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The Masters in Psychology Podcast explores graduate psychology topics and issues that are relevant in aiding students who are interested in furthering their education in psychology. The episodes comprise interviews of psychology professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, professors, students, researchers, consultants, etc. These interviews feature information and provide advice to empower students to make knowledgeable choices regarding their academic careers.
 
"Ruthlessly truthful and highly insightful conversations on psychology, philosophy, politics, and academic culture." With Dr. Cory Clark (@ImHardcory) and Dr. Bo Winegard (@EPoe187), humans and assistant professors of social psychology. Guest appearances by Voltaire, dog and full professor of being adorable.
 
Ultimate Sports Parent Radio (www.youthsportspsychology .com), which aims to instill confidence and success in child and teen athletes, interviews coaches, parents, authors, professors and others about how to identify and overcome mental game challenges in sports. Hosted by Lisa Cohn. co-founder of the Ultimate Sports Parent and Kids' Sports Psychology.
 
Does familiarity really breed contempt? How likely are you to conform to the actions of others? Is there a better predictor for success than your IQ score? Join Professor Mario J. Rocchetta and featured guests on EDUCATED, a podcast with easy-to-follow academic discussion covering these and other issues in psychology and related areas. It's time to break down the walls of higher learning. It's time to get EDUCATED.
 
Under the supervision of Antioch University Professor Jacqueline Pinn, Antioch alumni Gaea Woods, MA, recorded a series of conversations between herself and Spiritual Depth Psychology (SDP) professors, students, and alumni. This podcast was made to shine light on the perspectives of SDP professors, students and alumni at Antioch University Los Angeles. If you want to learn more about the SDP Specialization at Antioch University Los Angeles, this is the podcast for you.
 
A series of wee (short) interviews about high level mental performance with people who are highly successful (Brilliant) performers on the sports field, in a studio, on stage, on a movie set, behind a mic, in the board room, or in a top research lab. Wee Chats series focuses on how the performer is able to be Brilliant while being challenged by every day highs and lows in life and in performances. We will learn about any mental or physical preparation they do, how they cope with nerves, how ...
 
I remember in one of my first psychology classes in college, the professor said "Anxiety is the key to neurotic behavior". At that time I couldn't comprehend the vast and all-encompassing nature of that observation. I have sense come to believe that anxiety play a role in every negative outcome in life. If we can manage our anxiety, we can live happier, more productive, more peaceful lives. Less Anxious with Kristen Watts Anxiety management strategies and support. http://youtube.com/lessanxi ...
 
We’ve all had a discussion or an argument about popular culture. Sometimes it happens on Facebook, Tumblr or Twitter. Maybe it was in a literature, history, philosophy or psychology class in college. Perhaps it was at the local comic book shop. Or maybe it was at a bar and you ended up stabbing someone with a bottle or bludgeoning them with a pool cue. All of these discussions are exactly the same. The tenured professor at an academic conference deconstructing Batman through a Derrida lens i ...
 
Connie Malamed from The eLearning Coach site shares fresh ideas and actionable tips for success with creating online and mobile learning experiences. Listen to interviews with expert designers, developers, authors and professors who provide strategies for both learning architects and educators. If you have a passion for instructional design, cognitive psychology, visual communication, social media learning, mLearning, and related topics, this podcast is for you.
 
In this podcast I’ll be talking to people from various backgrounds about their research, their work and their stories. I will be talking to university professors, PhDs, researchers, friends and more, to understand their work, their discoveries, and their stories. Being a curious mind, I will be speaking to people from many different backgrounds. I have no specific field that I want to cover in this podcast. Topics will range from science, psychology, philosophy, politics, culture, history, c ...
 
William Librizzi is the founder and director of The Wellspring Counseling Center and the Wellspring Communications Group in Manasquan, New Jersey. He, along with his team of Christian counselors, assist individuals in the areas of emotional and spiritual growth. They work with their clients integrating the word of God with sound, psychological principals. Reverend Librizzi is a Licensed Professional Counselor within the state of New Jersey and an ordained minister. Prior to counseling full t ...
 
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Daily meditations on St Thomas Aquinas' commentary on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. Be sure to join the after party over at www.ColorOfThought.locals.com use promo code CTPODCAST for a free month.Nicomachean Ethics Book 1 Lecture 1 Paragraph 1Daniel Johnson
 
In this talk, Peter Gatrell discusses the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, signed in Geneva on 28 July 1951. He explains the circumstances leading up to the Refugee Convention and considers what it was designed to achieve: a commitment to recognise and protect refugees who have a well-founded fear of persecution. At pre…
 
This week Dr. Kim is talking with Dr. Regine Muradian about how to support children to find their strengths through empathy, validation, and a growth mindset. Dr. Regine Muradian is a licensed clinical psychologist, children’s author, speaker, consultant, and mental health advocate. Dr. Regine has taken the lead in her field since beginning her pra…
 
We’ve always had a tag on our show of “the weekly pseudo-academic roundtable with drinking and swearing” but honestly, it’s usually more of the latter. We might be drinking while… The post e172. (More Drinking Than Swearing…) The Culture Of Alcohol appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Meron Langsner, Patrick Marran, Kristen Lee Sergeant
 
Syntax is the cognitive system that underlies the patterns found in the grammar of human languages. In this talk, David Adger explains what syntax as an area of study is, why he finds it important and fascinating, and why it is central to what it means to be human. The paperback edition of his book, Language Unlimited. The Science behind our most c…
 
