The Jordan Harbinger Show

Jordan Harbinger

689: Her Beau is Faux, But She Doesn't Know | Feedback Friday

You were happy for your roommate's sister when it seemed her new boyfriend was a keeper who made her happy. Unfortunately, it's become obvious he's a dangerous manipulator who has her under his spell as he drains her savings and threatens to propose to her while claiming to be the second coming of the region's top La-Z-Boy salesman with a net worth of $16 million. How can you get her to see him for what he is before it's too late? We'll look for answers to this and more here on Feedback Friday!
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Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

The Premonition

When Paul Burnham was a teenager, he received what felt like a premonition: he would die at the age of 54. Now, he's 54. This week, what his story of confronting death reveals about life.If you like this show, be sure to check out our other work, including our recent episode about the power of doing less.Also, check out our new podcast, My Unsung Hero! And if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at 

The Science of Happiness

PRX and Greater Good Science Center

How to Say "Sorry" Like You Mean It

Apologies are key to successful relationships. But are you doing them right?

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We all have moments when we say or do something we later regret. Then the time comes to make an apology. But a halfhearted “I’m sorry” rarely gets the job done. On this episode of The Science of Happiness, public defender Sam Dugan joins us for a second time to try science-backed tips for making an effective apology. First, she takes a moment to cultivate mindfulness through a mindful breathing practice. Next, Sam invites us in as she apologizes to her husband Nate. Sam reflects on how she took out her stress on Nate, what led her to lash out, and the importance of making a true, heartfelt apology — as opposed to the mindless ones many of us make on a near-daily basis. Then we hear from Sana Rizvi, a professor at the University of New Brunswick, about the science of how mindfulness can make



Uncomfortable with power? Tell us about it!

Invisibilia is seeking stories about discomfort with power. Stories about leaders denying their power, organizations with supposedly flat power structures and invisible hierarchies, or personal relationships with difficult power dynamics. If you have a story about power – at a workplace, in a band, on a high school basketball team, etc... – send a short summary with the subject line – POWER – to The deadline is March 11th.

Something You Should Know

Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

What to Do When You Feel Stuck & How Alternative Health Practices Can Actually Work

Who you hang out with can affect your health. This episode begins with some interesting research from Gallup about the impact your friends can have on you - both positive and negative. Source: Tom Rath author of Well Being (
We all feel stuck at some point in life. Maybe you are stuck in a job or a relationship - or you just feel stuck in general. So how do you get unstuck? Well, there are some good ways and some bad ways. Here to explain what works and what doesn’t and how anyone can get unstuck from just about anything is therapist Britt Frank, author of the book, The Science of Stuck: Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path Forward (
Certain alternative therapies have been labeled “woo-woo.” Generally, that has come to mean they are things that are a bit mystical and no one really knows if they work for sure. This includes t

Mysterious Radio: Paranormal, UFO & Lore Interviews

Mysterious Radio

Heros and Haunts of the Great Lakes

My special guest is author Bruce Jenvey who's here to discuss the little known stories and haunted history around the Great Lakes. Get his book Heros and Haunts of he Great Lakes on Amazon.

For ten years, Bruce Jenvey explored the Great Lakes as a journalist for Great Lakes Cruiser Magazine. Along the way, he collected stories of the little-known heroes and in some cases, forgotten history that helped shape the two nations that share this famed waterway. Here is a handpicked collection of Bruce’s favorite stories from his travels, stories of inspiration, ingenious innovation and valiant courage against all odds. These are the stories of The Cable, Albert Ocha, The Great Farini, The Battle of Lake Erie, The Lorain Tornado and more. Here are tales of humor and lessons learned like The Wreck Of The Gunilda and The Day Dave Bombed Detroit. There are legends, too, such as The Maid Of The Mist and Nanabosho, The Sleeping Giant, as wel

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

Harnessing Fierce Self-Compassion to Speak Up & Claim Your Power with Dr. Kristin Neff (176)

Explore compassion from its neurological and societal basis through the Dr. Kristin Neff's research writings and current conversations. Embrace self-love using the bravery of showing up as your authentic self.

The Psychology Podcast

Stitcher & Scott Barry Kaufman

Jim Tucker || The Science of Reincarnation

Today we welcome Dr. Jim Tucker who is a child psychiatrist and the Bonner-Lowry Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia. He is Director of the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, where he is continuing the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson on reincarnation. He has been invited to speak about his research on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, and CBS Sunday Morning. He recently published BEFORE: Children's Memories of Previous Lives, a 2-in-1 edition of his previous books.In this episode, I talk to Dr. Jim Tucker about the science of reincarnation. We delve into his research findings and methodology on children who claim to remember their previous lives. Dr. Tucker notes that these children don’t just recall biographical details of their past, but they also retain feelings and emotions. His findings have important implications for how we understand consciousness. We also touch on the topics of

GraveYard Tales

Adam Ballinger & Matt Rudolph

193: The Highgate Cemetery

This week we take a look at the Highgate Cemetery! Have you heard of it? Really cool history there and some interesting stories of hauntings!


