Claudia Hammond and guests explore the place of kindness in today's world
All in the Mind Awards ceremony from the Wellcome Collection in London.
Claudia Hammond discusses the psychology of bravery at the Cheltenham Science Festival.
Taking breaks, the awards: Spectrum People, financial strain and pain
Autobiographical memory in lockdown; Awards; psychosis and nightmares; Dean Burnett
Claudia Hammond asks are moods contagious?
Entitlement and bad luck; Awards finalist; intermittent fasting and memory.
Voices & personality; Awards; dog jealousy; misophonia & pink drinks make you run faster
How can soap operas like the Archers help us psychologically?
How racist killings can trigger poor mental health for all black Americans.
First finalist in the All in the Mind Awards 2021; memory under lockdown.
Rapport; Brain health in later life; Changing optimism through lifespan.
Childhood racism and future mental health.
Wellcome Trust Mental health initiative, teenage sleep, choices children make.
Ambiguous Loss; All in the Mind Awards; Pandemic impact on memory; Corpus Callosum
Claudia Hammond launches the 2021 All in the Mind Awards
Do recovery stories work; personality change and Covid.
Spotting fake news; Humour Seriously; Green Prescriptions a joy or chore?
The short and long-term impact of the pandemic on the nation's mental health
Can touch ever be replicated digitally? And can we train our sense of touch to hear?
Left isolating in London B and Z came up with a plan to stay healthy with a 6 o’clock hug
Does the culture we grow up in dictate our behaviour and how we feel about touch?
BBC Touch Test looks at attitudes to touch from strangers and work colleagues.
How important is touch to us? Claudia Hammond reveals the BBC Touch Test results.
Blue Health; talking to the dying; diet, exercise and memory decline.
A new therapy to help with memory and concentration in bipolar disorder.
Lockdown easing and mental health; early life stress and catching cold; new lockdown jobs
Space travel's impact on the brain; Viktor Frankl's search for meaning; contagious stress.
Claudia Hammond explores how children think about maths and about time.
The Touch Test: Claudia Hammond launches a major new study investigating the role of touch
Bucket lists; depression; how altruism can alleviate pain
Allergies and anxiety; imposter syndrome; recognising dog expressions
Letters to Santa, why play matters, balancing time between video games and outside play.
Pain and the brain, with Claudia Hammond.
Lawyers' wellbeing; sociable brains; young peoples' mental health advisory group
Psychiatrists with lived experience of mental ill health, magic and gender, AI emotion
Acceptance and commitment therapy; Million Minds tour; Personality traits and spending
How art challenges mental health stereotypes plus what happens to language as we age
The need for possessions, predicting effective use of CBT and talking to strangers.
Ex junior doctor Adam Kay and Professor Gail Kinman look at work stress and how to cope.
Preventing anxiety in children, CALMTown and does air pollution cause psychosis?
The science of meetings, helping those with dementia sleep, estimating body size
Claudia Hammond explores the psychology of motivation and procrastination
New approach to spider phobia, putting yourself in someone else's shoes, and empathic cars
The impact signing NDAs can have on mental health and The Listening Place
Trigger warnings, Myths about Van Gogh's mental health, Multi-tasking
Café Conversations, the light triad, conveying anxiety through cartoon pigeons
Claudia Hammond and guests explore the complexity of our visual experience
Spatial navigation, aphantasia: people with no mind's eye and a musical about depression
Ex-footballer Clarke Carlisle on his struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts
Neuromyths: Claudia explores some common myths in neuroscience
Citizens UK and addressing community mental health, Robin Ince, film cuts and attention
Self-care, schadenfreude and how maths ability might relate to ball-catching skills.
Antidepressant withdrawal, Mates in Mind, and eyes that betray personality.
Claudia Hammond investigates why MDMA might help treat people addicted to alcohol
Emotionally unstable personality disorder, agreeableness and money, and emodiversity.
30th anniversary, incivility of politicians and ratings, Arctic scientists' mental health
Claudia Hammond reveals the results of the BBC Loneliness Experiment
1. Distraction - devoting time to hobbies, study or work
2. Taking up new social activities or joining a club
3. Changing your thinking to make it more positive
4. Starting a conversation with someone
5. Talking to Friends or family about your feelings
6. Look for the good in everyone
7. Reflecting on why you feel lonely
All in the Mind Awards ceremony from the Wellcome Collection in London.
Autobiographical memory loss, All in the Mind Awards, Gaming addiction, Spanish Flu.
Predicting memory loss in Parkinson's, 22 The Avenue phoneline, Alexander Morison archive.
KIM - the latest group in the Awards, smell blindness and neuropsychologist Paul Broks.
Psychosis and medication, AITM awards, Challenging antisocial behaviour.
Claudia visits the RHS Feel Good Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Tips to help insomnia and the nurse who went the extra mile to treat her cancer patient.
Self-driving cars and the pedestrian, risk tolerance in the brain, and Awards nominee.
Changing mindsets, Exercise to prevent depression, Nathan and Judith.
Sarah's runners, avatars and eyewitness testimony and untranslatable words.
Claudia Hammond launches the BBC Loneliness Experiment with Olivia Laing and Pam Qualter.
Children of parents with mental illness, exercise, Kelly Holmes, addressing panic attacks.
Intuition, All in the Mind Awards and transcranial direct current stimulation.
Dementia films, why sad music makes people spend more and Citizen UK mental health project
The winners of the 2017 Brain Prize discuss their groundbreaking work on reward.
