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Real Psychologist Reviews Mental Illness In Movies

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What does a real psychologist think of how mental illness is portrayed in movies? Dr. Ali Mattu, clinical psychologist at the Columbia University Medical Center, takes a look at how mental illness is depicted in pop culture and tells us how accurate they really are. Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/68415 Special thanks to Dr. Ali Mattu! https://youtube.com/thepsychshow Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedviolet GET MORE BUZZFEED: https://www.buzzfeed.com https://www.buzzfeed.com/videos https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo https://www.youtube.com/asis https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet https://www.youtube.com/perolike https://www.youtube.com/ladylike BuzzFeedVideo BuzzFeed’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! To see behind-the-scenes & more, follow us on Instagram @buzzfeedvideo http://bit.ly/2JRRkKU Love BuzzFeed? Get the merch! BUY NOW: https://goo.gl/gQKF8m
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Josh Baldridge (14 часов назад)
It's unfortunate that antisocial personality disorder (as I was diagnosed with in high school) as well as most other common mental illnesses are constantly portrayed as a prop or setpiece in the life of those affected. It's typically portrayed in media as a stereotypical "heros story" sort of Arc, or a villians story aimed solely at relating an audience to the absolute worst and most extreme cases of said conditions. It creates a stigma around it, even when symptoms are barely noticeable to those outside of practice, people tend to take the worst qualities and generalizations and judge you for them even when you don't express said qualities most of the time, if at all. The label is all it takes. I refrain from mentioning it in social interactions because the last thing someone wants to hear at a party is "sorry that I'm not quite as in tune to people as I should be due to a very narrow and often ignorant mindset I possess, caused by something I have little control over, that I struggle to improve on constantly, which is why I'm even bothering to have the interactions in the first place. By the way I'm technically a sociopath, but I'm trying to improve though." Not exactly something you'd be willing to share right?
Sakina Fletcher (19 часов назад)
Omg the ending I hope he got his hug
Charlotte Kwong (19 часов назад)
I love these kinds of videos! The lawyer was one of my favorite
Ian Butler (22 часа назад)
rainman is based on a real person....
Lukson (1 день назад)
Mental illness is temporary disability of human intelligence, or even permanetly.
raks (1 день назад)
You guys should've put typhoid Mary from iron fist up there
Nasrullah wani (3 дня назад)
the doctor is a kashmiri i think
Eduardo S (3 дня назад)
Can a sociopath also be a psychopath?
Makenzie White (3 дня назад)
Camera work was shoddy, not gonna lie...
Who Knows (3 дня назад)
My favorite part of this whole thing was how he actually properly used the word "Trigger".
leayks idk (4 дня назад)
Was i the only one who kept reading the titel as "real sociopath"
Emmi & Elyssa (4 дня назад)
Where’s Shane Dawson?!
TRIGGERED LIL CROOKED FURRIES (5 дней назад)
A blind man reviews bird box
DeadbeatBadger (5 дней назад)
For Split, it should've been the scene where he transitions from Barry to Dennis
Tiffany Fichtenbaum (5 дней назад)
In rainman they actually based his character on an actual man who was autistic with savant tendencies. So they got the manurisims right
Nolan Friedline (5 дней назад)
Uptalk. So... much... uptalk!!!
blueline (6 дней назад)
Gone Girl to me was a modern take on Psycho.
Sudev S. Nair (6 дней назад)
Memento?
Han (6 дней назад)
I'd love to see a psychologist watch "Girl, Interrupted"
Lars Frisk (7 дней назад)
He should respond to Shane Dawson's jake paul series.
thebunofdoom 190 (7 дней назад)
SEE SHANE!
Khanamirie Valizadeh (7 дней назад)
why isn't THE DARK KNIGHT SCENE HERE
Zev (8 дней назад)
Such a great video! I personally aspire to study psychology in the future. I have some questions about Sociopaths in form of "myths". I would love you tell me if they're right or wrong. 1. They’re nervous and easily agitated 2. They have no impulse control 3. They don’t learn from their mistakes 4. They don’t plan things 5. They’re unreliable 6. They tell lies 7. They’re manipulative 8. They don’t understand emotions 9. They have difficulty forming attachments 10. Their personality may well be from environmental factors
Frieza Frieza (9 дней назад)
What About The Shinning
Alan Garner (9 дней назад)
Is psychosis similar to schizophrenia?....... im wondering because im diagnosed with psychosis, im also diagnosed with ASPD.
naw28878787 (9 дней назад)
That was great. BuzzFeed Can you please bring back Dr Ali Mattu or another clinical psychologist and get him to review videos of the President of the USA. Now that, ladies and gentlemen should be fun.
pan icon (9 дней назад)
Shane Dawson who
Shadow Clan (10 дней назад)
I’d love to see him, or another specialist, react to the new series ‘You’ on Netflix and see what he thinks
Kuiyonna Thompson (10 дней назад)
Split kinda pisses me off as someone with D.I.D.
