Episode 33 – Pygmalion effect and Fundamental Attribution Error

Remember the pygmalion effect Liz talked about 9 episodes ago? Sharon re-covers the experiment in detail, like how does a teacher’s perception affect a student’s success? Do other peoples’ expectations of us ultimately affect us? What is the fundamental attribution error? Why would someone think you are pro-communism even when they know you were forced to write a paper on pro-communism? Do we often incorrectly judge people? Interesting topics, y’all! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe!

 

 

 

 

Episode 32 – Hazing and Multitasking

How does hazing affect someone’s perception of people and the situation? Does it actually cause people to like something more? What are the effects of multitasking? Remember the Stroop test from the previous episode? What does that have to do with multitasking? Take a listen and find out! Remember to review, rate, and subscribe!

 

 

 

 

Episode 31 – False confessions and Gaming

Why do false confessions happen? Do interrogators have certain tactics to get the confession they want? What does sleep have to do with all of this? How about gaming? If you played a lot of games when you were younger, does it affect you in your adult life? What if your start playing games at an older age? Is gaming even productive and helpful? Tune in and find out! Make sure you rate, review, and subscribe!

 

 

 

Episode 30 – Stages of change and Stroop Effect

What are the stages of change? How can you change a certain behavior? Are you ready to change? What’s the stroop effect? Why is it so hard to do the stroop test? How does color affect our comprehension of words? Listen and find out! And you know the drill…rate, review, subscribe!