Psychosocial Distancing Podcast

Episode 106: “The Genesee River Killer” Psychosocial Distancing

Warning: This episode contains some graphic information and all season we will be talking about some less than savory topics. Episode 106 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology moves us into a continuation of the Year of Clickbait with FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGY OF SERIAL KILLERS! This Fall we are going to discuss forensic psychology, serial killers, and the worst of human behavior. We are joined all season by Dr. Sarah Tracy, a counseling psychologist who teaches and engages with the study of serial killers. In this episode we do our second introduction to forensics and the psychology of serial killers by letting Sarah lead us all on a deep dive into the dark and sordid tale of “The Genesee River Killer” a real monster of a man who engaged in some disturbing murders and behavior, even for a serial killer. Buckle up, its time for some true crime from a psychology perspective. PSD Website: https://psychosocialdistancingpodcast.com/ Thomas' Webpage: https://sexography.org/ Thomas' Twitter: https://twitter.com/TBrooks_SexPsy Daniel's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScienceInChaos Intro and Outro Theme and Bias Jingle by Jordan Jones Return of the Bias of the Clustering Illusion
  1. Episode 106: “The Genesee River Killer”
  2. Episode 105: The Psychology of Serial Killers: An Introduction to the Dark Side of Humanity
  3. Episode 104: Cross Walls, Tarot Cards, and Religious Consumerism
  4. Episode 103: The Age of Pisces is Dead…Long Live the Age of Aquarius!
  5. Episode 102: Hyper-Real Religions: Tolkien as History, Real World Jedi, and Belief Through Pop-Culture

Welcome to the Psychosocial Distancing podcast!

Here, Dr. Daniel Chadborn and I work our way through open-access psychology texts to provide real world applications, interviews with researchers at the cusp of knowledge, and nerdy, psychology banter.

Season 1 features Principles of Social Psychology (2015)

Cover image for Principles of Social Psychology