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Speaking of Psychology

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Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

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"Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
 
Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for the Old 97s, hosts “Wheels Off” a show about the messy reality of the creative life. Conversations with musicians, writers, artists, actors, and comedians about the pivotal moments that shaped their work, what it means to create in a digital age and grapple with the challenges, and the joy, of living a creative life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Fides is pronounced "FEE-DASE" and is Latin for Knowledge, Faith, Truth. This podcast was started to get the truth out there in a world of falsehoods. I release two guest interviews per week and one episode where I go solo. I focus on conservative issues, such as pro-life, pro-freedom, pro-economic freedom, border security, and religious freedom. I will only ever tell you the truth. Guests have included Governor Scott Walker, Alveda King, niece of MLK, Liz Wheeler, actress Ashley Bratcher, a ...
 
The Community Conversations series invites conversation about an historical person, event, or place. Rose Library staff interview guests connected to the archive to engage in conversation that connects the session with our collections. Audiences will learn from the insights of our guests and more about what we do and who we are as an organization and as a profession.
 
Brought to you by the Directors Guild of America, "The Director's Cut" will bring you the behind-the-scenes stories of today's most talked about films. Each episode features a different director interviewed by one of their peers, leading to revealing conversations about the grueling, but rewarding process of bringing their films to life.
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2014

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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2014

Tudor and Stuart Ireland in association with History Hub.ie

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This series features recordings of papers from the 2014 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference which took place from August 29-30 2014 in NUI Maynooth. The conference was generously supported by UCD School of History and Archives, UCD Research, Marsh's Library, Graduate Studies at NUI Maynooth, and the Department of History at NUI Maynooth. 28 papers were recorded for podcasting by Real Smart Media. The podcast series is in association with the History Hub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
An unashamedly Jewish comedy chat show where all are welcome! Jew Talkin' To Me? is hosted by award winning comedians, Rachel Creeger and Philip Simon, and produced by Russell Balkind. Each show features two guests from the entertainment industry sharing their views on a variety of topics connected to modern Jewish life in a secular world, as well as their memories of growing up Jewish. Both Philip and Rachel are well known as Jewish comedians on both the mainstream and community circuit and ...
 
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Bethany Mandel is the Editor at Heroes of Liberty. Heroes of Liberty has published a series of children's books on "true" American heroes, that are also conservative. Books on Rush Limbaugh, Thomas Sowell, Amy Coney Barrett, and many more. Check out these books on www.heroesofliberty.com. You will also want to hear Bethany's story on how she became…
 
André Alexis joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Waiting for Death in a Hotel,” by Italo Calvino, translated, from the Italian, by Martin McLaughlin, which was published in The New Yorker in 2006. Alexis’s novels include “Childhood,” “Days by Moonlight,” and “Fifteen Dogs,” which won the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2015. 2022 © Italo Calvino…
 
Director Theodore Braun discusses his new film, ¡Viva Maestro!, with fellow director Ondi Timoner in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, Braun shares what drew him to the project, his approach to filming biographical documentaries, and how he captured the music of the film in Dolby Atmos.The film is a behind-the-scenes por…
 
More than 4% of people have some form of synesthesia, a neurological condition that causes senses to link and merge. People with synesthesia may taste words, hear colors, or see calendar dates arrayed in physical space. Dr. Julia Simner, a professor of neuropsychology at the University of Sussex in the U.K., discusses the many forms of synesthesia,…
 
Pulitzer-prize winning author Jennifer Egan joins Rhett for an enlightening conversation about writing and making art. Jennifer shares useful insight on how she works, explains why reading aloud helps her understand a story better, and discusses the role that genre plays in her writing. She and Rhett talk about the importance of persistence and why…
 
What were you doing when you were 18 years old? Well, Kaitlyn Ruch is running for the Montana House of Representatives. On top of this she is an advocate for life and a believer in better schools, smaller government, and the second amendment. Age doesn't matter if you are right. Want to make a change in Montana and everywhere else? Start voting on …
 
Borderline personality disorder is one of the most frequently diagnosed personality disorders, and one of the most misunderstood. Carla Sharp, PhD, of the University of Houston, discusses how BPD is diagnosed, defined and treated, how family members can help children and adults with BPD, and how the disorder fits in with researchers’ evolving under…
 
Craig Finn is a Minnesota-bred singer/songwriter based in New York City, best known as the singer of The Hold Steady. He joins Rhett to talk about his podcast, That’s How I Remember It, which is about the connection between memory and creativity. Craig and Rhett discuss the inspiration behind the podcast as well as Craig’s songwriting process, the …
 
Director Kivu Ruhorahoza discusses his new film Father's Day, with fellow director Alex Stapleton at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, Ruhorahoza discusses how the film examines masculinity in the country of Rwanda and his process with working with actors to reveal deeper layers within the characters.Please note: spoilers are inc…
 
In this episode I speak with Ann McElhinney, who has done some unbelievable investigative journalism regarding Dr. Kermit Gosnell. Gosnell is the Philadelphia doctor who was responsible for hundreds, maybe even thousands of deaths through abortion and infanticide. All of his gruesome crimes are documented by Ann in her new podcast. Find it by going…
 
Most parents want to raise their children to be honest adults, so the first time that they catch their child in a lie it may come as an unpleasant surprise. But psychologists’ research has found that lying is a normal part of childhood. In fact, it’s a developmental milestone. Victoria Talwar, PhD, of McGill University, talks about why kids lie, ho…
 
