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Brainscape

By Amelia Hilton
We are 'Brainscape' - The Glasgow University Psychology Society podcast.
Listen out for our weekly thought-provoking podasts exploring real applications of psychology research.
In our Campus Chat episodes we get opinions from all over campus about our topic.
In Brainscape part 1 and 2 we discuss amazing reserach with great co-hosts and in our interviews you can hear academics delve deeper into exciting research.

Email Brainscape@gmail.com to give us opinions, suggestions and get your audio clips featured in an episode!
Created by Amelia Hilton for the Glasgow University Psychology Society.
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Making and breaking habits - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 4

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Talk with Thoughts (Philosophy Society Podcast)
Psychology and Philosophy join forces - Katie Moody talks to Amelia about the brand new philosophy society podcast 'thoughts' in this interview epsiode. Hear them dip into post-moderism, pain and time-travel in this fantastic collab episode.
31:58
September 14, 2020
Coronapod - Part 2
Amelia, ellie and tereza discuss why lockdown has changed guilty pleasures, alcohol consumption and self presentation.
24:58
May 25, 2020
Coronapod - Part 1
Amelia, Ellie and Tereza compete in a good news quiz and explore resilience and how life has changed under lockdown in part one of Coronapod.
47:02
May 23, 2020
Coronapod - Campus chat
Ali asks UofG students about what has been keeping them hopeful during isolation.
00:43
May 22, 2020
Attached - Part 2
Amelia,  Alex and Alejandra explore whether parental attachment really does impact your romantic relationships.  The Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This episode was written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Alex Carlino-Rackett and Alejandra Jordano. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 14/2/2020 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab.
14:48
April 14, 2020
Attached - Part 1
Amelia, Alex and Alejandra quiz eachother childhood attachment theory and discuss how your attachment style affects adult relationships. The Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This episode was written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Alex Carlino-Rackett and Alejandra Jordano. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 14/2/2020 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab.
28:40
March 31, 2020
Attached - Campus chat
In this mini episode Ali asks UofG student about their relationship 'Red Flags' and warning signs in potential partners.
00:46
March 28, 2020
Storytime!
Amelia, Jacqueline and Merlin cover how stories are used in lying, learning and healing in this extended December episode. The Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This episode was recorded by Amelia Hilton, Jacqueline Tdestsgrob and Merlin Schaefer. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 03/12/2019 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab.
50:34
December 24, 2019
Loneliness - Part 2
Amelia,  Ábel and Nefeli continue exploring loneliness, focusing on Older People - Social isolation prevelance, the physical and psychological effects of loneliness and different interventions. The Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This episode was recorded by Amelia Hilton, Nefeli Lambrou and Ábel Keszler. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 16/11/2019 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab.
37:59
December 6, 2019
Loneliness - Part 1
Amelia, Ábel and Nefeli explore loneliness in young adults- what makes them feel lonely, whether social media reduces or increases loneliness and different coping mechanisms. The Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This episode was recorded by Amelia Hilton, Nefeli Lambrou and Ábel Keszler. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 1/11/2019 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab.
48:50
November 16, 2019
Loneliness - Campus Chat
Our Campus Chat correspondent Ali asks UofG students "what's the best way to overcome loneliness?"
01:15
November 5, 2019
Face your fears! - Brainscape Interview (Doctor Eugene Dawydiak and Doctor Jude Stevenson)
Amelia talks to Doctor Eugene Dawydiak and Doctor Jude Stevenson about their research into trypophobia, pathogen-disgust and stigmatisation of mental health conditions. Brainscape podcast was created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This conversation was recorded by Amelia Hilton, Doctor Eugene Dawydiak ad Doctor Jude Stevenson. Produced Amelia Hilton. Original music by Jack Harding. Recorded on the 1/11/2019 in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab. Contact Jude - https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/psychology/staff/judestevenson/ Contact Eugene - https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/psychology/staff/eugenedawydiak/ Link to Trypophobia preprint  -  https://psyarxiv.com/9vzt7/ Link to Stigmatisation paper - https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40806-019-00208-x GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
48:55
November 1, 2019
Face your Fears! - Part 2
In Part 2 Amelia, Merlin and Lauren discuss unusual fears and different techniques to beat your fears (plus a bonus section where Amelia talks about her skydiving adventures!).  Look at our citation document for more information on the studies and topics discussed in the episode - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z-XIjJBDihQfjNlWtD3uT1qslvzLB1aJOI4ocIep8ms/edit?usp=sharing
27:17
October 31, 2019
Face your Fears! - Part 1
Amelia, Merlin and Lauren bring you speedy studies and explore theories on fear in part 1 of our first Brainscape main episode.
