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  1. Carrots, sticks ... and other ways to motivate2018/12/30
    (Getty Images: Henrik Sorensen)
  2. On being a dog2018/12/23
    Daisy (courtesy of Nio)
  3. The art of neurodiversity2018/12/16
    Tom Middleditch, Artistic director, A_tistic Theatre Company (Jason Lau)
  4. Neuroscience, consciousness, and leadership2018/12/09
    The human brain makes numerous connections (Pixabay)
  5. A mother's story of madness, murder, and love2018/12/02
    Mary with Anna
  6. Podcast extra: Layne Beachley talks surf therapy2018/11/26
    Surfing pioneer and seven-time world champion Layne Beachley. (ABC News: Andy Park)
  7. The stoke of surf therapy2018/11/25
    Waves of Wellness programs are facilitated by mental health clinicians who are also trained in learn-to-surf instructing. (Flashpoint Labs)
  8. The extremes of love2018/11/18
    The latest neuroscience shows many interesting connections between love and the brain. (Unsplash: Akshar Dave)
  9. Transitioning to motherhood: Perinatal mental health2018/11/11
    Research shows that a woman's mental health during pregnancy can have an impact on her child. (Pexels)
  10. The Australian Mental Health Prize winners2018/11/04
    Australian Mental Health Prize winners Professor Gavin Andrews and Janne McMahon. (Supplied: UNSW)
  11. The mind's eye2018/10/28
    Not being able to picture something in your 'mind's eye' is a phenomenon known as aphantasia. (Getty Images: Guido Mieth)
  12. First impressions: the face bias2018/10/21
    It takes less than one second to form a first impression (Getty Images: Dimitri Otis)
  13. Ways to stay alive2018/10/14
    Peer support involves people with a lived experience of mental health issues supporting others with their mental health. (Getty Images: Hero Images)
  14. Preventing suicide2018/10/07
    New statistics show 3,128 Australians took their own life in 2017. (Unsplash: Sasha Freemind)
  15. The enigma of time2018/09/30
    Our perception of time is subjective (Getty Images: Benjamin Sheam)
  16. Ethics and the brave new brain2018/09/23
    (Getty Images: Colin Anderson, Blend Images)
  17. Psychedelic plants, culture, and rituals Podcast Extra2018/09/17
    Kathleen Harrison is an ethnobotanist studying the relationship between plants, people, and culture. She's worked throughout Latin America since the 1960s and informed by long relationships with indigenous healers, naturalists, and her own decades of psychedelic curiosity. She co-founded the organisation Botanical Dimensions with Terence McKenna in 1985.
  18. Tripping for depression2018/09/16
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  19. Psychedelic research in Australia podcast extra2018/09/11
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  20. MDMA—its potential therapeutic use podcast extra2018/09/10
    (Unsplash: Sharon Mccutcheon)
  21. Turn on, tune in2018/09/09
    (Getty Images: Iter9 LLC/ALFRED PASIEKA)
  22. Mothering and mental illness2018/09/02
    (Getty Images: PhotoAlto/Anne-Sophie Bost)
  23. The art of empathy2018/08/26
    (Getty Images: Image Source)
  24. Memory loss and identity2018/08/19
    (Getty Images: Mrs Moment)
  25. Carrots, sticks ... and other ways to motivate2018/08/12
    (Getty Images: Henrik Sorensen)
  26. The mental health of refugees2018/08/05
    (Getty Images: Jacqueline Foss)
  27. Depression and your sense of self2018/07/29
    (Getty Images: WIN-Initiative)
  28. Leadership in mind2018/07/22
    (Getty Images: Filodendron)
  29. On being a dog2018/07/15
    Daisy (courtesy of Nio)
  30. Tics, twitches, and Tourette's2018/07/08
    Performer Adam Ladell (courtesy of Adam Ladell)
  31. Optimism and hope—with Martin Seligman2018/07/01
    (Getty Images: Alan Powdrill)
  32. Positive psychology—with Martin Seligman2018/06/24
    (Getty Images: Jasmina007/E+)
  33. Synesthesia and art2018/06/17
    Zebra, by Nina Nova (courtesy of Nina Norden)
  34. Synesthesia: seeing sounds, hearing colours2018/06/10
    For some people the number six is red and music evokes a range of colours and shapes. Seeing sounds and hearing colours is one type of synesthesia—where the senses are crossed. Meet an 11-year-old girl who was surprised to find out that not everyone sees colourful auras around people, and who feels that numbers have colours and personalities.
