Vaguely Accurate - Science
About This Show
A science broadcasting show interviewing early career researchers. Our goal is to increase exposure of largely unknown research, in science & medicine, by those just beginning their career.
Each episode will feature a guest co-host who will talk about their research, field of study and answer any questions you may have.
We hope that with each show you will feel educated, inspired and enriched with new knowledge and research from science and medicine.
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Most Recent Episode
ECR #23 – Kate Derry: Childhood Narcissism
Kate Derry is a psychology PhD candidate from The University of Western Australia. She currently operates between the UWA campus and various children play centres to conduct her experimentations (don’t panic they are all humane). Kate has tried several university courses before finding her true passion in psychology. Throughout the discussion with Kate we discuss about the two types of narcissism to develop in children, how parenting techniques are likely to lead to these states of mind and how a narcissistic psychological state may impact a child’s behaviour into adolescence and adulthood. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to us, rate & review our show. It really does help. If you would like to feature upon an upcoming episode of Vaguely Accurate please get in contact with us via email@example.com or submit a form upon our website: http://vaguelyaccurate.com Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org http://acepodcasts.com