All In The Mind (ABC)
Emotional CPR (10/2017)
Psychiatrist Daniel Fisher would like to shift the paradigm of mental health services and empower people to play a strong role in their own recovery—so he’s teaching emotional CPR.
Therapy outside the box (10/2017)
New research on anxiety and depression is looking at the underlying emotional processes which trigger mental distress, and this is leading to a transdiagnosic approach to treatment.
The gambling zone (10/2017)
People who spend a lot of time at the pokies could be familiar with ‘the zone’—a state of mind enhanced by the gambling environment to keep them at the machines.
The psychology of hoarding (9/2017)
We all have different approaches to how much stuff we accumulate. But what happens when your attachment to things becomes so strong that a decision to let go of anything is impossible?
The divided brain (9/2017)
Your brain is divided into distinct hemispheres which work together to give you different experiences of the world. But has the balance between the two halves of your brain got out of whack—and what’s the impact?
All in the Mind presents Science Friction (9/2017)
If you enjoy All in the Mind you may be interested in this Science Friction episode on the psychological impact of working on the U.S. drone program.
Contemplating consciousness (9/2017)
We contemplate the nature of consciousness with a philosopher, a neuroscientist, and a Buddhist scholar.
Racial bias and the brain (9/2017)
Racism can be blatant and violent but often it's subtle and insidious. We explore the psychology and neuroscience of racial bias.
The enigma of time (8/2017)
When we’re bored time drags, and wouldn’t you swear that time seems to speed up as you get older? Drawing on the latest insights from psychology and neuroscience we explore the mystery of time perception, it’s connection to our sense of self and how we could be the architect of our own perception of time.
Young people surviving cancer (8/2017)
When you are young the last thing you expect is to be diagnosed with cancer and have to face your own mortality. Psychologists are working on ways to support young adults through their diagnosis, treatment and life post treatment.