Claudia Hammond launches the 2018 All in the Mind Awards.
Sibling rivalry, Prisoner of war diaries, Inflammation and depression.
Sleep paralysis, exploding head syndrome, robot therapy, mental health awareness campaigns
Personality change, Roald Dahl's Marvellous Medicine, Insider's Guide, the self-help craze
New brain cells and depression; yoga in prisons; Insiders' Guide; preferring our own ideas
Mental heath workers begin learning on the job through the Think Ahead scheme.
Parents of anxious children; first impressions; mental health manifestos; Insiders' Guide.
Transient amnesia; mindfulness in schools; Insiders' Guide; autism in Somali culture.
Mental health support in the community; Insiders' Guide to Mental Health; Confidence
The everyday results of unconscious bias.
Cyber snooping your therapist; performing anxiety; Insiders' Guide; bribery and corruption
Heart failure; Insiders' Guide to Mental Health; Use of you.
Adult ADHD, Insiders' Guide to Mental Health Services, wound healing & expressive writing.
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.
Mental health policies and Matt Haig's book on depression recovery. With Claudia Hammond.
Claudia Hammond examines the evidence on whether screen time is bad for young people.
Claudia Hammond meets a psychologist who treated people after the 2005 London bombings.
The psychology of voting, portrayals of mental health in the media, and a designer asylum.
What musical hallucinations teach us about the brain, plus mental health in novels.
Claudia on conjuring and magic - how what we believe affects what we see.
Claudia Hammond investigates a hidden condition - perinatal obsessive compulsive disorder.
Claudia Hammond on when stockpiling clutter and possessions tips into hoarding disorder.
Mobile phones and driving, intensive treatment for PTSD, and new drugs for psychosis.
Upgrading airport security; Psychosis; Happy walking.
Claudia finds out about the only NHS clinic for problem gamblers. Should there be more?
Claudia Hammond asks if the 1:4 mental health statistic reduces or increases stigma.
Claudia Hammond explores pioneering new research into radicalisation.
Claudia Hammond hosts the All in the Mind Awards Ceremony, and meets all the finalists.
Claudia Hammond meets more finalists in the All in the Mind 25th anniversary awards.
Claudia Hammond meets two more finalists in the All in the Mind 25th anniversary awards.
Claudia Hammond meets more finalists in the All in the Mind anniversary awards.
Visual overload; All in the Mind mental health awards finalist; professional boundaries.
How to help friends, All in the Mind awards finalists, and mental health in the City.
Claudia Hammond hears from a shortlisted entry to the All in the Mind mental health awards
Are mental health services in crisis? And was shell shock in WWI hugely underdiagnosed?
Claudia hears from one pair of finalists in the All in the Mind mental health awards.
Claudia Hammond reports on a mental health triage scheme with Leicestershire police force.
Should restraint in mental health hospitals be eliminated? Are mind wanderers less happy?
New research on soldiers trained to resist the overwhelming affects of cognitive fatigue.
How the brain responds to music could lead to exciting new therapies. With Claudia Hammond
Does performing rituals improve the taste of food? Claudia Hammond investigates.
Brains struggle with learning to dance. Claudia has a lesson with Strictly's Robin Windsor
Claudia launches 3 new awards to recognise outstanding help and support in mental health.
Professors Sophie Scott and Irene Tracey examine 25 years of understanding the brain.
Claudia explores the real-world impact of psychology research over the last 25 years.
Claudia explores how attitudes to mental health have changed over the last 25 years.
Do older people need specialist mental health services? Claudia Hammond investigates.
Why NIMBYs are misunderstood - the complex psychology of windfarm opposition.
How an ancient memory training technique can help people with depression.
Neuromyths in the classroom - how brain facts and fiction are being muddled up in schools.
Europe and the USA are spending millions mapping the brain but will this approach pay off?
Which methods work best for exam revision? Not the highlighter pen, apparently.
Sleep and mental illness - Claudia Hammond on research looking into a shared mechanism.
Doomsday prophets and belief, news consumption and wellbeing, plus Christian Jarrett.
Claudia Hammond investigates how reading a baby's mind helps its development.
Preventing PTSD by 'thinking' differently; organophosphates; archaeology and mental health
Claudia Hammond on understanding the changes in the brain leading to Alzheimer's disease.
Polygraph testing for sex offenders, birdsong and wellbeing, body image and disfigurement.
The chilling history of the Victorian 'mad doctor', and the boredom of the drone operator.
How 'gaydar' works, narcissism and the Me Generation, IQ tests and learning disabilities.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy trial for psychosis, plus US elections and mental health.
Claudia Hammond reports on 60 years of the Anna Freud Centre and how it uses neuroscience.
Richard Mabey on depressive illness, ecotherapy, and the evidence for 'green therapy'.
Death while detained on psychiatric ward. Does parenting make you happy? Club drug clinic.
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.
Claudia Hammond unpicks the statistic that 1 in 4 people have a mental health problem.
Claudia Hammond looks at social networking and adoption.
Wiring the brain. Plus online psychological support for cancer. Claudia Hammond reports.
Life in and out of the asylum. Poet and writer John O'Donoghue talks to Claudia Hammond.
Claudia Hammond looks at how the senses influence our memories, food and homes.
Claudia Hammond investigates cognitive psychology and the challenge to forensic science.
A new study offers hope for keeping young offenders out of prison. Claudia Hammond reports
Claudia Hammond on the UK's first study from the Iraq war zone.