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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Dilemmas of an early career researcher Ana Todorovic (University of Oxford) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Ana Todorovic 08 Dec 2017
2 The QUEST Center in Berlin: A structured approach to improve the value of academic biomedicine Ulrich Dirnagl ((Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Ulrich Dirnagl 08 Dec 2017
3 Bayesian statistics without tears EJ Wagenmakers (University of Amsterdam) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. EJ Wagenmakers 08 Dec 2017
4 Registered reports as a solution to bias in research and publishing Chris Chambers (Cardiff University) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Chris Chambers 08 Dec 2017
5 Importance of statistical power for cumulative science Richard Morey (Cardiff University) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Richard Morey 08 Dec 2017
6 Making student projects meaningful through collaboration Kate Button (University of Bath) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Kate Button 08 Dec 2017
7 The pharmaceutical industry believes that a lot of academic literature is not reproducible. How should we respond? Chas Bountra (University of Oxford) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Chas Bountra 08 Dec 2017
8 An agenda for reproducible science Marcus Munafo (University of Bristol) gives a talk for the Oxford Reproducibility School. Marcus Munafo 08 Dec 2017
9 Creative Commons Giving Up The Gun: Disengaging from Politically Motivated Violence in Northern Ireland Is de-radicalisation of former terrorists helpful or even possible? This presentation explores the processes involved in leaving social movements or disengaging from terrorist activities. Neil Ferguson 23 Oct 2017
10 Aminatta Forna on writing memory and trauma in The Memory of Love Aminatta Forna gives a reading from her award-winning novel, The Memory of Love (2010), and discusses it with Prof. Ankhi Mukherjee. She talks about the psychology of war and healing after conflict, and about love, betrayal and complicity. Aminatta Forna, Ankhi Mukherjee 25 Aug 2017
11 Early Intervention: What do we know about what works Tom McBride (Early Intervention Foundation) gives the final presentation in the fourth panel; Research for Change. Tom McBride 25 Jul 2017
12 Mobilising research to address our mental health crisis. Cynthia Joyce (MQ, Mental Health Research Charity), gives the this talk in he fourth panel, Research for Change. Cynthia Joyce 25 Jul 2017
13 Introduction to fourth panel Prof. Ilina Singh (BeGOOD PI, University of Oxford), introduces the fourth panel in the conference. Ilina Singh 25 Jul 2017
14 Response to third panel Prof. Essi Viding (University College London) responds to the third panel; Young People’s Voices, Young People’s Citizenship. Essi Viding 25 Jul 2017
15 Psychosis, biomarkers, and young people’s moral perspectives Arianna Manzini (BeGOOD team, Psychiatry, University of Oxford), gives the second talk in the third panel, Young People’s Voices, Young People’s Citizenship. Arianna Manzini 25 Jul 2017
16 vVirtual ethics: Developing e-tools to assess young people’s moral attitudes Dr. Gabriela Pavarini (BeGOOD team, Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the first presentation in the third panel; Young People’s Voices, Young People’s Citizenship. Gabriela Pavarini 25 Jul 2017
17 Second response to second panel Dr. Dorothee Horstkötter (Maastricht University) gives the second response to the second panel, Psychosis Risk: From Research to Practice. Dorothee Horstkötter 25 Jul 2017
18 First response to second panel Respondent: Prof. Matthew Broome (Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the first response to the second panel. Matthew Broome 25 Jul 2017
19 The ethics of early intervention in psychosis: (Preliminary) findings from a qualitative study in England Paolo Corsico (BeGOOD team, Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the second talk in the second panel, Psychosis Risk: From Research to Practice. Paolo Corsico 25 Jul 2017
20 Early Intervention in Psychosis services: 15 years of implementation Prof. Belinda Lennox (Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the first talk in the second panel, Psychosis Risk: From Research to Practice. Belinda Lennox 25 Jul 2017
21 Knowledge translation and pathways to impact Dr. João Rangel de Almeida (Wellcome Trust) gives the second talk in the Ethics and Early Intervention in Mental Health: Promoting Change through Research conference, João Rangel de Almeida 25 Jul 2017
22 Vision of the BeGOOD project Prof. Ilina Singh (BeGOOD PI, University of Oxford), introduces the conference and gives a brief talk on the BeGOOD project. Ilina Singh 25 Jul 2017
