Learn from the Best: On-Demand Online Video Lectures

With 5+ educational and entertaining livestream videos every week, we’re constantly adding great online video lectures to our library. Our online video lectures are taught by the most popular professors at (150 and counting!) the country’s most prestigious universities, including; Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, Columbia, Stanford, and many others. Below are some recent additions to our online video lectures library as well as some student favorites. You can browse by category or by typing some keywords into the search bar to the left. We stream a new video lecture every weekday at 4 pm ET, and that video is added to our video library so you can view it at any time. Access to all recorded online video lectures comes standard with our membership, click here to learn more.

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Watch Hundreds of Online Video Lectures Below:

Category : Psychology

A Grand Tour of Italy
Joseph Luzzi – Bard College

08/14/2019

Can Creativity Be Taught? The Science Behind Imagination
Shelley Carson – Harvard University

08/14/2019

Do My Eyes Deceive Me? The Science of How Humans See the World
Andrew Shatté – University of Arizona

08/14/2019

Is the Human Brain Hardwired for God?
Andrew Newberg – Thomas Jefferson University

01/19/2016

Living and Dying in America: An Indispensable Healthcare Workshop
Michael Sparer

08/14/2019

Managing Stress: The Power of Mindset
Nicole Weekes – Pomona College

08/14/2019

Reduce Stress at Home and Work: A Lifesaving Workshop
Andrew Shatté – University of Arizona

08/14/2019

The Evolution of Irrationality
Laurie Santos – Yale University

08/14/2019

The Future of Lying and Trust
Jeffrey Hancock – Stanford University

08/14/2019

The Psychology of Humor
Aimee Reichmann-Decker – University of Denver

08/14/2019

The Science of Pleasure: Why We Like What Like
Paul Bloom – Yale University

08/14/2019

The Science of Sleep: How it Affects Focus and Memory (30-minute version)
Jessica Payne – University of Notre Dame

11/05/2019

What is Emotional Intelligence?
Marc Brackett – Yale University

08/14/2019

Why We Work: An Eye-opening Tour of the Purpose of Work in Our Lives
Barry Schwartz – UC Berkeley

08/14/2019

Making Better Choices: The Art and Science of Rational Decision Making
Sonia Marciano – New York University Stern Business School

08/14/2019

The Jewish Brain: Neuroscience, Philosophy, Ritual, and Ethics
Andrew Newberg – Thomas Jefferson University

08/14/2019

The Art of Aging: A Prescription for Mind and Body
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

08/14/2019

How to Think Like a Genius: What Makes Them Different?
Craig Wright – Yale University

04/01/2020

Resilience When it's Hard to be Optimistic
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

03/26/2020

The Science of Sleep and Stress
Jessica Payne – University of Notre Dame

04/12/2020

Lying Then and Now: The New Rules of Deception and Trust
Jeffrey Hancock – Stanford University

04/17/2020

Merely Bystanders: The Psychology of Courage and Inaction
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

04/27/2020

The Art of Aging: What Everyone Should Know About Getting Older
Brian Carpenter – Washington University in St. Louis

04/29/2020

Enhancing Creativity: How to Maximize Imagination, Productivity, and Innovation
Shelley Carson – Harvard University

05/09/2020

The Modern Whiskey Boom
William Schragis – Culinary Institute of America

05/18/2020

Insomnia: Why Some People Can't Sleep (...especially now)
Donn Posner

05/21/2020

An Hour of Cheese: Discovering New Ones You'll Truly Love
Liz Thorpe

05/28/2020

The Chemistry of Coffee: The Science Behind Brewing Really Tasty Coffee
Christopher Hendon

06/29/2020

What's So Great About Champagne?
Regine Rousseau

06/18/2020

The Perfect Treat: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Chocolate
Megan Giller

07/17/2020

The Psychology of Money
Jeffrey Hancock – Stanford University

08/11/2020

The Power of Mindset: How it Can Affect your Health, Aging, and Happiness
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

09/02/2020

Should the SAT Be Abolished? The Good And The Bad About Standardized Testing
Christopher Chabris – Union College / Geisinger

08/03/2020

A Grand Tour of Italy: Art, Film, Literature Wine and More
Joseph Luzzi – Bard College

08/18/2020

Why Some People Are Resilient, and Others Are Not
Andrew Shatté – University of Arizona

08/14/2020

Tea Time: Exploring the World's Most Popular Drink
Kim Bach

08/10/2020

The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent and IQ
Craig Wright – Yale University

09/03/2020

A Culinary History of the United States
Allen Pietrobon

08/27/2020

Brain Aging (and what you can do about it)
Thad Polk – University of Michigan

08/24/2020

How You Say It: How Speech Structures our Lives and World
Katherine Kinzler

08/17/2020

The Science of Success (and Failure)
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

08/21/2020

The Paradox of Choice
Barry Schwartz – UC Berkeley

09/18/2020

The Philosophy of Humor: A Serious Look at Funny
Steven Gimbel

08/25/2020

Understanding Intelligence: What It is, Where it Comes from, and How it Changes
Catherine Sanderson – Amherst College

01/07/2021

One Last Chapter: Changing Conceptions of the End of Life
Brian Carpenter – Washington University in St. Louis

01/29/2021

Crossword Puzzles: Their History, and the Puzzling People Who Can't Live Without Them
Adrienne Raphel / Princeton University

04/28/2021

Why We Work (It's Not Just For The Paycheck)
Barry Schwartz – UC Berkeley

05/03/2021

Making Better Decisions
Robert Frisch – Yale School of Management

05/19/2021

Impulse Control: Making Your Brain Work for You
Heather Berlin – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

05/28/2021