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Yet another true crime podcast with Jennifer Sandwich, Acadia Einstein and Mells Bells telling stories about murder, lady killers, abnormal psychology, cannibals and weird stuff. We have killer karaoke, too! If that's something you're into, then put your headphones on and hop in our nondescript, windowless van and come see the puppies!
 
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In our first episode of the season, Georjeanna and Ryan talk with Dr. Todd Hillhouse of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology program about his research on electronic cigarettes and other drugs of abuse. Plus, we talk about emojis in our new segment, A Positive Note.UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
We’ve spent the series so far talking about what it looks like when we lose control. Join us for our last rage of this special series on Losing Control where we are joined once again by anger and aggression researcher Dr. Brad Bushman. We take this episode to talk about what you can do when you feel like you’re losing your cool. More specifically, …
 
When it comes to anger, is catharsis truly effective or does it just feel good? This week on All the Rage we look at the catharsis theory and talk about what role venting anger through options like rage rooms play in aggression. Dr. Brad Bushman joins us again to explain his research about what happens when we vent our anger.…
 
Part four of this special series on losing control. Ryan is joined by guest co-host Taylor Gulbrand, University of Wisconsin Green Bay senior. The two sit down to discuss road rage, their experience as the victim or perpetrator and what research has to say about it. We then hear an interview with Dr. Brad J. Bushman, Professor of Communication and …
 
Episode three in this special series is on Mob Violence. Ryan and Chuck start off this episode from the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts at UW-Green Bay with a LIVE segment about “mob violence,” then we hear from Dr. Kate Burns, a Psychology professor at UW-Green Bay, as she takes us through the psychology of groups. We finish this episode wi…
 
The second episode of our series, Losing Control, features All the Rage co-hosts Ryan and Chuck interviewing cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Jason Cowell. During this episode, they investigate just what happens in our brains when we get mad.Learn more here: www.alltheragescience.comUW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
Psychology and Stuff presents a special series on Losing Control with Drs. Ryan Martin and Chuck Rybak. In this episode they respond to a few infamous Youtube clips of people losing control. Part one of this special series on "losing control" will help us think about what losing control means, how and why some people lose their cool, and it'll help…
 
In this episode, recorded way back in early March, we tackle research on culture and development with two nationally known scholars, Dr. Jason Cowell and Dr. Sawa Senzaki. Plus, a couple of rapid research reviews on hand-washing.UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
In this episode, Ryan Martin and Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges talk with Chris Smith and Priyanka Bharadwaj about the I Am Psyched! exhibit at the Cofrin Library at UW-Green Bay. I am Psyched! is a multimedia initiative that explores the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology as they engage in psychological science, prac…
 
In this episode, Ryan talks with Drs. Jana Fogaca and Alan Chu of the UW-Green Bay Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology program about a recent New York Times article on editorial. Learn more about sport psych at www.uwgb.edu/sport-exercise-and-performance-psychology/UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
On December 10, 2019 the UW-Green Bay College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS, pronounced "cause") will be hosting our first ever Common CAHSS Conference. The year, the cause we're focusing on is human rights. Learn more at www.uwgb.edu/common-cahss.UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
In this special preview episode, Chuck and Ryan introduce the Canonball podcast, where they'll talk about "the canon" and plans for the show going forward. Future episodes will include discussions with experts on "great works" from literature, to paintings, to video games, to film, and more. Check back soon for full episodes!…
 
It was supposed to be two parts! It was supposed to be released 2 weeks ago! But this is the end! Listen in for confirmation that if you do a half-assed job, don't care about your subordinates, place loyalty ahead of experience, even the worse outcome isn't that bad if you're in a *certain* class of people.…
 
Is the ship going to run aground?? Yes. Will the Captain go down with the ship?? Hell, no. Behold the power of ego, ineptitude and apathy towards one's fellow man! Listen in bewilderment of how people can turn into cannibals after mere hours on the open sea! This is part two of three of the Shipwreck of the French Frigate Medusa!…
 
What happens when our faculty and students get together for a fantasy psychologist draft? Also, what’s a fantasy psychologist draft? Find out in the latest (live) episode of Psychology and Stuff. Listen to the episode and pick your winner in the poll at: http://blog.uwgb.edu/uwgbpsych/draftparty/UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
What happens when you put an entitled idiot in charge of a relatively simple naval task and he, in turn, puts an even more entitled idiot in charge so he can get where he's going as fast as possible because another idiot tells him to ignore all instructions? What could possibly go wrong with a ship of fools who are short on lifeboats off the coast …
 
Our host, Ryan Martin is joined by Janet Reilly, a family Nurse Practitioner and Chair of MSN, Leadership & Management in Health Systems here at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. In this episode, they cover the opioid crisis- what it is, the potential causal mechanisms, and even the history of drug abuse!…
 