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People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood

Group psychology, polarization, and persuasion, with Matthew Hornsey

A talk with psychology researcher Matthew Hornsey about political polarization and the psychology behind it. Other topics discussed include: why people can believe such different (and unreasonable) ideas; persuasive tactics; the importance of people criticizing their own group; why groups mainly listen to in-group members and ignore the same ideas from out-group members. 

Somewhere in the Skies

Ryan Sprague/ Entertainment One (eOne)

A Cosmic Conversation with Avi Loeb

On episode 261 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan and Chrissy welcome back Avi Loeb to discuss breaking news of an interstellar object (NOT 'Oumuamua') that crashed here on planet Earth. Then, they discuss all the latest developments with The Galileo Project and what we can expect moving forward with his continued efforts to capture and analyze possible extraterrestrial intelligence and techno-signatures. Loeb then answers your listener questions!Avi Loeb's most recent article: Learn more about The Galileo Project at: Help the people of Ukraine: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREOfficial Store: CLICK HERESomewhere in the Skies Coffee: CLICK HEREOrder Ryan’s book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook by CLICKING HERETwitter: @SomewhereSkiesFollow Chrissy Newton on Twitter at:

That UFO Podcast

That UFO Podcast

230: Breaking News - Congressional UAP hearings, our thoughts

Andy & Dan give you their fresh thoughts only hours after the Congressional UAP hearing took place! What a big day, alot more interesting that we both thought it would be! 

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Were the questions tough?
Did they say "aliens" or "ExtraTerrestrial?
Was this Progress?
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Choiceology with Katy Milkman

Charles Schwab

Under Pressure: With Guests Svetlana Savranskaya, Gary Slaughter & Modupe Akinola

If you've ever been faced with an important decision when time was scarce, information was incomplete, or tempers were running high, you'll know that it's difficult to make a good choice. Now imagine a decision that has implications for the entire world, and the people facing that decision are 500 feet below the surface of the ocean in a nuclear-armed diesel submarine that is overheating and running out of power.In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at decisions under pressure and how our thinking process is affected by stress.We begin in the Sargasso Sea, just off the coast of Florida, in October 1962. It's the height of the Cold War, and the Cuban Missile Crisis is bringing the U.S. and the Soviet Union closer to open conflict. John F. Kennedy has ordered a naval "quarantine" around Cuba after the discovery of Soviet missile installations there, and the Sovie

گوش نیوش های دکتر شیری

Dr. Shiri

گفتارهای دکتر شیری درباره عشق، زندگی، معنا، از دست دادن و دوباره برخاستن


Critical Frequency

Bonus: As Australia Heads to the Polls, a Look at Morrison's "Gas-Fired Recovery," Carbon Capture, and Greenwashing

This weekend Australians will vote in the first national election since catastrophic bushfires burned tens of millions of acres and blanketed the country in smoke for weeks. In the lead-up to that election, a look at some of the current government's climate policies, and a risky new move to store carbon deep in the ocean.

How To Do Everything


Beefily Ever After

In our last episode, we learn how to drink tea, build human towers, watch the sunset forever and find the Ian inside all of us.


Brian Dunning

Science Friction now available on streaming

Skeptoid Media's first full-length feature documentary movie, Science Friction, is now available to stream on Prime Video.

NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

EP85: How To Reach Special Populations with Motivational Interviewing | Connect to End COVID-19

In this episode, we talk about how social workers can talk to harder-to-reach special populations about vaccines and use motivational interviewing to inform people about vaccines.  Our guests are NASW Mississippi Chapter Executive Director and Special Populations Coordinator Gwen Bouie Haynes and Mary Velasquez, professor and director of the Health Behavior Research and Training Institute at the University of Texas at Austin.  NASW and the NASW Foundation are partnering with the Health Behavior Research and Training Institute at The University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work on Connect to End COVID-19, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded initiative to support social workers and their clients in informed vaccine decision-making.  

Podcast UFO

Martin Willis

507. Ralph Blumenthal & Sean Cahill, House Panel Hearing on UFOs & More

GUEST ONE: Ralph Blumenthal on the House Intelligence subcommittee which held the first congressional hearing in more than 50 years on unexplained aerial phenomena which occurred on this day, GUEST TWO: Sean Cahill, continuing on the topic and much more, Sean is a Retired U.S. Navy Chief Master-at-Arms that was aboard the USS Princeton during the 2004 Tic-Tac UFO encounters, which he goes into details about, plus some past UFO encounters.Show Notes

