Everyone has something that makes them happy. It could be puppies or rainbows or even chocolate. But why? And what is happiness? Our brains are complicated organs that can respond to a raft of different chemicals but is that the best way to measure emotions? And for those who have been through traumatic experiences, what does the road back to happiness look like?
Explore how changes in the brains of people can affect their happiness and how different treatment strategies can help to bring the joy of life back.
Jane Shakespeare-Finch is a Professor at the School of Psychology and Counselling, Queensland University of Technology (QUT). She is a Director of Research for the School, the Leader of QUT’s...View Profile
David Burton is an award-winning Queensland writer. His many theatrical and literary works for youth and education include The Final Days of Bedlam, Orbit and April’s Fool, The Man In...View Profile
Paul is currently CEO of Media Engagement Services teaching researchers how to communicate, CEO of video documentary makers Palaeo Pictures and an Adjunct Associate Professor in Palaeontology at Flinders University....View Profile
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