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PsychEverywhere Season 1


Season 1: Diverse Voices

Diverse Voices: What Should You Say When Asked If You See Race?

September 19, 2019: Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum is the esteemed author of Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race. In this episode, she answers questions about how to talk about race.

Diverse Voices: Connecting Culture and Happiness

August 30, 2019: Culture has been found to influence the way you feel and the way you want to feel. Dr. Jeanne Tsai shares about what ideal affect is and whether you can change the way you want to feel.

Diverse Voices: Who’s Being Trafficked? And by Whom?

August 15, 2019: Did you know that climate change is affecting human trafficking? Together, Drs. Nancy M. Sidun, Yvette G. Flores, Irma Barron, and Jill J. Bloom share rarely known facts about human trafficking such as tourist trafficking and the reason why some people do not self-identify as being trafficked.

Diverse Voices: Conducting Cross-Cultural Research With Psi Chi

August 6, 2019: NICE Chair Kelly Cuccolo talks about the first-ever Psi Chi CROWD research project. Do you know the benefits of conducting research that is cross-cultural in nature? What experiences and skills will research participants gain?

Diverse Voices: How Can You Help When Disaster Strikes?

August 6, 2019: Dr. Ani Kalayjian discusses how to conduct and support humanitarian missions. What are strategies to put safety first during missions? How can you decide who needs your help the most?

Diverse Voices: Dr. Antonio Puente on Health Resources for Hispanics

August 6, 2019: The first-ever episode of this podcast series discusses the following questions: Why should Hispanics have access to more mental health resources? And are there ways in which these resources should be unique from existing resources?

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