The Psych Files

The Psych Files is a podcast for anyone who wonders why we do what we do. Experienced educator Michael Britt, Ph.D., in an upbeat and friendly style, shows you how ideas from the field of psychology apply to everyday life. If you’re a life-long learner, a student or a teacher, you’ll find his 20-30 minute episodes enjoyable and educational. Over 14 million episodes have been downloaded to date with over 100,000 people listening every month. See what all the talk is about!

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Episode 22 (video): The Brains Behind Erikson Part 1 - Timeliner


In this episosde I demonstrate how I used the program called Timeliner to examine Erikson's stages, my life and the biological changes we experience as we grow.


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 2007-07-20  14m
 
 

Episode 21: Erikson's Eight Stages of Life


This week on The Psych Files we take a stroll through the various phases of life: from childhood, to adolescence, into mid-life and then we listen to two interesting voices of men nearing the end of... Show notes and more available at http://www.theps...


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 2007-07-09  48m
 
 

Episode 20: The Robber's Cave Study - Exactly What Happened?


What do gangs, asteroids, a giant octopus and little boys at a summer camp in Robber's Cave State Park in 1954 have in common? Find out this week as we take a look at a wonderful study in psychology... Show notes and more available at http://www.the...


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 2007-06-27  22m
 
 

Episode 19: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: an interview with Jamie O’Neil


Want to learn more about EMDR? Listen to this interview with Jamie O’Neil who explains how EMDR works. Turns out it’s about a lot more than just eye movements. Learn more about Bilateral Stimulation... Show notes and more available at http://www.theps...


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 2007-06-19  29m
 
 

Episode 18: Critical Thinking and the Overflowing Cup


Everyone thinks critical thinking is a great thing. I don’t disagree, but how about a little open mindedness? I take a look at last week's episode on energy medicine and discuss being critical, the... Show notes and more available at http://www.thepsy...


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 2007-06-11  22m
 
 

Episode 16: Personal Space Invasion: What Happens When Someone Invades Your Personal Space?


I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the studies in psychology that I remember not so much because they were groundbreaking or well known (like Pavlov’s dogs or Milgram’s studies on... Show notes and more available at http://www.theps...


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 2007-05-28  23m
 
 

Episode 15: It’s Not Fair! Equity in Life and Work


The battle cry of childhood - It’s not fair - tends to follow us throughout life. Let’s take a look at how fairness, or the lack therof, plays itself out in the work place. Get ready for a little... Show notes and more available at http://www.thepsych...


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 2007-05-19  22m
 
 

Episode 14 (video): What Does Your Car Say About You?


What does your car say about you? Find out this week on The Psych Files.


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 2007-05-08  18m
 
 

Episode 13: Big Brother? What Your Grocery Store Knows About You


The question this week: Does your local grocery store know more about you than you do? We take a look at the research that’s been done to learn more about your behavior in the supermarket and how... Show notes and more available at http://www.thepsych...


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 2007-05-03  19m
 
 

Episode 12: The Necessity of the Frame in Psychotherapy


What is the “frame” in psychotherapy and why do we need to keep it from breaking? This week I discuss some guidelines set forth by Robert Langs, MD regarding how to know when your relationship with... Show notes and more available at http://www.thepsy...


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 2007-04-25  35m