Monthly Archives: June 2008

#161 – Shrink Rap Radio LIVE! #10

Jerry Trumbule, M.A., ABD and I get together on blogtalkradio to discuss psychology. I later put the show up here. In this show, the discussion focuses on whether Google and the Internet are making us stupid. In the course of the discussion, we refer to three different articles. The first is by Leonard Pitts, Jr., […]

#160 – Drunk With Wonder

Steve Ryals is author of the new book Drunk with Wonder: Awakening to the God Within. Through learning to be present to his own deep feelings, Ryals was able to let go of years of addictive behavior, including freeing himself of decades of alcohol abuse seven years ago. He attributes his current health and happiness […]

#159 – Therapist to The Hollywood Stars

#158 – Psychology, Economics, and Learning Communities

Arthur Warmoth, Ph.D. is professor of psychology at Sonoma State University in Northern California, where he has taught since 1969. He has served three terms as department chair and is currently chair of the Academic Planning Committee. He is also past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology (AHP) and has served as a member […]

#157 – The Psychology of SecondLife

Wagner James Au is author of the 2008 book, The Making of Second Life: Notes from The New World. From April 2003 to February 2006, he was a contract writer for Linden Lab, creators of Second Life, primarily hired by the company to cover SL as an embedded journalist in an emerging society– its controversies, […]