Psychosocial Distancing Podcast

Episode 60: Identifying Missing Persons: Prospective Memory Psychosocial Distancing

Episode 60 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology moves us into COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY! And while there is no book (no viable open source ones exist) we plan to go through the core areas of cognition, memory, and more. This season, joining us is Dr. Alyssa Jones to act as our cognitive guide through the world outside of our social bubble. This episode we discuss MORE MEMORY!!!!! This time with Dr. Kara Moore and Dr. Blake Erikson regarding their research on PROSPECTIVE PERSON MEMORY. They discuss missing person identification, age progression photos, and an incident with an old woman, $200, and a subway sandwich! Textbook: https://openstax.org/details/books/psychology-2e?Book%20details PSD Website: https://psychosocialdistancingpodcast.com/ Thomas' Webpage: https://sexography.org/ Thomas' Twitter: https://twitter.com/TBrooks_SexPsy Daniel's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScienceInChaos Kahneman and Tversky™ Bias of the Week: Anchoring (Focalism) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1h3r_CNg_MuRKbi_oJYVRth7dAMW2nNiS/view?usp=sharing
  1. Episode 60: Identifying Missing Persons: Prospective Memory
  2. Episode 59: Sex, Drugs, and Retrograde Amnesia?
  3. Episode 58: Maybe It's OK to Sin
  4. Episode 57: Guns, Rubber Chickens, and Attention
  5. Episode 56: Hallucinations

Welcome to the Psychosocial Distancing podcast!

Here, Dr. Daniel Chadborn and I work our way through open-access psychology texts to provide real world applications, interviews with researchers at the cusp of knowledge, and nerdy, psychology banter.

Season 1 features Principles of Social Psychology (2015)

Cover image for Principles of Social Psychology