It wasn’t me: Why do humans often act against their own best interests?
Dr James Erskine grew up in many places and has a broad perspective on most issues. His background is in healthcare and university settings. He trained as a psychologist... Learn more
How and why the infrastructure of science is broken
Henry Drysdale joins us from the Ben Goldacre Team to discuss COMPare: tracking switched outcomes in clinical trials, and trying to correct the record. For 6 weeks in... Learn more
Defeating dementia, why, when and how?
Selina Wray is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Molecular Neuroscience at UCL Institute of Neurology. Her research interests are focussed on understanding... Learn more
The Truth About Cannabis: Should prohibition of cannabis be ended?
Peter Reynolds is the leader of CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform, a UK political party and the largest, membership-based drug policy reform group in Britain. CLEAR campaigns... Learn more
Evaluating the costs and benefits of psychology and its links to medicine
Jane Ogden is a Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Surrey where she teaches psychology, dietician, nutrition, medical and vet students to consider the... Learn more
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