Obstacle Week – Is social media an obstacle to memory?
Anti-Social Week – Clinical psychologist Leanne Hall speaks about healthy solidarity.
Emotion Week – Is the emotionally impacting, out-of-body experience real or a hallucinatory hoax?
Sticks and stones may break bones, but whips and leather can make some feel truly fulfilled.
Designed to warn people that potentially sensitive or graphic material may follow, trigger warnings are being used more frequently than in past years. Especially popular at certain colleges and universities, some students have gone as far as demanding trigger warnings when topics are covered that may make them uncomfortable. This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser talks to people about trigger warnings and if they believe they are a good idea.
Psychological studies investigate whether personality traits are genetically set for life.