In this podcast rescued from the trash bin due to poor audio quality, I sit down with my wife, April Bleske-Rechek PhD. We talk about her past working with influential mentors in Behavior Genetics, Individual Differences, and Evolutionary Psychology. We talk about what it means to be a scientist and specifically a social scientist. Most importantly it is up to the listener to decide the most important question of whether I am her husband or a lifelong case study in abnormal psychology. Either way, I feel quite fortunate.
For information on her friendship research, here are a couple links
Due to the poor audio quality the podcast for this episode was removed.