Current Directions in Psychological Science Podcast
Promoting Savings for Financial Resilience: Expanding the Psychological Perspective

Promoting Savings for Financial Resilience: Expanding the Psychological Perspective

March 11, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Crystal Hall
professor at the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance at University of Washington. The interview was held on February 3, 2021.

Pornography Use and Psychological Science: A Call for Consideration

Pornography Use and Psychological Science: A Call for Consideration

March 10, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Joshua Grubbs, professor of psychology at Bowling Green State University. The interview was held February 1, 2021. 

How Can Cognitive Science Research Help Improve Education?

How Can Cognitive Science Research Help Improve Education?

February 24, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Bethany Rittle-Johnson, Professor and Chair of Psychology & Human Development at Vanderbilt University. The interview was held on January 30, 2021. 

The Psychology of Intolerance: Unpacking Diverse Understandings of Intolerance

The Psychology of Intolerance: Unpacking Diverse Understandings of Intolerance

January 29, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Maykel Verkuyten, Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. Interviewed 10 April 2020. 

Digital Emotion Regulation

Digital Emotion Regulation

January 29, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Greg Wadley, senior lecturer in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. Interved 8 April 2020. 

Social Structure Learning

Social Structure Learning

January 29, 2021

Robert Goldstone interviews Sam Gershman, Associate Professor of Psychology at Harvard University

Interviewed on the 7th of April 2020

What we could only learn about holistic face processing from non-face objects

What we could only learn about holistic face processing from non-face objects

January 29, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Isabel Guathier, the David K. Wilson Professor of Psychology at Vanderbilt University on "what we could only learn about holistic face processing from non-face objects." The interview took place on March 9, 2020. 

 

Psychological mechanisms forged by cultural evolution

Psychological mechanisms forged by cultural evolution

January 29, 2021

Robert Goldstone of the Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University and editor of the APS Journal Current Directions in Psychological Science interviews Cecilia Heyes, Department of Experimental Psychology at University of Oxford, and Senior Research Fellow in Theoretical Life Sciences at All Soul’s College. Interviewed on 26 February 2020. 

Stress Reactivity: What Pushes Us Higher, Faster, and Longer – and Why It Matters

Stress Reactivity: What Pushes Us Higher, Faster, and Longer – and Why It Matters

January 14, 2021

Interview with Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, Distinguished University Professor, and Brumbaugh Chair in Brain Research and Teaching, and Director of the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research at the Ohio State University.  Interview on December 4, 2020. 

Neuroscience of moral behavior: How insights from neuroscience help understand the social origins of (im)moral behavior

Neuroscience of moral behavior: How insights from neuroscience help understand the social origins of (im)moral behavior

January 14, 2021

Interview with Naomi Ellemers, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. Interviewed on November 25, 2020

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