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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.
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Dense City

Dr. Rebecca Mayers & Isaac Keast

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Chatting with academics about their research on cities. Co-Hosts: Dr. Rebecca Mayers and Isaac Keast 2021 American Planning Association Transportation Planning Division Small grant award winner Artwork by Emily Huang: https://emilyhillustrations.com/ Music by Reid Cai, Ryan Kinneer, and Becca Mayers
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Editor Lisa Dixon, M.D., M.P.H., and Podcast Editor and Co-Host Josh Berezin, M.D., M.S., discuss key aspects of research recently published by Psychiatric Services (https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/), a journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Tune in to Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice to learn about the latest mental health services research and why it is relevant. Topics include community-based treatment programs, collaborative care, evidence-based treatment and service ...
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The Medical Mind

American Psychiatric Association

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A podcast about innovation in mental health care from the American Psychiatric Association This podcast is subject to the Terms of Use at www.psychiatry.org. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual speakers only and do not necessarily represent the views of the American Psychiatric Association, its officers, trustees, or members. The content of this podcast is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as, and shall not be unders ...
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American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

American Journal of Psychiatry

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Each episode of AJP Audio brings you an in-depth look at one of the articles featured in that month’s issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Wide-ranging interviews with article authors cover the background, rationale, main findings, and future implications of the research. This podcast is subject to the Terms of Use at ww.psychiatry.org. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual speakers o ...
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Stay up to date with the most important issues in military psychology with the Society for Military Psychology, Division 19 of the American Psychological Association. We are producing several short series on applying psychological principles in military settings and military populations. This Military Psychology Podcast Network will feature topics including diversity in the military, the psychology of consulting with military organizations, behavioral health in military and veteran populatio ...
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AJP Residents' Journal

American Psychiatric Association Publishing

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The American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal. Created by trainees for trainees and features interviews covering a wide array of topics including career exploration, personal/professional journeys, clinical practice tips, and more. Subscribe now to explore these topics with us.
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Behind The Mission

Duane K. L. France

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Because fewer than 7% of Americans have served in uniform, most Americans are unfamiliar with military service and culture. As a result, members of the military and Veteran community are at greater risk for disconnection and lack of belonging with the civilian community. PsychArmor’s mission is to bridge the military-civilian divide by educating and training a Nation. Each week, Duane France, a combat Veteran and Clinical Mental Health Counselor, will dig deep into the stories “Behind The Mi ...
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ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy

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The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Vestibular Rehabilitation Special Interest Group is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The Vestibular Rehab SIG provides a network of collaboration and education to its members that fosters opportunities to highlight and build solid foundations of clinical practice to provide care and management of persons with vestibular deficits and related balance and movement disorders. Its membership focus is centered on supporting the pr ...
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Eating with stress, boredom, fear, loneliness, worry, anxiety or happiness are all ways we define emotional eating. The American Psychological Association reports that almost 40% of people have eaten in response to stress in the last 30 days. You are not alone. Each week, you can join Wendi Francis, emotional eating expert, to help YOU overcome your emotional overeating. If you want to finally find freedom from your food, weight, and body this is the podcast for you. Your time to become an O ...
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APA Journals Dialogue

American Psychological Association

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APA Journals Dialogue is an audio podcast series featuring interviews with authors of exciting research recently published in an APA journal. In each episode, authors describe their findings, methodologies, and implications for future work. The podcast series is an ideal resource for researchers, practitioners, and students in the behavioral and social sciences.
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Shrink Speak

Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman

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Jeffrey Lieberman, MD, is Chair of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and past president of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Lieberman is a nationally renowned psychiatrist on the topic of suicide, addiction and mental illness and is a regular blogger for The Huffington Post, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and Psychology Today and author of “Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry.” www.jeffreyliebermanmd.com
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Progress Notes: Keeping Tabs on the Practice of Psychology is a podcast produced by the APA Practice Organization. Episodes cover a range of topics that affect practicing psychologists, including the financial and legal aspects of running a business. Listeners will also hear expert analysis on developments in health care policy along with stories that highlight the work of fellow psychologists. The Practice Organization is a legally separate companion organization to the American Psychologic ...
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Rehabilitation Oncology is an indexed resource for the dissemination of peer-reviewed research-based evidence related to oncologic physical therapy and cancer rehabilitation. The journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world. The journal serves as the official journal for the Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy. High standards of quality are maintained through a rigorous, double-blinded peer-review process and adh ...
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"Whither the Looniversity?" - A Podcast on the Miserable State of the American University

"Whither the Looniversity?" - The Podcast of The Peerless Review

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"Whither the Looniversity?" is a series of videos and podcasts that constitute an ongoing discussion about the woke culture of the modern university and other challenges facing higher education. Hosted by Adam Ellwanger, a professor of rhetoric at the University of Houston - Downtown, the show features professors, administrators, and students who have unique ideas about how to restore intellectual culture -- whether inside institutional settings or out of them. Each episode focuses on the sa ...
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With the understanding that ABPsi cannot grow without the continued engagement and support from student voices, the SC board has begun producing our own podcast, Rooted. In 20 to 30 minute segments, students are encouraged to highlight their struggles, successes, and passions as they pertain to African/Black Psychology. Our podcasts endeavor to focus on the spiritual, professional, and emotional dimensions of the student experience and empower members to become involved in spreading ABPsi’s ...
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TJ Morris ET Radio