  35. Strange brains and rare perceptions2018/06/03
    Unusual brain disorders can give surprising insight into how we perceive the world (ddean (Pixabay graphic/Brusheezy brushes))
  36. Epilepsy and seizure prediction2018/05/27
    An EEG (Getty Images: PHANIE/Canopy)
  37. Creativity and your brain2018/05/20
    (Getty Images: Johnwoodcock/Digital Vision Vectors)
  38. Memories and fears panel discussion from Big Ideas2018/05/14
    (Flickr: Jesus Gorriti CC BY-SA 2.0)
  39. Ready for revolution—the psychology of protest2018/05/13
    A student attacking the police in Paris during the May 1968 student uprising. (Getty Images: Keystone-France/Contributor)
  40. Women's brain business2018/05/06
    (Getty Images: iMrSquid)
  41. Compassion therapy for voice-hearing2018/04/29
    (Getty Images: Donald Iain Smith)
  42. The believing brain2018/04/22
    (Getty Images: Gary Waters)
  43. The kids of today2018/04/15
    (Pixabay: pokemon)
  44. Letting go of dad2018/04/11
    Info (Show/Hide)
  45. Placebo power2018/04/08
    (Unsplash: Jonathan Perez)
  46. Adventures with smart pills and brain hacks2018/04/01
    (Getty Images: Yuichiro Chino)
  47. The art of neurodiversity2018/03/25
    Tom Middleditch, Artistic director, A_tistic Theatre Company (Jason Lau)
  48. Podcast extra—MDMA and its potential therapeutic use2018/03/22
    (Unsplash: Sharon Mccutcheon)
  49. Trauma, memory, and mental health2018/03/18
    (Unsplash: Bekah Russom)
  50. Super-recognisers2018/03/11
    (Getty Images: Donald Iain Smith)
  51. Frontiers of the changeable brain2018/03/04
    If something goes wrong with the brain we often assume that things can’t change much—especially with extreme conditions. But neuroplasticity, and the almost limitless capacity of the brain to remould itself, is beginning to turn that assumption on its head.
  52. BPD and healing relationships2018/02/25
    Borderline Personality Disorder is a mental illness which causes deep pain and tumultuous relationships. But there is good therapy.
  53. Borderline Personality Disorder: stigma to strength2018/02/18
    Mahlie Jewell (Mahlie Jewell)
  54. A highly superior memory2018/02/11
    (Getty Images: Jan Hakan Dahlstrom/The Image Bank)
  55. The scientist, the monk, and Ruby Wax2018/02/04
    Ruby Wax (Steve Ullathorne)
  56. Craving2018/01/28
    (Getty Images: Chris Ryan)
  57. What's in a face? Prosopagnosia2018/01/21
    Some people are unable to recognise the faces of people they meet everyday (Getty Images: harpazo_hope)
  58. Dissociation and coping with trauma2018/01/14
    (Getty Images: Betsie van der Meer)
  59. A superhuman escape2018/01/07
    A cardigan similar to the one Maude Julien wore—with bells to indicate her movement. (with thanks to Text Publishing (rights holder))
  60. Definitely tone deaf?2017/12/31
    (Getty Images: bowie15)
  61. The medical muso2017/12/24
    Medical musician Andrew Schulman (With thanks to Andrew Schulman)
  62. Brain stimulation for depression2017/12/17
    (Getty Images: Roy Scott)
  63. Prize winners in mental health advocacy2017/12/10
    Allan Fells and Janet Meagher
  64. Why we deny the science2017/12/03
    (Getty Images: Marcus Butt)
  65. All In The Mind presents ... Sum of All Parts2017/11/27
    Fans of All In The Mind might enjoy this new podcast from the ABC! Sum of All Parts tells extraordinary stories from the world of numbers. Like this story, about a young man with an unusual type of epilepsy, where he hears what are called ‘musical auras’ whenever he has a seizure.
