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Hey followers, a quick note, we just realized the link to Episode 13 Part 2 isn’t working. We will fix it later this evening and apologize for the inconvenience. Stay tuned!

CORRECTION: 013 Mental Health Connections Part 2: Psychology Discussion Wrap-Up and Mindful Reflections

In this episode, Holly mentions a podcast that recently covered all the diabolical details of the infamous “Stanford Prison Experiment.” In our episode, Holly calls this podcast “You Don’t Know.” After editing, it was discovered that this was definitely NOT the name of the podcast. WE ARE SO FRIGGIN’ SORRY FOR THIS.

The correct name of the podcast is “You’re Wrong About.” When confronted with this information via text, Holly responded with, “I mean, can you see how close it is? Can you see how I made the leap? LOL!”

You Don’t Know vs You’re Wrong About

Yes, Holly, we can totally see how you made the leap.

If you’re interested in listening to the podcast and their episode on the Stanford Prison Experiment, we encourage you to check it out here.

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013 Mental Health Connections Part 2: Psychology Discussion Wrap-Up and Mindful Reflections

This is a two-part episode. In part 2, Holly and Tabby wrap up their discussion on the psychology of the slaughterhouse worker by exploring psychological strategies like “cognitive dissonance” as demonstrated by the famously controversial “Stanford Prison Experiment.” The hosts reflect on how plant-based lifestyles can influence and enhance one’s ability to practice mindfulness. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to the show. Reach out to us @plant_based_nation and visit our website for a list of resources referenced in this episode. 

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