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.
Not broken, just wired differently: ADHD in adulthood
Imagine getting a diagnosis in adulthood that suddenly made so much of your life make sense.
It explains why you’ve always had trouble being on time, starting things you don’t finish, avoiding difficult projects.
Producer Jennifer Leake explores the impact of an ADHD diagnosis in adulthood.
The secret life of secrets
Michael Slepian researches the psychology of secrets.
But what he didn't know — until about a decade ago — was that his family had a major secret they were keeping from him.
One they planned never to reveal. Until …
Does guilt have a silver lining?
Guilt and shame are often used interchangeably, but researchers in emotion and psychology say they are distinct – and often motivate people into very different paths of behaviour.
For the feeling of guilt, at least, that might even push you into making unexpected positive changes.
How we make up our minds: Sydney Writers' Festival
In the uncertain times we live in, how exactly are we meant to make up our minds?
How do we weigh up pros, cons and risk factors, and how do stress and fear bear on our capacity for critical thinking?
And how often are we even aware of the decisions we’re making?
On All in the Mind this week, a special panel discussion recorded at the Sydney Writers’ Festival.
You've got the music in you
Music is central to the human experience. We celebrate with it, commiserate through it - often some of our strongest memories are tied to it.
On All in the Mind this week, how music affects us from the womb through the rest of our lives - and what new research tells us about its measurable impact on our mental health.
Plus, the 'plink' test - how our musical memories can identify a track from just a sliver of song, and the power of music to shape our emotions.
'Refrigerator mothers' and the history of autism
On All in the Mind this week, the early history of autism.
With historian of science Professor Marga Vicedo we learn about the blame that was cast on mothers, the fight to get adequate help and support for families, and the movement that one mother, Clara Park, helped spark.
T T T today junior!!!
I’d give you 5 but I can’t stand the way this lady says her “T’s”!!!!
The stupid background music that is supposed to reflect the tone is crude and the host’s affect is unbearable
I love this podcast!
The host is very good at what she does. As a psychologist I find this podcast always relevant. Thank you ABC.