22:52
October 30, 2019
Face your fears! - Campus Chat
UofG students answer the question "What's the best way to overcome your fears?"
01:06
October 29, 2019
at The Stand - Psych Soc O’Clock - Interview 6
This month we talk to professional funny people at Glasgow’s The Stand about everything that goes in writing, putting on and performing stand-up. With interviews and original material from Scott, Bruce Morton, Janey Godley, Stephen Buchanan, Rachel Jackson, Marc Jennings and Keith Farnan.   Warning! There’s some strong language and a lot of laughs in this folks, so prepare yourselves.  Find links to all our listening platforms here - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock Youtube - https://youtu.be/xbYRlO2TCPs Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society. Recorded at The Stand, Glasgow on the 25th April, 2019. Produced by Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding. Psych Soc O’clock does not own any of the music (besides the theme-tune) used in the episode.  A huge thanks to the Stand and all of the performers and staff that helped make this episode happen, see where they are performing next! The Stand website - https://www.thestand.co.uk/whats-on/Glasgow (@StandGlasgow) Compere - Janey Godley (@JaneyGodley) Stephen Buchanan (@sbuchanan27 ‏) Rachel Jackson (@r_jacz) Marc Jennings  (@MarcJennings90) Keith Farnan (@KeithFarnan) Bruce Morton (http://www.brucemorton.net/) Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/
1:06:41
May 1, 2019
Make 'em laugh - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 7
Make 'em laugh - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 7 In this Psych Soc O’Clock episode Amelia, Elisa and Alejandra get the giggles about all things funny. Join us for a right laugh while we discuss the different types, purposes and performers of comedy.  Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society  Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Elisa Serra and Alejandra Jordano Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding, with original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in University of Glasgow School of Psychology faculty Speech Lab  Listen on: Anchor -  https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock/episodes/Make-em-laugh---Psych-Soc-OClock---Episode-7-e3osu2 Spotify - (to come)  Apple podcasts - (to come) Youtube -  https://youtu.be/fljrUK1iN34 Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw References - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tryATUGIULy7mmZhEvlImBo7TwoJbIG_aodVfCD4cjU/edit?usp=sharing
1:01:28
April 17, 2019
Psychopathy in Prisons - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 5 (Marc Kozlowski)
In this Psych Soc O’Clock interview Amelia talks with Associate Professor Marc Kozlowski from Edinburgh Napier University about diagnosing and interacting with psychopathic individuals within the criminal justice system.   Listen on Apple Podcasts - (to come) Spotify - (to come) Anchor (to access all other platforms) - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock Youtube - https://youtu.be/kTqx-rT6MEw Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society  This conversation was recorded by Amelia Hilton and Professor Marc Kozlowski  Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding  Original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab  Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Marc’s webiste - https://www.napier.ac.uk/error?aspxerrorpath=/people/marc-kozlowski Scottish Prison Service website - http://www.sps.gov.uk/ PCL-R - Hare, R. D. (2003). The hare psychopathy checklist-revised (2nd ed.). Toronto: Multi-Health Systems. CAPP diagnostic tool - https://www.gcu.ac.uk/capp2/whatisthecapp/ GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
53:33
March 31, 2019
Psychopathy: Criminal and Corporate - Psych Soc O’Clock - Episode 6
In this Psych Soc O’Clock episode Amelia, Kevin and Elisa discuss Psychopathy - looking at common misconceptions, the different types of psychopaths and discuss its evolutionary origins. Featuring Mary Turner Thomson who discusses how she discovered her husband was a Psychopath. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society  Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Kevin Wilson-Smith and Emily Smith  Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding, with original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in University of Glasgow School of Psychology faculty Speech Lab  Listen on: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock/episodes/Psychopathy-Criminal-and-Corporate---Psych-Soc-OClock---Episode-6-e3fhiv Youtube - https://youtu.be/8TKPZxdHZ8E Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Mary Turner Thomson’s website -  http://www.maryturnerthomson.com  Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw References - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wb45zaxs53oy_AQx757_qlLWaeYs0ofXluwzIwghASQ/edit?usp=sharing
