Martin looks at our understanding of what makes us think, feel and act the way we do.
Martin looks at the public perception of psychology with the help of comedian Ruby Wax.
Martin examines how thinking, emotions and mental events can affect our physical state.
Martin Sixsmith looks at how psychology is used in shaping our behaviour.
Martin investigates the criminal mind and how neuroscience is used in court.
Examining the work of psychologists who believe consciousness is 'just an illusion'.
Martin Sixsmith explores the way our brains perceive and process information.
Martin Sixsmith examines the impact of neuroscience on the way we think, feel and act.
How our DNA and the development of our brains inform who we are.
Martin Sixsmith looks at the stages of human development from childhood to old age.
Martin Sixsmith looks at psychologists' attempts to explain the psychology of evil.
Martin Sixsmith looks at the ways in which war has influenced psychology.
Martin Sixsmith examines the evolution of psychology on both sides of the Atlantic.
Martin Sixsmith on how medical research helped identify different areas of the brain.
Martin Sixsmith examines the origins of experimental psychology.
Martin Sixsmith outlines the reforms that closed Britain's Victorian asylums.
Exploring the popularity of lobotomies during the middle of the 20th century.
Psychoses, neuroses and their manifestation in popular culture.
How doctors took over the treatment of the mentally ill.
Martin Sixsmith traces the origins of the asylum movement.
Martin Sixsmith presents a history of psychology and the mind
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Martin Sixsmith considers therapies that combined psychoanalysis and behaviourism.
Martin Sixsmith explores the development of an alternative to the Freudian way of thinking
Martin Sixsmith examines Sigmund Freud's legacy.
Martin Sixsmith visits Sigmund Freud's apartments and Europe's oldest mental asylum.
Martin Sixsmith examines the government's plan for a national 'happiness index'.