066 │ A Hierarchy of Needs Part 1│ Why We Do What We Do

Abraham and Shane team up to tackle the technical details of Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. From a historical overview to a critical analysis, part 1 explores the background of this landmark hypothesis.  Check out next week's episode for specific criticisms and research using Maslow's hierarchy.

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065 │ The Whole Story of Little Albert│ Why We Do What We Do

Miranda and Abraham describe the "Little Albert" experiment in detail. This goes over how the experiment was carried out and the latest information on what happened to Little Albert after he left the experiment.

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064 │ Hypnosis│ Why We Do What We Do

In this episode, Miranda, Shane, and Abraham discuss hypnosis. What are some potential explanations for this phenomenon? Is it just a party trick or a viable therapeutic intervention? 

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056 │ Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS) w/ Dr. George Sugai │ Why We Do What We Do

In this episode, Shane and RYANO talk about psychology in the workplace.welcome on Dr. George Sugai to talk about Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports. 

"The broad purpose of PBIS is to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of schools and other agencies." - https://www.pbis.org/

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