Psycasm is the exploration of the world psychological. Every day phenomenon explained and manipulated to one's own advantage. Written by a slightly overambitious undergrad, Psycasm aims at exploring a whole range of social and cognitive processes in order to best understand how our minds, and those mechanisms that drive them, work.
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I've just moved house, we have neither internet nor TV. I don't miss TV. However, I cannot function normally without the Internet. I'm afraid this is the cause of my lack of research blogging. I miss it too, 'cause my traffic is way down, and as I explained here and here this is bad for my high-functioning narcissism.
But like any good narcissist I can find my fix.
At any rate, I would like to thank anyone and everyone who has taken 35 minutes out of their life to listen to the Psychobabble podcast. Additionally, I would very much encourage people to suggest topics for discussion or questions on any given topic. My hope it to have a questions section at the end of each show where we answer emails from curious folk.
Additionally, if you have taken the time to give us a listen, I would appreciate any feedback. So far I've had a lot of chat with people of facebook who've given some really important insights, that are both short term and long term with regards to how to improve the show.
Topics we're going to cover soonish include:
If you have any questions regarding any of the those topics I'd love to hear them; and if you've got any topic ideas you want covered, I'd love to hear that too. Hell, if you're a psych professional (or professional student) and you have a topic you might like to join us on, hit me up with an email and we can discuss the possibilities.
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