I've listened to several psychology podcasts, and have lost interest in most of them after a few programs. Podcasting is a new art form and the genre requires specialized delivery and content. If the podcaster features himself, the program is based on a carefully drafted scrip. Podcasts inolving an interview disappoint if the guests aren't interesting, if the podcaster doesn't have excellent questions or if the podcaster inserts himself into the interview. Thus far DeFife has had very interesting guests. His questions are so good that they tend to delight the person being interviewed, and he keeps his own stuff out of the interview.
Cholmondeley-CLE via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/03/16
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Accessable but not lightweight. Immaculately produced but not stuffy. Rarely have I seen serious topcics treated with this much depth and consideration. I'm looking forward to SoP on a regular basis.
Gordon S.71 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/26/16
I found this podcast in the health section and decided to give it a whirl. I wasn’t disappointed. The subjects his guests talk about are intriguing and enlightening.
Michael Sosnowski via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/16/16
I'm enjoying your podcast! The episode on superhero therapy was especailly powerful for me. My husband and kids are all about super heroes but I was never interested. Since listening to this episode I've announced to them my desire to watch all of the Marvel movies...have only finished Iron Man...Read full review »
Julie Hanson (Julie Jules) via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/25/16
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