The John Howard Show

John Howard, MA

63 Improve Communication with Your Partner

Today's episode is all about how to improve communication with your significant other. One of the unfortunate effects of this pandemic is that too many people who were already feeling disconnected are now feeling even more isolated and disconnected than they did before. In this episode, I share an outline to help you clean up your communication with your significant other and talk about practical ways to make use of the skills that promote love and connection. I also discuss ways that you can make sure the communication in your relationship is healthy, functional, and productive -- and if it's not, you will know what to do to improve it after you listen to this episode. Listen in to find out what shapes communication, how to break bad communication habits, and ways to respond sensitively to your partner. "We need to understand the skills that promote love and connection." - John Howard, MA. If you'd like to check out our a

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Matt Cicoria

How to Teach Social Skills with Role Playing Games: Session 190 with Rob Harvey

Have you ever felt the thrill of rolling a 20-sided die? If you're in the general demographic of a Behavioral Observations listener, I'd guess probably not. However, it may not surprise you to learn that being the cosmically uncoordinated and socially challenged kid of the 80s, I certainly have.  Which is why I jumped at the chance to speak with Session 190 guest, Rob Harvey, about how he uses role-playing games, like Dungeons and Dragons (D&D for short), to teach social skills to his clients.  If you're not familiar with D&D, don't worry. We go over what that is in this podcast. Rob also goes on to explain that by playing these games, clients get to practice skills like speech prosody, turn taking, teamwork, conflict resolution, perspective taking, and so much more. So even if you are not interested in role-playing games in principle, you might want to check this show out nonetheless because of

Know What You See with Brian Lowery

Brian S. Lowery

Who Do You Think You're Talking To?

Our voices are powerful tools. We can speak loudly or softly, with urgency or calm. We can make requests or issue commands. Whenever and however we speak, we reveal the way we see the world. But, it’s not just the words we use that people interpret, it’s the way we sound. 

Our accents, our cadence tells people something about where we’re from in terms of location and group memberships. But how we speak and the way we are heard says a lot about race and power. This time on Know What You See, Brian’s two guests have thought a lot about how language and accents affect society as well as their own personal lives: Kelly E. Wright, a sociolinguist specializing in linguistic discrimination and its institutional outcomes, plus comedian Bernice Ye, a comedian, writer, and dancer originally from China who tells of her experiences as an immigrant in her standup.

For more about Brian and his work, visit knowwhatyou

The TBRI Podcast

Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

Meeting the Needs of Adoptive Siblings

Today on the podcast, Dr. Jana Hunsley shares her research regarding adoptive siblings and gives insight into how to use TBRI with every member of the adoptive family. 
For complete show notes, visit:

The Black Vault Radio - Hosted by John Greenewald, Jr.

John Greenewald, Jr.

Ep. #103 – The UAP Hearing: Highlights & Commentary

On May 17, 2022, Congress held its first hearing on UFOs in more than 50 years. This video contains some of the highlights – at least – the highlights in the eyes of The Black Vault. Join me as we watch together some of the best moments, and get some extra information and commentary along the way.

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

42 - Anuj Shah: Knowledge of Strangers and Community Policing

Joseph speaks with Prof. Anuj Shah about a lab experiment on social perceptions, in particular how when we learn a few details about a stranger, we seem to feel like they know and understand us too. They also talk about a field experiment in the New York City housing developments which affected social perceptions and was linked to lower rates of crime after people were provided with some details about neighborhood police officers. Anuj is an associate professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. His research uses psychology and behavioral science to examine social issues such as poverty, youth violence, and crime.Shah, A. K., & LaForest, M. (2022). Knowledge about others reduces one’s own sense of anonymity. Nature, 603(7900), 297-301.Anuj’s personal website: are currently conducting a survey to get to know our listeners better an

Navigating Neuropsychology

John Bellone & Ryan Van Patten - NavNeuro

93| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 8 – With Dr. Kira Armstrong

In Clinical Case 8, Dr. Kira Armstrong presents a neuropsychological evaluation of an 11-year-old girl with difficulties in attention and reading. Show notes are available at _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes:  2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro)   Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services.

The Thoughtful Counselor

The Thoughful Counselor Team

EP228: The Black Male Experience: Mentorship and Mental Health

In this episode Dr. Jones and Dr. Townsend discuss the positive effects that mentorship has on Black men. They talk about the lived experiences of Black men and the protective factors needed to support Black men in their career/family life.   For more on Christopher, links from the conversation, and APA citation for this episode visit The Thoughtful Counselor is created in partnership with Palo Alto University’s Division of Continuing & Professional Studies. Learn more at

Codependency No More Podcast

Brian Pisor

CNM 056: Handling Marriage Communication Breakdowns - with Drs. John Van Epp & Morgan Cutlip

Drs. Jon Van Epp and Morgan Cutlip discuss how to use their Relationship Attachment Model to maintain healthy communication in marriage.

The Social Work Podcast

Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW

Feedback Informed Treatment: Interview with Scott D. Miller, Ph.D.

Episode 131: In today's episode, I speak with Scott Miller, Ph.D. about how we can use feedback to improve client outcomes. Scott is one of the developers of Feedback Informed Treatment, or FIT - an "empirically supported, pantheoretical approach for evaluating and improving the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health services. It involves routinely and formally soliciting feedback from clients regarding the therapeutic alliance," client outcomes, and using that information to improve services.

