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Psychology and Stuff is the podcast for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology program and includes discussions with experts on a wide range of topics in psychology.

Psychology and Stuff is the podcast for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology program and includes discussions with experts on a wide range of topics in psychology.
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United States

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Psychology and Stuff is the podcast for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology program and includes discussions with experts on a wide range of topics in psychology.

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English

Contact:

920-465-2322


Episodes

Introducing Canonball

9/13/2019
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In this special preview episode, Chuck and Ryan introduce the Canonball podcast, where they'll talk about "the canon" and plans for the show going forward. Future episodes will include discussions with experts on "great works" from literature, to paintings, to video games, to film, and more. Check back soon for full episodes!

Duration:00:23:53

Episode 75: Culture and Stigma (with Dr. Elif Ikizer)

9/12/2019
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Psychology and Stuff is back for Season 5 with an episode on culture and stigma with UW-Green Bay social psychologist, Dr. Elif Ikizer.

Duration:00:33:06

Episode 74: LIVE Fantasy Psychology Draft

5/9/2019
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What happens when our faculty and students get together for a fantasy psychologist draft? Also, what’s a fantasy psychologist draft? Find out in the latest (live) episode of Psychology and Stuff. Listen to the episode and pick your winner in the poll at: http://blog.uwgb.edu/uwgbpsych/draftparty/

Duration:00:44:04

Episode 73: The Opioid Crisis with Janet Reilly

4/30/2019
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Our host, Ryan Martin is joined by Janet Reilly, a family Nurse Practitioner and Chair of MSN, Leadership & Management in Health Systems here at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. In this episode, they cover the opioid crisis- what it is, the potential causal mechanisms, and even the history of drug abuse!

Duration:00:20:46

Episode 72: An Inside Look at Inside Out

4/9/2019
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In this fun episode, Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by students Taylor Gulbrand, Roz Stoa, and Paige Richardson to discuss the film "Inside Out!" They cover their likes and dislikes of the movie, its connections to psychology, stereotypes, and the relatable aspects of the film!

Duration:00:32:24

Episode 71: The Bobo Doll Study, Part 3: The Effects

3/28/2019
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In this last episode of our special series on the Bobo Doll Study, Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk with three different guests about the lasting implications of this study. Ryan talks emotional development, Dr. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges talks conservation behaviors, Dr. Regan A.R. Gurung talks health behaviors, and Dr. Sawa Senzaki discusses the cross-cultural implications of Bandura's work. This episode is the final part of a three-part series on this famous line of...

Duration:00:40:35

Episode 70: The Bobo Doll Study, Part 2: The Fallout

3/27/2019
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There are two segments in this episode where Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk about the fallout from Bandura's most famous work. In the first segment, they talk with Dr. Kris Vespia about what the field of psychology was like in the 1950s and 60s, and why this study was such a big deal. In segment two, Dr. Regan A.R. Gurung joins the show to discuss the time he and Ryan had dinner with Dr. Albert Bandura and talked about what it was like to publish such an important...

Duration:00:51:04

Episode 69: The Bobo Doll Study, Part 1: The Original

3/26/2019
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Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk with Dr. Kate Burns about the 1961 study, Transmission of Aggression Through Imitation of Aggressive Models (aka "the bobo doll study") by Bandura, Ross, and Ross. This episode is part one of a three-part series on this famous line of research. The series is part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psychology Week, brought to you by Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Duration:00:33:01

Episode 68: 2019 PSI Talks (LIVE)

3/25/2019
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In this episode Dr. Ryan Martin talks with all five 2019 PSI Talks Speakers: Cory Rauch, Sophia M. Sielen, Rachael Smith, Rosalyn Stoa, Morgan Storkson, and Shayla Warren. Each gives a brief explanation of their topics along with how they became interested in them. The PSI Talks are part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psychology Week, brought to you by Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Duration:00:28:25

Episode 67: Stereotyping and Biases with Dr. Will Cox

3/13/2019
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In episode 67, Dr. Martin is joined by Dr. Will Cox from the University of Wisconsin - Madison to discuss his research surrounding stereotyping and biases. The work done in Dr. Cox's lab focuses on understanding and weakening narrow thinking, as well as the mechanisms that sustain stereotypes and prejudice.

