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  • 232 The REAL Truth about the “Separation of Church and State”

    16 MAY. 2024 · The idea of keeping religion separate from government is a core principle in numerous contemporary democracies. This idea aims to prevent any interference between religious beliefs and governmental matters. Nonetheless, the notion of a complete and rigid division between these two entities is frequently misunderstood.
    4m 4s
  • 231 Understanding Christian Perspectives on Societies' Exclusionary Tolerance

    9 MAY. 2024 · The advancement of inclusivity and equal rights for marginalized groups in society has largely been driven by the promotion of tolerance. Despite this progress, it is important to consider how this tolerance may unintentionally or intentionally, marginalize Christians or present obstacles for them in certain social settings.  This podcast seeks to delve into ways in which Christians can comprehend and navigate situations where societal tolerance may not fully include them, promoting understanding, communication, and mutual respect among diverse perspectives.
    5m 45s
  • 230 The Science Behind Aging and Memory

    2 MAY. 2024 · The natural progression of aging impacts various facets of our lives, notably our cognitive functions and memory. With age comes a typical shift in our memory capabilities. This podcast delves into the scientific realm of aging and memory, delving into the biological mechanisms at play, the factors that contribute to memory decline, and the most recent advancements in research within this domain.
    8m 1s
  • 229 The Power and Impact of Persuasive Technology

    28 ABR. 2024 · In the modern era of technology, persuasive tactics have become a dominant influence in molding human actions and impacting how decisions are made. Referred to as captology, this form of technology involves various methods and strategies designed to sway individuals towards specific behaviors or beliefs. Whether through social media channels, mobile applications, or other digital mediums, persuasive technology has seamlessly integrated into our routines, often exerting its influence discreetly.
    6m 1s
  • 228 Cyberslang and the Effects on Writing Skills

    18 ABR. 2024 · The emergence of technology and the widespread use of online communication platforms have led to the development of a unique style of language called cyber slang. Despite its increasing popularity as a means of communication, there is an ongoing discussion about how cyber slang affects formal writing abilities. This podcast delves into the impact of cyber slang on writing skills, analyzing its implications for language competency, literacy, and communication in various online and offline settings.
    6m 30s
  • 227 Fear of Missing Out

    12 ABR. 2024 · In today's hyperconnected society dominated by social media and uninterrupted communication, the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) has emerged as a widespread and influential element of modern existence. FOMO is characterized by a persistent sense of unease or worry that one is not participating in enjoyable experiences, gatherings, or social engagements that others are enjoying. This phenomenon carries considerable consequences for mental well-being, interpersonal relationships, and even financial decisions.
    5m 15s
  • 226 Defense Mechanisms

    4 ABR. 2024 · Defense mechanisms are psychological strategies that individuals use to cope with reality and protect themselves from feelings of anxiety and discomfort. These mechanisms operate at an unconscious level and are often used to distort, deny, or manipulate reality in order to reduce stress and maintain a sense of equilibrium. 
    3m 45s
  • 225 The Motte and Bailey Fallacy

    29 MAR. 2024 · The Motte and Bailey fallacy is a deceptive strategy where an individual alternates between two positions during an argument: a Motte position, which is easily defended but less extreme, and a Bailey position, which is more extreme and harder to justify. This fallacy is employed to dodge criticism or bolster one's argument by switching between these positions opportunistically.
    4m 30s
  • 224 Histrionic Personality Disorder

    21 MAR. 2024 · The purpose of this podcast is to offer a comprehensive analysis of histrionic personality disorder or (HPD), a psychological condition marked by attention-seeking tendencies, heightened emotions, and an ongoing craving for validation and approval. By delving into its symptoms, origins, diagnosis methods, and available treatments, I aim to provide an in-depth comprehension of histrionic personality disorder.
    7m 45s
  • 223 Anthropomorphism

    14 MAR. 2024 · The human tendency to assign human traits to non-human objects has fascinated people for a long time and influenced how we engage with our surroundings. Today we examine anthropomorphism, delving into its origins, psychological basis, consequences, and its important role in different facets of human existence.

Bob is an International Award-Winning Producer with degrees in Psychology and a Ph.D. In Journalism. He has worked for over 30 years in Radio and Television Broadcasting. He is presently...

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Bob is an International Award-Winning Producer with degrees in Psychology and a Ph.D. In Journalism.
He has worked for over 30 years in Radio and Television Broadcasting.
He is presently retired and enjoys spending his spare time creating podcasts.
Member Society of Professional Journalists
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