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Ricardo Stocker (63) talks to his son Santiago Stocker (26) about his upbringing, his travels, and raising a family.
Ms Nelson, the former Purdue Dean of Students, walks about education, school experience, segregation, college, first job, psychology and sociology.
Lowering the Voting age, potholes in life, identity crises, echo chambers, and more
In this interview, I was talking to my mom about what I was like as a baby. All of my questions fell into the 7 categories. This includes prenatal/birth, physical development, motor development, language development, temperament, and attachment.
Mari Teresa Fernandez (67) and her husband, Albert R. Fernandez (71), discuss memories of growing up. Albert Fernandez describes growing up in the immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City in Tampa, Florida. Mari Fernandez describes migrating from Cuba at seven years...
Joshua Sumner (33) tells his wife, Kelly Sumner (34) about his time in the U.S. Army and his deployments to Iraq.
An woman, 73 living with schizophrenia growing up in a Catholic household with a mother who was also schizophrenic and later went on to raise 3 children (sexual assault, talk of dieing trigger warning)
Partners Isabel Palmer (27) and Sean Kunkler (27) reflect on their relationship, life experiences, and hopes for the future.
My sister-in-law Ann O'Keefe met her good friend Lois-ellin Datta in a Psychology class in 1955 at Bryn Mawr where Lois-ellin, already married and a mom, was then working on her PhD. Born in 1932 and on her own at...
Caroline Shapero (72) tells her son Don Shapero (47) about her mother’s career as a renowned cellist, and about the life of her cello.
[Recorded: Friday, June 10, 2022] Sarita (21, UVA '22) and Amanda (27, UVA '17) have a One Small Step conversation during Alumni Weekend at UVA. Sarita and Amanda, both recent UVA graduates, discuss life after college and their shared interest...
Siblings Maya Hale (24) and Christopher Mason-Hale (29) discuss Chris's quadriplegia, and how the accident that caused it has affected their lives.
One Small Step conversation partners Marci Howard (72) and David Carson (59) come together and discuss their feelings and beliefs around different topics, including LGBT issues and the COVID-19 pandemic.
I trace the beginnings of my education and emergence into the pioneering era of human sexuality university courses and my life as a sex therapist and professor of human sexuality with a few mini tips.
Najah Abdul-Qawiyy (21) talks with Asmaa Elamrousy (23) about her upbringing on Staten Island, her values and identity as a Black Muslim woman, her relationships with her family and her mother's leadership in the community, and her aspirations to be...
Steve Patterson shares the story of his life - an inspiring one of service to country and community - as well as reflections on living in and, presently, serving as Mayor of Athens, Ohio.
Mr. Coles speaks about his experiences with his two children: Bekah and Isaac.
How trauma can affect different groups of people. What trauma can do to people psychologically.
My dad talks about his journey in how he got to be a theologist and a psychologist.
We talked about the interviewees past and future and how they reflect on what they’ve experienced. As well as how they wish their future to be.
Discussion with my grandmother (Oma) on her life then & now as a mother, wife, and grandmother. She identifies as a member of the Traditionalist/Silent Generation.
Victoria and I take a shallow dive into the climate crisis and what can be done to stay healthy and positive during these changing times.
In this interview, conducted on December 7, 2021, Mya Elliott, a psychology student at Eastern Michigan University, interviews Dr. Theresa Andare, a psychologist at Hawthorn Center, which provides psychiatric treatment. Dr. Andare talks about her experiences with gifted and talented...