You can read a transcript of today's interview at You can connect with other social workers at the Social Work Podcast Facebook page at, or follow the Twitter feed at

The Couples Therapist Couch

Shane Birkel

Terry Real on Relational Life Therapy

When Terry Real started working with couples in the 90s he found that the conventional wisdom just did not work. Eventually he created his own model for working with couples called Relational Life Terapy.  He has also published several books including his most recent called US: Getting Past You and Me to Build a More Loving Relationship.  Find out more at If you want to buy the book and get the Staying in Love workshop free here is the link Live workshop starting June 14 The Couples Therapist Couch is the podcast for Couples Therapists about the practice of couples therapy. The host, Shane Birkel, interviews an expert in the field of couples therapy each week. Please subscribe to the podcast for more great episodes. Find out more about the Couples Therapist Inner Circle This episode is sponsored by Clearly Clinical Continuing Ed.  Clearly Clinical is

ABA Inside Track

Robert Parry-Cruwys

February 2022 Preview

This month are hearts are all a-flutter, and it’s not just because of our love of crappy NECCO wafers. We’re seeing stars about our February topics! We’ll be joined by Dr. Patrick McGreevy to discuss the origins and utility of the “Essential for Learning” curriculum followed by a review on the literature regarding teaching abduction prevention skills to children. As a special surprise, we’ve also got our 2021 talk from the Thompson Center for Autism Conference on maintaining a work-life balance. And, for our Patreon supporters, the latest in our Book Club series where we’ll be analyzing “Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s” by John Elder Robison. Now check the candy heart in your podcast player: It says, “Cool Cat”. That’s you! Articles for February 2022 Essential for Living w/ Dr. Patrick McGreevy McGreevy, P., Fry, T., & Cornwall, C. (2012, 2014). Essential for living. Orlando, FL: Patrick McGreevy, PhD, P.A. and Associates. McGreevy, P. & Fr

Big Seance: My Paranormal World

Patrick Keller

213 - Investigating Waverly Hills Sanatorium - Big Seance

  Waverly Hills Sanatorium, the enormous Louisville, Kentucky facility built in 1910 to treat patients with tuberculosis, is a mecca for paranormal investigators! It is said that up to 6,000 people died there, and those deceased patients were all likely removed via the infamous, super creepy, 600-foot body chute! Patrick got the chance to join Karen Frazier, Cheryl Knight, and his friends "the Matts", for a private overnight investigation! Visit for more info! Other Listening Options Direct Download Link   In this episode: Episode Teaser :00 Intro 1:30 Patrick recently joined author and author and psychic medium Karen Frazier, Cheryl Knight, owner and editor of Paranormal Underground Magazine, Chad, Jason, Rachel, Teresa, Wade, Natalie, and his friends “the Matts”, for a private investigation of the Waverly Hills Sanatorium! 2:11 A brief history of Waverly Hills Sanatorium from an article

Accessible Astrology Podcast with Eugenia Krok, MA - Astrologer Trained in Psychotherapy

Accessible Astrology - Eugenia Krok, MA

Throwback to May 2018 - Authenticity Amidst Change + Preparing for 2020

Podcast Original Episode - Ep. 73 // A BIG FUCKING DAY! Uranus into Taurus + Taurus New Moon! Posted to Podcast - May 15th 20189:48 - 48:49Uranus stations direct in Taurus on January 18th 2022. In this podcast episode from May 2018 Tareck and Eugenia conversed right as Uranus moved into Taurus. They contemplate what it means to get heart centered and drop into authenticity to the self. How do we honor and ground into our hearts and bodies when everything around us is changing? How do we show empathy to our friends, family and community knowing the collective is undergoing massive transformation? To listen to the full episode:   All Educational Presentations are included for Community Members. To join the Community, click here.   To prepare better for 2022,

Blurry Photos

David Flora

BP Bonus: Miss Cryptid 2022 Winner

EXPLICIT WARNING (some swears) The time has come - the ballots are in and we have an ultimate cryptid to crown in the 2022 Miss Cryptid Contest of Champions! Flora announces the winner of the 2022 Miss Cryptid Contest of Champions as voted by YOU the listening audience! The past 10 years has come down to this: Batsquatch vs. Gef the Talking Mongoose vs. Hoover the Talking Seal. One will walk away with the title of Ultimate Cryptid. And three lucky listeners will win prizes for participating in this year's voting. Find out all the winners (and maybe a little more) in this bonus episode of Blurry Photos!    