T May P (10 дней назад)
I am surprised how he doesn't talk like Appu
smartPuff 73 (12 дней назад)
Thank you for saying sociopaths and psychopaths are different. Thank you.
Blighted Ashes (12 дней назад)
no sensui???
Defod Vaan Ddjit (12 дней назад)
Dang, missed the opportunity to analyze Joker there
Роман Мавроян (12 дней назад)
so judjing by these reactions, people know about mental illnesses more than they do about the physics of the world that we're living in. Which probably means, that people are/were more interested in mental illnesses than in physics, which, in turn, means that the majority of people understands mental illnesses better than physics. Is it just me imagining, or are we living in a world of mentally ill people?
AK- Metal (12 дней назад)
Split!!! I’m glad you review that movie. Superb acting skills!
Jelly Zombies (12 дней назад)
No girl interrupted ??
unknown (13 дней назад)
shane entered the chat
Geoff Roach (13 дней назад)
The issue with split, mpd is a very hard disorder to determine if it's actually real or not. If it does exist, it's less than 0.01% of the entire human population, which is another problem with this supposed illness.
Joyful Sorrow (14 дней назад)
I have to say, that was a very interesting video.
CherryGryffon (15 дней назад)
My stepson is autistic, and my brother is on the spectrum formerly called an Aspie; We're all very fond of Rainman, every time I see it it makes me homesick.
Crimson Prose (15 дней назад)
- People mistaking DiD for schizophrenia really annoys me. - That scene where you're talking about confusion seems really spot on for how the paranoia part feels. - You're right that the realization that it's not real doesn't equate to not having an issue. Knowing my paranoia was about something 'not real' didn't change my body's reaction to it and it was still debilitating sometimes. It's a strange experience to be terrified of something you know isn't real.
Alice Willoughby (16 дней назад)
"If my dog is not reacting to something then I know it's my illness." I like that! More and more I'm learning to love the idea of service dogs!
Anarchy Squad (16 дней назад)
I got a tik tok ad
McPuffs (17 дней назад)
So anyone that is anti-social is either a psychopath or sociopath? Avoid going to this doctor.
Martinez안드레아 (17 дней назад)
9:52 why dose he sound like Ned from the try guys 😂
NJP695 (17 дней назад)
He’s so right about the Schizophrenia bit; when I first got my cat I named him Horatio, Prince Hamlet’s close friend and the one who distinguished the ghost of King Hamlet to be, well, a ghost. He helps me when I hear things tremendously, as whenever there’s something REAL to react to, I can watch his eyes perk up, or even look in the direction of the noise. Good kitty. Best friend.
Noctis (17 дней назад)
So the video the dark side of the jake paul is wrong?
laura martinez (17 дней назад)
I love how he said ppl with mental illness are often the victim of violence bc in psychopaths there’s a lack of activity in the orbital cortex and a the aggressive MAOA gene or the warrior gene and that basically determines wether or not ur gonna be a murder which is extremely vague and there’s definitely other factors but the main reason is basically if ur abused as a child that gene is basically triggered and ur ethics/morals are controlled by impulsivity but if ur loved and raised right as a child u understand ethics and morals and it won’t be controlled by ur impulsivity so someone could score really high on psychopathic tendencies but not be a murderer. everyone has psychopathic tendencies but they aren’t harmful in any way. So basically ppl who are hurt will hurt others.
_Ali_ (18 дней назад)
Finally, a video which actually has pretty much the correct subtitles AND with punctuation. Thanks so much! :)
Ana Wieder (18 дней назад)
I’d like him to review tv shows, particularly Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Untypical and Empire.
El Mundo de Hades (18 дней назад)
Rainman is a GREAT movie!!
Katinka Ridde-Coffey (18 дней назад)
I have been told that a high percentage of surgeons are psychopaths . Is that true?
The Crimson fucker (12 дней назад)
Katinka Ridde-Coffey No. They’re sociopaths. They kind of have to be.
Hilary Benoit (18 дней назад)
A beautiful mind is Paranoid Schizophrenia..played by Russell Crowe.
DH_Artist (18 дней назад)
What about “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”, “Forrest Gump”, or “The Good Doctor”????
Jummbie (19 дней назад)
damn, just gonna take wired's idea
Shalone Alexander (19 дней назад)
Did anyone identify all the movies because now I’m curious to watch them 😭
Joshua Hale (19 дней назад)
Split was a horrible example. I’m glad he knew what the idea Shyamalan was having was. But Split was a super villain origin story.
Aubrie Visor (19 дней назад)
You should do an episode where a barista/bartender reviews movie drink orders
jamellah (20 дней назад)
thought the title said “psychopath”
jlo803 (20 дней назад)
A "Real" psychologist unlike those fake psychologists out there...
AlchemistOfNirnroot (21 день назад)
Sherlock's a drug user, but he's not impulsive?
Unidentified floating item (21 день назад)
Split kind of sucked
Abu Faqih (21 день назад)
No Forrest Gump? Really?
