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Dr. C
Psychology Concepts Explained
Your host, Dr. Jack Chuang, is an online College Instructor who’s told he’s pretty good at explaining Psych stuff. Check out his catalog of lectures starting with Season 1 - Ep 1, that can complement your Introductory level Psychology classes, or standardized college entrance test (e.g., MCAT/GRE) preparation. Then take a study break and hang out with Dr. Jack each week as he offers academic and career advice for students, early professionals, and interviews with interesting people in the field. Support this podcast:
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4.6 stars from 5 ratings
Really helpful and interesting
Hi from Australia👋🏼🇦🇺🦘 I’ve been binge-listening to these podcasts for a week in preparation to start my university studies after a 2 year gap year (due to covid and indecisive-ness). I’ve found them incredibly helpful and interesting! Thank you so much for creating content that shares both your...Read full review »
Lilu🌻 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/14/21
easy and sjmple to listen to
the host should talk louder, it’s super hard to hear what he is saying without having my phone volume all the way up.
noora! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/26/20
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