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The Boomerang generation, parents may moan but are there any health benefits?
ADHD and mindwandering, treating insomnia helps depression and the Think Ahead scheme.
Claudia Hammond examines pathological demand avoidance.
Adolescent brain, awards update, phonagnosia.
Claudia Hammond and guests examine our ability to mentally time travel.
Claudia Hammond meets the winners of the 2016 Brain Prize.
Taking pride, correct vocabulary in describing mental health, green exercise.
Being shot by a taser hurts, but evidence says it could also affect thinking and memory.
Claudia Hammond hosts the All in the Mind Awards ceremony.
Care farming, the All in the Mind Awards and turn-taking in conversation.
2.5% of people are supertaskers, plus replacing exams with AI and our latest award winner.
Claudia Hammond examines a study linking aircraft noise and mental health.
The Depressed Cake Shop, plus gut bacteria and the mind, and the perils of perception.
The reality of exam stress, and the community initiative to prevent suicide.
Claudia Hammond examines the high suicide rate within the veterinary profession.
Psychiatrist shortage, GP helps with mental health, and why boredom might be a good thing.
All in the Mind awards, Elegy, why theatre and film directors are turning to psychologists
Claudia Hammond meets one of the All in the Mind Awards finalists.
Space psychology, superforecasters, MPs guide to mental health and Recovery College.
Including a look at the dismantling of Europe's largest brain bank.
Claudia Hammond finds out why bilingualism protects against damage caused by a stroke.
The scientific evidence behind Mindfulness, and can the internet can drive sex addiction?
How astronauts' view of Earth from space changes their perspective on life.
The 2016 All in the Mind awards launch, plus can the human brain be recreated?
The Rest Test. What exactly is rest, and can listeners help scientists find out?
Claudia Hammond is joined by a panel of experts to discuss teenage mental health.
Conspiracy theories - why do some believe but not others? Claudia Hammond presents.
Claudia Hammond on the effects of alcohol on the brain and the role of movement in ADHD.
Claudia Hammond on body dysmorphia, social media PTSD and preventing procrastination.
Claudia Hammond on new research that could prevent ear worms, plus how to be invisible.