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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.

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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.

    Bonus Episode: Coronavirus Anxiety (Part 2) with Baruch Fischhoff, PhD

    Bonus Episode: Coronavirus Anxiety (Part 2) with Baruch Fischhoff, PhD

    Turn on any kind of media these days and there’s virtually nothing but COVID-19 coverage. The story is moving as rapidly as the coronavirus itself. To discuss what we should be doing as we learn more about the virus, we have invited back Dr. Baruch Fischhoff. He talks about what we know now that we did not know when he first spoke to SoP and recommends finding trusted sources of information, such as the National Academy of Science.

    APA COVID-19 Resources: http://www.apa.org/covid-19

    • 27 min
    Bonus Episode: Managing Your Mental Health during COVID 19 with Lynn Bufka, PhD

    Bonus Episode: Managing Your Mental Health during COVID 19 with Lynn Bufka, PhD

    The coronavirus has upended our lives, compelling us to stay in our homes, keep our social distance and be wary of everything we touch. Some are teleworking but others have lost jobs. This global pandemic touches everyone and it is causing many of us to feel stress, anxiety and hypervigilance. Our guest, Dr. Lynn Bufka from the APA has helpful advice for coping, adjusting and making our lives as normal and stress-free as possible.

    https://www.apa.org/practice/programs/dmhi/research-information/pandemics

    • 27 min
    Inner Monologues with Ethan Kross, PhD

    Inner Monologues with Ethan Kross, PhD

    You may have heard about the debate on inner monologues. It started from a tweet that said that some people have an internal narrative, and some don’t. What ensued were thousands of comments, retweets and news stories on the topic. People have a lot to say about their inner voices.

    Our guest Dr. Ethan Kross says it’s not exactly that simple. Every healthy person has an inner voice, but how it manifests can vary dramatically from person to person.

    Links
    http://selfcontrol.psych.lsa.umich.edu

    • 40 min
    Psychologically Sound Tips for Better Sleep with Robin Haight, PsyD

    Psychologically Sound Tips for Better Sleep with Robin Haight, PsyD

    Do you remember the last time you woke up during the work week without an alarm clock? When you didn’t need caffeine to get going? If you can’t, you’re certainly not alone. Most of us fall short of the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep nightly and an estimated 50 million to 70 million Americans of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds suffer from sleep-related problems. Our guest, psychologist Robin Haight, PsyD, will give practical tips for getting a good night’s sleep.

    • 37 min
    Sober Curious? with Katie Witkiewitz, PhD

    Sober Curious? with Katie Witkiewitz, PhD

    Drinking is ubiquitous in American culture today, but there is a burgeoning movement in the opposite direction: Sobriety is having a moment in the spotlight. For the sober-curious crowd, this can mean taking a break from alcohol for a set period or it can mean quitting altogether. Either way, according to addiction researcher and psychologist Katie Witkiewitz, PhD, stopping drinking even for a short period can be beneficial.

    • 42 min
    What to Do When You've Been Ghosted with Jennice Vilhauer, PhD

    What to Do When You've Been Ghosted with Jennice Vilhauer, PhD

    Ghosting is a heartbreaking fact in the modern dating world. It’s when a friend or someone you’ve been dating disappears from contact with no explanation. Ghosting can shatter self-esteem and hurt just as much as physical pain. Our guest is psychologist Jennice Vilhauer, PhD, who wrote the popular Psychology Today articles “Why Ghosting Hurts So Much” and “Did the Internet Break Love?”

    • 35 min

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