Psycomedia Episode 99 and a Red Luftballon – Frankenpodcast American Style

Psycomedia Episode 99 and a Red Luftballon – Frankenpodcast American Style

References:

  • Bensafi, M., Brown, W. M., Khan, R., Levenson, B., & Sobel, N. (2004). Sniffing human sex-steroid derived compounds modulates mood, memory and autonomic nervous system function in specific behavioral contexts. Behavioural brain research, 152(1), 11-22.
  • Gerbasi, K. C., Paolone, N., Higner, J., Scaletta, L. L., Bernstein, P. L., Conway, S., & Privitera, A. (2008). Furries from A to Z (Anthropomorphism to Zoomorphism). Society and Animals, 16(3), 197-222.
  • Jung, K., Shavitt, S., Viswanathan, M., & Hilbe, J. M. (2014). Female hurricanes are deadlier than male hurricanes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201402786.
  • Probyn-Rapsey, F. (2011). Furries and the Limits of Species Identity Disorder: A Response to Gerbasi et al. Society and Animals, 19(3), 294-301.

Showprosals:

Tim and Ben’s Star Wars Storytime

Tim and Max Learnt Everything They Know About Life From Popular Culture

Irrelevant Design

Psycomedia Non-Musical Singalong Blog

(Got other ideas? Go on and tell us!)

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Psycomedia Episode 74 – Pet Theory

Psycomedia Episode 74 – Pet Theory

http://archive.org/download/PsycomediaEpisode74-PetTheory/Psycomedia74.mp3

Psycomedia is now fortnightly for the foreseeable future. Or is it? Yes. Yes it is.

References:

  • Iglesias, T. L., McElreath, R., & Patricelli, G. L. (2012). Western scrub-jay funerals: cacophonous aggregations in response to dead conspecifics. Animal Behaviour.
  • Morgan, D., Grant, K. A., Gage, H. D., Mach, R. H., Kaplan, J. R., Prioleau, O., … & Nader, M. A. (2002). Social dominance in monkeys: dopamine D2 receptors and cocaine self-administration. Nature neuroscience5(2), 169-174.
  • Panksepp, J., & Burgdorf, J. (2000). 50-kHz chirping (laughter?) in response to conditioned and unconditioned tickle-induced reward in rats: effects of social housing and genetic variables. Behavioural Brain Research115(1), 25-38.
  • Udell, M. A., & Wynne, C. D. (2008). A REVIEW OF DOMESTIC DOGS'(CANIS FAMILIARIS) HUMAN‐LIKE BEHAVIORS: OR WHY BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS SHOULD STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THEIR DOGS. Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior89(2), 247-261.

Ben this week is played by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Windsor_(goat)

Refactor Your Wetware: http://pragprog.com/press_releases/pragmatic-thinking-and-learning-refactor-your-wetware

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