From the Wall St Journal

April 24th 2013

Mind Tricks for a lasting summer

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From the Observer

October 24th 2010

Ideas for Modern Living: Eye Contact

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From The Times

July 27 2009

Faking your way onto a psychiatric ward

Claudia Hammond

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From Oprah magazine

Fifty of life's toughest questions: Can you slow down time?

November 2013

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From the Guardian

Saturday 7 March 2009

More than a feeling

All emotions - negative and positive - have their use. But how are they formed? And how can we control them? Psychologist and broadcaster Claudia Hammond explores where emotions come from and explains how fleeting facial expressions often reveal our truest thoughts ...

Claudia Hammond

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• Shortlisted for the Premio Luchetta award for international humanitarian journalism
From the Guardian

Wednesday 9 January 2008

'I'm just here for survival'

Daulatdia, in Bangladesh, is one of the largest brothels in the world - a village of 1,600 women who sell sex to 3,000 men every day. As Claudia Hammond found, it is a punishing place that few will ever leave

Claudia Hammond

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From the Times

October 25, 2005

They're just like us

Penguins are a hit at the box office. That's because they produce profound feelings of joy in humans

Claudia Hammond

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From The Times

December 15, 2003

It's child's play

Jean Piaget revolutionised our approach to children. But, says our correspondent, he underestimated their abilities. Even four-year-olds can learn philosophy

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From The Independent

June 4, 2001

Get into hot water in the shadow of a Korean mountain

By Claudia Hammond

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