Secrets of Skill-Based Learning in Psychology with Dr. Tanya Martini

June 30, 2016

Episode 3, Part 1

Skills-based learning is an important part of what is being fostered during your Psychology degree, but for many undergraduates it is not "front and center." Instead, students tend to focus their attention on the subject matter when they take courses; that is, they're much more concerned with course content (what's written in the textbook, or presented in lecture) than they are with transferable job-related skills. Tune in to find out how your skills in Psychology translate to the job market!

Guest Biography: Tanya Martini obtained her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Toronto and is a Professor  Read the rest of this entry »

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Finding Your Career Path with Dr. Ellen E. Pastorino

June 24, 2016

Episode 2, Part 2

Psychology is the most popular major in the country, but what can I do with my major if I do not go to grad school? How can I find my career path and maximize the skills I developed through out my time studying Psychology? Tune in to find out more!

Guest Biography: Ellen E. Pastorino (Ph.D. in School Psychology, Florida State University) is a developmental psychologist who Read the rest of this entry »

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Psych Major Fact or Fiction with Dr. Ellen E. Pastorino

June 15, 2016

Episode 2, Part 1

Psychology is the most popular major in the country, but what should you do when you finish your undergrad? What are some of the facts around majoring in Psychology? What are the myths? Tune in and learn what you can do with a Psychology degree after you graduate. In this podcast we will cover what skills matter and how you can achieve your goals. Tune in to find out more!

Guest Biography: Ellen E. Pastorino (Ph.D. in School Psychology, Florida State University) is a developmental psychologist who  Read the rest of this entry »

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Sexual Economics: Sex as a Female Resource for Social Exchange with Dr. Roy F. Baumeister

June 3, 2016

Episode 1, Part 2

Sexual activity is often regarded as among the most private of activities, negotiated by two individuals on the basis of their own individual desires and values. Idealistic treatments describe the two individuals as potentially equal and interchangeable. In this podcast, we discuss sexual negotiations in the context of a cultural system in which men and women play different roles resembling buyer and seller—in a marketplace that is ineluctably affected! Tune in to hear more on this episode of, The Neuro Transmission!

Guest Biography: Roy F. Baumeister is currently the Eppes Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University.  Read the rest of this entry »

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The Psychology of Rejection: Nobody Likes you… what now? with Dr. Roy F. Baumeister

May 28, 2016

Episode 1, Part 1

In part one of this episode of The Neuro Transmission, we explore surprising experimental effects relating to the power of the human need to belong.

Guest Biography: Roy F. Baumeister is currently the Eppes Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University.  Read the rest of this entry »

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