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ALL IN THE MIND
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Tuesday 21:00-21:30
Rpt: Wed 16:30-17:00
Dr Raj Persaud explores the limits and potential of the mind, revealing the latest research and bringing together experts and commentators from the worlds of psychiatry, psychology and mental health.
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Raj Persaud
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Tuesday 10 February 2004
Brain Scan

Psychopaths in the workplace
Professor Robert Hare has researched psychopaths for more than 25 years. His latest work looks at psychopathic behaviour in the workplace and suggests that a psychopath's superficial charm and ability to manipulate other people, enables them to be successful in many walks of life. For more information on his work visit Robert Hare's website.
Robert Hare, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.

Child mental health
Statistics suggest that the number of childrensuffering from psychiatric disorder (one in five),is increasing. Despite this, the government announced last yearthat they were withdrawing some SSRI anti-depressants following a review by the Committee on the Safety of Medicines. Trudy Klauber and Professor Sue Bailey discuss the effect of this on mental health provisions for the under 18s, and on other treatments and therapies available.
Trudy Klauber, Head of Child Psychotherapy in the Child and Family Department,Tavistock Clinic,London
Professor Sue Bailey, Forensic Child Psychiatrist and Chair of the Child and Adolescent Faculty, Prestwich Hospital Manchester

Emotional Intelligence
It's now thought that your EQ, or emotional intelligence, is more important for your IQ for success in life and happiness. Raj Persaud has his EQ tested by Dr David Caruso, one of the inventors of an EQ test. They discuss the findings with Adrian Furnham, Professor of Psychology at University College London. Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence test
To do some EQ tests try the following sites: EQ.org, Utne, Test Cafe, PsychTests
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