Schizophrenia - insanity disproved
We’ve all heard the stereotypical interpretation of schizophrenia. People that have it are often offered public sympathy, yet mindlessly...
A Journey Through the Madness Industry, by Jon Ronson
By Irvine Welsh
Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, by Daniel Goleman
A Memoir of Depression, by Sally Brampton
The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, by Malcolm Gladwell
And Other Clinical Tales, by Oliver Sacks
With Dr Scott Barry Kaufman
Baltimore-Annapolis Psychotherapy Podcast with Laura Reagan, LCSW-C
With David Van Nuys, PhD.
Hosted by NPR social science correspondent Shankar Vedantam
BBC Radio 4 production with Claudia Hammond
Psychology podcast hosted by Michael A. Britt Ph.D.
Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned?
Hosted by sisters Gretchen Ruben and Elizabeth Craft
APA podcast series
Podcast produced by psychologist Dr. Rob Burriss
TV show about a group of FBI profilers in the Behavioural Analysis Unit, the group investigates cases involving serial killers. Each of the killers who are profiled is diagnosed with a specific mental disorder, not only do you learn about a wide variety of disorders through the show but it gives a semi-realistic view of how forensic psychology can be applied in real life.
This show is based on a true story about how the Behavioural Science Unit began studying psychopaths and serial killers in the late 1970s. Instead of studying the crimes, the show focuses more on how forensic and criminal psychology came into society. The show displays a very unique look at how psychologists developed an understanding of criminal behaviour and psychopathology.