Listen To Episode 1 Of The Paul Kirtley Podcast
In this episode I talk with Dr Sarita Robison, Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at The University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN). Dr Robinson studies human behaviour in response to life-threatening situations and has been involved with research into survival psychology since 1999.
We discuss a range of topics from underwater helicopter evacuations to whether or not you can screen people to see if they have what it takes to be a survivor.
I get a surprising answer when I ask what actually constitutes a survival situation.
Dr Robinson shares what surprised her when she took a survival training course herself.
And, apparently, we’re all really bad at the Stroop Task when we’re stressed. Find out what that is – and more – in this episode of the Paul Kirtley Podcast.
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