1:04:28
March 16, 2019
Looking Good - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 4 (Professor Ben Jones)
Looking Good - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 4 (Professor Ben Jones) In this Psych Soc O’Clock interview Amelia talks to Professor Ben Jones about his research from the face lab and which physical characteristics make us all hot and bothered. Listen on Anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock Youtube - https://youtu.be/GiM12DddyxU Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This conversation was recorded by Amelia Hilton and Professor Ben Jones Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding Original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab  Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Links to Ben’s work  - http://facelab.org/People/benjones http://www.faceresearch.org/ - short face perception experiments! How symmetrical is your face? - http://www.pichacks.com/welcome.php#  GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
54:46
February 27, 2019
Love is in the air - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 5
Love is in the air - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 5 In this Psych Soc O’Clock episode Amelia, Emma and Elisa look at some lovely studies about physical attraction, tips for successful dating profiles and first dates, what makes long-term relationships works and love and affection for our family, friends and pets. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society  Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Emma Strang and Elisa Serra Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding, with original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in University of Glasgow School of Psychology faculty Speech Lab  Listen on: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock/episodes/Love-is-in-the-air---Psych-Soc-OClock---Episode-5-e3755u Youtube - https://youtu.be/GhvE5MoVo2U Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Peter Lovatt’s website - https://www.peterlovatt.com/ Peter Lovatt’s textbook ‘Dance Psychology’ - https://www.peterlovatt.com/apps/webstore/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
1:06:55
February 14, 2019
Making and breaking habits - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 4
In this Psych Soc O’Clock episode Amelia, Naomi and Heather take a look habits - how they are formed, how to break bad ones, make new ones and how mindfulness can help bring more intentional behaviours into our daily lives. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society. Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Naomi Clark and Heather Hooper.  Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding, with original music by Jack Harding. Recorded in University of Glasgow School of Psychology faculty Speech Lab.  Listen on-  Anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock/episodes/Making-and-breaking-habits---Psych-Soc-OClock---Episode-4-e3327v Youtube - (to come) References - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AOImDWasjFtelAGkUKPUCB9vbkCNhEMqyZCEeIRUMbk/edit?usp=sharing Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Naomi Clark Twitter - @NaomiClarkPsy Naomi Clark website - https://naomiclark.github.io/website/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
1:01:08
January 31, 2019
Handling habits - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 3 (Professor Lawrence Barsalou)
