"Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
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Recently released CDC data found that teen girls are experiencing startling levels of sadness and violence -- nearly 1 in 3 had seriously considered suicide and 57 percent felt persistently sad or hopeless. The report also found high levels of distre... more
In just a few years, psychedelics have gone from being a symbol of the 1960s counterculture to being touted as highly promising mental health treatments. Dr. Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD, of Johns Hopkins University, talks about whether the research back... more
Hypnosis is more than just a stage trick. Psychologists and other researchers have found that it can be useful in treating pain, anxiety, and a range of other physical and mental health problems. David Patterson, PhD, of the University of Washington,... more
In episode 229 regarding hypnosis, I was surprised to hear the judgment about past life regression. Obviously the host hasn’t read Brian Weiss’ books about this subject or done any other research. This show would be a lot better if the host was objective and didn’t literally laugh at something that they didn’t believe. Incidentally, the guest did not show much of a biased. If the guest can stay neutral, the host definitely can.
They equate people with an active sex life with multiple partners people who are single . I don’t even know how to interpret this. the show definitely shys from addressing the questions it’s title seems to address. I call stuff like that fraud, phony, quack, etc.
I love the content of Speaking of Psychology but boy the audio quality is worse. Particularly this episode “How to learn with Psychology” the guest Rgan sound is ear piercing. Do the audio/ sound editing engineers even pay attention? Maybe The Hidden Brain engineers can help you guys. Please fix it.
Other than psychoanalysis, the rest of psychology is bullshit
I would appreciate if you could devote an episode to the constant stress of the people of the Middle East. What strategies does psychology have to survive in crisis? I wish this science wasn't such a luxury and it had something to say for the people who are constantly facing terrible events and are under more and more pressure from incompetent politicians...#mahsaamini
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Speaking of Psychology launched 10 years ago and published 262 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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