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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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Can a Growth Mindset Help Students Achieve Their Potential?

Can a Growth Mindset Help Students Achieve Their Potential?

Can a Growth Mindset Help Students Achieve Their Potential?

Aired 6 d ago

A highlight from What is it like to remember every day of your life? With Michael Yassa, PhD, and Markie Pasternak

A highlight from What is it like to remember every day of your life? With Michael Yassa, PhD, and Markie Pasternak

A highlight from What is it like to remember every day of your life? With Michael Yassa, PhD, and Markie Pasternak

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A highlight from Your Brain Is Not What You Think It Is, with Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD

A highlight from Your Brain Is Not What You Think It Is, with Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD

A highlight from Your Brain Is Not What You Think It Is, with Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD

Aired 2 weeks ago

A highlight from How to cope with climate anxiety, with Thomas Doherty, PsyD, and Ashlee Cunsolo, PhD

A highlight from How to cope with climate anxiety, with Thomas Doherty, PsyD, and Ashlee Cunsolo, PhD

A highlight from How to cope with climate anxiety, with Thomas Doherty, PsyD, and Ashlee Cunsolo, PhD

Aired 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Why you should talk to strangers, with Gillian Sandstrom, PhD, and Jon Levy

A highlight from Why you should talk to strangers, with Gillian Sandstrom, PhD, and Jon Levy

A highlight from Why you should talk to strangers, with Gillian Sandstrom, PhD, and Jon Levy

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A highlight from Suicide Prevention, with Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD

A highlight from Suicide Prevention, with Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD

A highlight from Suicide Prevention, with Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD

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A highlight from What Makes Things Funny? With Peter McGraw, PhD

A highlight from What Makes Things Funny? With Peter McGraw, PhD

A highlight from What Makes Things Funny? With Peter McGraw, PhD

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A highlight from How the threat of disease has shaped human behavior, with Mark Schaller, PhD

A highlight from How the threat of disease has shaped human behavior, with Mark Schaller, PhD

A highlight from How the threat of disease has shaped human behavior, with Mark Schaller, PhD

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How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

Aired 2 months ago

How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

How meditation can help you live a flourishing life, with Richard Davidson, PhD

Aired 2 months ago

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

Aired 2 months ago

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

What studying twins can teach us about ourselves, with Nancy Segal, PhD

Aired 2 months ago

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

Aired 3 months ago

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

How children's amazing brains shaped humanity, with Alison Gopnik, PhD

Aired 3 months ago

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

Aired 3 months ago

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

The science of relationships, with Gary Lewandowski, PhD

Aired 3 months ago

Can brain training games sharpen your mental skills? With Aaron Seitz, PhD

Can brain training games sharpen your mental skills? With Aaron Seitz, PhD

Can brain training games sharpen your mental skills? With Aaron Seitz, PhD

Aired 3 months ago

What is it like to be face blind? With Joe DeGutis, PhD, and Sadie Dingfelder

What is it like to be face blind? With Joe DeGutis, PhD, and Sadie Dingfelder

What is it like to be face blind? With Joe DeGutis, PhD, and Sadie Dingfelder

Aired 3 months ago

Positive Psychology in a Pandemic, with Martin Seligman, PhD

Positive Psychology in a Pandemic, with Martin Seligman, PhD

Positive Psychology in a Pandemic, with Martin Seligman, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

Why people believe in conspiracy theories, with Karen Douglas, PhD

Why people believe in conspiracy theories, with Karen Douglas, PhD

Why people believe in conspiracy theories, with Karen Douglas, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

How the Science of Habits Can Help Us Keep Our New Years Resolutions, with Wendy Wood, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Encore: Why boredom is surprisingly interesting, with Erin Westgate, PhD

Aired 4 months ago

Why America's bitter politics are like a bad marriage, with Eli Finkel, PhD

Why America's bitter politics are like a bad marriage, with Eli Finkel, PhD

Why America's bitter politics are like a bad marriage, with Eli Finkel, PhD

Aired 5 months ago