Shorts

Each year about 500,000 youth are brought to U.S. detention centers. 70% of them are held for nonviolent offenses. They are disproportionately youth of color. More than 40% have learning disability. Of

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If you left your body on the operating table and faced death without any ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ or visits from the deceased, how would you feel?

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Auditory illusions are sounds that trick us. We all mishear things at times, but well-crafted illusions are persistently deceptive. On this podcast, we string together some great illusions. As you

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Soldiers are rarely as open to sharing their private thoughts and feelings as in therapy. So in this show, we try to understand why soldiers choose to go to war

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The media ruckus over bullying has mobilized schools and governments, with bullying laws recently passed in 48 states. But schools are taking the wrong approach. That’s according to developmental psychologist Dr.

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In this chat, Jason Cockrell talks about his Asperger Syndrome self-diagnosis and guides us into his political mind. Find out what Asperger’s is, how genetics affect it and why we

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Brain Byte #2–bringing you research reports and big ideas in 5 minutes or less. Conspiracy theories People who believe conspiracy theories are more inclined to believe contradictory theories about the

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Brain Byte #3: bringing you research reports and big ideas in 5 minutes or less. Sad REM dreaming Dreams have been found to occur not only in REM (or Rapid

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What are therapists for? Where does happiness come from? Dr. Betty Phillips helps us with these questions and tells us how she became a psychologist in this short interview. Dr. Phillips

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Introducing the Brain Byte: bringing you something to think about in 5 minutes or less. For this first installment, we draw inspiration from the BPS Research Digest–check it out! Our

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“There are probably as many different kinds of therapy as there are therapists,” says Dr. John Weisz as he explains his work on mental healthcare. He tackles some big questions,

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What do Princess Diana’s death, 9/11, and your 13th birthday have in common? Your memories of those events are probably riddled with vivid errors. Hear about having a gun pointed

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A guest caller faces questions about Buddhism and wins the Challenge. This is the second and final portion of Buddhism with David Rademacher. Listen here.

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