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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Psychology & Psychiatry. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Psychology & Psychiatry. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Psychology & Psychiatry. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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Episodes

"I Became a Lioness": Pathways to Feminist Identity Among Women's Movement Activists

10/19/2018
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In this episode of the Psychology of Women Quarterly podcast series, Editor Mary Brabeck interviews Jennifer Frederick on the published article "'I Became a Lioness': Pathways to Feminist Identity Among Women's Movement Activists." This podcast examines the various pathways to feminist identity and the research methodology she and her co-author, Abigail J. Stewart, employed.

Duration:00:13:34

Relationship Matters 86: “The narrative psychology of love lives”

9/27/2018
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Dr William L. Dunlop (University of California, Riverside) discusses narrative identities and his research on how love-life narratives can indicate personality traits and authenticity in the romantic domain. Posted October 2018. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:17:18

Knowledge gaps and ethical shortcomings of involuntary treatment of mental illness

9/25/2018
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Mental health legislation balances competing aims including patient care, safety, and autonomy, with public expectations of justice, humane treatment, and professional discretion. The difficulty of satisfying all is shown by the recent comment by the United Nations Committee for the Rights of People with Disabilities that all people have legal capacity at all times, leading to the conclusion that involuntary treatment and substitute decision-making are unethical. The October 2018 podcast...

Duration:00:10:00

Relationship Matters 84 “When ‘we’ should be ‘me’”

8/1/2018
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Relationship Matters 84 “When ‘we’ should be ‘me’”: Dr Jessica Borelli (University of California, Irvine) discusses her recent study which sought to discover how good lay people are at perceiving other peoples attachment to previous partners after their breakup with a focus on linguistic cues

Duration:00:15:44

Neuropsychiatry: reclaiming organic illness for psychiatry

7/30/2018
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It has been said that when the organic basis of a mental disease is understood, it ceases to be psychiatry. Discovery of the spirochaete and penicillin emptied the asylums of the victims of tertiary syphilis; understanding the brain’s electrochemical networks delivered epilepsy to neurology; while advances in immunology promise to transform incurable schizophrenia into eminently curable autoimmune encephalitis.

Duration:00:09:30

Relationship Matters podcast 83 “How many hours does it take to make a friend”

6/28/2018
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Relationship Matters podcast 83 “How many hours does it take to make a friend”: Dr Jeffery Hall contextualises and explains his study on the amount of time it takes to increase closeness with people

Duration:00:17:39

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 82 “Through your partner’s eyes: Perspective taking tempers optimism in behaviour predictions”

6/11/2018
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 82 “Through your partner’s eyes: Perspective taking tempers optimism in behaviour predictions”: Dr Johanna Peetz answers questions about her recent research on how considering a partner’s perspective can affect the amount they expect their partner to do for their relationship and how this can improve relationship quality

Duration:00:13:33

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 81 “Nothing ventured, nothing gained: People anticipate more regret from missed romantic opportunities than from rejection”

6/11/2018
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 81 “Nothing ventured, nothing gained: People anticipate more regret from missed romantic opportunities than from rejection”: Dr Samantha Joel talks about her study on the conflict between the anticipated regret from rejection and the anticipated regret of missed opportunities when it comes to decision making for romantic opportunities

Duration:00:10:46

Forensic psychiatry and the autonomy trapdoor

6/5/2018
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The June 2018 podcast features Dr John Kasinathan, Clinical Director of Adolescent Mental Health at Justice, Health, and Forensic Mental Health Network in NSW. Dr Kasinathan suggests that the growing number of mentally ill and intellectually impaired offenders alongside a plateau of public mental health resources may mean that forensic psychiatry in Australasia is at a tipping point. The reasons why the otherwise admirable drive for autonomy underlying the NDIS may be making it more...

Duration:00:08:28

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 80 “Partners’ attachment insecurity predicts greater physiological threat in anticipation of attachment-relevant interactions”

4/30/2018
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 80 “Partners’ attachment insecurity predicts greater physiological threat in anticipation of attachment-relevant interactions”: Dr Brett Peter discusses his study which sought to discover whether anticipating interacting with a partner higher in attachment insecurity predicted greater physiological threat in an emotion regulation context

Duration:00:16:38

PWQ: Sexual Object or Sexual Subject? Media Use, Self-Sexualization, and Sexual Agency Among Undergraduate Women

4/3/2018
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Psychology of Women Quarterly editor Mary Brabeck interviews Dr. Rita Seabrook on the published article "Sexual Object or Sexual Subject? Media Use, Self-Sexualization, and Sexual Agency Among Undergraduate Women." This podcast examines the connection between media use and self-objectification among undergraduate women and Dr. Seabrook explains the findings within her article by illustrating the research methodology she and her co-authors, L. Monique Ward, Petal Grower, Soraya Giaccardi,...

Duration:00:12:23

Therapeutic nihilism and youth suicide

4/3/2018
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The April 2018 podcast features Professor Helen Christensen, Director and Chief Scientist at the Black Dog Institute, a prominent Australian Non-Government Organisation dedicated to the identification, prevention, and treatment of mental illness. Professor Christensen leads the Digital Dog team, which is developing youth-friendly methods for early detection and treatment of mental illness. In the podcast the Black Dog’s innovative approach to health care delivery and ambitious research...

Duration:00:09:36

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 79 “Realistic Love: Contemporary college women’s negotiations of princess culture and the “reality” of romantic relationships”

3/13/2018
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 79 “Realistic Love: Contemporary college women’s negotiations of princess culture and the “reality” of romantic relationships”: Dr Amanda Koontz answers questions about her recent study on the perception of princess culture amongst college-aged women and the possible impact it has on their constructions of romantic relationships

Duration:00:16:14

Addiction Psychiatry and Manufactured Epiphanies‬

2/14/2018
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The February 2018 podcast interviews Dr Mark Daglish, Director of Addiction Psychiatry at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Dr Daglish has been involved in research into the neurochemistry of craving, the role of craving in relapse, and brief interventions for young people presenting to emergency departments with alcohol related injuries. In the podcast the importance of integrated care of patients presenting with addiction across medical, social, legal, and other services, and the...

Duration:00:19:45

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 78 “Depression, emotion regulation and the demand and withdraw pattern during intimate relationship conflict”

2/12/2018
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 78 “Depression, emotion regulation and the demand and withdraw pattern during intimate relationship conflict”: Dr Sarah Holley discusses her paper which investigates the relationship between depression and the demand/withdraw pattern common in conflict in romantic couples.

Duration:00:17:18

Podcast 77

12/18/2017
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Dr Angela Neal talks about how anger builds within a relationship as people project their own attraction towards other people onto their partners’ and how this projection alters their perceptions of their partner’s attraction to others; increasing the perceived threat to the relationship

Duration:00:14:58

Autism Matters 24 “Puzzle Piece"

11/23/2017
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Robyn Steward interviews Kabie Brook about the story behind and the reasons for the recent decision to update the Autism front cover imagery.

Duration:00:12:28

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 76 “Feeling bad when your partner is away”

11/14/2017
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 76 “Feeling bad when your partner is away”: Dr Nathalie Meuwly discusses her recent study which explores the correlation between attachment insecurity and peoples negative cognitions and dysfunctional affect regulation when faced with potential relationship threats

Duration:00:14:56

Relationship Matters Podcast Number 75 “Responses to intimate partners to attempts to change”

11/14/2017
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Relationship Matters Podcast Number 75 “Responses to intimate partners to attempts to change”: Dr Kieran Sullivan talks about her recent paper on her research on the effectiveness of intimate partners’ attempts to influence health behaviour through social control

Duration:00:17:00