Tom Cruise is one of the most fascinating celebrities in Hollywood. His filmography covers a myriad of genres, characters, and storylines. Today’s podcast focuses Mission: Impossible — Fallout, the psychology of Tom Cruise, and his controversial history in the limelight.
“You can see how [tom cruise’s] charisma and charm on the surface can be really likable, but gone to an extreme it could be really disturbing.”
– Jonathan Hetterly, LPC
In our Being Human segment, the Shrink Tank Podcast panelists discuss some of the latest findings on psychology in the news.
In a new study published by the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, evidence that college men who frequently participate in religious activities are less likely to engage in sexually aggressive and coercive behavior.
Read the article that inspired the discussion here.
Dr. Emma Kate Wright’s recommendation for the week is the documentary on Scientology, Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief.
Jonathan Hetterly, LPC’s recommendation is Bo Burnham’s directorial debut, middle schooler in today’s digital era.
Dr. Frank Gaskill’s recommendation is The Terror by Dan Simmons. If you love nautical history or adventurous novels, give this one a go.
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