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PsychEverywhere Season 2


Season 2: PsychEverywhere

Why Major in Psychology?

February 17, 2020: Guest speaker Dr. Stacie Spencer has three great reasons why you should major in psychology. She also provides specific advice to help you appreciate and apply your degree in the real world.

Speed Dating With Fields of Psychology

February 7, 2020: Listen to Dr. Ethan A. McMahan's rapid-fire summaries of six fascinating fields of psychology: positive, evolutionary, developmental, sport, social, and forensic.

Choosing Graduate Schools

February 3, 2020: What questions do you have about graduate school? This episode features Dr. Betsy Morgan’s big-picture advice to help you make informed decisions about your future in higher education.

Getting the Most Out of the Psych Major

January 23, 2020: Dr. Jane Halonen explores how to make the most of your academic opportunities. Next, she shares useful advice for students seeking to (a) continue their education in graduate school or (b) enter the workforce immediately following their undergraduate education.

Applying Psych (Without Expensive Textbooks!)

January 16, 2020: Can free educational resources like this podcast be used to help you learn? Psychology has answers, explains guest speaker Dr. Regan A. R. Gurung.

What's PsychEverywhere?

January 9, 2020: In this special episode, Dr. Regan A. R. Gurung and Bradley discuss the meaning of “PsychEverywhere” and new relevant publications and products. Plus, enjoy some teasers of upcoming Season 2 episodes!

Look Back at Season 1

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