Dead Rabbit Radio

Jason Carpenter

EP 904 - The Devil Dwells Under The Overpass

Today we fight mega piranhas, travel to Japan to watch a cursed cartoon, and then we investigate whether or not homeless people are preyed upon by the Devil himself!   Patreon MERCH STORE!!! Amazon Wish List   Help Promote Dead Rabbit! Dual Flyer "As Above" Flyer “Alien Flyer” By TVP VT U   Links: The Asylum: Case Studies case study 0033: Mega Piranha Listen to it where ever you listen to podcasts! case study 0033: Mega Piranha Youtube: case study 0033: Mega Piranha Apple Podcasts: 4 Shocking Anime Urban Legen

Heterodox Out Loud

Heterodox Academy

Ep. 39: A Defense of Faith Statements, Shirley Mullen

In this episode of Heterodox Out Loud, we look at a deeply counterintuitive claim within the free speech movement in higher education: that mandatory faith statements at universities may actually support and advance academic freedom. Our guest is Shirley Mullen, who served as president of Houghton College for 15 years, retiring in May of 2021. Prior to becoming Houghton’s president, she served at various times as a classroom professor, chief academic officer and residence life director. Blog post: In Defense of Faith StatementsLet us know what you think! For comments and questions email episode was hosted by Zach Rausch, and produced by Davies Content. IMPORTANT NOTE: In this episode, we discuss HxA's upcoming conference in Denver, June 12 - 14. Tickets are now sold out. For those who are unable to attend, we will post video footage of the conference in the weeks following.Heterod

Mating Matters

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Mating Matters Farewell Brooke. BIG Announcement

Everyday Espionage Podcast

Andrew Bustamante

Fortune Telling to Build Fortunes

Learning from history means learning to predict the future. Massive changes in technology, economics, and world power have transformed mankind in unbelievable ways. Corporate and government leaders realize that; and they have a plan for the future. In this episode, Andrew explains what the world's elite are predicting and how you can use their knowledge to stay one-step ahead of your neighbor, your boss, and protect those you care the most about.

Jungianthology Podcast

C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago

Institute Archive | Edith Rockefeller McCormick: Philanthropist, Intellectual, Analyst

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are sharing the seminar and panel discussion “Edith Rockefeller McCormick: Philanthropist, Intellectual, Analyst” in its entirety. The first hour is a presentation by Andrea Friederici Ross, author of Edith: The Rogue Rockefeller McCormick, followed by reflections by Kennon McKee, PhD, Jungian analyst and Victoria Drake, PhD, that opens up […]
The post Institute Archive | Edith Rockefeller McCormick: Philanthropist, Intellectual, Analyst appeared first on Jungianthology: A Podcast & Blog.

New Books in Critical Theory

Marshall Poe

Bianca C. Williams et al., "Plantation Politics and Campus Rebellions: Power, Diversity, and the Emancipatory Struggle in Higher Education" (SUNY Press, 2021)

Plantation Politics and Campus Rebellions: Power, Diversity, and the Emancipatory Struggle in Higher Education (SUNY Press, 2021) provides a multidisciplinary exploration of the contemporary university's entanglement with the history of slavery and settler colonialism in the United States. Inspired by more than a hundred student-led protests during the Movement for Black Lives, contributors examine how campus rebellions—and university responses to them—expose the racialized inequities at the core of higher education. Plantation politics are embedded in the everyday workings of universities—in not only the physical structures and spaces of academic institutions, but in its recruitment and attainment strategies, hiring practices, curriculum, and notions of sociality, safety, and community. The book is comprised

Noggin - The Simple Psychology Podcast

Ben Rasmussen & McKay Heaton

Scientific research is more accessible now than ever before. Research has the potential to help us live better, happier lives. However, it can be hard to find and hard to understand. We take relevant research and describe it in a simple and exciting way that can be understood by anyone who is looking to make positive changes in their life.

Social Worker's Break Room

Treehouse Sound Inc.

A safe space where we talk about all the unspoken truths of social work and beyond! New episodes every other Thursday.

Personality Junkie Podcast

A.J. Drenth & Elaine Schallock: Personality Psychology Writers / Podcasters

Episode 5: The 3 Ways of Determining Your Personality Type

In this podcast we discuss the three commonly employed methods for honing in on your specific personality type. We explore the strengths and weaknesses of each method and how to avoid the common pitfalls with each method.

Spooky Psychology

Lauren Mollica and Megan Baker

Narcissistic Personality Disorder


Yale School of Medicine

The Social-Engineer Podcast

Social-Engineer, LLC

Ep. 172 - Security Awareness Series - Creating Psychological Salt with Ted Harrington

This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Ted Harrington. Ted is the author of HACKABLE: How to Do Application Security Right and the Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the company of ethical hackers famous for hacking cars, medical devices, and password managers. Ted has been named both Executive of the Year by the American Business Awards and an SD Metro 40 Under 40 entrepreneur. Ted has been featured in more than 100 media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Forbes. [June 20, 2022]  00:00 – Intro  00:56 – Intro Links -  Managed Voice Phishing -  Managed Email Phishing -  Adversarial Simulations -

