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All in the Mind

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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    Indigenous hope and recovery

    In this NAIDOC Week 2015, we pay a visit to ...

    In this NAIDOC Week 2015, we pay a visit to The Glen—a male-specific drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre on the Central Coast of N.S.W. run by the Ngaimpe Aboriginal Corporation.

    Jul 5, 2015 Read more
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    Obsessions and compulsions

    Most people have strange, intrusive thoughts. They can be embarrassing ...

    Most people have strange, intrusive thoughts. They can be embarrassing or completely irrational, so we don’t often talk about them. But for some these thoughts are impossible to stop, and can lead to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

    Jun 28, 2015 Read more
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    Girls and autism

    Most people tend to think of autism as a male ...

    Most people tend to think of autism as a male disorder, the character in the film Rain Man often comes to mind. But emerging research shows that girls often have different symptoms which cause them to slip through the net.

    Jun 21, 2015 Read more
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    Positivity

    There is a fundamental asymmetry between human beings' negative and ...

    There is a fundamental asymmetry between human beings' negative and positive emotions. For good evolutionary biological reasons our negative emotions are stronger, yet we experience positivity more often.

    Jun 14, 2015 Read more
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    The mental disorder defence

    Mental disorder as a defence in the court of law

    Jun 7, 2015
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    Depression and #ReasonsToStayAlive

    At 24, acclaimed novelist Matt Haig’s world suddenly fell apart—he ...

    At 24, acclaimed novelist Matt Haig’s world suddenly fell apart—he could no longer see a reason to live. Haig’s memoir is an honest and inspiring account of how he emerged from severe depression and anxiety, and learned to live again.

    May 31, 2015 Read more
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    The talking cure

    We talk with a practitioner of what's called Existential Therapy—one ...

    We talk with a practitioner of what's called Existential Therapy—one of the tenets of which is that all human beings have an innate fear of death, and that coming to terms with this fear through therapy can lead to a more authentic life. We discuss the va

    May 24, 2015 Read more
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    The elephant in the room—men's mental health

    More than 1.3 million men in Australia experience mental health ...

    More than 1.3 million men in Australia experience mental health problems but too few of them seek help because of the stigma that exists. We hear how early intervention is used in treatment; a young man's social enterprise to help others, and the relation

    May 17, 2015 Read more
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    On being mindful

    Being Mindful in May—mindfulness as a treatment for depression, and ...

    Being Mindful in May—mindfulness as a treatment for depression, and why Google is encouraging it in the workplace.

    May 10, 2015 Read more
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    Locked in

    At the age of 12 Martin Pistorius developed a mysterious ...

    At the age of 12 Martin Pistorius developed a mysterious neurological illness. He fell into a coma and was unable to move or communicate. It was assumed he had no awareness but a couple of years later he began to wake up—yet no-one knew. He was trapped in

    May 3, 2015 Read more
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