SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

Alongside the recent move towards dimensional diagnosis of psychiatric illness, there appears to be a tendency to dismiss Bipolar Affective Disorder – Type II as merely a less severe form of Type I. In the April 2015 podcast of Australasian Psychiatry, Scientia Professor Gordon Parker of the Black Dog Institute argues that bipolar I and II are categorically distinct entities which share hypomanic/manic symptoms but which can be differentiated by the presence of psychotic symptoms only in type I illness.

Direct download: APY_Podcast_2_-_Parker_Podcast_Final.mp3
Category:Psychology & Psychiatry -- posted at: 5:53am EDT

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 45 “Relationship Savoring in long-distance relationships”: Jessica L. Borelli from Pomona College, USA talks about how ‘savoring’ your partner can strengthen a fragile relationship

Direct download: Relationship_Matters_Podcast_45.mp3
Category:Psychology & Psychiatry -- posted at: 7:48am EDT

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 44 “The implications of superficial self-disclosures from friends”: Steve Rains from University of Arizona, USA talks about the ways in which receiving superficial updates from your friends via your mobile phone might affect your relationships with them

Direct download: Relationship_Matters_Podcast_44.mp3
Category:Psychology & Psychiatry -- posted at: 2:08am EDT

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