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    • 3.7 • 19 Ratings

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.

    JBP - The Psychology of Self-Hatred and Self-Defeat: Towards a Reclamation of the Afrikan Mind

    JBP - The Psychology of Self-Hatred and Self-Defeat: Towards a Reclamation of the Afrikan Mind

    In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen talks with Dr. DeReef F. Jamison about his recent JBP book review, "The Psychology of Self-Hatred and Self-Defeat: Towards a Reclamation of the Afrikan Mind."

    • 12 min
    “One Minute for Your Mind”: The Development, Implementation, and Application of Our Mental Health Minute

    “One Minute for Your Mind”: The Development, Implementation, and Application of Our Mental Health Minute

    In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen is joined by discusses the new JBP article, "'One Minute for Your Mind': The Development, Implementation, and Application of Our Mental Health Minute," with co-authors Shawn C. T. Jones, Riana Elyse Anderson.

    • 19 min
    JBP Call for Papers on Black Women's Body Image: Implications for Identity Formation and Well-Being

    JBP Call for Papers on Black Women's Body Image: Implications for Identity Formation and Well-Being

    In this special CFP installment of the JBP podcast series, Drs. Danielle Dickens and Dionne Stephens discuss the call for papers on "Black Women's Body Image: Implications for Identity Formation and Well-Being."

    • 13 min
    Incorporating a Race Salience Subscale Into the Cross Racial Identity Scale (CRIS)

    Incorporating a Race Salience Subscale Into the Cross Racial Identity Scale (CRIS)

    In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen is joined by Dr. Frank C. Worrell, lead author of the recently published JBP article, "Incorporating a Race Salience Subscale Into the Cross Racial Identity Scale (CRIS)," co-authored by Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, Beverly J. Vandiver, Peony E. Fhagen, and William E. Cross, Jr.

    • 16 min
    Toward a Culturally Specific Spirituality for Black Sexual Minority Men

    Toward a Culturally Specific Spirituality for Black Sexual Minority Men

    In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen talks with Dr. Jonathan Mathias Lassiter on his recently published JBP article, "Toward a Culturally Specific Spirituality for Black Sexual Minority Men," co-authored by Russell Brewer and Leo Wilton.

    • 16 min
    CDP - Stress Reactivity: What Pushes Us Higher, Faster, and Longer—and Why It Matters

    CDP - Stress Reactivity: What Pushes Us Higher, Faster, and Longer—and Why It Matters

    Join Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, author of the Current Directions in Psychological Science article "Stress Reactivity: What Pushes Us Higher, Faster, and Longer—and Why It Matters," for a discussion with the editor.

    • 17 min

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19 Ratings

19 Ratings

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Relationship Matters

I generally enjoy this podcast because it introduces new research in an approachable way. However, I find the host of relationship matters sexist and immature. In the podcast titled "Pillow Talk," he interrupted the author to interject whether oxytocin makes people cuddle. He and his cohost also could not move on from buzz words like "testosterone" and "orgasm." And at the conclusion of the podcast when the author invited further questions, he seemed disengaged and then belittled her by closing with "bye-bye." Pretty sure she's a grown woman and an academic scholar, not a baby. Don't infantalize women. I highly doubt this would have occurred with a male author.

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