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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

Reflections on Voluntary Assisted Dying in Victoria

9/18/2019
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The October 2019 Australasian Psychiatry podcast features an interview with Professor Christopher Ryan of Westmead Hospital, and Professor David Copolov of Monash University, to discuss Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD). The conversation took place the day after their involvement in a panel discussion on the topic at the RANZCP Congress in Cairns. The discussion starts with the difference between VAD and Physician Assisted Dying, and explores the ramifications of the legislation allowing VAD in...

Duration:00:18:59

JCA Podcast with Nadya Fouad

8/13/2019
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In this episode of the Journal of Career Assessment podcast series, JCA Editor Ryan Duffy interviews Journal of Vocational Behavior Editor Nadya Fouad about her career path. They also discuss Fouad's new article in JCA, "Turning Around to Look Ahead: Views of Vocational Psychology in 2001 and 2019," co-authored by Michael B. Kozlowski.

Duration:00:52:09

Indigenous Psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand

7/3/2019
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It has been more than 50 years since the Referendum changing the Australian constitution to extend full citizenship and the right to vote to Indigenous Australians, and New Zealand was a trailblazer in extending the vote both to women and to Maori people in the 19th Century. Nevertheless, every few years we face a new reminder that the Indigenous people of both countries still face significant barriers in most of the areas contributing to general health and wellbeing like the Uluru Statement...

Duration:00:20:49

Autism Matters Podcast Number 28

6/20/2019
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Robyn Steward interviews Dora Raymaker and Christina Nicolaidis, co-founders of AASPIRE, to discuss their practice-based guidelines for the inclusion of autistic adults in research as co-researchers and study participants.

Duration:00:24:15

JCA Podcast with Lisa Flores

5/29/2019
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In this episode of the Journal of Career Assessment podcast series, JCA Editor Ryan Duffy interviews Journal of Career Development Editor Lisa Flores about how she entered the field of vocational psychology. They also discuss Flores's new article in JCA, "Something Old and Something New: Future Directions in Vocational Research with People of Color in the United States," co-authored by Leticia Martinez, Gloria McGillen, and Johanna Milord.

Duration:00:50:14

Relationship Matters 94 “A labor of love? Emotion work in intimate relationships

5/28/2019
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Rebecca M. Horne (University of Toronto, Canada) discusses her research on emotional labor, gender, and the type of work that sustains relationships. Posted June 2019. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:17:23

Trainee welfare: psychiatrist, heal thyself?

5/15/2019
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The conditions facing medical trainees in general, and psychiatric trainees in particular, have changed dramatically in the last several decades. Reforms to working hours and conditions have been driven by concern that fatigued and stressed doctors make more mistakes; while traditionalists worry that less time working and less intense work retard the accumulation of true expertise.

Duration:00:10:32

Exploring Identity-Safety Cues and Allyship Among Black Women Students in STEM Environments

5/9/2019
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In this episode of the Psychology of Women Quarterly podcast series, Editor Mary Brabeck discusses the methodology and findings of Dr. India Johnson's recently published PWQ article, "Exploring Identity-Safety Cues and Allyship Among Black Women Students in STEM Environments".

Duration:00:10:10

Relationship Matters

5/1/2019
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Relationship Matters 93 “Avoidant and defensive: Adult attachment and quality of apologies”

Duration:00:18:41

Relationship Matters 92 “A problem shared is not a family halved - does sharing the same concerns help prevent divorce?”

4/1/2019
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Dr Ellen Stephenson (University of British Columbia, Canada) discusses her article ‘A 20 prospective study of marital separation and divorce in step families: Appraisals of family stress as predictors’. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:13:17

Perinatal psychiatry: landing safely without a parachute

3/27/2019
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In the April 2019 Australasian Psychiatry podcast Professor Phillip Boyce, Professor of Psychiatry at Sydney University speaks about the unique opportunities involved in the practice of perinatal psychiatry, as well as the barriers to research. The interview covers articles in the April issue which: advocate for increased numbers of Australian mother-baby units; demonstrate that pregnant women do not receive enough information about psychotropic medications; and reveal that as many as 50% of...

Duration:00:10:34

Autism Matters Podcast Number 27

3/22/2019
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Robyn Steward interviews Dr Sarah Cassidy from The University of Nottingham about her study ‘‘People like me don’t get support’: Autistic adults’ experiences of support and treatment for mental health difficulties, self-injury and suicidality’. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here

Duration:00:27:37

Relationship Matters 91 “Do smartphones disconnect parents from connecting with their children?”

3/13/2019
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Kostadin Kushlev (University of Virginia, USA) discusses his research which investigated whether spending time on smartphones distracts parents from connecting with their children. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:17:00

Slow crisis in the emergency department: bed block and human rights

2/11/2019
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The February 2019 podcast is an interview with Professor Tarun Bastiampillai, Professor of Psychiatry at the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University in Adelaide. Professor Bastiampillai is co-author of the Australasian Psychiatry article “Widespread emergency department access block: a human rights issue in Australia?”, which analyses the factors underlying the different standards applied to emergency psychiatric and emergency health care in emergency departments. The...

Duration:00:09:59

Relationship Matters 90 “Does Michelangelo care about age?”

1/29/2019
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Janina Larissa Bühler (University of Basel, Switzerland) explains the Michelangelo Phenomenon and her research which explores how this framework is effected by age, looking at it across the adult life-span. Posted Feb 2019. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:14:43

JCA Podcast with David Blustein

1/14/2019
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In this inaugural episode of the Journal of Career Assessment podcast series, JCA Editor Ryan Duffy interviews David Blustein (Boston College) about his own career path and the seminal work he's done in counseling and vocational psychology.

Duration:00:37:54

Relationship Matters 89 “Parenting Goals”

1/10/2019
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Bonnie M. Le (University of Toronto, Canada) discusses her research which found links between the pursuit of different parenting goals and relationship quality and the child’s emotional well-being and responsiveness . Posted Jan 2019. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:15:13

Autism Matters Podcast Number 26

11/29/2018
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Robyn Steward interviews Liz Pellicano and Damian Milton about participatory research methods and how they can shape the approaches and outcomes of research for the better.

Duration:00:32:32

Autism Matters Podcast Number 25

11/29/2018
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Robyn Steward discusses ‘The prevalence of autistic traits in a homeless population’ with one of the authors Alasdair Churchyard (UCL).

Duration:00:18:58

Relationship Matters 88 “Adolescents’ Conceptualizations of Kindness and its Links with Well-being”

11/28/2018
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Jessica Cotney (University of Sussex, UK) explains her research to understand the conceptualizations of kindness from six focus groups with 11-16 year olds. Posted Dec 2018. Read the associated article here.

Duration:00:15:13