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42 minutes | 3 days ago
Episode 106: The Psychology of Hope
In this final episode of the season, Georjeanna and Ryan share research on hope, resiliency, and happiness and discuss it in the context of the covid19 pandemic. They end on a positive note when listeners call in to share what’s giving them hope.
43 minutes | 17 days ago
Episode 105: The Animal Passions of Phineas Gage (w/Dr. Jason Cowell)
Ryan and Georjeanna bring in their brain guy, Dr. Jason Cowell, to talk through the story of Phineas Gage, the railway supervisor who lost his head over an employee's mistake.
46 minutes | a month ago
Episode 104: Art, Ecology, and Psychology - A Celebration of Earth Week (w/Kristy Deetz)
In this episode, we talk with artist and UW-Green Bay faculty member Kristy Deetz about art, ecology, and psychology as we celebrate Earth Week. We delve into this year's Earth Day theme "Restore Our Earth" to uncover how art can help motivate us to be more ecologically-minded, and how art might just be able to heal us and our planet. We were inspired by some of Kristy's amazing eco-art including her series titled, Earth Texts. See her website for more of her awesome art at https://kristydeetz.com/ *Episode Note: John Sabraw extracts toxic drainage from abandoned coal mines. The iron oxide he extracts is used to create a series of colors by Gamblin paint company called Reclaimed Earth.
47 minutes | a month ago
Episode 103: The Psychology of Humor (w/Dr. Lucy Arendt)
In our April Fool’s Day themed episode, Georjeanna and Ryan talk with St. Norbert Business Professor and humor expert, Dr. Lucy Arendt, about the psychology of humor. They tackle big questions like, when is humor healthy? When is it unhealthy? And can a meatball be eaten as a hand fruit?
58 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 102: High School Psychology
Join us as we chat with two fabulous high school psychology teachers. Jason Baudhuin and Adam Wiskerchen join us to talk about what they like about teaching psychology to high school students, their favorite topics, and what they are most proud of. One of their alum, Paige Anderson- now a UWGB Psychology major, joins us to talk about how her high school psychology experience shaped her current interests.
49 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 101: When We Return to Travel (with Jemma Lund)
In this episode, we talk with Jemma Lund, Study Abroad Program Manager for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, about what it will be like for people to return to travel following the covid-19 pandemic. Jemma discusses how study abroad, in particular, can be a transformative experience and some of the ways that students can benefit.
56 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 100: The Most Important Thing from Psychology (LIVE)
For our 100th episode, Georjeanna and Ryan talk with five Psychology and Stuff All-Stars about the one thing they want the world to know about psychology. Guests are Drs. Bryan Carr, Jason Cowell, Regan Gurung, Chris Smith, and Kris Vespia.
53 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode: 99: Why We Get Mad (LIVE, w/Dr. Ryan Martin)
What is anger, when is it a problem, and how can you use it for good? Georjeanna and Ryan kick off 2021 with a discussion of Ryan’s new book, Why We Get Mad: How to Use Your Anger for Positive Change. They take questions from a live, virtual audience and Ryan unpacks some examples of pet peeves provided by fans of the show.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 98: Sustainability in Psychology (LIVE) (W/ Dr. Wilson-Doenges)
In this amazing sustainability-themed episode we interview the host your know and love, Georjeanna, LIVE from the Common CAHSS conference at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay! You won't want to miss our upcycling of classic games at the end of this episode!
40 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 97: Sports Exercise and Performance Psychology (w/ Three SEP Students)
In this episode, our amazing hosts interview three students from the new sports exercise and performance psychology graduate program at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay. You won't want to miss this inside information!
49 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 96: Gamification (w/ Dr. Case & Dr. Williams)
In this amazing companion episode to the canonball podcast, our hosts discuss the world of gamification. Check out the canonball episode here! https://cahsseffect.org/canonball/canonball-episode-21-canonical-board-games-w-dr-juli-case-and-dr-chris-mccallister-williams/
45 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 95: Being a Leader and Running A Successful Business (W/ Steve Baue)
In this episode we had the great pleasure of sitting down will Steve Baue, President and CEO of ERC a premier mental health service and benefits company. He teaches us about how psychology relates to the work he does. Do not miss this inspiring episode!
35 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 94: Race and Racism in the College Classroom by Cyndi Kernahan (Professor Book Club)
A group of professors from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay joins our hosts for a book club inspired episode to discuss the book by Cindi Kernahan, Race and Racism in the College Classroom. Additionally, Cindi herself joins us to answer questions about the book and her experience at large.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 93: The Secrets of Interviews (w/ Allen Huffcutt)
In our amazing third episode of the season, we had the pleasure of speaking to Dr. Allen Huffcutt. He sheds light on the psychology of interviews and how psychology has a part to play in business and the world at large. You do not want to miss this episode!
37 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 92: Sport and Performance Psychology (w/Dr. Joanna Morrissey)
In our second episode of the season we have the pleasure of sitting down with sport and performance psychologist Dr. Joanna Morrissey of the University of Wisconsin Green Bay psychology program about her research and all things sport and performance psychology. Not to mention how much water you should be drinking!
44 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 91: E-Cigs and Other Drugs (w/Dr. Todd Hillhouse)
In our first episode of the season, Georjeanna and Ryan talk with Dr. Todd Hillhouse of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology program about his research on electronic cigarettes and other drugs of abuse. Plus, we talk about emojis in our new segment, A Positive Note.
43 minutes | 9 months ago
Losing Control: This Feels More Achievable
We’ve spent the series so far talking about what it looks like when we lose control. Join us for our last rage of this special series on Losing Control where we are joined once again by anger and aggression researcher Dr. Brad Bushman. We take this episode to talk about what you can do when you feel like you’re losing your cool. More specifically, we share some advice on not only strategies to use to cool off, but also how anger can be prosocial.
29 minutes | 10 months ago
Losing Control: How Do You Become an Angry, Aggressive Person?
When it comes to anger, is catharsis truly effective or does it just feel good? This week on All the Rage we look at the catharsis theory and talk about what role venting anger through options like rage rooms play in aggression. Dr. Brad Bushman joins us again to explain his research about what happens when we vent our anger.
39 minutes | 10 months ago
Losing Control: Over 30,00 Americans are Killed Every Year
Part four of this special series on losing control. Ryan is joined by guest co-host Taylor Gulbrand, University of Wisconsin Green Bay senior. The two sit down to discuss road rage, their experience as the victim or perpetrator and what research has to say about it. We then hear an interview with Dr. Brad J. Bushman, Professor of Communication and Psychology and Margaret Hall and Robert Randal Rinehart Chair of Mass Communication as he talks us through who is most likely to experience road rage and some potential causes of aggressive driving.
59 minutes | 10 months ago
Losing Control: It's About Anger, Frustration, and Violence
Episode three in this special series is on Mob Violence. Ryan and Chuck start off this episode from the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts at UW-Green Bay with a LIVE segment about “mob violence,” then we hear from Dr. Kate Burns, a Psychology professor at UW-Green Bay, as she takes us through the psychology of groups. We finish this episode with an interview on mob violence with Dr. Lori H. Rosenthal, Associate Dean for the School of Humanities, Education, Justice, and Social Sciences, for Lasell College where she is also an Associate Professor of Psychology.
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