Episode 55: LIVE from the 2018 Midwestern Psychological Association Conference

In continuation with last week’s episode, in this LIVE episode Sophie Sielen, Sammy Alger-Feser, and Katrina Weber interview 8 students from universities across the Midwest about the research they presented at the 2018 Midwestern Psychological Association Conference in Chicago.


 

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Episode 53: Sexual Assault Center and Awareness

In this episode guest hosts, Sophie Sielen and Sammy Alger-Feser, talk with UWGB alumni, Chelsey Steffens. Chelsey is the volunteer coordinator at the Sexual Assault Center for Brown County. She discussed what trauma informed care is, how to become a volunteer, and what it is like to work at the Sexual Assault Center.


 

To learn more about  Chelsey Steffens’ research take a look at her PSI Talk from December 2015, on common reactions to sexual assault.

 

Episode 40: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

A poet, a sociologist, and a psychologist walk into a… podcast studio to talk about the movie, book, and play “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Drs. Chuck Rybak, Andrew Austin, and Ryan Martin discuss prominent themes, what it tells us about mental illness, rebellion, connections to nature, and answer listener questions.

Episode 32: UWGBpsych Student Orgs

In this episode, Ryan talks with Allee Schramm, Michaella Brickner, Michelle McChesney, and Annemarie Schwery about Psi Chi and the Psychology and Human Development Club (PsychHD) at UW-Green Bay. They talk about why they got involved with the organizations, what they do in their different positions, and what they think they have gotten from their involvement.

UWGB Psychology March Madness: Round 3

Here are the eight second round match-ups.  Please vote in each of the polls below.

See here for more information about the studies.

You have until 8:00 pm tonight to vote. Results will be available soon after.


Which study was more influential?

  • 1. Piaget, J. (1954) (83%, 24 Votes)
  • 9. Asch, S. E. (1955) (17%, 5 Votes)

Total Voters: 29

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Which study was more influential?

  • 5. Milgram, S. (1963) (64%, 18 Votes)
  • 4. Bandura, A., Ross, D., & Ross, S. A. (1961) (36%, 10 Votes)

Total Voters: 28

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Which study was more influential?

  • 2. Pavlov, I. P. (1927) (61%, 17 Votes)
  • 7. Skinner, B. F. (1948) (39%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 28

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Which study was more influential?

  • 3. Zimbardo, P, G. (1972) (61%, 17 Votes)
  • 11. Harlow, H. F. (1958) (39%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 28

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