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Updated Thursday, 30th October 2014

Join us for the series that explores the limits and potential of the human mind.

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Word cloud of mental health-related words Creative commons image Icon The Open University under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license Psychologist Claudia Hammond presents All in the Mind - the series that expores new ideas in how we think and behave. The programmes explore three aspects of human behaviour: issues in the delivery of mental health services, from new schemes to help service users to the side effects of drugs; the latest neuroscience research, from multimillion pound projects to map the brain to the human stories of having your brain studied; and new ideas in psychology, such as research into memory or into phobias.

The programmes feature interviews with academic researchers, mental health practitioners, and people with psychological issues.

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