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1 Creative Commons Dance Music, Wakefulness and Embodied Rhythm – Part 4 How could different types of music be used in therapy? Oxford medical graduate and working musician and DJ Michael Diamond discusses the features of different music genres types of music and their therapeutic potential. Eric Clarke, Michael Diamond 22 Feb 2024
2 Creative Commons Dance Music, Wakefulness and Embodied Rhythm – Part 3 How can electronic dance music tools and techniques be used to manipulate music for psychological ends, for example to enhance sleep? Eric Clarke, Michael Diamond 22 Feb 2024
3 Creative Commons Dance Music, Wakefulness and Embodied Rhythm – Part 2 How does a DJ use different music to engage listeners, from a neuropsychological perspective? Professor Eric Clarke (Emeritus Professor of Music at Oxford) and Michael Diamond (Oxford medical graduate and musician/DJ) discuss. Eric Clarke, Michael Diamond 22 Feb 2024
4 Creative Commons Dance Music, Wakefulness and Embodied Rhythm – Part 1 What's the relationship between music and the rhythms of our lives? Professor Sally Shuttleworth asks Professor Eric Clarke (Music at University of Oxford) and Michael Diamond (Oxford medical graduate and musician/DJ) to discuss. Sally Shuttleworth, Eric Clarke, Michael Diamond 22 Feb 2024
5 Creative Commons Sleep and Scents - Dr. Julia Harris In this episode, we interview Dr. Julia Harris to discuss her ongoing research on sleep utilising the olfactory system. Julia Harris, Neddy Kareha, Katherine Willard 29 Jan 2024
6 Snoozing Fruitflies In this episode with Dr Sarnataro, we explore techniques used during his recent PhD to investigate the mitochondrial dynamics in neurons of sleeping fruitflies. Raffaele also offers advice on how to make the most of an Oxford PhD position. Ritika Mukherji, Raffaele Sarnataro, Neddy Kareha, Katherine Willard 06 Oct 2023
7 Sleep, Light, Architecture How can a neuroscientist and an architect help us to understand the world of sleep and the rhythms that govern our lives? Russell Foster, Ian Ritchie, Sally Shuttleworth, Ruth Abrahams 12 May 2023
8 Overcoming Sleep Problems What sleep is for, how does it work and how can we deal with tricky sleep problems? This is the second talk in the Department of Experimental Psychology’s Our Mental Wellness series. Colin Espie, Felicity Waite, Dimitri Gavriloff, Catharine Creswell 10 Nov 2020
9 Sleeping with One Eye Open - Vladyslav Vyazovskiy We discuss the Science of Sleep Alex von Klemperer, Samuel Picard, Paula Kaanders, Vladyslav Vyasovskiy 08 Jun 2019
10 Does Sleep Matter in Parkinson's Dr Tom Barber discusses his research Tom Barber 05 Jul 2016
11 'Learning' part 1 - Sleep for success Sleep is really important. But do we realise how important it is, particularly for helping us think straight? Are teenagers lazy? Are their body clocks different? Christopher-James Harvey 05 May 2016
12 What Makes You Tick? How do you know when it's time to wake up or go to sleep? More powerful than any alarm are your circadian rhythms. Christopher James-Harvey, Stuart Peirson, Russell Foster 12 Apr 2016
13 Helping yourself to sleep If you are having difficulty sleeping this podcast has some straightforward suggestions for improving your sleep. Created by the Oxford University Counselling Service. Oxford University Counselling Service 19 Oct 2015
14 Rediscovering the importance of sleep, 'the chief of all earthly blessings', in the digital age Inaugural lecture on sleep research Colin Espie 27 Jul 2015
15 Creative Commons Homeostatic regulation of sleep and its regional aspects Vladyslav Vyazovskiy from the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics gives this Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences seminar Vladyslav Vyazovskiy 30 Jun 2014
16 Creative Commons Body Clocks, Sleep and Light Russell Foster explains the role of light in regulating our bodies and discusses the implications of today's almost constant exposure to light. Russell Foster 08 Apr 2013
17 Creative Commons Uehiro Seminar: Sleep and Opportunity for Well-being Discussing a paper co-authored with David Birks, Alexandre Erler suggests sleeping less can provide a greater opportunity for well-being. Alexandre Erler 05 Feb 2013
18 Sleep in the Global 24/7 Society Professor Foster gives a talk on some of the causes and consequences of sleep disruption and explores how our increasingly sleep deprived society is have unanticipated consequences for out physical and mental health. Russell Foster 24 Aug 2009