What if education, success, marriage, kids and health weren't the answers to happiness we're sold? What if you could find your own path?
When a teenage girl is caught kissing another girl at a high school dance, she is sent to gay conversion therapy but, while there, she starts to find a sense of belonging amongst others who struggling with their identity.
A beautiful introduction to the concept of recognising and acknowledging one’s feelings and looking to friends and family for support when times get tough or overwhelming.
A study on how we perceive music, containing world-changing ideas that are essential reading for classical composers, music theorists, special needs teachers, neuroscientists, and evolutionary biologists.
An exploration of our fascination with the macabre. Is morbid culture really an assault on decency? Can we blame an increase in gory movies and violent video games for a rise in depravity across the world?
Clinical psychologist and author Meg Jay, PhD, takes a profound look at how one can survive and thrive after experiencing childhood adversity.
A well-researched guide to self-improvement through behavioural science and evolutionary psychology instead of mystical belief. There's also a lot of comedy and swearing.
From the man who made the potato chip crisper, comes a fascinating and fun examination of the myriad of things which influence how food and drink taste.
Halted after only 6 days, this is a retelling of an infamous true life experiment in behavioural psychology that spiralled out of control when university students were placed in a simulated prison.
New research at the University of Adelaide recommends that migrant and refugee children be exposed to more non-English-based subjects – such as art and sport – to help them to make friends, transition into school education and improve their wellbeing.
Three skills everyone would no doubt love to possess are on show at this award winning Fringe production; close up, mentalism & psychology.