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The senior executive and her female stalker; babies as jokers; sports participation.
Claudia talks to Jacopo Annese from the San Diego brain observatory about brain donation.
Could there ever be a vaccine against depression? Claudia Hammond investigates.
3D body scanners and eating disorders, rise of the 'neuro-novel', and teenagers' brains.
Money and motivation, street therapy and reforming the law on insanity.
Claudia visits HMP Grendon, the only prison in Europe that runs as a therapeutic community
Could future health reforms affect mental health services? The psychology of online dating
The results from a scientific study of UK stress levels: how stressed are we as a nation?
Taxi drivers' brains; disclosing mental health problems at work; neuroscience and the law.
Biopolar disorder and misdiagnosis; complaining; employment support with mental illness.
Mentoring scheme for people with anxiety, fraud in psychology and earworms.
English riots; "anchoring" and credit card minimum payments; bullying and BPD.
One of the world's most influential psychologists, Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman.
Can we be 'nudged' into good behaviour? We report on the UK's Behavioural Insights Team.
The power of sleep to improve memory and why hysteria isn't a thing of the past.
Their treatment shocked the world - how have the adopted Romanian babies recovered?
Health risks of antipsychotic drugs, breaking habits, PTSD after recovering bodies in Iraq
Understanding arsonists; Parents teach parenting skills to each other and Autism.
The link between gambling and superstitious thinking, and gardening for mental health.
A special programme about mental health care in Hong Kong. Claudia Hammond reports.
The launch of an online experiment to test the nation's mental health.
Siblings with mental health problems, expert prediction, and are stages of grief a myth?
Claudia Hammond talks to Professor Paul Gilbert about compassion.
Controlling and violent behaviour in teenage relationships; super autobiographical memory.
Can mess make us racist; how to bounce back from defeat; and a comic strip success story.
A look at earthquake trauma treatment, the power of placebo, and reading emotions.
Rejected, dejected. Claudia Hammond discusses ostracism with Prof Kip Williams.
Claudia Hammond on personal space and claustrophobia. What can brain scans tell us?
Claudia Hammond talks to a neuroscientist who has the brain and genes of a psychopath.
Claudia Hammond joins mothers and babies at a portable language lab in London's East End.