Ep. 172: Most Influential Psychological Experiments in History

Freud. Skinner. Pavlov. Which famous psychologists are responsible for the most influential (and weird) experiments in modern history? On this episode, Nick is joined by guest sidekick host, Anna Keller (practicing counselor and host of the Freudian Sips podcast), to discuss the experiments throughout history that have most shaped the vast field of psychology.


PLUS: background and context for each experiment, the emotional costs to the experiment participants, Nick's high school psychology class, the psychologist Anna most wants to physically fight, disturbing findings about human nature, adorable baby monkeys, and MUCH more.


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