Taylor Goldsmith joins Rhett from his home in Pasadena, CA to discuss the making of Dawes’ new album and the challenges of pushing himself and the band artistically to create something new. Taylor explains why he doesn’t adhere to the ‘rules’ of the music business when it comes to songwriting, how he pushes through negativity, and shares the insigh…
 
In this episode, Henry and I discuss how the left fails in their policy and then blames everything on everyone else. Putin, Covid, Climate, and now gas station owners. They are evil, corrupt and full of Pride and Envy. Oh and we discuss the Hunter Biden laptop and The Big Guy leaving a voicemail to good old Hunter telling him he's in the clear. But…
 
The idea that people have biases that operate below the level of conscious thought is uncomfortable. But decades of research have found that many people who would never consciously agree with prejudiced statements against Black people, LGBTQ people or women can nonetheless harbor implicit biases toward these groups and others. Mahzarin Banaji, PhD,…
 
Richard Edwards is a producer, mixologist, and musician who has been making music professionally for over 15 years. In this episode, Richard discusses the many projects he’s working on, including a new album and a book. Richard and Rhett talk about the challenges of being an independent artist, how the marketing and consumption of music has changed…
 
Savannah Craven has taken her talents to the fight for life and for conservative values. Savannah shares the story of her upbringing with her single mom (an inspiring story), the importance of her Catholic faith, and her passion for ending abortion. She also recorded three songs about Candice Owens, pro-life, and Brandon. You have got to get to kno…
 
Six-time Grammy award winning producer, engineer and mixer Vance Powell joins Rhett to talk about the world of making records, his approach to producing, and how he’s chosen his projects over a 40-year career. Vance shares a few war stories, explains what he means when he says “get your 10,000 hours in”, and why he would tell his 21-year old self t…
 
Perfectionism might seem like a minor hurdle to overcome – or even a welcome personality trait. But perfectionism is different from simply striving for excellence and perfectionistic people are at higher risk for anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders. Perfectionism researcher Gordon Flett, PhD, and clinical psychologist Bonnie Zucke…
 
Andi Buerger was a victim and survivor of abuse at the hands of those that were supposed to love her the most. Now, Andi helps those that are trapped in human trafficking and fights for laws to properly punish those that abuse children. Hear her story of her own abuse, and the too often unknown world of human trafficking.…
 
In a special anniversary discussion, Director Jonathan Lynn discusses his film, My Cousin Vinny, with fellow director Raymond de Felitta in a screening at the DGA theater in New York. In the conversation, hear Lynn discuss the improvised moments, the grueling shoots of the courtroom scenes, and the clever method used to get the shoot with the owl. …
 
In this episode I go it alone....well not completely, but this new format for a weekly show on top of my guest interviews will be released on Wednesdays at 12:00 pm eastern. On this episode, my producer, Henry Larson, helps out, and I do pull in Attorney Thomas Ranieri for some legal thoughts. But we discuss oil prices, gender, abortion and prove t…
 
How much insight do people have into why they behave the way they do? Science journalist Shankar Vedantam, host of the Hidden Brain podcast and author of “Useful Delusions: The Power and Paradox of the Self-Deceiving Brain,” talks about why he is fascinated by the paradoxes of human behavior, what it takes to bring the popular podcast to life, and …
 
Singer-songwriter, actor, and poet John Doe joins Rhett from Austin, TX to talk about the concept record he just released about the pre-industrial U.S., why he enjoys writing high-stakes tales, and the importance of getting bad songs out of the way early in one’s songwriting career. John also discusses the importance of not sweating the “small stuf…
 
Willie Montague is taking his beliefs in God, Family, Faith, and Life to the US Congress. That is the hope of all God-fearing people of the State of Florida, and specifically the 10th District. Willie comes on today and shares how his early family life shaped his belief in God and how that is needed in our government today.…
 
Director Daniel Adams discusses his new film, The Walk, with fellow director Alejandro Brugués in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, they speak about Adams' childhood connections to the story, what a really great performance is about, and making New Orleans look like 1970s Boston. The film weaves together three story thre…
 
For those of us who speak only one language, the idea of learning twenty or thirty sounds impossible. But there are “hyperpolyglots” who have managed this remarkable feat. Evelina Fedorenko, PhD, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses what sets polyglots apart and what scientists might learn from studying them. She also discusses h…
 
Singer-songwriter Jenny O joins Rhett from Los Angeles to talk about her upcoming record, her songwriting process, and the moment she realized her musical power. Jenny and Rhett talk about the importance of taking time when finalizing lyrics, the very real demand for more female musicians, and the complicated variables of social interaction. Jenny …
 
Danielle D'Souza Gill gets popcorn for President Trump but is also rallying for conservative candidates that are Ultra MAGA. Here from Danielle as she shares her experience planning and hosting the premier for "2000 Mules" and check out her new apparel store with great patriotic clothing!By Jerry Cirino, Jr.
 
Director Joseph Kosinski discusses his new film, Top Gun: Maverick, with fellow director Jason Reitman in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, they speak about how Top Gun came into his life (the first and second time), convincing Tom Cruise to hop back into the cockpit, and the complex process of shooting the actors while …
 
Dozens of states are poised to outlaw or dramatically restrict abortion if the Supreme Court overturns its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Antonia Biggs, PhD, a social psychologist at the University of California San Francisco, talks about the results of the Turnaway Study, which examined how receiving an abortion – or being denied one – affects mental …
 
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