Psychology Summer Institute: MHSAS – Minority Fellowship Program

MFP had come to our university. I’d never heard of MFP, didn’t know what MFP was They needed a volunteer to share a little bit about their research and I said, “Hey I’ll go!” And I got to do about a five or seven minute snippet and I’m introduced to this entire world of minority …

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Speaking of Psychology – Understanding Perceptions of Online Risks with Emma Williams, PhD (SOP61)

Speaking of Psychology – Understanding Perceptions of Online Risks with Emma Williams, PhD (SOP61)

hello and welcome to speaking of psychology a podcast produced by the American Psychological Association I’m your host Kim Mills speaking of psychology is a podcast for anyone with an interest in the science of psychology we talk to psychological researchers practitioners and educators about any and every aspect of psychology and its application to …

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“This Is Psychology” Episode 2: Mental health of children

“This Is Psychology” Episode 2: Mental health of children

>>NORMAN ANDERSON: Hello, and welcome to “This is Psychology.” I’m Dr. Norman Anderson, CEO of the American Psychological Association. Today, I want to talk about new research into the mental health of very young children, and the need for better diagnosis and care. Contrary to popular belief, infants and toddlers can suffer serious mental health …

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How to stand up for psychological science

How to stand up for psychological science

>>NARRATOR: The greatest thing you can bring to Capitol Hill is your message. More than a piece of paper, it’s your research, your experience, your perspective, your voice. And when legislators hear your message, amazing things begin to happen. After all, your message to Congress proved that tobacco companies were hiding the truth. That juries …

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What are the Top 10 Trends in Psychology for 2020

What are the Top 10 Trends in Psychology for 2020

Here’s your countdown for the top 10 Trends in Psychology in 2020. Ten – Academia is Going High Tech. New technologies are improving psychology education and helping researchers share their findings more broadly. Nine – Pioneering New Ways to Protect Privacy. With more psychologists work going digital, psychologists are developing new strategies to protect users …

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Speaking of Psychology – Using Psychology for Pain Relief & Opioid Reduction w/ Beth Darnall (SOP67)

Speaking of Psychology – Using Psychology for Pain Relief & Opioid Reduction w/ Beth Darnall (SOP67)

Hello and welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast produced by the American Psychological Association. I’m your host Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by Dr. Beth Darnall, a clinical professor at Stanford University, whose research focuses on how to best treat and prevent chronic pain, as well as strategies for opioid use reduction. Welcome, Dr. Darnall. …

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Speaking of Psychology – Giving Away Psychology in the Digital Age with Ali Mattu, PhD (SOP72)

Speaking of Psychology – Giving Away Psychology in the Digital Age with Ali Mattu, PhD (SOP72)

Hello and welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast produced by the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by Dr. Ali Mattu, a clinical psychologist at the Columbia University Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders. He’s also the host of a YouTube series called The Psych Show, where he’s been explaining …

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Speaking of Psychology – The Science of Dreaming with Deirdre Barrett, PhD (SOP71)

Speaking of Psychology – The Science of Dreaming with Deirdre Barrett, PhD (SOP71)

Welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast from the American Psychological Association. I’m your host Kaitlin Luna. Our guest for this episode is Dr. Deirdre Barrett, a psychologist and scholar of dreams who’s on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s Behavioral Medicine Program. She’s the editor of the journal Dreaming and has written several books …

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Psychologists Address Climate Change: Special Report with Kim Mills

Psychologists Address Climate Change: Special Report with Kim Mills

Hello and welcome to a special episode of Speaking of Psychology, a podcast from the American Psychological Association that explores the connections between psychological science and everyday life. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. This special episode features a report by APA’s Kim Mills, who attended the first-ever International Summit on Psychology’s Contributions to Global Health …

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Speaking of Psychology – How to Cope with Political Discussions & Keep it Civil this Holiday Season

Speaking of Psychology – How to Cope with Political Discussions & Keep it Civil this Holiday Season

Welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast from the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by two guests — we have Dr. Lynn Bufka, associate executive director for research and policy at APA and an APA fellow and we have Dr. Jeanne Safer, an APA fellow who has been in private …

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