23 Bad Beginnings? Early intervention for mums and babies in prison Rose Mortimer (BeGOOD team, Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the third presentation in the first panel; Researching Families, Transforming Communities. Rose Mortimer 25 Jul 2017
24 Preparing For Life: An ethnographic study of early intervention in Northside Dublin, Ireland Dr. Rodolfo Maggio (BeGOOD team, Psychiatry, University of Oxford) gives the second presentation in the first panel; Researching Families, Transforming Communities. Rodolfo Maggio 25 Jul 2017
25 Creative Commons Solving the Replication Crisis in Psychology: Insights from History and Philosophy of Science In this episode, Brian Earp discusses the 'Reproducibility Project' and questions whether psychology is in crisis or not. Brian Earp 27 Jun 2017
26 The Microbiome and the Brain An interview with Professor Phil Burnet, who discusses his research into the influence of the gut microbiome on brain health. He talks about novel findings, potential future work, and takes questions from trainee psychiatrists and researchers. Phil Burnet 30 Jan 2017
27 Autism and Minds Wired for Science Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, Cambridge, and Director of the Autism Research Centre, gives the 2016 Charles Simonyi Lecture on new research into autism. Simon Baron-Cohen, Marcus du Sautoy 18 Nov 2016
28 Autism and Minds Wired for Science Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, Cambridge, and Director of the Autism Research Centre, gives the 2016 Charles Simonyi Lecture on new research into autism. Simon Baron-Cohen, Marcus du Sautoy 31 Oct 2016
29 'Senses' Part 1 - When the senses collide Can sounds change how things taste? How can we alter our experiences by taking advantage of how our senses mingle? Charles Spence 27 Jun 2016
30 'Learning' part 2 - Stimulating learning Can a little electrical stimulation help people learn quicker? And how would technology that does this be used? And why would you want to use this over medicines? Roi Cohen Kadosh 13 May 2016
31 Creative Commons Comedian and broadcaster, Ruby Wax (Kellogg, 2010) Comedian and broadcaster Ruby Wax shares her experiences of studying mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy and why she taken on a mission to save the world’s mental health. Ruby Wax 28 Apr 2016
32 'Relationships' part 2 - New fathers How do new fathers form relationships with their children? What is the unique role of a father? What do they contribute to the development of their children? What is male post-natal depression? Anna Machin 22 Apr 2016
33 Passion or Procrastination: How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders and thier Teams Take Big Bet Decisions or Don't. 2015 Richard Normann Lecture Larry Hirschhorn, Principal CFAR, gives the 2015 Richard Normann Memorial lecture. Larry Hirschhorn 24 Nov 2015
34 Creative Commons Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis Richard Brown( Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Dalhousie University) and Mark Solms (Chair of Neuropsychology, University of Cape Town) give the fourth talk in the Unconscious Memory series. Richard Brown, Mark Solms 07 May 2015
35 Creative Commons 2015 Leverhulme Lecture (3): Marshmallows and Moderation Is self-control a character trait or should we look to external props for self-control? Neil Levy 10 Mar 2015
36 Creative Commons 2015 Leverhulme Lecture (2): The Science of Self-Control This lecture outlines some of the main perspectives on self-control and its loss stemming from recent work in psychology. Neil Levy 09 Mar 2015
37 Priming Professor Masud Husain and Dr Ben Morgan give the third Unconscious Memory talk. Masud Husain, Ben Morgan 18 Feb 2015
38 Unconscious Memory and Mental Space Professor Michael Burke and Dr Sebastian Groes give the second Unconscious Memory talk. Michael Burke, Sebastian Groes 18 Feb 2015
39 Implicit Moral Attitudes Research shows that implicit moral attitudes affect our thinking and behavior. This talk reports new psychological and neuroscientific research and explores potential implications for scientific moral psychology as well as for some philosophical theories. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong 14 Nov 2014
40 "I Don't Like the Way I Look": the Psychological Consequences of Appearance Norms Societal interest in 'looks' has a long history. Until recently, this interest has been considered largely benign: however, norms of appearance have become progressively more extreme and are now unattainable for the vast majority of people. Nicole Rumsey 02 Jul 2014
41 Creative Commons Psychological mechanisms of antidepressants An interview with Catherine Harmer, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford discussing her research investigating the psychological mechanisms of anti-depressant drug action. Catherine Harmer 02 Jul 2014
