Shrink Tank Podcast Ep. 94 - The Rise of YouTube Stars
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Ep. 94 The Rise of YouTube Stars

Ep. 94 The Rise of YouTube Stars

Throughout this episode of the Shrink Tank Podcast, our team of Shrinks discusses the phenomenon of YouTube stardom.

YouTube has become a platform for people with all kinds of interests, hobbies, and passions to share their craft and find a community of like-minded people. The role of social media in this phenomenon has resulted in everyday people being catapulted to celebrity status. Listen in as we discuss this, why people born after 1995 aren’t millennials and need their own category, and how depressed people have a hindsight bias where they project their bleak outlook on past events as well as the present and future.

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

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