Chris Meyer coached his son's team for nine years, from kindergarten through 8th grade. In this interview, the author of "Four Months...and a Lifetime," explains how he focused on teaching the young athletes life lessons. He reveals what he learned from his players, and gives sports parents tips about ensuring their kids are happy and confident in …
 
This week Dr. Kim and Dr. Rachel are discussing finding peace and contentment in motherhood. Dr. Rachel is a clinical psychologist and speaker who takes a holistic approach to health. She specializes in the mind-body connection, including stress reduction, eating behaviors, and health behavior change. She is also Clinical Assistant Professor in the…
 
Somehow, summertime media is special. Or at least, we seem to think it is. We have summertime blockbusters. We have summertime beach reads. We have summer TV specials and songs… The post e171. Summertime! Time to Kick Back and Unwind appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Katya Gorecki, Hannah Lee Rogers, Monica Geraffo
 
This talk introduces research on the sign languages of deaf communities: natural, complex human languages, both similar to and different from spoken languages. It includes discussion of sign language and the evolution of human language; sign language and the brain, and sign language acquisition by young children, as well as the history and future o…
 
This week Dr. Kim is talking with Dr. Cassidy Freitas all about postpartum parenting and psychological health. Dr. Cassidy is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in postpartum wellness for the whole family. She hosts the top-rated podcast Holding Space, and offers e-courses for couples preparing for postpartum and for moms who …
 
In today’s pop culture landscape, serialization is everything. TV, movies, novels, comics. Addict people to your ongoing series and hope they keep paying for another installment. Somehow, despite the fact… The post e170. What is Serialization? Tune in next week! appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Katya Gorecki, Hannah Lee Rogers, Wayne Wise
 
Over the winter of 1610-11, a magnificent telescope was built in London. It was almost two metres long, cast in silver and covered with gold. This was the first telescope ever produced in such an extraordinary way, worthy of a great king or emperor. Why was it made, what was its political significance and who was it going to? In this talk, Timon Sc…
 
What does it mean when sports kids are "in" their hindbrain as opposed to their frontal lobe when practicing or competing? Pomai Miyata, a sports performance consultant, sports mom and founder of ICE Mental Game, explains that young athletes are more likely to perform intuitively, "just go for it" and get in the zone if they're in their hindbrain. …
 
This week Dr. Kim is talking with Michelle Tangeman. Michelle Tangeman is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, owner of Thriving.Toddler, co-host of a podcast called Parenting Understood, and mom of two toddlers! Her mission is to set parents up for social/emotional success in toddlerhood and beyond! To lear…
 
Movies are back! After a year and a half of almost total dormancy, movies came back to the American box office, and filmgoers were welcome with the very sophisticated and… The post e169. The Subtle & Sophisticated Highbrow Culture of The Fast & The Furious appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Katya Gorecki, Monica Geraffo
 
J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur (1735-1813) was a farmer as well as a complex thinker of the contradictions of American identity as described in his famous Letters from an American Farmer and, more strikingly, in his French texts which develop his description and analysis of the New World and its peoples. Many readers of his English work have focus…
 
This week's episode is all about understanding addiction. Dr. Kim is talking with Dr. Matt Van Dusen. Matt is a Clinical Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and is nationally certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. He has also worked as a Clinical Director for treatment an…
 
Have you ever noticed how infrequently superheroes in most superhero TV shows and movies actually wear their superhero costumes? It makes sense when you think about it. Superhero costumes are… The post e168. Time to Stop Wearing Underwear on the Outside appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Wayne Wise, Monica Geraffo
 
Dr. Turner, a first-generation college student, is a Louisiana native (born and raised in Baton Rouge) who discovered his interest in psychology later in his undergraduate career while attending Louisiana State University (LSU). He originally had plans to become a pediatrician and go to medical school but after taking a child psychology course, he …
 
All of us like to come out on top whether it's in competitive sports or even just the day-to-day game that we call life. What does it take to win—and how can we apply these insights from a battle on the gridiron to our next meeting at work? Coach Tom Annett from Korah Collegiate delivers battle-tested wisdom and stories in the show's season two fin…
 
Goods and possessions offer us ways into understanding how late medieval people saw the world and their position in it. In this talk, Christopher Woolgar discusses objects of daily life, their significance and the meaning of material culture (what we might understand as ‘people’s stuff') in late medieval England, to reveal changes in mentality that…
 
Sports kids may feel anxious about changing the routines they developed during the COVID pandemic, says Elizabeth Englander, a Ph.D psychologist, researcher, professor and author of "The Insanely Awesome Post-Pandemic Playbook." However, playing sports is a good way to transition to normal life, she says. She gives tips for helping sports kids make…
 
After last week’s primer on the male gaze, we wanted to spend some time thinking about the ways in which it could be complicated. What happens when we try to… The post e167. Considering the Fanboy Gaze appeared first on The VoxPopcast.Mav, Wayne Wise, Katya Gorecki, Matt Linton
 
It's easy as moms to fall into a rut. This week Dr. Kim is talking with Dr. Jennifer Blossom about overcoming that mom rut. If mom life, and this past year in particular have you feeling like you're in a rut, this is the episode for you! Jennifer Blossom is a boy mom of two, occupational therapist, and CEO/Founder of Blossoming Moms - a digital wel…
 
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