42 Anxiety: A clinical psychologist’s very short introduction A clinical psychologist’s very short introduction to anxiety. Daniel Freeman 14 May 2014
43 Interview with Emily Troscianko Discussion of Kafka's Cognitive Realism Emily Troscianko 26 Mar 2014
44 Kafka's Cognitive Realism An interdisciplinary discussion of Dr Emily Troscianko's book Emily Troscianko, Sue Blackmore, Ritchie Robertson, James Carney 26 Mar 2014
45 Creative Commons Collective Agency and Knowledge of Others' Minds Stephen Butterfill gives a talk on philosophy and collective agency and other people's minds Stephen Butterfill 12 Feb 2014
46 How Do People Interact with Virtual Environments? Andrew Przybylski discusses the motivational dynamics of how people approach ICTs, social media and video games. Andrew Przybylski 12 Feb 2014
47 Creative Commons Psychological medicine Interview with Professor Sharpe about psychological medicine and his randomised controlled trial investigating the treatment of depression in people with cancer. Michael Sharpe 15 Oct 2013
48 Creative Commons A behavioural perspective of translating evidence to policy and practice Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology, UCL, gives a talk at Kellogg College for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Susan Michie 16 Jul 2013
49 Creative Commons A behavioural perspective of translating evidence to policy and practice Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology, UCL, gives a talk at Kellogg College for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Susan Michie 16 Jul 2013
50 Creative Commons Dyslexia, Language and Learning to Read Eminent psychologist and President of St John's, Professor Margaret Snowling talks about her research for the Founder's Lecture 2013. Margaret Snowling 23 May 2013
51 Creative Commons The Role of Genes in Bipolar Disorder: Recent Findings and What They Mean. Monica Fooks Memorial Lecture Professor Paul Harrison, Head of Translational Neurobiology Research Group, Oxford, gives the 2012 Monica Fooks memorial lecture on recent findings in bipolar disorder. Paul Harrison 18 Feb 2013
52 Developing and disseminating effective psychological therapies for anxiety disorders: science, policy and economics. David M Clark (Oxford University) delivers a lecture at the third Calleva Research Symposium on Evolution and Human Science on 27 October 2012. David M Clark 04 Dec 2012
53 A social neuroscience perspective on adolescent risk-taking Laurence Steinberg (Temple University) delivers a lecture at the third Calleva Research Symposium on Evolution and Human Science on 27 October 2012. Laurence Steinberg 04 Dec 2012
54 Social networks and evolution Nicholas Christakis (Harvard University) delivers a lecture at the third Calleva Research Symposium on Evolution and Human Science on 27 October 2012. Nicholas Christakis 04 Dec 2012
55 The causes of Specific Language Impairment Professor Dorothy Bishop gives a talk for the RALLI (Raising Awareness of Language Learning Impairments) Campaign on Language Impairments. Dorothy Bishop 23 Jul 2012
56 When Should We Be Worried About Late Talkers? Professor Dorothy Bishop gives a talk for the RALLI (Raising Awareness of Language Learning Impairments) Campaign. Dorothy Bishop 23 Jul 2012
57 Varieties of Language Impairment in Children Professor Dorothy Bishop gives a talk on the different types of language impairment in children. Dorothy Bishop 23 Jul 2012
58 Specific Language Impairment and Developmental Dyslexia: Syndromes, Memes and Illusions Professor Dorothy Bishop gives the keynote presentation at the 2012 British Psychological Society Annual Conference. Dorothy Bishop 23 Jul 2012
59 Trusting what you're told: Founder's Lecture 2012 The 2012 Founder's Lecture on Imagination and Testimony: Trusting What You're Told delivered by Professor Paul Harris, Harvard University, Emeritus Fellow and formerly Tutor in Experimental Psychology at St John's. Paul Harris 15 May 2012
60 Creative Commons Part 5: Questions and Answers Marianne Talbot presents the last of five episodes of the Romp through the Philosophy of Mind, engaging in a questions and answers discussion with the audience. Marianne Talbot 10 Apr 2012
61 Scammers on Online Dating Sites Monica Whitty discusses her recent work on dating scams, which has focused on attempting to identify a typology of victims, recognizing the techniques used by scammers, and also the psychological impact of the scams themselves. Monica Whitty, Bernie Hogan 28 Feb 2012
62 Presentation and Perception on Online Dating Sites Joseph Walther describes the hyperpersonal model and its relevance to the study of online dating. 'Idealisation' of perception and presentation online can facilitate the selection process, but may have unforseen consequences when people eventually meet. Joseph Walther, Nicole Ellison 28 Feb 2012
