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American Psychological Association
Speaking of Psychology
"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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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 1,001 ratings
The best podcast ever!
This absolutely is my favourite podcast, you can tell that Kim genuinely did a lot of work and research before the talk, and her questions are always so on point, full of respect and clear! And the guests always surprise me with very interesting research! I leaned so sooooo much listening to...Read full review »
PURoDaaaaaaa via Apple Podcasts · Taiwan · 03/04/22
I’m confused
‘sometimes we’re in positions where that’s(the truth) is uncomfortable or awkward or could be harmful for us… and I should also clarify that I’m not talking about Russian spies or scam artists or the prince from Nigeria,’ I’m sorry but what was the Russian spy part supposed to mean? Im just a bit...Read full review »
Marina the minion lover via Apple Podcasts · Slovakia · 05/30/21
Definitely my favourite podcast
Thank you so much for this podcast! I’ve listened to almost every episode and I simply don’t want to stop. The conversations are fascinating and the topics are perfectly in sync with current important events. What looks like a psychology podcast turns out to be a podcast about all of the aspects...Read full review »
dasalarina via Apple Podcasts · Russia · 05/21/21
Recent Episodes
Published 08/10/22
Do you ever feel like a phony? Like you’re not really qualified for the job you’re doing, despite your achievements? Those are signs of the impostor phenomenon, also called impostor syndrome. Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, a counseling psychologist and career coach in New York City, and Dr. Kevin Cokley,...
Published 08/10/22
More than 4% of people have some form of synesthesia, a neurological condition that causes senses to link and merge. People with synesthesia may taste words, hear colors, or see calendar dates arrayed in physical space. Dr. Julia Simner, a professor of neuropsychology at the University of Sussex...
Published 08/03/22
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