Tag Archives: Freud

Post Of The Week – Saturday 2nd July 2016

1) Is Psychology Really In Crisis? In this article, Keith Laws looks at the replication crisis in Psychology. The article sees the lack of replication of reported by some studies as part of a broader problem with the culture of Psychology. There is a bias in favour of high impact studies whose findings are surprising […]

Post Of The Week – Saturday 4th July 2015

1) Improving response inhibition systems in frontotemporal dementia with citalopram This is interesting in lots of ways. We frequently refer to the role of the pre-frontal cortex in the inhibition of risky or socially unacceptable behaviour. Our main focus is how this develops in adolescence. There is another side to this. When people develop dementia in […]

Post Of The Week – Thursday 24th April 2014

1) Professor John Aggleton On Memory This podcast features John Aggleton of Cardiff University. His research is in how memory works inside the brain. He talks about HM, about the complexity of the systems for laying down a memory and the connection to dementia. This talk reminds us of the connection between being able to […]

Post Of The Week – Thursday 13th March, 2014

1) Smoking, Depression And Anxiety And Stress When we study depression, we look at the idea of co-morbidity. People who suffer from depression tend to suffer from something else as well. This is interesting from the point of view of diagnosis because the doctor has to decide whether it is the depression or the other […]