137 episodes

Psychology and Stuff is a podcast out of Phoenix Studios at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and hosted by Dr. Ryan Martin and Dr. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenge. It includes interviews with psychologists on a host of psych-related topics and... of course... other stuff.

Psychology and Stuff UW-Green Bay Psychology Department

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    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

Psychology and Stuff is a podcast out of Phoenix Studios at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and hosted by Dr. Ryan Martin and Dr. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenge. It includes interviews with psychologists on a host of psych-related topics and... of course... other stuff.

    Episode 122: Can VR increase our empathy? A discussion with Dr. Alison Jane Martingano

    Episode 122: Can VR increase our empathy? A discussion with Dr. Alison Jane Martingano

    In this episode, Ryan and Georjeanna chat with UW-Green Bay's new psychology professor, Dr. Alison Jane Martingano, about her fascinating research on the complex ways that technology, including virtual reality, impacts empathy.

    • 32 min
    Episode 121: Why use the word “yet”? A Discussion of Growth Mindset

    Episode 121: Why use the word “yet”? A Discussion of Growth Mindset

    In this first episode of Season 8, Ryan and Georjeanna talk with Educational Psychologist and UW-Green Bay Assistant Teaching Professor Macrae Husting about the growth in popularity of Dr. Carol Dweck’s concept of The Growth Mindset. We talk about how this powerful shift in thinking helps people persevere in challenging situations and, as heard in Dweck's powerful TED Talk, the power of adding the word “yet” to our everyday vocabulary.

    • 36 min
    Episode 120: How to Support Your Grieving Friends and Loved Ones (with Dr. Illene Cupit)

    Episode 120: How to Support Your Grieving Friends and Loved Ones (with Dr. Illene Cupit)

    In our final episode of the season, Ryan and Georjeanna talk with thanatologist and fellow UWGB professor, Dr. Illene Cupit, about ways we can better support people who are grieving. We learn some valuable tips on how to talk with and support people through the bereavement journey.

    • 46 min
    Episode 119: Trauma, Anxiety, Empathy, and Sex. Celebrating Some Student Research

    Episode 119: Trauma, Anxiety, Empathy, and Sex. Celebrating Some Student Research

    In this episode we highlight UWGB undergraduate research being presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting in April 2022. Hear all about the fascinating studies our students are presenting on topics such as early childhood trauma and anxiety related to empathy, ways to measure anxiety and depression in preclinical studies with mice, and an exploration of unsolicited sexually explicit images and messages.

    • 45 min
    Episode 118: Talking Feelings on TikTok. Social Media Scholarship (w/ Dr. Ryan Martin)

    Episode 118: Talking Feelings on TikTok. Social Media Scholarship (w/ Dr. Ryan Martin)

    In this episode we feature our very own co-host, Dr. Ryan Martin, in a discussion about triumphs and pitfalls of using TikTok and other social media platforms to share psychological science with a huge audience.

    • 35 min
    Episode 117: What is Industrial/Organizational Psychology? (w/Jenene Calloway)

    Episode 117: What is Industrial/Organizational Psychology? (w/Jenene Calloway)

    In this episode, our hosts talk with Jenene Calloway, the Vice President of Talent Management and Chief Diversity Officer at Schreiber Foods Inc., about Industrial/Organizational Psychology. We discuss the ways work is changing and how I/O Psychology can play a part in success in the world of work.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

@RLeviNelson ,

Thank You Dr. Martin!

As a current doctoral student in sport and performance psychology I recently came accross this podcast and was blown away. Psychology and Stuff is produced in a way that makes it enjoyable to listen to and also full of excellent insight and information. Thank you Dr. Martin for what you are doing with your platform and continue to positively impact this world through Love, Effort, Attitude and Discipline (LEAD).

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