In this fun episode, Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by students Taylor Gulbrand, Roz Stoa, and Paige Richardson to discuss the film "Inside Out!" They cover their likes and dislikes of the movie, its connections to psychology, stereotypes, and the relatable aspects of the film!UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
The magic of daytime TV has given society the "Cash me ousside" girl, a look into the mind of Tom Cruise and a fist fight between Geraldo and Nazis. But they've also been the catalyst to some very gruesome crimes. Listen in and learn about three murders and stay tuned for another Killer Karaoke by Acadia! This one's a good one, so don't miss it!…
 
In this last episode of our special series on the Bobo Doll Study, Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk with three different guests about the lasting implications of this study. Ryan talks emotional development, Dr. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges talks conservation behaviors, Dr. Regan A.R. Gurung talks health behaviors, and Dr. Sawa …
 
There are two segments in this episode where Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk about the fallout from Bandura's most famous work. In the first segment, they talk with Dr. Kris Vespia about what the field of psychology was like in the 1950s and 60s, and why this study was such a big deal. In segment two, Dr. Regan A.R. Gurung j…
 
Dr. Ryan Martin and guest cohost, Taylor Gulbrand, talk with Dr. Kate Burns about the 1961 study, Transmission of Aggression Through Imitation of Aggressive Models (aka "the bobo doll study") by Bandura, Ross, and Ross. This episode is part one of a three-part series on this famous line of research. The series is part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psych…
 
In this episode Dr. Ryan Martin talks with all five 2019 PSI Talks Speakers: Cory Rauch, Sophia M. Sielen, Rachael Smith, Rosalyn Stoa, Morgan Storkson, and Shayla Warren. Each gives a brief explanation of their topics along with how they became interested in them. The PSI Talks are part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psychology Week, brought to you by B…
 
MURDER BALLADS ARE A THING and they are horrifying, hilarious and sometimes, quite touching. Listen to Acadia Einstein, Jennifer Sandwich and Mells Bells (research by Gee Gee Caffeine) terribly sing all their favorite songs about murder death kills. And be sure to stay till the end for a special Killer Karaoke!…
 
In episode 67, Dr. Martin is joined by Dr. Will Cox from the University of Wisconsin - Madison to discuss his research surrounding stereotyping and biases. The work done in Dr. Cox's lab focuses on understanding and weakening narrow thinking, as well as the mechanisms that sustain stereotypes and prejudice.…
 
Five members of a family in rural Turkey walk on all fours. Are they humans devolving? Are they a missing link? Do they lack a gene that is responsible for modern humans to walk on two legs? Or is it something else? Yep. It's something else. Listen to this short episode and find out!
 
In this new episode, host Dr. Ryan Martin is joined by Dr. Illene Cupit and students Taylor Gulbrand and Hannah Roffers. Throughout the episode, they share information and experiences surrounding Camp Lloyd. Camp Lloyd is a day camp for children grieving the loss of a loved one, where they learn the normality of grief and have a fun week with peers…
 
Join us in person or online for UW-Green Bay Psychology Week (March 25th-29th, 2019). A full week educational opportunities, fun events, videos, podcasts, and more. Learn about our first ever Psychology Week at https://www.uwgb.edu/psychweek/UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
70s, 80s, 90s movies told us that we would all certainly die of quicksand and it would kill our beloved horses, too. But what even is it? Is it as prevalent as movies from our childhood said it was? Will it kill you? Yes. It probably will. But not if you do some pole work.
 
England has a dead pool. We want in on it. Sweatshirt, Acadia and Sandwich talk about current deathlist favorites, 80s sitcoms, which version of The Office is better, sexy dudes and how to make the dead pool more challenging by adding in younger participants for no particular reason. We hate on Kissinger, Betty White and Taylor Swift and Acadia tea…
 
We lost 2 weeks to the flu, had ridiculous weather, lost our voices, encountered technical problems that destroyed this week's episode, SO Mells called in wanting to do a Ted Talk. No, not *that* Ted Talk, a Ted BUNDY talk. With all the Bundy Bunches out there, we thought we'd take this opportunity to get together for a rando chitty chat about The …
 
Iceland is known for it's majestic cliffs, lush landscapes and rugged shorelines. It is not known for its crime rate. But in 2017, Iceland broke their record for murders: 4 for the entire counter, for the entire year. We are going to tell you about the first murder of 2017, about the senselessness of it and how it changed the sense of safety the sm…
 
Tamara Samsonova loves writing, stair-climbing, cooking, laughing, blowing kisses and chopping up anyone who pisses her off. Join us for a short episode on Russia's very own Granny Ripper and learn about Olivier Salad, mean roommates, and what the elderly in Russia are truly capable of.
 
Are we doing this right? Who knows? This delicious trash is free and will always be free, but seems like all the cool kids are doing it so we'll do it, too. If ya like us, we'd love some support and probably won't get any if we don't at least try so here's our Patreon promo as it's own separate upload. We're so happy people are actually listening s…
 
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