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WCWTPs1e9 Does turning the clocks back for winter-time lead to a higher rate of depression?

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 9 of the show. Who cares? What’s the point? The podcast about the mind for people who think. In this episode, I talk with Dr Bertel Teilfeldt Hansen of the Department of Political Science at Copenhagen University in Denmark. We talk about his involvement in this project looking at the impact of clock changes in […]

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WCWTPs1e5 What do we know about sleep paralysis?

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 5 of the show. Who cares? What’s the point? The podcast about the mind for people who think. In this episode, I talk with Associate Professor Brian Sharpless of the American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, Washington DC, USA. We talk about his recent work understanding and developing treatment recommendations for […]

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WCWTPs1e4 Emoji and emoticons make your face muscles twitch

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 3 of the show. Who cares? What’s the point? The podcast about the mind for people who think. In this episode, I talk with Dr Michael Philipp of the School of Psychology, Massey University in New Zealand. We talk about his recent study on emji and emoticons in computer-based communications. Michael’s original abstract can […]

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WCWTPs1e1 Matt Williams

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 1 of the show. Who cares? What’s the point? The podcast about the mind for people who think. In this episode, I talk with Dr Matt Williams, Lecturer in Psychology at Massey University here in New Zealand. We talk about the relationship between temperature and aggressive behaviour and assault, particularly […]

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