Theresa J Morris

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TJ Morris Agency, American Communications Online Broadcast Media News Publishing Platform. ACO Radio, ACIR Radio, TJ Morris ET Radio Live Talk Shows cyberspace culture community building. Movies, mysteries, cosmos, psychic, PsychicmediumTJMorris, ACO Association, ACOintl.com ACIT, ACOT, AICT, fixmywebs US, ACO WIFI Videos“We are accountable for our professional and personal behavior. We will be mindful of the privilege to serve our fellow Americans.” TJ Morris former US Navy now ACO Intl.com ...
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Five-time winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing and feed your love of the English language. Whether English is your first language or your second language, these grammar, punctuation, style, and business tips will make you a better and more successful writer. Grammar Girl is a Quick and Dirty Tips podcast.
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Broadcasting live from TBT Studios in Los Angeles, Spencer Kobren’s The Bald Truth is the Nation’s longest running, critically acclaimed broadcast focusing the psychological and emotional aspects of living life with the silent epidemic of male pattern hair loss. Kobren’s weekly on-air support group was nationally syndicated from WestwoodOne Radio Networks for well over a decade and in 2009 chose to break away from conventional broadcasting in order to provide listeners with a more interactiv ...
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We interview students & professionals in the psychedelic space to better understand how they navigated the path from being curious about psychedelics to wanting to dedicate their career to psychedelics. Join the community at psychedelicgrad.com.
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985. Erin Brenner, author of "The Chicago Guide for Freelance Editors," shares time-saving tips including the best practices for using Word, creating macros, and using automation tools like Zapier. You'll also learn about starting and growing a freelance business, including how to figure out what to charge, how to make ends meet at the beginning, a…
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If the thought of the upcoming election sends your stress level through the roof, you’re not alone. Psychologist Brett Q. Ford, PhD, and political scientist Kevin Smith, PhD, talk about how political stress affects people’s well-being; what high levels of political stress mean for people’s lives, for the U.S. and for democracy; and how to stay poli…
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Simon Graham, M.B.Ch.B., M.R.C.Psych., and Kathy Curtis (Spring House Psychotherapy and Personality Disorder Service) join Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss the use of a local case management team and a combined day treatment and crisis service for patients with borderline personality disorder in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Transcript Subscribe t…
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985. This week, we look at the world of whimsical words, including the origins and meanings of terms like "dinkus," "gadzook," "petrichor" and the phrase "whim-wham for a goose's bridle." Plus, I have a quick tip about when to capitalize "mom" and "dad." The "weird words" segment was written by Michaela Dunn, a Wyoming-based editor and publisher fo…
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In the age of social media and technological advancement, we are seeing more and more patients requesting the newest and most “trending” treatment methods for their physical and mental health concerns. Navigating this ever-evolving landscape can be tricky, particularly when these techniques do not align with the published Clinical Practice Guidelin…
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984. This week, we talk about the subtle differences between words such as "stock" or "broth," "street" or "boulevard," "maze" or "labyrinth" and more with Eli Burnstein, author of "The Dictionary of Fine Distinctions." Confusion about colors got him started on this path, but along the way, he gained insights into language, culture, and the subtle …
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Sesame Street has entertained and educated generations of children. Developmental psychologist Rosemarie Truglio, PhD, Sesame Workshop’s senior vice president of curriculum and content, talks about why the show has a new focus on young children’s emotional well-being; how Sesame Street translates complicated concepts into stories that young kids ca…
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We welcome Logan Samuelson and Dr. Brendon Blue from Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington. We discuss their article "Restoration as reconnection: A relational approach to urban stream repair", published in the New Zealand Geographer 2023 with co-author Dr. Amanda Thomas. The article is premised on how urban stream environments have bee…
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Host Maureen Clancy PT, DPT, OCS is joined by Joanna Wolfson PhD, ABPP and Emily Kostelnik PhD in a discussion on the integration of psychological care for patients with vestibular disorders. Dr. Kostelnik is a Clinical Health Psychologist who focuses on behavioral health education for the vestibular community through her company Rooted Behavioral …
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983. This week, we explore "skunked" words — terms going through hotly disputed meaning changes. We look at the debate between prescriptivists who stick to traditional meanings and descriptivists who accept new usages and what you should do with these words in your own writing. Plus, we learn how using "we" versus "I" alters perceptions of leadersh…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Army Veteran and Gold Star Family Member Jennifer Ballou, Chief of Staff of the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation, an organization that is guiding the development of a national memorial that honors the service and sacrifice of all who have contributed to global counterterrori…
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Dr. ReJoyce Green (Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC) joins AJP Audio to discuss predictors of substance use initiation in a large cohort of early adolescents. Afterwards, AJP Editor-in-Chief Dr. Ned Kalin speaks with AJP Deputy Editor Dr. Kathleen Brady about the May issue of AJP, a special issue guest edited by Dr. Brady focusi…
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982. This week, we delve into the fascinating world of Old English with medievalist Hana Videen, author of "The Deorhord." We'll uncover the secrets of Old English animal names, from "walking weaver" for spider to the ominous "unland" for a whale's deceptive island. Find Hana Videen at https://OldEnglishWordhord.com/ | Edited transcript with links:…
