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New Books in Psychology

By Marshall Poe

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Description

Interviews with Psychologists about their New Books

Customer Reviews

Great show

Just finished listening to the interview with Jonathan Metzl. Very good discussion and thought provoking subject. The audio quality could use improvement which is why I'm giving a 4 star rating. I look forward to hearing more from this service.

Good show

I enjoyed the interview with Jon Metzl. If they keep reviewing thought provoking books, the show has the ability to be awesome! Sound quality could use improvement. I look forawrd to more casts!

Interesting Podcast Series

I found this series from a sister podcast, "New Books in History." I heard one podcast from each, and find them to be pretty good insofar as the quality of discussion.

But, after listening to the episode "Compass of Pleasure" do have a few complaints.

One is the quality of the interviewers microphone. It was worse than the author she was interviewing and I found it to be pretty distracting. The second was a little more baffling. She either didn't seem that interested, or didn't know how to continue the conversation in a very fluid way. As a result it felt a little bit more like a one-sided lecture than an actual discussion.

I'll continue to listen to the podcast for the titles which interest me, but I hope it gets better by just being easier to listen to.