Sekke Podcast | پادکست سکه

mehdi naji

۶۷: تجارت؛ اهرمی برای توسعه

اپیزود شصت‌وهفتم پادکست سکه"تجارت؛ اهرمی برای توسعه"تجارت بین‌الملل نقش قابل‌توجهی در توسعه کشورها ایفا می‌کند؛ با این‌حال در نیل به این هدف فرمول واحدی برای همه کشورها وجود ندارد. شناخت قواعد این بازی، بازیگران آن و روابط میان آن‌ها برای دستیابی به مزایای حاصل از تجارت بین‌الملل ضروری است.آیا تجارت آزاد برای همه کشورها بهترین انتخاب است؟ آیا همیشه باید به مزیت نسبی فعلی کشور بسنده کرد؟ قراردادهای تجاری میان کشورها چه نقشی در تجارت بین‌الملل دارند؟ چه عواملی می‌تواند جایگاه تجارت را در ایران بهبود ببخشد؟مهمان: مصطفی بشکارمیزبان: مهدی ناجیتدوین و تنظیم: ایمان اسلام‌پناهگوینده: علیرضا تقویتولید محتوا: محمدعلی مردان، صبا کلاییکارگردان: بهداد گیلزاد‌کهناسپانسر:والکس | وب‌سایتکد تخفیف والکس:267or6y7موسسه آموزش عالی مهر البرز | وب‌سایتلینک میان‌برنامه اوللینک میان‌برنامه دوم See for privacy and opt-out information.

Queens of Social Work

Queen P & Queen H

Getting Unstuck

Its Season 3!!! Yes we made it to Season 3 and we are so grateful to you all for listening. We want to start off by wishing you all a Happy New Year!  This time can be stressful for some people because a new year has started and sometimes we didn't get to accomplish all of our goals from 2021. Some people feel stuck because we are 2 years deep into COVID without a relief in sight. Or others may be contending with feeling stuck at work, in relationships and within ourselves. In this episode we speak with Tiyanna Washington about "Getting Unstuck". Tiyanna Washington is a NYC based Licensed Social Worker and  Founder & CEO of Tspeaksnyc, LLC-a business dedicated to bringing mental health and wellness programming to young girls and women in undeserved parts of the city. She discusses her work with young women, her personal experience of feeling stuck and how she helps herself and clients with getting unstuck. You can follow Queen T bka Tspeaks

The Social Work Stories Podcast

The Social Work Stories Team

Social Work and Narrative Therapy in the Drug and Alcohol Space - Ep.68

Share some time with Mim & Lis as we listen to a piece by Julaine Allan together. Julaine talks about her work in the Drug and Alcohol space, focusing on the power of Narrative Therapy, the importance of language, and the value of holding other perspectives in social work practice. 

Julaine shares wisdom and stories from her practice in an approachable and compelling segment. Mim and Lis discuss their thoughts and reflections, drawing on their own practice-backgrounds to explore the themes Julaine laid out for us. 
As mentioned in the episode, you can read more about Julaine's work here.
Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on - we'd love to hear from you!

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Cold Takes Audio


Future-Proof Ethics

Ethics based on common sense seems to have a horrible historical track record. Can we do better?

The Matt Phifer Experience

Matthew Phifer

8 Signs that You Struggle with Self-Esteem & What to do About it

The Matt Phifer Experience makes emotional intelligence contagious. Every Monday and Friday, you can listen to new conversations with some of the most insightful people in this world straight from your computer or mobile device! With episodes available for streaming on-demand immediately after they air, there's never been an easier way to learn about what is emotional intelligence.

How God Works


Relationships and Marriage (Part 1): Finding the Right Balance

The definition of a “good” marriage has changed drastically over time and today it seems our expectations for our partner are higher than ever.  We want a best friend, intellectual equal, lover, and for many, a sensational co-parent who can also touch our soul. Which is a lot of pressure to put on one person! On this episode we'll talk to psychologist Eli Finkel, author of The All or Nothing Marriage, about the history, workings, and complications of wedded bliss. We’ll also hear about why the secret to a healthy marriage might not be what you think, and how intimacy might be an important way to meet even our spiritual needs.

For more on Eli Finkel’s book, The All or Nothing Marriage, visit his website.

Play Therapy Community

Jackie Flynn, EMDRIA Approved Consultant

3 Tips for Child Therapists to Manage Stress

A Health Podyssey

Health Affairs

Krista Harrison Peers Into the Intersection of Hospice, Dementia & Care Quality

The concepts that underlie hospice were introduced a few centuries ago but, the modern hospice movement began in London in 1967.In 1982 hospice was added as a Medicare benefit. Today, half of all Medicare decedents enroll in hospice, at a total cost of $20.9 billion to Medicare in 2019.Hospice has a strong evidence base for improving end-of-life experiences for the recipient and the recipient's family. But there's limited evidence regarding the effects of hospice for people with dementia.This is a critical knowledge gap given that one in three adults aged 85 and older has dementia.Krista Harrison from University of California San Francisco joins A Health Podyssey to discuss how well hospice works for people with dementia.Harrison and coauthors published a paper in the June 2022 issue of Health Affairs assessing the relationship between hospice enrollment and last month of life c

پادکست فارسی امروز فهمیدم Emrooz Fahmidam

احمد صديق پور

اپیزود ۵۰: چرا رفاقت زن و مرد ایده ای احمقانه است؟ یا (اندر معایب دوست معمولی!)

