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Speaking of Psychology

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Speaking of Psychology
Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

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"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.

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: Using Virtual Reality to Train Law Enforcement Officers with Gregory Kratzig, Phd

Gregory Kratzig, PhD, is an adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada and a global expert in simulation-based training, particularly in the world of law enforcement. He has used virtual reality to train first responders to drive emergency vehicles and to help police officers make the best decisions when they're faced with choosing whether to use force. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

18 MIN1 h ago
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Bonus Episode: Using Virtual Reality to Train Law Enforcement Officers with Gregory Kratzig, Phd

Bonus Episode: Your Boss is Watching You. Is that OK? with Dave Tomczak

Do you ever get the feeling at work that you're being watched? To a certain degree you are and it's possible that you will soon be tracked even more closely whether that's through video surveillance, GPS location tracking or Internet monitoring. Our guest is David Tomczak, a product solutions consultant for a global professional services firm and a PhD candidate at The George Washington University. APA is seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposa

19 MIN2 d ago
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Bonus Episode: Your Boss is Watching You. Is that OK? with Dave Tomczak

Does Nostalgia Have a Psychological Purpose? with Krystine Batcho, PhD

What purpose does nostalgia serve? Is it good or bad? Are we more nostalgic today in our hectic, connected world? Is there such a thing as the “good ‘ol days”? Here to help explain is Dr. Krystine Batcho, professor of psychology at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York. She’s an expert on nostalgia and developed the Nostalgia Inventory, a survey that assesses proneness to personal nostalgia. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposal

42 MIN1 w ago
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Does Nostalgia Have a Psychological Purpose? with Krystine Batcho, PhD

Bonus Episode: How Virtual Reality Can Help Detect Racial Bias in Police Shootings with John Tawa, PhD

There's been a great deal of media attention focused on police shootings in recent years. Psychology has long performed research to determine whether racial hostility plays a role in such shootings. Our guest for this episode is John Tawa, PhD, of Mount Holyoke College who has developed a new and perhaps more realistic method for testing the influence of race in such tragic incidents. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

33 MIN1 w ago
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Bonus Episode: How Virtual Reality Can Help Detect Racial Bias in Police Shootings with John Tawa, PhD

Bonus Episode: How a Virtual Buffet Can Help Kids Learn to Eat Better with Susan Persky, PhD

Getting children to eat healthy meals is a challenge many parents face but what if virtual reality could help? Researchers at the National Institute of Health are using new technology to help parents make smarter food choices for their children. Our guest is Susan Persky, PhD, head of the Immersive Virtual Environment Testing Unit where she applies virtual reality to biomedical research. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

23 MIN2 w ago
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Bonus Episode: How a Virtual Buffet Can Help Kids Learn to Eat Better with Susan Persky, PhD

Bonus Episode: The Role of Body and Dash Cams in Policing with Nick Camp, PhD

Cameras are playing a greater role in law enforcement. But how effective are cameras in police encounters? What do they tell us about police-citizen interactions, and do cameras ever lie? Our guest for this episode is Dr. Nick Camp, a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University. His primary research focus examines racial disparities in the everyday encounters between police officers and citizens. APA is seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

17 MIN2 w ago
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Bonus Episode: The Role of Body and Dash Cams in Policing with Nick Camp, PhD

The Psychology of Design

The spaces we are in every day influence our mood and well-being whether we are aware of it or not. Creating spaces to make us feel our best is a hot topic – in community planning, in the office and on HGTV. Sally Augustin, PhD, an environmental psychologist who is a principal at Design with Science, a design consultation firm, discusses how to design spaces to optimize well-being. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

37 MIN3 w ago
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The Psychology of Design

Bonus Episode: Driverless Cars and Body-less Therapy with Arnon Rolnick, PhD

Have you ever wondered why drivers don't get carsick? If you've ever been seasick, are you curious to know what causes it and what, if anything, can be done to stave it off? Dr. Arnon Rolnick spent 20 years as a psychologist in the Israeli Navy developing various methods to improve sailors' performance and well-being under conditions intended to make them seasick. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

27 MIN3 w ago
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Bonus Episode: Driverless Cars and Body-less Therapy with Arnon Rolnick, PhD

The Psychology of Esports with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD

Russell Shilling, PhD, guest host for Speaking of Psychology and Chief Scientific Officer for the American Psychological Association, sits down at APA2019 to talk with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD, to discuss the psychology of esports, the benefits of gaming on higher level cognition, and the culture of video games. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

45 MINOCT 16
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The Psychology of Esports with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD

How Memory Can Be Manipulated

Our memories may not be as reliable as we think. There is the potential for memories to be altered or for completely false memories to be planted, according to Elizabeth Loftus, PhD. Loftus, a distinguished professor at the University of California, Irvine, is an expert on human memory and she discusses how our recollections of events and experiences may be subject to manipulation. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

