Mapping The Mind

Episodes

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20070314

4/6. Received wisdom says that autism is incurable. But with so little known about the condition can we be sure?

Edi Stark follows the experiences of families who refuse to accept that nothing can be done for their children.

20070315
20070321

Treating the Untreatable.

5/6. Edi Stark follows the Tollin family's year as they attempt to treat their son's autism. Counter to conventional medical dogma, they believe Christopher can be helped.

But will they see the progress they so desperately hope for?

20070322
20070328

Treating the Untreatable.

6/6. It's almost a year since the Tollin Family began treating their son's autism. Has Christopher shown any signs of improvement?

Edi Stark asks his parents if they still believe they've made the right choice, or are they simply delaying coming to terms with their child's disability?

20070329
20071003

1/6. Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme returns to explore what makes us all tick.

This week Edi Stark explores anger management, and discovers why living in the internet age is more likely to make us see red.

20071004
20071010

2/6. Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme explores the importance of our hair to our sense of wellbeing.

20071011
20071017

3/6. Edi Stark finds out if the same psychological tricks used by the likes of Tiger Woods and Paula Radcliffe can be applied to everyday challenges. By setting goals, visualizing success and practicing blocking out distractions, could you breeze through something like a driving test? One nervous student driver is about find out!

20071018
20071031

5/6. Analysing the pros and cons of multi-tasking. Edi Stark finds out how to stay sane and healthy in a world gone multi-tasking mad.

20071101
20071107

6/6. Edi Stark discovers what makes us all tick within the family. She examines the impact of sibling rivalry on our behaviour and actions throughout the whole of our lives.

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20080630

1/3. Edi Stark examines the links between music and memory which explain why the songs we hear as teenagers stay with us throughout our lives.

20080706

BBC Radio Scotland's popular psychology series is back, exploring what makes us tick and how music affects us all throughout our lives.

1/3. Edi Stark examines the links between music and memory which explain why we don't forget the songs we hear as teenagers. Plus an investigation into whether musicality is an innate part of being human.

20080707

BBC Radio Scotland's popular psychology series is back, exploring how music affects us all throughout our lives.

2/3. Edi Stark discovers why music manipulates our emotions and examines the ways it can help people cope with physical pain.

20080713
20080714

BBC Radio Scotland's popular psychology series is back, exploring how music affects us all throughout our lives.

3/3. Music as a healing force is the focus for the popular psychology programme, as Edi Stark uncovers new ways in which music can help us to learn, perform and feel better.

20080720
01*2008063020080706

BBC Radio Scotland's popular psychology series is back, exploring what makes us tick and how music affects us all throughout our lives.

1/3. Edi Stark examines the links between music and memory which explain why we don't forget the songs we hear as teenagers. Plus an investigation into whether musicality is an innate part of being human.

01*2008063020080706

BBC Radio Scotland's popular psychology series is back, exploring what makes us tick and how music affects us all throughout our lives.

1/3. Edi Stark examines the links between music and memory which explain why we don't forget the songs we hear as teenagers. Plus an investigation into whether musicality is an innate part of being human.

01Anger2007100320071004

Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme returns to explore what makes us all tick.

This week Edi Stark explores anger management, and discovers why living in the internet age is more likely to make us see red.

01Anger2007100320071004

Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme returns to explore what makes us all tick.

This week Edi Stark explores anger management, and discovers why living in the internet age is more likely to make us see red.

02*2008070720080713

Edi Stark discovers why music manipulates our emotions and examines the ways it can help people cope with physical pain.

02*2008070720080713

Edi Stark discovers why music manipulates our emotions and examines the ways it can help people cope with physical pain.

02Hair2007101020071011

Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme explores the importance of our hair to our sense of wellbeing.

02Hair2007101020071011

Radio Scotland's popular psychology programme explores the importance of our hair to our sense of wellbeing.

03Sport2007101720071018

Edi Stark finds out if the same psychological tricks used by the likes of Tiger Woods and Paula Radcliffe can be applied to everyday challenges. By setting goals, visualizing success and practicing blocking out distractions, could you breeze through something like a driving test? One nervous student driver is about find out!.

03Sport2007101720071018

Edi Stark finds out if the same psychological tricks used by the likes of Tiger Woods and Paula Radcliffe can be applied to everyday challenges. By setting goals, visualizing success and practicing blocking out distractions, could you breeze through something like a driving test? One nervous student driver is about find out!.

03 LAST*2008071420080720

Music as a healing force is the focus for the popular psychology programme, as Edi Stark uncovers new ways in which music can help us to learn, perform and feel better.

03 LAST*2008071420080720

Music as a healing force is the focus for the popular psychology programme, as Edi Stark uncovers new ways in which music can help us to learn, perform and feel better.

042007031420070315

Received wisdom says that autism is incurable. But with so little known about the condition can we be sure?

Edi Stark follows the experiences of families who refuse to accept that nothing can be done for their children.

042007031420070315

Received wisdom says that autism is incurable. But with so little known about the condition can we be sure?

Edi Stark follows the experiences of families who refuse to accept that nothing can be done for their children.

04Driving2007102420071025

The psychology of driving is hugely complicated, rife with bias, double standards and often the worst of human nature. The choices you make are based as much on your perception of other drivers as the situation; is it a man or woman, do they appear nervous or are they a boy racer? Edi Stark delves into this unspoken language of the road to find out whether we can change our bad habits.

04Driving2007102420071025

The psychology of driving is hugely complicated, rife with bias, double standards and often the worst of human nature. The choices you make are based as much on your perception of other drivers as the situation; is it a man or woman, do they appear nervous or are they a boy racer? Edi Stark delves into this unspoken language of the road to find out whether we can change our bad habits.

0520071031

Analysing the pros and cons of multi-tasking. Edi Stark finds out how to stay sane and healthy in a world gone multi-tasking mad.

0520071031

Analysing the pros and cons of multi-tasking. Edi Stark finds out how to stay sane and healthy in a world gone multi-tasking mad.

0520071101
0520071101

Analysing the pros and cons of multi-tasking. Edi Stark finds out how to stay sane and healthy in a world gone multi-tasking mad.

05Treating The Untreatable2007032120070322

Edi Stark follows the Tollin family's year as they attempt to treat their son's autism. Counter to conventional medical dogma, they believe Christopher can be helped.

But will they see the progress they so desperately hope for?

05Treating The Untreatable2007032120070322

Edi Stark follows the Tollin family's year as they attempt to treat their son's autism. Counter to conventional medical dogma, they believe Christopher can be helped.

But will they see the progress they so desperately hope for?

06 LAST2007032820070329

It's almost a year since the Tollin Family began treating their son's autism. Has Christopher shown any signs of improvement?

Edi Stark asks his parents if they still believe they've made the right choice, or are they simply delaying coming to terms with their child's disability?

06 LAST2007032820070329

It's almost a year since the Tollin Family began treating their son's autism. Has Christopher shown any signs of improvement?

Edi Stark asks his parents if they still believe they've made the right choice, or are they simply delaying coming to terms with their child's disability?

06 LAST20071107

Edi Stark discovers what makes us all tick within the family. She examines the impact of sibling rivalry on our behaviour and actions throughout the whole of our lives.

06 LAST20071107

Edi Stark discovers what makes us all tick within the family. She examines the impact of sibling rivalry on our behaviour and actions throughout the whole of our lives.

06 LAST20071108
06 LAST20071108

Edi Stark discovers what makes us all tick within the family. She examines the impact of sibling rivalry on our behaviour and actions throughout the whole of our lives.