Ep 200: Reflections on the 200th Show!

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Thank YOU Squarespace for sponsoring the 200th episode!

Thank YOU Squarespace for sponsoring the 200th episode!

Thank you so much for listening to The Psych Files for the past 6 1/2 years. In this episode I provide a little background on how the podcast started and what has happened as it grew over the years. It just past 8 million downloads and I want to share a few thoughts on this with you. Thank you everybody!

Facts about the Show

  • Started in January of 2007
  • Over 9 million episode downloads
  • 4,500 episode downloads day on average
  • Almost always in the top 10 of iTunes Higher Ed
  • Website gets an average of 800 hits day
  • 4 1/2 stars from 131 ratings on iTunes
  • The show has been featured in the APA Monitor, The Discovery Channel show Dark Matters, and has led to invited presentations at APA and APS conferences

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Upcoming Episodes

  • More Great Psychology Apps
  • Abandoned Suitcases Reveal Private Lives of Insane Asylum Patients
  • jetlag/circadian rhythms
  • New Little Albert Findings
  • Psychology of laughter with Greg Dugan
  • New treatments for autism
  • Kohlberg stages of Moral Development
  • Visual illusions
  • Psychology of Magic
  • More on the DSM5
  • The Strengths Perspective (Social Work)
  • Anorexia/Bulimia
  • The Controversy over the Effects of Serotonin
  • A Call To Men
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Allowing children to have dogs accompany them while they testify
  • Transcranial stimulation
  • Stats: chi-square, t-test, anova
  • How medications work
  • anesthesia
  • Narrative Therapy (Damien from facebook)

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One Comment on “Ep 200: Reflections on the 200th Show!”

  1. Congratulations on 200 episodes. I have listened to all of them and enjoy them immensely.
    Great to see you will be doing an episode on the psychology of magic. I'm looking forward to it.

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