17 MINOCT 9
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How Memory Can Be Manipulated

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: Using Virtual Reality to Train Law Enforcement Officers with Gregory Kratzig, Phd

Gregory Kratzig, PhD, is an adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada and a global expert in simulation-based training, particularly in the world of law enforcement. He has used virtual reality to train first responders to drive emergency vehicles and to help police officers make the best decisions when they're faced with choosing whether to use force. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

18 MIN1 h ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: Using Virtual Reality to Train Law Enforcement Officers with Gregory Kratzig, Phd

Bonus Episode: Your Boss is Watching You. Is that OK? with Dave Tomczak

Do you ever get the feeling at work that you're being watched? To a certain degree you are and it's possible that you will soon be tracked even more closely whether that's through video surveillance, GPS location tracking or Internet monitoring. Our guest is David Tomczak, a product solutions consultant for a global professional services firm and a PhD candidate at The George Washington University. APA is seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposa

19 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: Your Boss is Watching You. Is that OK? with Dave Tomczak

Does Nostalgia Have a Psychological Purpose? with Krystine Batcho, PhD

What purpose does nostalgia serve? Is it good or bad? Are we more nostalgic today in our hectic, connected world? Is there such a thing as the “good ‘ol days”? Here to help explain is Dr. Krystine Batcho, professor of psychology at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York. She’s an expert on nostalgia and developed the Nostalgia Inventory, a survey that assesses proneness to personal nostalgia. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposal

42 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Does Nostalgia Have a Psychological Purpose? with Krystine Batcho, PhD

Bonus Episode: How Virtual Reality Can Help Detect Racial Bias in Police Shootings with John Tawa, PhD

There's been a great deal of media attention focused on police shootings in recent years. Psychology has long performed research to determine whether racial hostility plays a role in such shootings. Our guest for this episode is John Tawa, PhD, of Mount Holyoke College who has developed a new and perhaps more realistic method for testing the influence of race in such tragic incidents. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: How Virtual Reality Can Help Detect Racial Bias in Police Shootings with John Tawa, PhD

Bonus Episode: How a Virtual Buffet Can Help Kids Learn to Eat Better with Susan Persky, PhD

Getting children to eat healthy meals is a challenge many parents face but what if virtual reality could help? Researchers at the National Institute of Health are using new technology to help parents make smarter food choices for their children. Our guest is Susan Persky, PhD, head of the Immersive Virtual Environment Testing Unit where she applies virtual reality to biomedical research. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

23 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: How a Virtual Buffet Can Help Kids Learn to Eat Better with Susan Persky, PhD

Bonus Episode: The Role of Body and Dash Cams in Policing with Nick Camp, PhD

Cameras are playing a greater role in law enforcement. But how effective are cameras in police encounters? What do they tell us about police-citizen interactions, and do cameras ever lie? Our guest for this episode is Dr. Nick Camp, a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University. His primary research focus examines racial disparities in the everyday encounters between police officers and citizens. APA is seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

17 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: The Role of Body and Dash Cams in Policing with Nick Camp, PhD

The Psychology of Design

The spaces we are in every day influence our mood and well-being whether we are aware of it or not. Creating spaces to make us feel our best is a hot topic – in community planning, in the office and on HGTV. Sally Augustin, PhD, an environmental psychologist who is a principal at Design with Science, a design consultation firm, discusses how to design spaces to optimize well-being. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

37 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Psychology of Design

Bonus Episode: Driverless Cars and Body-less Therapy with Arnon Rolnick, PhD

Have you ever wondered why drivers don't get carsick? If you've ever been seasick, are you curious to know what causes it and what, if anything, can be done to stave it off? Dr. Arnon Rolnick spent 20 years as a psychologist in the Israeli Navy developing various methods to improve sailors' performance and well-being under conditions intended to make them seasick. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more at http://convention.apa.org/proposals

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: Driverless Cars and Body-less Therapy with Arnon Rolnick, PhD

The Psychology of Esports with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD

Russell Shilling, PhD, guest host for Speaking of Psychology and Chief Scientific Officer for the American Psychological Association, sits down at APA2019 to talk with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD, to discuss the psychology of esports, the benefits of gaming on higher level cognition, and the culture of video games. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

45 MINOCT 16
Comments
The Psychology of Esports with Kaitlyn Roose and Shawn Doherty, PhD

How Memory Can Be Manipulated

Our memories may not be as reliable as we think. There is the potential for memories to be altered or for completely false memories to be planted, according to Elizabeth Loftus, PhD. Loftus, a distinguished professor at the University of California, Irvine, is an expert on human memory and she discusses how our recollections of events and experiences may be subject to manipulation. APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals

17 MINOCT 9
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How Memory Can Be Manipulated

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