In this podcast, we’ll delve into the depths of human experiences that challenge our understanding of reality. From fascinating psychological disorders and intriguing cognitive biases to the realms of the supernatural and the unexplained, we’ll examine the intricate workings of the human mind and the peculiar ways it interprets the world around us. My goal is to foster a deeper understanding of these phenomena and explore the underlying psychological mechanisms that drive them. Through discussions, analysis, and thought-provoking conversations, I’ll seek to demystify the strange and offer a new lens through which to perceive the human experience. I’ll delve into topics such as delusions, hallucinations, supernatural beliefs, extraordinary experiences, and much more. By examining these intriguing aspects of human psychology, I hope to shed light on the wonders and complexities of the human mind. So, if you’re ready to embark on this captivating journey into the unknown recesses of the h... more
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This absolutely my favorite podcast! I can not wait for each new episode to drop!!!!
This is a great show. Well done!
The Psychology of the Strange, hosted by the brilliant Tara, is an absolute gem for anyone fascinated by the intricacies of the human mind. Tara's passion for psychology shine through in each episode, making it a delightful and thought-provoking listening experience. more
I am passionate about Learning human psychology and this podcast offers great insights about human mind and psychology. It is a great show
Such a unique show and really makes me think!
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