امروز با هم دست میذاریم روی دل خون ِ عده زیادی از جوانان که تعدادشون به نظر رو به افزایشه!چرا من رو به چشم دوست معمولی میبینه؟چطور بهش بگم، من اونجوری میخوامش؟چطوری خودم رو بهش ثابت کنم؟آیا دیگه مد شده همه اینجوری اندر کف یار، خون به جگر بشن؟اینا همه فقط نمونه هایی از مجموعه سؤالاتیه که از جوانان رعنا و دسته گل میشنوم!توی این اپیزود سعی میکنم به صورت خلاصه یه توضیح کلّی ارائه کنم که چرا مرد و زن، از ترس روبرو شدن با واقعیت های زندگی، نباید به مفاهیم ساختگی و احمقانه پناه ببرن!امیدوارم این برنامه کمکی باشه در راه برچیده شدن مسخره بازی هایی مثل:Just friendsدوستی معمولی دختر و پسررفاقت صمیمی زن و مردآبجی و دادش و …در این اپیزود به کارهای علمی David Buss و Irven Devore و دیگر دانشمندان استناد میشه…هميشه خوشحال ميشم نظرات و پيشنهادهای شما عزيزان رو بشنوم و بخونم... پیام آوایی هم بفرستین که چه بهتر، حتماً با اجازه ی خودتون توی پادکست پخش میکنم.راه های ارتباط مستقيم با پادكست:اینستاگرم

The Divorce Doctor

Elizabeth Cohen, Ph.D.

Episode 57: My Health Depended on Whether I Left My Marriage

after her divorce in 2017, it felt like Stella Papadopoulos’ world had fallen apart. At age 60, after 25 years of marriage, she felt stuck. She knows many, many women find themselves in this exact same situation and started working to help them. Stella used her savvy business skills and can-do attitude to build her business from the ground up and has recently self-published “I’m Getting Divorced Where Do I Start?” on Amazon [] . Along with this, she uses all of her experiences to help women facing divorce reclaim their life. She is now launching a program called “Starting Your Second Act,” which will include a video course (Breakup to Breakthrough), 1:1 consulting, and more.   Her philosophy is: You know what you want, need, and deserve. Now it’s all about figuring out your willingness

The Perception & Action Podcast

Rob Gray

406 – An Ecological Approach to Deception in Sports

My interview with Harry Ramsey and Matt Dicks to discuss their interesting new paper - Maximising Grip on Deception and Disguise: Expert Sports Performance During Competitive Interactions. How can we understand deception in an ecological approach? How should we be studying these phenomena?   Articles:Maximising Grip on Deception and Disguise: Expert Sports Performance During Competitive Interactions     More information: My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc)   Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google   Support the podcast and receive bonus content   Credits: The Flamin' Groovies – ShakeSome Action Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via and

A BA Study Podcast

Hannah Dollinger

Group Contingencies (E-05)

In Episode 34, I talk about the BACB's Fourth Edition Task List item E-05: Use independent, interdependent, and dependent group contingencies. 
Cooper, J. O., Heron, T. E., & Heward, W. L. (2020). Applied behavior analysis (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
If you want more information on these topics, check out page 664 of the Cooper et al. (2020) text.

Dark Side Of Psychology

Dr. Elio Martino

Ep. 13 Dark Side Of Psychology: Musings on Profiling A Serial Killer [Part II] (feat. Lee Mellor)

Find me and my podcasts on twitter: @spartanmindpsy Ep. 13 of my series Dark Side of Psychology is the second of a 2-part series about profiling a mass shooter. Part II of the series is a discussion with Lee Mellor (@ProfMellor on Twitter).My thoughts on this topic are also summarised in my article published recently in Areo:


Dr. Billie Pivnick & Dr. Romy Reading, Produced by Hangar Studios, NYC

What’s Repaired in Reparations: A Conversation Among Psychoanalytic and Social Activists

Join us for this vital conversation featuring psychologists, scholars, and community activists working to further efforts toward reparations in both the United States and South Africa. Our guests, clinical psychologist, author, and community activist, Dr. Medria Connolly; Professor of Historical Trauma Studies at Stellenbosch University in South Africa, author, and current Fellow at Harvard University, Dr. Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela; psychoanalyst, author, and social activist, Dr. Lynne Layton; and clinical psychologist, author, and community activist, Dr. Bryan Nichols discuss how reparations includes both psychological and social engagement in order to help communities begin to heal from mass trauma.The discussion was recorded live at the 2021 Spring Meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Full PreFrontal

