All In The Mind

All In The Mind is ABC RN's weekly podcast looking into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour — everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/allinthemind/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 28m. Bisher sind 392 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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How to stay mentally healthy


What small changes can we make in our daily lives to improve our mental health?


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Trusting Strangers - Who Do We Trust and Why?


When two strangers meet, how do they figure out whether to trust one another?


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Facing The Dark to See The Light


Tara Lal was engulfed by grief after the loss of her mother and brother, but found in her brother's diaries her reason to keep going.


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Introducing... Patient Zero


Even big diseases start small... PATIENT ZERO is a new podcast that tells the stories of disease outbreaks: where they begin, why they happen and how we found ourselves in the middle of a really big one. Over four episodes the team follow the aftermath of a natural disaster, reset the timeline of one of Australia's most devastating epidemics, get to the bottom of a shocking medical mystery, and do their best to keep pace with the new normal...


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Sharing dreams and social visions


If you’re having particularly vivid dreams during this CoVID pandemic then you’re not alone. But your dreams may collectively say something about broader society. Across the globe from Italy to Australia, social dreamers have been meeting in Zoom matrices, to share dreams and gain insights. It’s like a megaphone from the unconscious.


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The bizarre dreaming of COVID-19


Many of us have had more vivid dreams and nightmares during this global pandemic. A multinational study is set to find out how COVID-19 is affecting our dreams, and whether changes to our inner consciousness could affect our mental health. Along the way researchers will investigate the mysteries of why we dream, why they are often so bizarre, and whether there’s really a difference between dreams during sleep and mind wandering. 


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 2020-08-30  35m
 
 

Reflections on shame


Shame is a painful feeling of humiliation caused by bad or foolish behaviour and can affect our mental health. This is seen particularly in the rise of anxiety and of self-harm. But public shame - especially in our digital age - can be a strong tool to regulate our social behaviour. 


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 2020-08-23  28m
 
 

Podcast extra: Sam Bloom


An extra to our recent episode about spinal cord injury research where we heard from surfer Sam Bloom. Sam's beautiful and lively personality made us want to share the whole interview.


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 2020-08-16  15m
 
 

Spinal cord injury: research and resilience


Around 350 Australians are affected by spinal cord injury each year. Sam leant against a balcony railing and fell six meters; James had a rare injury while learning to surf. Both were left paraplegic. But cutting-edge research may bring back sensation, and even assist people like them walk again.  A baby magpie and a commitment to investigation help to bring hope.


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 2020-08-16  29m
 
 

Podcast extra: Culture Dose views Flowers and Fruit


As mentioned in yesterday's program, here’s a taste of one of the Culture Dose sessions called 'Joy in everyday life'. Head to our program webapge for a brief meditative exercise with Katherine Boydell from the Black Dog Institute, then Access Programs Producer at the Art Gallery of NSW, Danielle Gullotta, guides the viewer through the painting.


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 2020-08-09  23m