Episode 6 (2022)

Episode 6 August 29, 2022 00:57:50
Episode 6 (2022)
AJSP Editors Podcast
Episode 6 (2022)
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Show Notes

Welcome to the sixth episode of the AJSP Editors podcast, brought to you by Kim-Pong Tam, Angela Leung, and Sammyh Khan!

Among the papers published in the June 2022 issue of the journal, we selected a pair of articles about social motives, both led by Emiko S. Kashima, as our Editors’ Pick and discussed their strengths and significance. After that, we had a very inspiring conversation about the psychology of conspiracy theories with our special guests Ying-yi Hong and Hoi-Wing Chan. Enjoy listening and stay tuned! 

Links to special issues and articles discussed in the second section of the podcast: 

Hong, Chan, & Douglas (2021) - Conspiracy theories about infectious diseases (introduction to special issue in Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology)

Chan, Chiu, Zuo, Wang, Liu, & Hong (2021) - Not-so-straightforward links between COVID-19 conspiracy-theory beliefs and disease-preventive behaviours

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