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27-10-2016, 11:36   #16
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Currently half-way through Rethinking Psychology by Professor Brian Hughes. So far it's been an excellent read: thorough arguments delivered with not a little humour at times. I'd highly recommend grabbing a copy, and/or catching one of his talks if you get the chance.
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All in the mind: How are memories formed?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b081lkn8
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PsychCrunch podcast.

Can we trust psychological studies?
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Hey, hey, you there. You know the term burn out?

Herbert Freudenberger, bloke done psychology, coined it. Interview with his daughter.

And another piece here. http://www.npr.org/sections/money/20...de-740-burnout
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Pavlov?

https://twitter.com/b_ru_ru/status/847368727016259584

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11-12-2017, 20:58   #21
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Listened to this in the car this morning. Ordinarily, wouldn't have thought neuroscience took up much court time beyond memory and say cognitive issues. But at the more criminal end, work is ongoing.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05q7rlg
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29-07-2018, 21:36   #23
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BBC File on 4 "Counting the Cost: Antidepressant Use in Children". https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0bbq1gr

Very interesting, but also sad due some of the stories. So, the idea that GPs give them out easily isn't quite the full picture. Problems accessing CAMHS means sometimes falling back on the prescription pad.

Report called 'Silent Catastrophe' is mentioned and one would imagine its points might apply to Ireland too.

https://childpsychotherapy.org.uk/ac...nt-catastrophe
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Interview on grief with Katie Couric and Sheryl Sandberg, and psychologist Adam Grant. I listened to the podcast version today, found it very informative - re people backing off, avoiding and also dealing with children. Well worth listening to.


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Interview on grief with Katie Couric and Sheryl Sandberg, and psychologist Adam Grant. I listened to the podcast version today, found it very informative - re people backing off, avoiding and also dealing with children. Well worth listening to.
Thanks for sharing, enjoyed that, very open and honest.

At the moment I'm listening to Dr. Chatterjee and found this podcast very interesting and cutting edge.

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BBC Radio 4 starting a series next week, by Prof. Daniel Freeman. A History of Delusions. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0001d95

Looking forward to it.
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Watching this series at the moment, I know it's not strictly related to psychology in the traditional sense, but it's all interconnected imo.

https://www.interconnectedseries.com/episode1wrb
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26-12-2018, 20:25   #28
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This American Life episode called 81 Words, a replay from 2002. Quite personal for the lead storyteller. Basically, it's walks you through the history of the relationship between homosexuality, the APA and DSM. I felt I got something from it anyway.

https://www.thisamericanlife.org/204/81-words
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Good to see this being highlighted. Might mail it across to some disability orgs here.

https://twitter.com/harvardmed/statu...17589586051076
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The Brain Science Podcast - featuring an interview with Dr. Brenda Milner. She's in her 90s! Remember HM from your undergrad days?
And she turned 100 last July! https://academic.oup.com/brain/artic...8/2527/5050904
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