Thursday, 17 April 2008


For when you've had enough of journal articles:

Dan Jones, writing for Prospect Magazine, uncovers the psychological foundations of our moral beliefs.

ABC Radio's All in the Mind series continues with a programme about four-year-old Tara who lacks a corpus callosum, the bundle of nerve fibres that usually connect the two hemispheres. (MP3 audio).

The Freakonomics blog of the New York Times asks "How much progress have psychology and psychiatry really made?"

"The kindness of strangers": Zoe Lewis in the Guardian writes about her experience of group therapy for depression.

An article in the New York Times says we don't know enough about the effects of long term antidepressant treatment that starts in adolescence.

Listen to the latest Maudsley debate: Is happiness overrated? (MP3 audio).

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