63 Presentation and Perception on Online Dating Sites Joseph Walther describes the hyperpersonal model and its relevance to the study of online dating. 'Idealisation' of perception and presentation online can facilitate the selection process, but may have unforseen consequences when people eventually meet. Joseph Walther, Nicole Ellison 28 Feb 2012
64 Partner Compatibility and Online Dating Sites Erina Lee discusses the importance of similarity between partners in terms of long-term relationship satisfaction. She discusses some compatibility dimensions that have been considered by eHarmony, as well as future directions for research. Bernie Hogan, Erina Lee 28 Feb 2012
65 Partner Compatibility and Online Dating Sites Erina Lee discusses the importance of similarity between partners in terms of long-term relationship satisfaction. She discusses some compatibility dimensions that have been considered by eHarmony, as well as future directions for research. Bernie Hogan, Erina Lee 28 Feb 2012
66 Creative Commons Part 4: Are We Asking the Wrong Questions? Marianne Talbot presents the fourth of five episodes of the Romp through the Philosophy of Mind, wondering if we are asking the wrong questions? Marianne Talbot 07 Feb 2012
67 Creative Commons Part 3: If Physicalism Won't Work, What is the Alternative? Marianne Talbot presents the third of five episodes of the Romp through the Philosophy of Mind, on alternatives to Physicalism. Marianne Talbot 07 Feb 2012
68 Creative Commons Part 2: Non-Reductive Physicalisms and the Problems they Face Slides to accompany Marianne Talbot's second of five episodes of the Romp through the Philosophy of Mind, on Non-Reductive Physicalisms and the problems they face. Marianne Talbot 07 Feb 2012
69 Creative Commons Part 1: Identity Theory and Why it Won't Work Marianne Talbot presents the first of five episodes of the Romp through the Philosophy of Mind, on Identity Theory and why it won't work. Marianne Talbot 07 Feb 2012
70 Creative Commons Guided Meditation Professor Mark Williams offers a brief guided meditation in the last of four short videos in this series. Mark Williams 06 Dec 2011
71 Creative Commons Supporting Mindfulness Professor Mark Williams explains how you can support the work of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre in the third of four short videos. Mark Williams 06 Dec 2011
72 Creative Commons The Science of Mindfulness Professor Mark Williams examines the neuroscience of mindfulness in the second of four short videos. Mark Williams 06 Dec 2011
73 Creative Commons Introduction to Mindfulness Professor Mark Williams introduces Mindfulness in the first of four short videos in this series. Mark Williams 06 Dec 2011
74 Creative Commons Mindfulness and the brain In this final episode Professor Mark Williams and Danny Penman discuss how imaging studies show that Mindfulness may have numerous profoundly positive effects on the brain. Mark Williams, Danny Penman 05 Dec 2011
75 Creative Commons Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy on trial Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is especially good for people who have suffered the most debilitating forms of depression. The evidence for its effectiveness is overwhelming and continues to grow. Mark Williams, Danny Penman 28 Nov 2011
76 Creative Commons Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: A new approach to treating depression Mindfulness therapy is an extremely effective treatment preventing relapse in depression. But what does it entail and how does it work? Mark Williams, Danny Penman 14 Nov 2011
77 Creative Commons Can treatments such as Cognitive Therapy help? Depression tends to return even if it has been successfully treated. Scientists now understand why this happens and have developed therapies that reduce the risks of relapse and help lift the burden of depression should it return. Mark Williams, Danny Penman 07 Nov 2011
78 Creative Commons How is depression treated? Doctors and psychiatrists once believed that patterns of thinking played little or no role in depression, but this is now known to be wrong. Professor Williams and Dr Danny Penman discuss how the treatment of depression has evolved in recent years. Mark Williams, Danny Penman 21 Oct 2011
79 Creative Commons What is depression? Depression is expected to impose the second biggest health burden globally by 2020; greater even than heart disease, arthritis and many forms of cancer. Professor Mark Williams and Dr Danny Penman discuss the driving forces behind this startling trend. Mark Williams, Danny Penman 21 Oct 2011
