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Our Liverpool Psychology hub is a creative arena that can be utilised to share innovative ideas and opinions with regards to contemporary issues in psychology. Our hub is enthusiastically supported by a strong network of passionate students, researchers and teaching staff who are fully committed to promoting the expanding field of psychology to a wider audience. By working together to allow the field of psychology to flourish beyond the classroom and other stereotypical clinical settings, we hope that our hub will help to inspire other individuals to interact with our discussions. We also endeavour to empower others with the curiosity and confidence to question the normative yet bizarre nature of human thought and behaviour, which will ultimately shape our species’ future existence...

Latest Episodes

Episode 11 - Black Lives Matter Special

Episode 11 is a BLM special with Editor-in-Chief of PsychLiverpool (Jasmine), our two new hosts (Appey and Miriam) and guest (Claire). Four female academics drawing on personal experiences in an honest and open conversation discuss the movement, what it means to them and what we can all do moving forward.

59 min3 w ago
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Episode 11 - Black Lives Matter Special

Episode 10 – Intuition and Expertise

In episode 10, host Elliot discusses intuition and expertise with Dr Philippe Chassy. Before this, Elliot welcomes two new hosts for the podcast, Appey and Miriam.

14 minMAR 16
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Episode 10 – Intuition and Expertise

Episode 9 – Consciousness

In episode 9, host Elliot discusses consciousness and the issues surrounding researching the topic with Dr Alexis Makin.

50 minJAN 31
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Episode 9 – Consciousness

Episode 7 – Problems in Psychology Series: Part 1

This is the first of our Problems in Psychology series. Elliot and Dr Paul Christiansen discuss the issues within social science research, such as the replication crisis, and provide possible solutions.

36 min2019 OCT 6
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Episode 7 – Problems in Psychology Series: Part 1

Episode 6 – The Biomedical Model of Mental Health

In this episode, Elliot and Professor Peter Kinderman discuss the biomedical model of mental health and the potential for a shift to social-based therapies for those experiencing mental distress.

29 min2019 JUL 26
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Episode 6 – The Biomedical Model of Mental Health

Episode 5 – Psychoactive Substances and Mental Health

In this episode, Elliot and Dr Carl Roberts discuss the effects of psychoactive substances (i.e. ketamine) and their role in treating mental disorders.

41 min2019 JUN 4
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Episode 5 – Psychoactive Substances and Mental Health

Guest Episode 1 – Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

PsychLiverpool introduces its first special guest podcast. These guest episodes include discussions between psychologists and other professionals covering a variety of topics. In this episode, our guest host Dr Warren Donnellan interviews Professor Louise Kenny about her experiences of caregiving for her father who has been diagnosed with dementia.

40 min2019 APR 23
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Guest Episode 1 – Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

Episode 4 – Revisiting Rat Park

In this podcast, Elliot revisits the Rat Park studies with Dr Suzi Gage. These studies were at the forefront of the biopsychosocial approach to understanding addiction. The methodological benefits and limitations are discussed as well the impact of the research.

24 min2019 FEB 28
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Episode 4 – Revisiting Rat Park

Episode 3 – Student Wellbeing and Loneliness

In episode three, Elliot speaks to Dr Minna Lyons and Dr Warren Donnellan about human experiences of loneliness and resilience with a focus on the wellbeing of University students. Listen to find out how to become resilient when experiencing loneliness and, more importantly, how we can help others!

29 min2019 JAN 25
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Episode 3 – Student Wellbeing and Loneliness

Episode 2 – Xmas Excess

Our second podcast is a Christmas special with our host Elliot, Graeme Knibb and Dr Greg Keenan talking about the consumption of food and alcohol over the Christmas period. Do we consume more, why might we, what are the implications, and ways we can manage our own consumption, are all discussed. Warning: this podcast contains strong language.

45 min2018 DEC 24
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Episode 2 – Xmas Excess

Latest Episodes

Episode 11 - Black Lives Matter Special

Episode 11 is a BLM special with Editor-in-Chief of PsychLiverpool (Jasmine), our two new hosts (Appey and Miriam) and guest (Claire). Four female academics drawing on personal experiences in an honest and open conversation discuss the movement, what it means to them and what we can all do moving forward.

59 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 11 - Black Lives Matter Special

Episode 10 – Intuition and Expertise

In episode 10, host Elliot discusses intuition and expertise with Dr Philippe Chassy. Before this, Elliot welcomes two new hosts for the podcast, Appey and Miriam.

14 minMAR 16
Comments
Episode 10 – Intuition and Expertise

Episode 9 – Consciousness

In episode 9, host Elliot discusses consciousness and the issues surrounding researching the topic with Dr Alexis Makin.

50 minJAN 31
Comments
Episode 9 – Consciousness

Episode 7 – Problems in Psychology Series: Part 1

This is the first of our Problems in Psychology series. Elliot and Dr Paul Christiansen discuss the issues within social science research, such as the replication crisis, and provide possible solutions.

36 min2019 OCT 6
Comments
Episode 7 – Problems in Psychology Series: Part 1

Episode 6 – The Biomedical Model of Mental Health

In this episode, Elliot and Professor Peter Kinderman discuss the biomedical model of mental health and the potential for a shift to social-based therapies for those experiencing mental distress.

29 min2019 JUL 26
Comments
Episode 6 – The Biomedical Model of Mental Health

Episode 5 – Psychoactive Substances and Mental Health

In this episode, Elliot and Dr Carl Roberts discuss the effects of psychoactive substances (i.e. ketamine) and their role in treating mental disorders.

41 min2019 JUN 4
Comments
Episode 5 – Psychoactive Substances and Mental Health

Guest Episode 1 – Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

PsychLiverpool introduces its first special guest podcast. These guest episodes include discussions between psychologists and other professionals covering a variety of topics. In this episode, our guest host Dr Warren Donnellan interviews Professor Louise Kenny about her experiences of caregiving for her father who has been diagnosed with dementia.

40 min2019 APR 23
Comments
Guest Episode 1 – Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

Episode 4 – Revisiting Rat Park

In this podcast, Elliot revisits the Rat Park studies with Dr Suzi Gage. These studies were at the forefront of the biopsychosocial approach to understanding addiction. The methodological benefits and limitations are discussed as well the impact of the research.

24 min2019 FEB 28
Comments
Episode 4 – Revisiting Rat Park

Episode 3 – Student Wellbeing and Loneliness

In episode three, Elliot speaks to Dr Minna Lyons and Dr Warren Donnellan about human experiences of loneliness and resilience with a focus on the wellbeing of University students. Listen to find out how to become resilient when experiencing loneliness and, more importantly, how we can help others!

29 min2019 JAN 25
Comments
Episode 3 – Student Wellbeing and Loneliness

Episode 2 – Xmas Excess

Our second podcast is a Christmas special with our host Elliot, Graeme Knibb and Dr Greg Keenan talking about the consumption of food and alcohol over the Christmas period. Do we consume more, why might we, what are the implications, and ways we can manage our own consumption, are all discussed. Warning: this podcast contains strong language.

45 min2018 DEC 24
Comments
Episode 2 – Xmas Excess
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