Handling habits - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 3 (Professor Laurence Barsalou) In this Psych Soc O’Clock interview Amelia talks to Professor Lawrence Barsalou about habit models, healthy eating, stress and saying ‘kind of’ too much.  Apologies for the slight hissing, we had a recording issue we have fixed for the next episode! Listen on Anchor - https://anchor.fm/psychsococlock Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8HKOvdX5zQ&t=16s Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society This conversation was recorded by Amelia Hilton and Professor Lawrence Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding Original music by Jack Harding  Recorded in the University of Glasgow School Psychology and Neuroscience faculty Speech Lab  Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/psychsococlock Psych Soc O’Clock spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/04rGxDKxXLa7OE96cA0Vta?si=i4O71s6mQHeZ5TQLAhcwGA Links to Larry’s work  - https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/psychology/staff/lawrencebarsalou/ http://barsaloulab.org/lab-members/lawrence-barsalou/ GU Psychology Society FB - https://www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - https://www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG3sPPBS95aAsLFaUDJ5Ra1kF-b_QN0dVjF07DHgnFsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
57:13
January 28, 2019
Wishes for a Wonderful Winter - Psych Soc O'Clock (Ep. 3 part 1)
In this december episode of Psych Soc O’Clock, this  month we’ll be trying to get you into the festive spirit by looking at  winter traditions around the world, what makes the perfect gift and how  to maintain harmony during family visits. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Leya Kati and Jaqueline Tdetsgrob Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding Original music by Jack Harding Recorded in University of Glasgow School of Critical Studies Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock soundcloud - @psychsococlock Psych Soc O’Clock spotify - open.spotify.com/show/04rGxDKxXLa…6mQHeZ5TQLAhcwGA GU Psychology Society FB - www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG…Fsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
1:03:47
January 28, 2019
Exams, here we go again - Psych Soc O'Clock (Ep. 2 part 1)
This month Psych Soc O’Clock tackles tips for surviving  the exam period and thriving in exams. We discuss psychological tips and  tricks for effective revision, ways to de-stress and put our hosts and  listeners to the test in a memory competition! Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Rhoda Von Below and Kaori Takeda Molina Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding Original music by Jack Harding Recorded in University of Glasgow school of critical studies for providing the recording facility Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTl…iew_as=subscriber Psych Soc O’Clock soundcloud - @psychsococlock Psych Soc O’Clock spotify - open.spotify.com/show/04rGxDKxXLa…6mQHeZ5TQLAhcwGA UCLA Guided meditation - www.uclahealth.org/marc/body.cfm?i…cm7uHSg_zq_m96U GU Psychology society FB - www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG…Fsjhn1iz8q-_HUw Elephant in the room FB page - www.facebook.com/QMUelephant/ GU positive minds FB page - www.facebook.com/gupositiveminds/ References / links can be found at docs.google.com/document/d/1y4Cwu…/edit?usp=sharing
44:33
January 28, 2019
Catching some ZZZs - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 2 (Dr. Heather Cleland Woods and Holly Scott)
In this Psych Soc O’Clock interview Amelia talks to Dr.  Heather Cleland Woods and Holly Scott about counting sheep, why students  need sleep and how to rest deep(ly) in the run up to exams. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the Glasgow University Psychology Society Recorded by Amelia Hilton, Dr. Heather Cleland Woods and Holly Scott Produced Amelia Hilton and edited by Jack Harding Original music by Jack Harding Recorded in the University of Glasgow School of Critical Studies for providing the recording facility Psych Soc O’Clock email - psychsococlock@gmail.com Psych Soc O’Clock youtube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCKICbmTlhVeL1OzbEZSyjRA Psych Soc O’Clock soundcloud - @psychsococlock Psych Soc O’Clock spotify - open.spotify.com/show/04rGxDKxXLa…6mQHeZ5TQLAhcwGA #sleepyteens twitter - twitter.com/hashtag/sleepyteens?src=hash Heather Wood’s twitter - twitter.com/clelandwoods Heather Wood’s research - www.gla.ac.uk/schools/psychology…taff/heatherwoods/ Holly Scott’s twitter - twitter.com/hollyscott248 Holly Scott’s research - hollyscottresearch.github.io/me/ GU Psychology Society FB - www.facebook.com/GUpsychologysociety/ Jack Harding’s website - www.jackharding.me/?fbclid=IwAR1dG…Fsjhn1iz8q-_HUw
33:15
January 28, 2019
Eerie Ethics - Psych Soc O'Clock - Interview 1 (Professor Helena Paterson)