Duration:00:34:44

Episode 66: The Importance of Sleep with Dr. Jason Cowell

3/7/2019
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In this interesting episode, Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by Dr. Jason Cowell to discuss sleep. They cover how to get healthy sleep, what happens if you don't get enough, and why this topic is important.

Duration:00:49:31

Episode 65: Camp Lloyd with Dr. Illene Cupit

2/20/2019
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In this new episode, host Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by Dr. Illene Cupit and students Taylor Gulbrand and Hannah Roffers. Throughout the episode, they share information and experiences surrounding Camp Lloyd. Camp Lloyd is a day camp for children grieving the loss of a loved one, where they learn the normality of grief and have a fun week with peers!

Duration:00:29:45

UW-Green Bay Psychology Week: March 25th-29th, 2019

2/15/2019
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Join us in person or online for UW-Green Bay Psychology Week (March 25th-29th, 2019). A full week educational opportunities, fun events, videos, podcasts, and more. Learn about our first ever Psychology Week at https://www.uwgb.edu/psychweek/

Duration:00:00:58

Episode 64 (LIVE): Psychology and Pop Culture... Again

12/21/2018
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In this LIVE episode, Ryan talks with Dr. Jenell Holstead, Dr. Christine Smith, and Taylor Gulbrand about their favorite books, movies, and TV shows related to psychology.

Duration:00:38:48

Episode 63: EPIC and Psychology for Life

12/10/2018
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In this cross-over episode, Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by Dana Melone, a teacher at Kennedy High School and host of High School Psych for Life. Listen in as they discuss how they entered into the field, their favorite topics to teach, and skills you gain as a Psychology student.

Duration:00:39:22

Episode 62: Circadian Rhythms, Glioblastoma, and Timing in Research(with Lorenzo Lones)

11/20/2018
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In this episode, our host Ryan Martin is joined by guest and UW-Green Bay alum, Lorenzo Lones. Listen in as they discuss circadian rhythms and glioblastoma, how the present research is conducted, and Lorenzo's recent TEDx talk. If you have yet to hear Lorenzo's full story, make sure to check out his Psi Talk, titled "Timing is Everything."

Duration:00:29:41

Episode 61 (LIVE): Scary Movies

11/1/2018
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How do you feel about scary movies? In this special LIVE episode, Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by Dr. Jason Cowell and student Sammy Alger-Feser to discuss scary movies. They dive into their feelings on the genre, common physiological reactions, and why people may or may not choose to watch them!

Duration:00:44:03

Episode 60: Super-Villains on the Couch (with Bryan Carr and Chuck Rybak)

10/18/2018
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This special LIVE episode was part of the Brown County Library's 3rd annual Comic-Con! In this cross-over episode our host, Ryan Martin, joins forces with Bryan Carr from Serious Fun and Dr. Chuck Rybak to talk about some of your favorite super-villains. Listen in as they discuss the psychology, mental health, and background of super-villains such as Lex Luthor, Killmonger, and the infamous pairing of the Joker and Harley Quinn!

Duration:00:58:08

Episode 59: Schizophrenia and the Brain

10/4/2018
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In this episode, Drs. Ryan Martin and Jason Cowell, along with student guest Alie Klein, talk Schizophrenia. Listen in as they discuss symptoms of Schizophrenia, genetic and environmental influences, and the neural underpinnings of clinical disorders. Call and leave us a message at (920)328-5167! We'd love to hear your thoughts, comments, and ideas. Your message may even be featured in a future episode!

Duration:00:39:16

Episode 58: Motivation and Sport Psychology(with Dr. Alan Chu)

9/19/2018
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In this first episode of season 4, Drs. Ryan Martin and Alan Chu delve into the world of Sport Psychology. Discussion covers a variety of aspects within the discipline- from mental health to performance excellence.

Duration:00:28:20