In this April Fool’s Day-themed episode, Georjeanna and Ryan talk with St. Norbert Business Prof., UW-Green Bay alumna and humor expert, Lucy Arendt, about the psychology of humor. They tackle big questions like when is humor healthy? When is it unhealthy? And can a meatball be eaten as a hand fruit?
Professor Brian Merkel is featured as a guest in the Focus Fox Valley Podcast with Hayley Tenpas.
For its 100th episode, Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges and Ryan Martin talk with five Psychology and Stuff All-Stars about the one thing they want the world to know about psychology. Guests are faculty members Bryan Carr, Jason Cowell, Regan Gurung, Chris Smith and Kris Vespia. Access the podcast on Soundcloud.
We are living in a golden age for globalized pop culture—we have access to television, film, music, video games, books and comics from all over the world on a scale never before seen. Have you ever thought about what it takes to bring pop culture from one culture to another, though? Scott Strichart has, and as the senior localization producer for the Yakuza series at Sega, he has had a hand in bringing some of the most daunting, complex, and beloved Japanese video games to Western audiences. In this episode, Associate Professor Bryan Carr (Communication & Information Science) talks with Scott about the challenges and joys of localizing video games, from juggling unique spoken dialects to maintaining the cultural integrity of the original script to casting English voice actors to managing puns and humor. It’s a must-listen for Yakuza fans, video game fans, or anyone interested in managing creative works across cultures. And Dr. Carr manages to keep the fanboying to…well, “a minimum” isn’t quite right, but he tries. You can download the new episode via SoundCloud or via your favorite podcast providers like Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
Join on Facebook or Zoom for a live discussion with two fabulous high school psychology teachers. Jason Baudhuin and Adam Wiskerchen join Psychology and Stuff live to talk about what they like about teaching psychology to high school students, their favorite topics, and what they are most proud of. One of their alumni, Paige Anderson—now a UW-Green Bay Psychology major—joins in to talk about how her high school psychology experience shaped her current interests.
In this months ‘The Pod Couple’ article for CAHSS and Effect, Prof. and Associate Dean for CAHSS Ryan Martin (Psychology) discusses two new podcasts, Pop Culture Happy Hour and Mysterious Mysteries of Toby Taylor.
Read the full article on CAHSS & Effect.
Psych and Stuff is celebrating its 100th episode! This episode will feature some of the most frequent Psych and Stuff guests, Psych and Stuff “All-Stars,” who will answer the question, “What is the one psych-related fact you want the world to know?” Join them Feb. 8 at 9:30 a.m. Ask questions of the All-Stars, and learn more about the upcoming Psych and Stuff season! It’s free and open to the public.
In this sustainability-focused episode recorded live from the Common CAHSS: Beyond Sustainability conference, we interview Prof. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges (Psychology). You won’t want to miss our sustainability upcycles of classic games at the end of this episode!
Through podcasts, businesses can build stronger connections with their customers, says Vallari Chandna, chair of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s marketing and management program.
Source: Insight Publications | Tuning in