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Ep. 100 Strangest Things in Pop Culture…

Ep. 100 Strangest Things in Pop Culture…

Our 100th podcast gets downright strange! Our celebratory episode nods to the upcoming Stranger Things 2 premiere with our conversation focusing on the Strangest Things in pop culture, as well as our personal and professional lives. Throughout this episode of the Shrink Tank Podcast, our panel of Shrinks get contemplative, personal, and as usual, strange.

In our Being Human segment, we discuss the recent findings of how fear influences the way that both liberal and conservative views are formed as well how talking to a chatbot, known as Woebot, reduces the likelihood of depression.



Join our Shrink Tank podcast contributors Dave Verhaagen, Emma Kate Wright, Frank Gaskill and Jonathan Hetterly as they discuss this week’s trending topic.

Session with the Shrinks too short? Check out our last episode here.

 

As promised, the Psych Weasel photograph. #TBT

 

 

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