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Psychology In Action Podcast
75 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Season 2, Episode 1: Emotional Regulation & Development with João Guassi Moreira, MA, CPhil
We are back! For Season 2 of the Psychology in Action Podcast, we are interviewing graduate students to discuss their ongoing research and lives at school. For our first episode, we interviewed João Guassi Moreira, MA, CPhil, a soon-to-be doctor working with Dr. Jen Silvers at UCLA. We discuss some of João's awesome projects, his views on mentorship, the future of science, and much more. A great scientist, an even better guy -- this was a treat!
49 minutes | May 11, 2020
Episode 15: Applying Mathematical Models to Disease Spread & Social Contagion with Dr. PJ Lamberson
For our fifteenth episode, we sat down with Dr. PJ Lamberson (UCLA) to discuss mathematical modeling. How does a virus like COVID-19 spread, and what can we do to slow it down? How different is the spread of "viral" information on social media? Dr. Lamberson digs into the nuts and bolts, explaining how we can use models to understand the things that happen in our everyday lives.
56 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
Episode 14: Psychological Effects of COVID-19 with Drs. Diana Tamir, Katie Young, & Livia Tomova
For our fourteenth episode, we sat down with Dr. Diana Tamir (Princeton), Dr. Katie Young (King's College), and Dr. Livia Tomova (MIT) to discuss all things COVID-19. How do our brains process social isolation? How different are our social worlds during this crisis? What are the measurable effects of COVID-19 on our mental health? These researchers are leading the charge -- come hear what they have to say!
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