  66. Judgement day and the science of belief2017/11/26
    (Getty Images: Spencer Platt)
  67. Brain diversity and modernisation2017/11/19
    A participant in the study (with thanks to Sapien Labs)
  68. Does mental 'illness' exist?2017/11/12
    (Getty Images: Roy Scott/Ikon Images)
  69. Lived experience in mental health care2017/11/05
    It’s not always helpful for someone to be labelled as having an illness when they are emotionally distressed. Sometimes simple support can make more of a difference to a person’s outlook. A possible shift in the provision of mental services might be to increase the provision of social justice.
  70. The sound spiral: misophonia2017/10/29
    Some sounds go beyond annoying—they're intolerable (Jamie Grill/Getty Images)
  71. Life as a brain surgeon2017/10/22
    Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh (Alex Mackworth-Praed)
  72. Emotional CPR2017/10/15
    (Getty Images: Kay Bartolozzi/EyeEm)
  73. Therapy outside the box2017/10/08
    (Getty Images: Roy Scott)
  74. The gambling zone2017/10/01
    Gambling machines can sometimes give an odd impression of winning (Getty Images: Glowimages)
  75. The psychology of hoarding2017/09/24
    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?
  76. The divided brain2017/09/17
    The two hemispheres of the brain work together to give different experiences of the world (Getty Images: Bestdesigns)
  77. All in the Mind presents Science Friction2017/09/11
    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.
  78. Contemplating consciousness2017/09/10
    People have been contemplating the nature of consciousness for millennia (Getty Images: Agsandrew)
  79. Racial bias and the brain2017/09/03
    Racial bias can affect your mental and physical health (Getty Images: RapidEye)
  80. The enigma of time2017/08/27
    Our perception of time is subjective (Getty Images: Benjamin Sheam)
  81. Young people surviving cancer2017/08/20
    Jasmine was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma while travelling overseas at age 22 (Photo: Charmaine Lyons / Supplied, Scar Stories)
  82. Off the hook2017/08/13
    Your relationship with your mobile device can affect your other relationships (Getty Images: Mimi Haddon)
  83. A meaningful life2017/08/06
    Having meaning in your life determines your happiness (Getty Images: Thomas Barwick)
  84. Considering pain2017/07/30
    Pain is so subjective but we can learn how to handle it better (Getty Images: Christopher Robbins)
  85. First impressions—the face bias2017/07/23
    It takes less than one second to form a first impression (Getty Images: Dimitri Otis)
  86. A superhuman escape2017/07/16
    A cardigan similar to the one Maude Julien wore—with bells to indicate her movement. (with thanks to Text Publishing (rights holder))
  87. The creation of emotions2017/07/09
    Facial expression is part of communicating emotion—and new research shows that your brain creates emotional states throughout life (Getty Images: Gen Nishino)
  88. Contemplating happiness with Matthieu Ricard2017/07/02
    French Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard teaches the techniques to become more compassionate—and altruistic (Getty Images: Kenzo Tribouillard/Stringer)
  89. The genetics of depression2017/06/25
    Genetic research and neuroscience are aiming to identify the genes associated with depression, in order to personalise treatment (Getty Images: William Whitehurst)
  90. Connecting with baby2017/06/18
    Child development studies suggest that babies have command of their movements even before birth (Getty Images: David Aaron Troy)
  91. The science of hedonism2017/06/11
    Humans really like pleasure—including those which may eventually harm us. So why do we do it? (Getty Images: Matthew Micah Wright)
  92. The psychology of paedophilia2017/06/04
    (Getty images by ivanastan)
  93. End of life care2017/05/28
    Creating comfort and meaning in end of life care (Getty Images: Portra Images)
  94. When a healthy diet becomes an unhealthy obsession2017/05/21
    (Getty Images: pxel66)
  95. The food-mood connection2017/05/14
    We check the latest research on foods which can positively affect our mental health (Getty Images: Brett Stevens)
  96. Learning to learn2017/05/07
    The learning experience can be perplexing—but there are ways to learn better (Getty Images: khoa vu)
  97. In the therapy room2017/04/30
    (Getty Images: Joe Houghton)
  98. The secret history of self-harm2017/04/23
    Woodcut of flagellants during a plague epidemic in Europe (Getty Images: Photos.com)
  99. The medical muso2017/04/16
    Medical musician Andrew Schulman (With thanks to Andrew Schulman)
  100. The brain makers2017/04/09
    International research combines neuroscience with computing power (Getty Images: bestdesigns)
All In The Mind - ABC RN
All In The Mind is Radio National's weekly foray into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour — everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.

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