  Amelia and Professor Helena Paterson delve into some ‘eerie ethics’ and discuss psychological studies which give us the creeps. References from the recording: The study that broke science: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daryl_Bem#.…e.22_controversy Superstitious perception: Gosselin,  F., & Schyns, P. G. (2003). Superstitious perceptions reveal  properties of internal representations. Psychological Science, 14(5),  505-509. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12930484 The Monster Study: Silverman, F. H. (1988). The “monster” study. Journal of fluency disorders, 13(3), 225-231. www.spring.org.uk/2007/06/monster-study.php - (not the study itself, but includes key information) Carney Landis: Landis,  C. (1924). Studies of Emotional Reactions. II. General Behavior and  Facial Expression. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 4(5), 447. psycnet.apa.org/record/1926-08449-001; bizzarrobazar.com/en/2017/05/28/le…i-carney-landis/ - (summary of Landis) Mischel Marshmallow study: Mischel,  W., & Baker, N. (1975). Cognitive appraisals and transformations in  delay behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 31(2),  254. Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the University of Glasgow Psychology Society Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton and Professor Helena Paterson Produced and edited by Amelia Hilton Original music by Sonia Kilman (Facebook: www.facebook.com/sonia.killmann.3 Instagram: @dream__beings) Recording facilities provided by the University of Glasgow Critical Studies department
29:37
January 28, 2019
Happy Halloween! - Psych Soc O'Clock - Episode 1
This Halloween on Psych Soc O’Clock we explore the scarier side of  psychology, exploring why and when we feel fear and the scary effects  halloween costume cultural appropriation can have on all of us.   Created by Amelia Hilton in association with the University of Glasgow  Psychology Society  Written and recorded by Amelia Hilton, Emma Strang and Lea Kati. Produced by Amelia Hilton Edited by Imogen Mcleod  Original music by Sonia Kilman (Facebook: www.facebook.com/sonia.killmann.3 Instagram: @dream__beings) Recording facilities provided by the University of Glasgow Critical  Studies department   Studies mentioned in the podcast:   Cole, B., Matheson, K., & Anisman, H. (2007). The Moderating Role of  Ethnic Identity and Social Support on Relations Between Well‐Being and  Academic Performance 1. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 37(3),  592-615.   Feinstein, J. S., Adolphs, R., Damasio, A., & Tranel, D. (2011). The  human amygdala and the induction and experience of fear. Current  biology, 21(1), 34-38.   Fryberg, S. A., Markus, H. R., Oyserman, D., & Stone, J. M. (2008).  Of warrior chiefs and Indian princesses: The psychological consequences  of American Indian mascots. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 30(3),  208-218.   Goff, P. A., Steele, C. M., & Davies, P. G. (2008). The space  between us: stereotype threat and distance in interracial contexts.  Journal of personality and social psychology, 94(1), 91.   Kawai, N., Kubo, K., Masataka, N., & Hayakawa, S. (2016). Conserved  evolutionary history for quick detection of threatening faces. Animal  cognition, 19(3), 655-660.   Lipp, O. V. (2006). Of snakes and flowers: Does preferential detection  of pictures of fear-relevant animals in visual search reflect on  fear-relevance?. Emotion, 6(2), 296.   Öhman, A., & Mineka, S. (2001). Fears, phobias, and preparedness:  toward an evolved module of fear and fear learning. Psychological  review, 108(3), 483.   Öhman, A., & Soares, J. J. (1994). " Unconscious anxiety": phobic  responses to masked stimuli. Journal of abnormal psychology, 103(2),  231.  Phelps, E. A. (2004). Human emotion and memory: interactions of the  amygdala and hippocampal complex. Current opinion in neurobiology,  14(2), 198-202.  Seligman, M. E. (1971). Phobias and preparedness. Behavior therapy,  2(3), 307-320.   Stone, J., & McWhinnie, C. (2008). Evidence that blatant versus  subtle stereotype threat cues impact performance through dual processes.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44(2), 445-452. Other links:  Ohio univeristy poster campaign:  www.ohio.edu/orgs/stars/Poster_Campaign.html   Evolutionary roots of fear:  www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/conten…noredirect=on   Why do we enjoy fear?: online.csp.edu/blog/psychology/psychology-of-fear
19:22
January 28, 2019