Alyssa Jusuf (22 дня назад)
Thanks 😀😀 i watched this video before my quiz tommorow.
Hope Zaragoza (22 дня назад)
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Red Riding Hood Mystery (22 дня назад)
How is that baby alive
Adam Yun (23 дня назад)
I'm worried about my mental health now
GGG (23 дня назад)
Y does watching this give me anxiety
Maddie O'Dwyer (24 дня назад)
Would love you to do Angelina Jolie as Lisa in Girl Interrupted
Winona Depp (25 дней назад)
Dr. Ali, is it possible for someone to become a psychologist while showing disorders? Thank you for your response.
Bleach Martini (25 дней назад)
I'm not much of a buzzfeed fan, but Dr. Ali is the man!
CRocketSlim (26 дней назад)
I've always enjoyed Iron Man 3 despite its issues, just because of RDJ's performance. Dude is a fantastic actor and deserves all the success he's had since he cleaned himself up.
K52 Biethel (26 дней назад)
Best video buzzfeed ever released
Sage Chan (26 дней назад)
FINALLY someone agrees that Iron Man 3 is not only great but great because of it addressing Mental Health.
Paint Smudge (26 дней назад)
He looks like Derrick Gerard
stewiegriffin3000 (26 дней назад)
Talking about the bipolar. “It wouldn’t happen that quickly” boy you ain’t met me when I have a manic episode it happens THAT quickly or it will skip straight to that for me. Doesn’t happen often for me I keep it under control most of the time maybe once a month I’ll have a huge outburst.
dont mind (26 дней назад)
I think my Manager is either a psychopath or sociopath. he's cold, calculated, manipulative and unemotional. I've just resigned because I don't want to be a part of that anymore.
CraZe (27 дней назад)
i wanna see this guy review serial killers like dexter or in the show criminal minds
Tzach Gefen (27 дней назад)
I'm trying not to be mean. That upward inflection at the end of every sentence makes you sound super monotonous. And the bad part of it, is that you seem to know what you're talking about. Plus, you have great timbre. So, just think about that friend. Great video. Always been fascinated with mental illness. Grew up with mild OCD and a bit of ADHD. In Lebanon 2006, I feel like I came back with some mild form of PTSD.... Much love to all. be well
Silver Xiclus (27 дней назад)
It's kinda weird when most people talk with a curious kind of tone, like if they are making a question in every sentence they speak.
Wolfy (27 дней назад)
I just saw Benedict Cumberbitch and boom. Here I am.
Brandon (27 дней назад)
its not a movie, but Shameless has a pretty incredible representation of bipolar disorder
Walter Calle (28 дней назад)
visual hallucination it´s never gonna be in schizophrenia, it´s cause by organic like a tumor or drugs
Azraelle (28 дней назад)
One thing I really wish movies and TV shows would stop misrepresenting is Tourrette's Syndrome. It's not just about uncontrollable swearing.
Jacky Banuelos (28 дней назад)
His reactions haha
Seth (29 дней назад)
The only thing I have to say is that you called them “personalities”! They are actually called “alters”. :-)
sh hazirah (29 дней назад)
I want him to watch bodyguard
Jack Knight (29 дней назад)
Thank you for saying Sherlock seems autistic. That was something discussed as a possibility in 221B Con's 2018 Pannel "Queering Sherlock". And I've been saying he's autistic for years. (Specifically BBC Sherlock)
Cyrex (29 дней назад)
Where is Saga Noren?
azsli2 (30 дней назад)
My son has multiple personalities but he is NOT scito
jillhbaudhaan (30 дней назад)
This guy should turn this into a YouTube series
NicLinker619 (30 дней назад)
4:30 I thought the background music was the angry birds theme lol
Books And beauty (1 месяц назад)
Did anyone else have a panic attack while watching the iron man 3 part? ...no...okay
Silvia Mejia (6 дней назад)
I get uneasy and want to avoid the movie
charma du plessis (19 дней назад)
+Books And beauty thanks, still have anciety but I was in therapy so it's going good
Books And beauty (19 дней назад)
charma du plessis congratulations on two years!!
charma du plessis (20 дней назад)
I emphasized but I didn't have an attack. Haven't had one that bad in over 2 years.
Tina Schneider (1 месяц назад)
the cool girl monologue is the best one in movie history
Spektrom (1 месяц назад)
Wait this dude is literally Jeff Kaplan, but darker skin.
fravels (1 месяц назад)
Idk why but he reminds me of mark ruffalo as bruce hahaha
Popskiptea (1 месяц назад)
Gone Girl - read it before you watch it - the book is waaaaaay better!
Ruben Gregg (1 месяц назад)
A beautiful mind is based on the mathematician John Nash and he in fact did “out think” his Schizophrenia. He claimed that he could still hear the voices but that he chose to stop listening. Of course this is not the case for the vast majority of patients so it would be unrealistic to say that it is possible for all patients to out think schizophrenia.
Emma (1 месяц назад)
T R I g g e r ed

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