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Dr. Jessica Micono and Dr. David Morelos
Psychology After Dark
Two professionals in the field of psychology from wildly different theoretical and practical orientations getting together to take a look at the dark side of the human condition.
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4.8 stars from 119 ratings
Please never stop making this podcast. True crime? Psychology? Archetypes? Expert guests? *chefs kiss*
K.Dodge via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/22/21
So this show starts off...
Great! I like this guys voice he started off super relaxing then some music comes on, the quality lowers quite a bit and this gal starts talking. I don’t want to say anything bad, because it’s not awful but it could be so much better as a sleep podcast with just the guy.
Desi Dez Dep via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/24/21
Favorite Podcast
This may be my favorite podcast of all time. Not only does it cover some of the most interesting topics in true crime and abnormal psychology, it also tackles interesting cultural phenomena and baffling current events. The hosts to an excellent job of summarizing the topic, then discussing it...Read full review »
JennaTalbott via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/21
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