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Applied Psychology Student’s Favourite Podcasts

Where to learn about the brain, behaviour, economy, and creativity in your free time

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I enjoy reading, in fact, I’m thinking about doing it more frequently. However, I also believe that there are many more methods to learn than reading books. Is it possible to learn more effectively by listening to podcasts rather than reading…

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Whacky, countercultural, and the only 1 Stop for Nonfiction on Medium.. Who cares what the algorithm says?

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Jess the Avocado

Jess the Avocado

Lover of the arts. Student of Applied Psychology at the University of Melbourne (Masters…MMAP?). Subscribe to my newsletter: https://avocadoart.substack.com/

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