January 6, 2014
If there’s one value experts of all disciplines espouse, it’s a positive attitude. From politics to parenting to health, Americans have learned that a can-do spirit is the most important element in any equation. But that’s not always been the case. This hour, we’ll talk about the rather recent movement that defined the psychology of our country.
January 3, 2014
You probably remember the kid who bullied you in third grade, but not the time you got an A on your math test. Neuroscientists say our brains have evolved to learn faster from bad experiences than good ones… This hour, we’ll learn how to hardwire happiness into our brains.
December 11, 2013
You probably remember the kid who bullied you in third grade, but not the time you got an A on your math test. Neuroscientists say our brains have evolved to learn faster from bad experiences than good ones. It helped our ancestors survive, but makes us feel stressed. This hour, we’ll learn how to change this and hardwire happiness into our brains.
January 24, 2011
How to de-clutter and organize our homes, and the hidden disorder of compulsive hoarding.
January 20, 2011
A playwright and his play about his troubled childhood, and new approaches to working with at-risk youth.
January 10, 2011
Human’s navigational feats (and shortcomings).
January 4, 2011
Making the most of unexpected changes in our lives, and the legal rights of student athletes.
December 14, 2010
How people with mental illness and psychological disorders are portrayed in movies, and how the Pediatric Psychiatry Network helps primary care doctors recognize and manage common psychiatric disorders in young patients
November 25, 2009
The grieving process and how to heal after suffering a loss