All in the Mind

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All in the Mind

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Toxic positivity

In the last two years, online searches for ‘toxic positivity’ have spiked. In this discussion...

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Tetris as therapy; internet addiction and teens; the psychology of secrets

You probably know the video game Tetris, perhaps you’ve even played it, but have you ever thought...

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Languishing and the search for meaning in the modern world

If you’re feeling demotivated and aimless, but you’re not depressed, you might be languishing....

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Grief, summer seasonal affective disorder, and anxiety in older people

In this episode, Claudia Hammond goes to the Chelsea Flower Show to speak to garden designer...

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Why is exercise good for your mental health?

As part of the BBC’s mental well-being season, All in the Mind takes a deep dive into the...

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Dishonesty researcher accused of fraud; hypocrisy; suicide prevention; awe

First today, a story of alleged academic fraud. The allegations against Professor Francesca Gino...

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The psychology of hope

In this episode of All in the Mind, we’re at the 2024 Northern Ireland Science Festival where...

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Seasonality, learning to hope, and the gender citation gap

Are you looking forward to the lighter evenings of summer? Perhaps you're already feeling...

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How nightmares link to real-life fears, and new research tackling post-cardiac arrest PTSD

If you've been cured of a phobia, say of spiders, and finally made your peace with the...

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The science behind screentime, the effect of live music, and can you imagine sounds in your head?

These days we see a lot of negative stories related to screen time – how we’re addicted to our...

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What's going on with girls' mental health?

When it comes to mental health, what's going on with young people - particularly, teenage girls?...

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Eating to improve memory, and a new play about mental health services

Does what we eat have an impact on our mood and memory? And should we be thinking about brain...

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What Mastermind can tell us about blinking, how music shapes memory and why anger can be a useful emotion

How stressed out do you get by TV quiz shows? And would that change if you were a contestant...

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The impact of bad news, compassion fatigue, and the psychology of whistleblowing

Increasing numbers of people are avoiding the news, and a recent update to Ipsos’s Global Trends...

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Rowing the Atlantic in the name of science, psychologists tackling poverty, and the scent of fear makes us more...

Have you ever considered rowing across the Atlantic? How about making it even more challenging by...

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ADHD medication shortage, life after being a carer and the benefits of keeping positive secrets

This Autumn, the UK has seen a shortage of life-altering medication for people living with ADHD....

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Belief in conspiracy theories, exercising before work, and living with OCD

It’s not hard to find headlines about conspiracy theories these days, and on social media, they...

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New psychosis drug, why its hard to recall 2021, and counselling in later life

A new medication for psychosis is on the horizon. It's called KarXT and it could mean fewer side...

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Grieving when estranged, musical hallucinations and the benefits of snoozing your alarm

Losing a parent is extremely difficult, but for adult children who are estranged, this loss can...

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Increasing humility, suppressing negative thoughts and talking about mental health at work

Humility is a quality often associated with self-deprecation. But by championing our achievements...

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