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What are clinical trials anyway?

What are clinical trials anyway?

Hi, I’m Cat and I’m an MS reporter and I’ve been living with MS for seven years. This episode is a rough guide to clinical trials that aims to set out the simple stuff. What is a clinical trial, why do they exist and how do they work. If you’ve ever wondered about where treatments […]

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UQx PSYC1030.1x 3-4-8 Part B: Scarcity

UQx PSYC1030.1x 3-4-8 Part B: Scarcity

Scarcity also works for more general reasons, not just because of social factors. In that study, there was also a condition where the jar of ten biscuits was replaced by a jar containing two biscuits because of a mistake. The second experimenter had picked up the incorrect jar before they got there, you were meant […]

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Ketamine for Depression: Doc-to-Doc with Gerard Sanacora MD PhD

Ketamine for Depression: Doc-to-Doc with Gerard Sanacora MD PhD

Dr. Perry Wilson: In the year 2000, seven individuals suffering from major depression were part of a crossover study which suggested that ketamine was superior to placebo in terms of controlling depressive symptoms. Research in the area has grown rapidly with data suggesting that even one-time doses of the dissociative anesthetic may have significant benefit […]

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Being Well 612:  Self-Esteem and Depression

Being Well 612: Self-Esteem and Depression

[music plays] [no dialogue]>>Lori Casey: Coming up next on Being Well, clinical psychologist Dr. Jerry Boyd will be here to talk about self-esteem and depression. Dr. Boyd will address ways to develop and maintain good self-esteem for a lifetime. That?s all coming up next so don?t go away. [music plays] Production of Being Well is […]

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