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Great Ideas in Psychology

by Dr. Todd Daniel

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This is a podcast about the greatest ideas in the field psychology. It is based on my Introduction to Psychology class that I taught for over a decade. Come explore these fascinating topics with an entertaining and informative presentation of the basics. Perfect for all students of psychology, especially those in introductory classes. (Listeners can email Professor Todd at ToddDaniel@MissouriState.edu)

Customer Reviews

Amazing, with a handful of notable gaffs

You use the fallacious misquote of Darwin regarding the eye to chastise anti-creationists. Darwin actually states: "To suppose that the eye... could have been formed by natural selection [seems] absurd in the highest degree" but further in the paragraph places that statement in the context of describing how awesome it is that it did indeed evolve.

"[Pavlov's] writings record the use of a wide variety of stimuli, including electric shocks, whistles, metronomes, tuning forks, and a range of visual stimuli, in addition to ringing a bell" -wikipedia [Thomas, Roger K. (1994)]

You said one other thing that grated on me, but I've forgotten what by now.

Because aside from these gaffs, your podcast is amazing, crisp, insightful, with very clever non-typical explanations of a variety of psychological phenomenon. Truly a treat!

Great!

Very good analogies, informative, and all-around interesting to listen to!

Great Collection for Psychology Majors

I find that alot of the track greatly help to reinforce what i learn in class, wish you woud a weekly podcast. Great Collection