Terry Fine, Ryan Bubalo, Brenna Farrell Director of Photography - Tyler McPherron Additional Camera - David Terry Fine, Bradley Tangonan Associate Producers - Amy Dempsey, Brenna Farrell Gaffers - Eric Blum, Luke Seerveld, Alan Steinheimer, Bradley Tangonan Sound Recordist - Renso Landa Makeup- Laura Chall Casting - Chris Morrell Colorist - Ayumi Ashley Sound Mixer - Joaby Deal Additional Sounds - Panda Bear Title Consultant - Joe Kayser Title Animation - Noe Chavez Good Vibes - Diana Rothery, Mimi Cave Featuring: -- Erin Fong -- Tiffany Sainz -- Karen Wang -- Peter Willhoite -- Forrest Day -- TJ Kearney -- Erica Kelly -- Karen Berniker -- Dave Levine -- Daniel Davies -- Ranbir Sanghera -- Clementine Costanza -- Oskar Costanza -- Jamie Rose Miller -- Christian Plummer -- Ayumi Ashley -- Matt Notaro -- Talya Fisher -- Brandon Kazen-Maddox -- Nicole Schneider -- Francis Phiri -- Brittany Dike -- Chris Desouza -- Obhi Hazarika -- Molly Linden -- David Terry Fine -- Jeremy Summer Special Thanks - -- Beau Lewis -- Debbie Sterling -- Andrew Textor -- Steph Textor -- Mimi Cave -- Devin Whetstone -- Garret DeLorm -- Gus Horwith -- Jamie Rennar -- Tommy Herbst -- Kai Schneider -- Cassie Rosenbrock -- Jane Whitney -- Chris Morrell -- Teresa Jattridge -- Melissa Keith -- Brady Woolery -- Alicia Roca -- Leslie Valentino -- MTZHF -- Josh Harris / Trick Dog -- David Peter -- Dakota McCoy -- Catherine Laporte-Oshiro -- Phil Yao -- Taylor Wilson -- Kiley Hunkler -- Spencer Lenfield -- Rachel Woodlee
    174 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • DOT. Sydney to London on a Wing and a Prayer
    by Isabella Springs 176 0 0
    If you enjoyed the film, please give it a vote on Shooting People's "Film of the Month", if it makes it to the top 3 will be reviewed by the great Louis Theroux. Thanks! https://shootingpeople.org/filmofthemonth/leaderboard/ "Nathan Millward gives a captivating insight into his motives for riding 35,000 miles from Sydney to Alaska on a 105cc Aussie post bike. If you’ve ever wondered what possesses some people to spend a life travelling the globe on two wheels, you’ll need to look hard to find a better – and more honest – explanation than this." -VisorDown.com Directed by Fraser Byrne @fraserbyrne.com Hit up Nathan on Instagram and tell him we sent you! @nathanthepostman - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - WWW.MAKEYOURBONES.COM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About: In 2009, Brit Nathan Millward was enjoying life working in a cafe in Sydney, but the good times were cut short after his Visa extension was denied and he was given 3 days to pack up his life in Australia and exit the country. Rather than booking a flight back to the UK, he made the bold decision to hit the road and ride home. He packed his world belongings into a box, strapped it to the back of his trusty 105cc Honda postman's bike (max speed 40mph) and embarked on the ride of his life. He set off with no Visas in place, no mechanical knowledge and wasn't even sure if his cash would stretch the 23,000 mile ride home . . . Little did Nathan know as he rode away from the Sydney Opera House that morning, he was at the start of a grand journey that would take him further than he ever could have imagined. A journey not just of epic proportions, but one that would take him right to the extremities of personal discovery and ultimately, would take him in search of the end of the road. Music: THEE OH SEES Corprophagist (A Bath Perhaps) ARCADE FIRE Sleepwalker MOGWAI Jaguar MOGWAI Special N Upbeat instrumental: AUSTINVINCE.com
    176 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • The Awakening Is Now
    by YouNet Company 177 0 0
    'The awakening is now' is a Beyond Awakening Collective short film about growing up, passion and fandom. This project was realised by a group of enthousiastic filmmakers with a passion for the classic 'Star Wars' films. Finally, 'the force awakens' is out in cinemas. In celebration this film speaks for the fans. This is it. The wait is over. The awakening is now. A "Beyond Awakening Collective" video. https://www.facebook.com/awakeningcollective Directed by Robin Zom Cast : Huub Smit & Joey-Finn Kommers Cinematography - Stef Kwinten Edit - Mitch van Hirsel & Mike van der Weegen Gaffer - Ralph Roelse First Assistant Director - Bente van der Meer Second assistant director - Ruud Scheerens Animation - Stefan Vlemmix
    177 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • OPAL | Short Film(s)
    by Isabella Springs 185 0 0
    This is a collection of 15 sec films I made with my daughter in 2015, her first year on planet earth. Starring Dugan & Opal Veda O'Neal (cameo: Isaiah Seret) Shot on the iPhone. More short films made with Opal found here: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/opalveda/ Special thanks: Bethany McCarty outro music: DIPLO "Express Yourself Feat. Nicky B"
    185 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • Tallgrass Film Festing
    by YouNet Company 145 0 0
    This is a video I made with the footage I took with my iphone at the 2015 Tallgrass Film Festival in my hometown Wichita, KS. The Tallgrass Film Festival celebrates awesome independent creators. In this vid, I present the Stubbornly Independent Award to director Valerie Weiss and producer Jeffrey Loeb for their film, A Light Beneath Their Feet.
    145 views 0 likes 0 comments
  • FAMILY
    by Isabella Springs 152 0 0
    It's how we grow together that makes us family. Written and Directed by SALAZAR Production Company - Workhouse Creative Cinematographer- Liam Mitchell Editor - Jason C. Myers Casting - Kris Woznesensky & Kara Eide Casting Original Score - Edo Van Breemen 1st AC - Mikael Bidard Production Sound, Mix, and Design - Eugenio Battaglia www.salazarfilm.com www.workhousecreative.com
    152 views 0 likes 0 comments