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Why do so many people love being scared? The strength of a horror film is its depiction of regular people undergoing extraordinary ordeals, something we can all identify with psychologically, says MGH's resident horror expert Steve Schlozman, MD.
Zombies – fictional beings appearing as reanimated human corpses – have been around since the early 1800s in literary works and have appeared in film since the 1930s. The pop culture fascination with zombies presents an opportunity to understand what parts of the brain are most susceptible to the ever-present theatre of a zombie apocalypse.
After years of planning and thanks to the help of generous donors, The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds: Developing Resilience through Engagement, Awareness and Media (DREAM) is a reality.
Steven Schlozman, MD, of the MGH Department of Psychiatry assists with the development of a Zombie Apocalypse curriculum, part of a "STEM Behind Hollywood" program.
Gene Beresin, MD, director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training at Massachusetts General Hospital and director of the MGH Center for Mental Health and Media, and Steve Schlozman, MD, examine research that shows no causal relationship between violent games and violent behavior. They also offer advice for parents on TV watching and video game playing.
Gene Beresin, MD, and Steve Schlozman, MD, of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Psychiatry Department offer advice to parents on managing holiday stress.
Steven Schlozman, MD, distinctly recalls sneaking into the movie Dawn of the Dead when he was 11 years old.
Steve Schlozman, MD, and Gene Beresin, MD, of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Psychiatry Department offer advice to parents on helping their teens and young children transition back to school.
To many, bullying can seem like a rite of passage in childhood. But while it may be fairly commonplace, is bullying really "just kids being kids"? For some victims, the negative effects can last a lifetime, and those who engage in bullying are demonstrating deeper-set issues themselves.
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