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Dr. Janie Wilson joins us to discuss her background in social buffering, and experimental psychology. Her newfound research in ego depletion and rapport with students. Finally we discuss the Masters program in Experimental Psychology and Georgia Southern.
Also we discuss some cool summer research opportunities that get you paid down at GSU.
If you want to know more about Janie's research, check out the links below
If you'd like to know more about the Experimental Psychology Masters program (which I graduated from) (not an experimental program, but a program focused on experimental psychology) contact Janie Wilson at email@example.com
Student NERD Tutorial - Run Time 7:34
Dr. Cate walks us through how to sign up for research through our NGCSU Electronic Research Database (NERD)
Validity/Threats to Validity - Run Time 27:47
Danielle and Matt discuss types of validity and threats to validity. Focusing on internal and external validity. Supplemental to Research Methods Classes.
Graduate Student Panel - Run Time 1:10:31
Our Alumni, Hillary Doyle,Hannah Funderburk, Kelsey Morren, and Ansley Tucker, came down and joined several students to help answer their questions about the graduate school application process and life after a Bachelors Degree
Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Spatial Psychology - Run Time 1:08:23
In this episode, the topics covered are in the fields of experimental psychology and cognitive spatial psychology. The host, Matt Bruster, talks with special guest, Dr. Adam Hutcheson, who has a PhD in experimental psychology from the University of South Carolina.
Military Psychology - Run Time 50:32
Danielle Balsamo and Amelia Hays interview Clay Manning, a Military Psychologist.
I/O Psychology - Run Time- (1:37:36)
Matt and Dr. Dawson discuss the field of Industrial Organizational Psychology from its humble beginnings, to the differences between a Masters and Doctorate Degree and what the job entails. Dr. Dawson discusses his favorite research projects and some graduate schools that are especially good at producing effective I/O Psychologists.
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Links in todays Episode
APA Mistakes and Misgivings- Run time (1:03:19)
Social Psychology -Run time (28:00)
In this episode Dr. Kelly Cate joins Danielle to discuss the importance of Social Psychology in todays world, her focus on testosterone and hormonal research, (mis) perceptions of beauty, Human Factors,graduate schools (see below) as well her thoughts on the future of the cyberpsychology and social behaviors.
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