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Psychology Book Club Podcast

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Psychology enthusiasts from around the world meet up monthly for a lively skype conversation about an important psych book. Emphasis on how these ideas are relevant in our own lives.

Customer Reviews

Highly Recommended

I have learned so much participating in and listening to these discussions. I love that the topics are explored on an abstract and personal level. I highly recommend this podcast to everyone with interest in psychology.

Insightful psychology podcast

If you're among the many people who have an interest in psychology, the human condition, or just plain happiness, this podcast is for you. Excellent roundtable discussions (with fun witty banter, to be sure) make these excellent supplements or replacements for the texts. You can learn a lot just by listening to these podcasts.

Like, It's Almost, Like, Good Discussion, I Think. You Think?

I only listened to one episode (Nonviolent Communication), so I'm not the best reviewer for judging the whole series.
Like most people, I have annoying verbal tics, including saying "like" too much. But this podcast was almost unbearable with all of its "like, I don't know, like, does that make sense?" filler speech. I'd say it's like listening to a really bad intro college student discussion, but the actual content of what they are saying is better than that. It was just very difficult for me to focus on and enjoy that content because of the excessive "likes" and such. If that doesn't bother you, maybe the podcast will be fine for you. I find myself, like, totally, um, like, sort of, I don't know, like irritated? after listening, and, like, tense and annoyed, maybe?

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