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Description

A fantastic podcast which pairs psychology with pop culture (movies, music, books, tv shows, comic books, etc.). Not only the "artistic" pieces of pop culture deserve analysis. Tune in every week for a different take on your favorites! E-mail at dave@popculturecasestudy.com

Customer Reviews

Movies and Pyschology for the win!

I really enjoy Dave's breakdown of popular movies and pairing it with psychology. I've always been interested in why we do the weird things we do and love listening to him breaking down my favorite movies. I never feel out of my depth. Informative and fun. Definitely a highlight to listen to each week.

The Best!

Yes, I am totally reviewing my own podcast ;) I, of course, enjoy it, although it is strange to hear one’s voice outside of my own head. I hope you enjoy the podcast too!

Psychology and Cinema

I am a regular listener of this podcast and look forward to each episode. Each week I learn something new in the world of psychology and not only find upcoming moves that I want to see but am also motivated to re-watch the old ones. Dave has a great perspective on society, entertainment, and academia. Somehow he is able to bring them all together into one podcast that leaves me edified, laughing and yes, sometimes crying.

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