Tag Archives: systematic desensitisation

Post Of The Week – Sunday 12th February 2017

1) Two Long Reads About Memory Both of these come from the BPS Digest for this week. The first is about the loss of memory following a stroke. It uses concepts we study in our course to explain what it is like to lose and then regain memory: short term memory, episodic memory, semantic memory, procedural […]

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 […]

Post Of The Week – Thursday 14th November

1) Bedlam Again The third episode of the series is on Channel 4 tonight. I’ve blogged below a link and some thoughts about the first two shows. Here’s an interesting piece reviewing the first couple of episodes. http://fightingmonsters.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/bedlam-do-we-need-stories-to-understand/ I’ve got some sympathy for the main point of the article, that the programme focuses on telling […]

Post Of The Week – Thursday 22nd August

1) The Men Who Made Us Thin When I first saw this programme advertised, I didn’t think it would have much to do with the research we cover in the A2 course. That’s not right. The second episode last week looked specifically at the idea that we can eat what we like provided we burn […]