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All In The Mind

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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.

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.

Location:

Melbourne, VIC

Description:

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.

Language:

English

Contact:

All In The Mind ABC Radio National GPO Box 9994 Melbourne 3001 02-8333 2821


Episodes

Delirium in the ICU

7/24/2021
It’s a condition which affects some patients who end up in intensive care … and can continue after they’re released from hospital. People often experience paranoia and fear, sometimes believing doctors are trying to kill them or that ghostly figures have visited during the night. Disrupted sleep, bright lights, the endless beeping of alarms — all are thought to play a role in bringing on the condition. On All in the Mind this week, delirium in the ICU – and how our hospital system might be...

Duration:00:29:07

Delirium in the ICU

7/24/2021
It’s a condition which affects some patients who end up in intensive care … and can continue after they’re released from hospital. People often experience paranoia and fear, sometimes believing doctors are trying to kill them or that ghostly figures have visited during the night. Disrupted sleep, bright lights, the endless beeping of alarms — all are thought to play a role in bringing on the condition. On All in the Mind this week, delirium in the ICU – and how our hospital system might be...

Duration:00:29:07

Why being a beginner is good for you

7/17/2021
Tom Vanderbilt didn’t know how to play chess. That fact had never bothered him – until his four-year-old daughter decided she wanted to have a go. Within a couple of months, they’d recruited a teacher and both Tom and his daughter combo were battling it out over 64 squares. Tom found the experience of being an adult beginner so challenging and interesting he thought he'd give it a proper go - with a range of different skills and hobbies. Over the next year he embarked on learning multiple...

Duration:00:29:05

On becoming a mother in a pandemic

7/10/2021
More than a year after the novel coronavirus pushed much of the world into lockdown, a generation of new mothers are still coming to terms with having been pregnant - and giving birth - in a pandemic. And if you consider the uncertainty of the past year, the stress, the isolation - there are lots of reasons to be concerned about the impact that might have had on new mums, as well as their babies. On All in the Mind this week, we delve into new research on the impact of the pandemic on new...

Duration:00:30:25

Antidepressants and young people

7/3/2021
From 2008 to 2018, the prescription of antidepressants in young people grew by 66 per cent. There’s data to suggest that last year, among the lockdowns and anxiety of the pandemic, that figure ticked even higher. In last week’s episode we looked at how the mental health of teenagers fared through the first year of the coronavirus pandemic. This week, another big issue among teenagers and young people - antidepressant medications. We hear from young people themselves about their mental health...

Duration:00:29:06

Are the teens alright?

6/26/2021
Your teenage years can be tumultuous, but did you know that half of all mental conditions in adulthood emerge by the age of 14? And on top of regular stressors like school and relationships, teens today have social media to contend with – and a little something called the global coronavirus pandemic. On All in the Mind this week, we speak to experts – and teens – about how young people fared last year.

Duration:00:29:04

When your eyeballs become audible

6/19/2021
There's a condition so bizarre and rare that most doctors haven't even heard of it. It causes people to hear their own blood moving, bones creaking, lungs breathing - even eyeballs moving. Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome can have a profound impact on a person's life and mental health... so can it be fixed? We go into a hospital operating room to learn about this little-known condition. Warning: this episode contains a description of a surgical operation. This episode first aired on 29...

Duration:00:27:54

Does self-help ... help? The problem with pop psychology

6/12/2021
Have you ever tried a self-help book? Did it… well, help? On All in the Mind this week, why self-help sometimes falls short ... and the problem with pop psychology more generally.

Duration:00:29:08

Does self-help ... help? The problem with pop psychology

6/12/2021
Have you ever tried a self-help book? Did it… well, help? On All in the Mind this week, why self-help sometimes falls short ... and the problem with pop psychology more generally.

Duration:00:29:08

The guru playbook

6/5/2021
On All in the Mind this week, the guru playbook and why we should get smart to their tactics.

Duration:00:29:06

The guru playbook

6/5/2021
On All in the Mind this week, the guru playbook and why we should get smart to their tactics.

Duration:00:29:06

The making of a magnificent memory

5/29/2021
Anastasia Woolmer explains the techniques memory athletes use to recall names, facts and figures, and how you can apply them to everyday life.

Duration:00:29:06

Super-voice-recognisers

5/22/2021
Are you good at recognising voices?

Duration:00:29:04

Super-voice-recognisers

5/22/2021
Are you good at recognising voices?

Duration:00:29:04

Super-voice-recognisers

5/22/2021
Are you good at recognising voices?

Duration:00:29:04

Screaming fans and overzealous stans — the psychology of fandom

5/15/2021
From the Beatles to the Backstreet Boys, Taylor Swift to BTS – music changes, but screaming fans never seem to fade.

Duration:00:29:05

Screaming fans and overzealous stans — the psychology of fandom

5/15/2021
From the Beatles to the Backstreet Boys, Taylor Swift to BTS – music changes, but screaming fans never seem to fade.

Duration:00:29:05

The damage done by emotionally immature parents (and how to heal)

5/8/2021
How would you describe your parents? Nobody's perfect, but some parents leave more of a mark than others.

Duration:00:29:06

Phobias, paranoia – and how VR can help

5/1/2021
Virtual reality technology is increasingly being used as a form of therapy – treating everything from the depressive symptoms of dementia to the paranoia people develop as part of psychosis.

Duration:00:29:06

Phobias, paranoia – and how VR can help

5/1/2021
Virtual reality technology is increasingly being used as a form of therapy – treating everything from the depressive symptoms of dementia to the paranoia people develop as part of psychosis.

Duration:00:29:06