In this episode, Annemarie Schwery and Allee Schramm interview five different students about their research on topics related to stigma, exercise, parental attention and more. These six students (Michelle McChesney, Allee Schramm, Annemarie Schwery, Katrina Weber, Kennedy Wendt) represent just a few of the more than 35 UWGB Psychology students who will be presenting their work at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference.
In this special LIVE episode, Alison Gates, Sawa Senzaki, Casey Coughlin, and Ryan Martin talk about the complicated relationship between creativity and mental illness. We also discuss the new Pre-Art Therapy Program at UW-Green Bay (learn more here: http://catalog.uwgb.edu/undergraduate/programs/art/major/pre-art/ ).
In this episode Drs. Ryan Martin and Regan A.R. Gurung talk health psychology. What is it? What are some important findings? Where is it going next? Plus, we play a game called “Call Him Al,” and we do all this in front of a live studio audience.
In this episode, Dr. Dennis Lorenz of the UW-Green Bay Psychology program discusses the biological basis of addiction, including the more recently recognized behavioral addictions to things like gambling, internet, sex, and more.