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The eerie sensation of “déjà vu” -- feeling a strong sense of familiarity in a new place or situation -- is one of memory’s strangest tricks. Researcher Chris Moulin, PhD, of Grenoble Alpes University, talks about why déjà vu happens; why both déjà vu and its lesser-known opposite, jamais vu, may actually be signs of a healthy memory at work; why y…
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This limited podcast series is brought to you by APA's Women Psychiatrists Caucus and hosted by Anjali Gupta, MD, President of APA's Women Psychiatrists Caucus. Dr.Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Georgetown University School of Medicine. She has led a number of wellness and equity initiatives at Georgetown and…
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981. Major style guides now have advice on when and how you should cite AI chatbots such as ChatGPT, Claude, and Gemini. We look at what you need to include in your writing so you're handling this kind of information credibly and professionally. Then, we take a linguistic safari through the world of animal terminology, including the histories and n…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature Kate DeBartolo, a senior director for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the leader for the conversation project. IHI has public engagement initiative to help people share their wishes for care through the end of their life About Today’s Guest Kate DeBartolo is a Senior Director at the Institute…
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On this episode of the mil psych podcast, Dr. Bannar welcomes mentor, colleague, and friend Dr. Ann Hryshko-Mullen, Ph.D., ABPP-CHP, DBSM, Lt Col USAF (ret) to the show to discuss the many exciting training opportunities within Air Force Psychology! Dr. H-M serves as the director of psychology training for the US Air Force and plays a paramount rol…
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980. This week, I talk with with Anne Curzan about the fascinating world of language evolution, her new book, "Says Who? A Kinder, Funner Usage Guide for Everyone Who Cares About Language," and why linguists should take marketing tips from Apple and why Ben Franklin thought the word "colonize" was bad. | Edited transcript with links: https://gramma…
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Are you a sports “superfan”? Or do you wonder what’s driving the superfans in your life? Daniel Wann, PhD, of Murray State University, talks about why being a fan is usually good for people’s mental health, how they choose the teams they root for, why some are fair-weather fans while others love to cheer for the underdog, how fandom is changing amo…
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979. In the first segment, we unravel the mysteries surrounding the origins and transformation of punctuation. From the early days when words ran together without spaces, to the introduction of punctuation systems by scholars like Aristophanes, we explore how punctuation has played a pivotal role in shaping written communication. In the second segm…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Navy Veteran Erika Hoover and Air Force Veteran Andrea Norton about their experiences as both veterans and members of the LGBTQ+ Community, as well as a public awareness campaign being developed in partnership with the Michigan Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Service Memb…
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On this episode, Dr. Victor Leite of Sao Paolo, Brazil, joins us to discuss the results of his team’s survey assessing rehabilitation practices during hematopoietic stem cell transplantation at major cancer centers in the United States. Dr. Leite discusses results including how patients are referred to rehabilitation services, how outcomes are obje…
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978. Join Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author, Charles Duhigg, as we talk about mastering the art of communication and his new book, "Supercommunicators." We explore the skills anyone (yes, you!) can learn to become a powerful communicator. Learn about the science behind effective communication, from NASA's emotional intelligen…
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This limited podcast series is brought to you by APA's Women Psychiatrists Caucus and hosted by Anjali Gupta, MD, President of APA's Women Psychiatrists Caucus. Dr.Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Georgetown University School of Medicine. She has led a number of wellness and equity initiatives at Georgetown and…
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Elizabeth Bromley, M.D., Ph.D. (University of California, Los Angeles) joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss the use of outpatient conservatorship in the effort to address mental health disability among unsheltered homeless persons in Los Angeles County, California. 00:00 Introduction 03:04 Homelessness in Los Angeles County, California 09:04 …
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Picking up a new skill as an adult can seem daunting. But research suggests that learning new things as you age may be key to keeping your cognitive skills sharp -- and that middle aged and older adults may be just as good at learning as younger people are. Rachel Wu, PhD, of the University of California Riverside, talks about why lifelong learning…
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977. This week, we cover the latest AP Stylebook updates that were just revealed at the ACES conference. From the switch to Merriam-Webster to easing up on the word "unique," we look at what these changes mean for writers and editors. Plus, we explore "catawampus" thanks to its cameo in the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" finale. Learn about its quirky orig…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Deputy Secretary for Women Veterans of the California Department of Veterans Affairs, Air Force Retiree Virginia Wimmer, in which we discuss the importance of supporting women veterans and the services available in California About Today’s Guest Virginia Wimmer was appointed on August …
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Join Air Force psychologists Drs. Ethan Bannar and Jeremy Jinkerson as they talk with Lt Col (Dr.) Mikel Merritt, the Air Force Psychology Consultant. As the "Consultant," Lt Col Merritt serves as the top psychologist in the Air Force, with responsibilities including guiding the assignment selection process, mentoring military psychologists, retain…
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