Month: March 2017

The Arguments About Our Free Will

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 40 No Comments

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Opening with a concise introduction to the history of the problem of free will–and its place in the history of philosophy–the book then turns to contemporary debates and theories about free will, determinism, and related subjects like moral responsibility, coercion, compulsion, autonomy, agency, rationality

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Bigfoot Meets Science: See Who Wins

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 46 No Comments

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Join us as Carlos explores Bigfoot meets Science: see who wins with Dr. Meldrum. Dr.Meldrum Dr. Meldrum joined the ISU faculty in 1993, after a stint with Northwestern University. His research revolves around questions of vertebrate evolutionary morphology, especially primate locomotor adaptations. His formal study of

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What is Cryptozoology?

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 65 No Comments

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Cryptozoology is defined as the study of legendary animals, thought to exist, or thought to be extinct. Animals of legend such as the giant squid as well as extinct animals giant gorillas were found to exist. Due to the nature of this field, there are large numbers of hoaxes which really hurts the credibility of Read More

Do Reptilian People Exist?

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 63 No Comments

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For many decades it has remained a popular conspiracy theory that many of the top world’s leaders are in fact reptilian-humanoids. Some believe these humanoids are able to shape shift into human forms in order to gain political power and manipulate societies. What do you believe? Join Carlos as he explores Reptil

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High Risk Youth Treatment

Psych 1on1 March 5, 2017 48 No Comments

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Julie Ann Goode sits down wit Dr.Jennifer DeFeo to discuss high-risk youth and the different treatment modalities.

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What is Health Psychology?

Psych 1on1 March 5, 2017 62 No Comments

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Health Psychology is the study and focus on individuals who have health issues. A Health psychologist works with clients on Topics pertaining to “what do you do if you get diagnosed with breast cancer, or a chronic illness? etc.” Dr. Jennifer Defeo explains her profession and her approach of externalizing t

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Psychology of an Actor of Theater and TV

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 30 No Comments

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What is it like to be an actress in both television and Theater? It might surprise you! Carlos Talks with Stephanie Satie, who has performed in television on shows like The Wonder Years and Beverly Hills 90210. She has also had theater experience on Refugees, Silent Witness and Coming to America. Listen in on this Read More

How to Disarm the Inner Critic

The World Within March 5, 2017 57 No Comments

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The inner critic, or the critical parent, can be dealt with in a number of ways. These ways can be described as; self-compassion, finding goals to motivate yourself in a positive way, and positive reinforcement. Self-compassion stems from a good relationship with the self. Transactional analysis is a good tool for unde

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Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People?

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 53 No Comments

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Why do good things happen to bad people? Join Dr. Carlos and Rev. Whitfield as we explore Christianity’s view on helping others and the question of why bad things happen to good people.  

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The Pros and Cons of Discipline

Parenting Corner March 5, 2017 281 No Comments

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The pros and cons of discipline include: Physical/ Fear based Discipline: Spanking/Yelling Pros: The behavior stops, lines a drawn Cons: Some children might get used to this and will continue negative actions, children may use these methods against other children, some kids may begin to fear parent Positive Discipline:

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