The boys sit down to discuss the YouGov America Article Rumble in the Jungle: Which Animals Would Win in a Fight? 1,224 US adults were asked to choose which of two animals they thought would win in a fight in a series of head to head match-ups. On each page they saw two animals with the prompt: “Which animal do you think would win in a fight?” Each respondent saw seven match-ups, and no animal featured more than once. Data was weighted to be nationally representative of all US Adults, 18+. The survey was conducted between April 12-13, 2021. They also link this with the Dunning-Kruger Effect. The Dunning-Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which people wrongly overestimate their knowledge or ability in a specific area. This tends to occur because a lack of self-awareness prevents them from accurately assessing their own skills.
In this episode of the podcast the boys are interviewed by Matt Barnes from the Social Work Me Podcast. This podcast is a brought to you by Southwest Counselling Services in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The show is for social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone in the mental health profession as well anyone looking for more information on improving their mental health or overall wellness. The show is hosted by Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist- Matt Barnes. Every episode aims to be informative, relevant and full of practical tips, tricks and wisdom from some of the leading experts in the field.
Jeff and Mace discuss the prevalence of emotional support animals in the news and potential problems on the horizon. They also give listeners an update on their Ragnar Relay race.
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The boys breakdown sex offender news headlines and offer personal opinions, as well as talk therapy.
Music: Phase Three - Huma-Huma https://youtu.be/10kh92Cnsmo
The boys are bringing back their Villains to Victory series in an interview with former client. You won't want to miss this one! Thank you for all of your support, and we wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
Its finals weeks boys and girls! Jeff and Mace sit down to discuss some recent publications of study habits among college students and their misuse of prescription study habits to aid in their educational endeavors. The also go over the Problem Solving method as it applies to problems such as these, and make a few jokes in the meantime.
Holm, A. J., Hausman, H., & Rhodes, M. G. (2020). Study strategies and “study drugs”: investigating the relationship between college students’ study behaviors and prescription stimulant misuse. Journal of American College Health, 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1080/07448481.2020.1785472
Beard, S. J., & Wolff, J. M. (2020). The moderating role of positive peers in reducing substance use in college students. Journal of American College Health, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/07448481.2020.1784907
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The boys sit down with Jamie Newsome and Eric Willoughby from the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. UCCI’s mission is to research, develop, disseminate, and implement evidence-based practices in corrections. From California to Maine, UCCI's team of expert researchers, clinicians and practitioners have conducted and implemented tested approaches in all 50 US states and internationally in Scotland, Singapore, New Zealand, Israel and the US Territory of Guam.