80 Creative Commons History of Oxford's Experimental Psychology Department Professors Oliver Braddick and Larry Weiskrantz give a talk on the history of Oxford University's Experimental Psychology Department as part the department's 113th anniversary. Larry Weiskrantz, Oliver Braddick 13 Jul 2011
81 Creative Commons Creativity Lecture 1: Soul Dust - the Science and Art of Consciousness Nicholas Humphrey, a theoretical psychologist based in Cambridge, presents his work on the evolution of human intelligence and consciousness. Part of the Creativity Lecture Series by the Keble College Advanced Studies Centre. Nicholas Humphrey 23 May 2011
82 Acknowledgements Acknowledgements and credits for the podcast series Madness: Between Medieval Islamic and Contemporary Perspectives. Daniel Nicolae 12 Oct 2010
83 Hospitals and Madness (Respondents) Respondents to Peregrine Horden's lecture: Hospitals and Madness. Matthew Broome, Afzal Javed 12 Oct 2010
84 Hospitals and Madness (Key Lecture) Last of four key lectures, delivered by Peregrine Horden, Professor of Medieval History, Royal Holloway, University of London. Peregrine Horden 12 Oct 2010
85 Foul Whisperings: Madness and Poetry in Arabic Literary History (Respondents) Respondents to Geert Jan der Gelder's lecture:, Foul Whisperings: Madness and Poetry in Arabic Literary History. Neel Burton, Katherine Angel 12 Oct 2010
86 Foul Whisperings: Madness and Poetry in Arabic Literary History (Key Lecture) Third of four key lectures delivered by Geert Jan van Gelder, Laudian Professor of Arabic, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford. Geert Jan van Gelder 12 Oct 2010
87 Love-sickness between Medicine, Philosophy and Theology, and Islam (Respondents) Respondents to Hinrich Biesterfeldt's lecture: Love-sickness between Medicine, Philosophy and Theology, and Islam. Athar Yawar, M Quasim 12 Oct 2010
88 Love-sickness between Medicine, Philosophy and Theology, and Islam (Key Lecture) Second of four key lectures, delivered by Hinrich Biesterfeldt, Professor of Islam Studies Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Hinrich Biesterfeldt 12 Oct 2010
89 The Historical Background: Saladin's Court (Key Lecture) First of four key lectures, delivered by Carole Hillenbrand, Professor of Islamic History at the University of Edinburgh, and author of "The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives". Carole Hillenbrand 12 Oct 2010
90 Preliminary Perspective: Medicine and Madness at the Court of Saladin Sets the background of the workshop, and explains how the four historical key lectures relate to Daniel Nicolae's research. Daniel Nicolae 12 Oct 2010
91 Madness: Between Medieval Islamic and Modern Perspectives - Preface Preface to the Madness: Between Medieval Islamic and Modern Perspectives conference, delivered by conference organiser Daniel Nicolae. Daniel Nicolae 11 Oct 2010
92 Understanding the Mind in Peace Negotiations Jeremy Lack (Lawyer and Mediator, Etude Altenburger Switzerland) / Professor Baroness Susan Greenfield (Institute for the Future of the Mind, Oxford) give a seminar for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict with David Rodin. Jeremy Lack, Susan Greenfield, David Rodin 14 Jun 2010
93 Social psychological aspects of religion and prejudice Professor Miles Hewstone (Oxford) gives a talk entitled Social psychological aspects of religion and prejudice: evidence from experimental and survey research. The commentator is Professor Ingmar Persson (Gothenburg University). Miles Hewstone, Ingmar Persson 07 Jun 2010
94 Feeling stressed? This Oxford at Said seminar was dedicated to the phenomenon of stress. Sloan Mahone gives a historical perspective on the topic, Ian Brown presents latest findings on occupational stress and John Morris covers stress from a physiological perspective. Sloan Mahone, Ian Brown, John Morris 09 Dec 2009
95 Creative Commons A is for Autism Dame Stephanie gives a talk about her philanthropic work in autism, looking at the condition's history, its causes, the treatments, specialist education and society's position on autism. Stephanie Shirley 28 Oct 2009
96 The Universe, the Brain and Second Life Three presentations that explore the possibilities of the virtual world Second Life, the philosophical implications of society’s dependence on the internet and the development of the world’s first private space shuttle. Susan Greenfield, Elon Musk, Philip Rosedale 15 Jun 2009
97 Jennifer Lau on Anxiety and Depression in Children Dr Jennifer Lau discusses her research into the development of anxiety and depression in childhood and adolescence. Jennifer Lau, Oliver Lewis 13 Sep 2008
98 Jennifer Lau on Anxiety and Depression in Children Dr Jennifer Lau discusses her research into the development of anxiety and depression in childhood and adolescence. Jennifer Lau, Oliver Lewis 13 Sep 2008