Episode 71: Bandura Part 3

 

Description: 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 Senzaki discusses the cross-cultural implications of Bandura’s work. This episode is the final part of a three-part series on this famous line of research. The series is part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psychology Week, brought to you by Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Episode 70: Bandura part 2

Description: 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 joins the show to discuss the time he and Ryan had dinner with Dr. Albert Bandura and talked about what it was like to publish such an important work. This episode is part two of a three-part series on this famous line of research. The series is part of the 2019 UW-Green Bay Psychology Week, brought to you by Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Episode 69: The Bobo Doll Study, Part 1: The Original

 

Description: 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 Psychology Week, brought to you by Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Title: Episode 68: PSI Talks!

 

Description: 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 Bellin Health Psychiatric Center. Learn more at uwgb.edu/psychweek

Title: Episode 67: Stereotyping and Biases with Dr. Will Cox

Description: 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.

Title: Episode 65: Camp Lloyd with Dr. Illene Cupit

Description: 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!