My favorite podcast!
I have been in the mental health for a while now, and most recently working towards a Master’s in Applied Behvaior Analysis. I started looking into podcasts on Psychology to help build my educational repertoire. WWDWWD quickly became my favorite podcast, along with the Controversial Exchange, another great show that RyanO is a part of. Shane, Abraham, RyanO and the entire crew are super enjoyable to listen to. I think it’s super cool that they’re musicians and into “nerdy” things, and are able to interject their personalities into the podcast. It makes it super relatable to me. They are well-versed and educated, but they do a great job making the material digestible. WWDWWD quickly became my favorite podcast. Shane, Abraham, RyanO and the entire crew are super enjoyable to listen to. I think it’s super cool that they’re musicians and into “nerdy” things, and are able to interject their personalities into the podcast. It makes it super relatable to me. They are well-versed and educated, but they do a great job making the material digestible. I appreciate how the hosts will lean to the conclusions with the most evidence to back them up, and look to debunk pseudoscience whenever it rears its head. That is so incredibly important in any science. Not only are they are scientifically sound, that are also super fun to listen to! Highly highly recommend!
MikeyTalented via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/15/20
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