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Pour yourself a cold one and relax as two underqualified Ph.D. students take you on a journey through the world of Psychology. Psychobabble is a bi-weekly storytelling venture where we tackle the unique, complex, confusing, and potentially controversial topics related to psychology and mental health. Join us as we uncover Psychology’s historic foundations, its iterations in the modern era, and everything imaginable in-between. CHEERS! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychobabble/support

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Pour yourself a cold one and relax as two underqualified Ph.D. students take you on a journey through the world of Psychology. Psychobabble is a bi-weekly storytelling venture where we tackle the unique, complex, confusing, and potentially controversial topics related to psychology and mental health. Join us as we uncover Psychology’s historic foundations, its iterations in the modern era, and everything imaginable in-between. CHEERS! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychobabble/support

    Season 4: Days of Future Past

    Season 4: Days of Future Past

    We're kicking things off on a fresh new season by reflecting on where we've been and where we're going. What have we learned from our summers, our travels, and our new milestones. Thanks for joining us for an exciting new season of THE REAL PSYCHOBABBLE PODCAST!


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    • 59 min
    Analyze This

    Analyze This

    Psychobabble Summer Session: Analyze This

    We're back to babble about the 1999 classic, Analyze This! To our surprise, the mafia dramedy does a fairly decent job of depicting a variety of therapeutic skills. Join us as we cover the skills necessary for therapeutic success with a mafioso, the importance of ethical guidelines, and why it's a bad idea to accept a giant marble fountain from a client. 


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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Racism, Injustice, and Moving Towards Equity: A Conversation

    Racism, Injustice, and Moving Towards Equity: A Conversation

    We are joined by Dr. Marco Barker (Vice Chancellor Diversity & Inclusion; University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Dr. Belinda Hinojos (Staff Psychologist & Training Director; Morningstar Counseling & Consultation), and Blair Baker (School Psychology Doctoral Candidate; University of Indiana-Bloomington) to explore racism in America, systemic injustice, and how we can move forward towards equity.




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    • 1 hr 31 min
    Coronavirus and the Spread of Misinformation

    Coronavirus and the Spread of Misinformation

    We're back to talk about the coronavirus infodemic, a byproduct of the unprecedented uncertainty and anxiety plaguing the world. Why are we seeing an increase in misinformation shared on social media (**and that Plandemic video**). Later, we're joined by Dr. Susan Swearer who weighs in on how we can all become better consumers of scientific information and how to judge the credibility of information found online. 


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    • 1 hr
    Friendships in Adulthood

    Friendships in Adulthood

    Adult friendships are difficult but ultimately rewarding experiences of personal growth and well-being. We're here to babble about our experiences of friendships in adulthood, the hard lessons we've learned along the way, and what the research says about the benefits of social connection. COVID-19 has us reflecting about different aspects of our lives, so we babbled these thoughts in the hopes it helps you do the same. 


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    True Crime Obsessions

    True Crime Obsessions

    Stories of true crime have been a staple of Western media consumption for decades. Books, podcasts, and TV/film tell the countless stories of real people committing real crimes. Why are we drawn to these stories, even when they are so gruesome? What is happening to the brain while we are reading, listening to, or watching true crime stories unfold? We answer those questions and MUCH MORE on this fresh new babble! 

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    • 1 hr 8 min

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