Sucheta Kamath

Ep. 180: Dr. Monica Marsee - Aggression & Callousness

We are wired to be social and socializing and connecting depends on theory of mind, perspective taking, and being able to sympathize or empathize with others. Empathy, one of the vital ingredients for social and interpersonal success, facilitates prosocial behaviors, promotes social understanding and helps us to regulate ourselves in the complex social world. However, antisocial behaviors in others such as aggression, callousness, and other unemotional traits can wreck havoc in our social success.On this episode, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Iowa State University and Director of the Marsee Aggression and Delinquency Lab (MADLab), Dr. Monica Marsee, discusses the nature of reactive and proactive aggression and ways to  expand emotional bandwidth so that complex situations can be handled with insight.About Dr. Monica MarseeDr. Monica Marsee graduated from the University of New Orleans in 2005 w

Talks On Psychoanalysis

International Psychoanalytical Association

Rui Aragão Oliveira - Why pleasure?

Flowers and Fruit in a Chinese Bowl, c. 1645, Juan de Zurbarán. Courtesy Art Institute Chicago.

What role does Pleasure occupy in human development? What influence did this theme have on the development of Freud's Psychoanalytic theory? What do we think in contemporaneity about the function of pleasure in the psyche?

In this episode we have the pleasure of listening to Dr. Rui Aragão Oliveira with his article “Why pleasure?”. Dr. Rui provides an overview of the relevance of the topic for the very emergence of Psychoanalysis, addresses the role of pleasure in the dynamic-economic balance of the psyche and its development, discusses the relationship between people and pleasure in our current society and, finally, points out aspects of pleasure in the clinical work of the analyst.

Dr. Rui Aragão Oliveira is a full member and training analyst of the Portuguese Psychoanalytic Society, the SPP, Phd in

SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human

Redrawing Boundaries

For many, archaeology means digging up historical artifacts from beneath the ground. But to some, that framework is also violent and colonial. What would it mean to leave ancestors and belongings where they’re found? In this episode, Gabrielle Miller, a PhD student studying African Diaspora Archaeology at the University of Tulsa shares a story about excavations in St. Croix. And Dr. Ayana Flewellen and Dr. Justin Dunnavant discuss how black archaeologists began uncovering sunken slave ships.     (00:02:26) What parts of Archaeology as we know it should be preserved? And what needs to be destroyed?     (00:02:51) Introduction.     (00:03:24) Gabrielle Miller explains their research on the Free Black Community in St. Croix.     (00:07:07) Meet, A ship called the Guerriero.     (00:08:43) How Diving with a Purpose originated.     (00:09:39) Justin Dunnavant and Ayana Flewellen create The Society of Black Archaeologists.     00:12:25) A guide to

SAGE Sociology

SAGE Publications Ltd.

Social Psychology Quarterly - When a Name Gives You Pause: Racialized Names and Time to Adoption in a County Dog Shelter

Author Natasha Quadlin discusses her article, "When a Name Gives You Pause: Racialized Names and Time to Adoption in a County Dog Shelters," published in the June 2022 issue of Social Psychology Quarterly.

Two Guys on Your Head

KUT & KUTX Studios, Dr. Art Markman & Dr. Bob Duke

Math, Music, and The Brain

There are some things that just feel like they’re true. For example, the idea that people who are gifted musicians are also good at learning math, or vice versa. However, there isn’t any data that suggests that there are any links in the brain between these proclivities. As Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke […]

New Books in Anthropology

New Books Network

Agustín Fuentes, "Race, Monogamy, and Other Lies They Told You: Busting Myths about Human Nature" (Second Edition) (U California Press, 2022)

There are three major myths of human nature: humans are divided into biological races; humans are naturally aggressive; and men and women are wholly different in behavior, desires, and wiring. Race, Monogamy, and Other Lies They Told You: Busting Myths about Human Nature (Second Edition) (U California Press, 2022) counters these pervasive and pernicious myths about human behavior. Agustín Fuentes tackles misconceptions about what race, aggression, and sex really mean for humans, and incorporates an accessible understanding of culture, genetics, and evolution that requires us to dispose of notions of "nature or nurture."
Presenting scientific evidence from diverse fields, including anthropology, biology, and psychology, Fuentes devises a myth-busting toolkit to dismantle persistent fallacies about the validity o

Century Lives

Stanford Center on Longevity

Higher Education

After WWII, four-year college education became democratized and over the years the four-year degree has increasingly become the defining educational requirement for many careers.. But is a degree we’re meant to earn in our early 20s really equipped to set us up for life? In this episode we hear from Mitchell Stevens, a professor of Education at Stanford University, about the importance of lifelong learning in an era of longer career, and how higher education should be redefined to be more effective and more equitable. 

Psychology After Dark

Dr. Jessica Micono and Dr. David Morelos

Two professionals in the field of psychology from wildly different theoretical and practical orientations getting together to take a look at the dark side of the human condition.

Economics Detective Radio

Garrett M. Petersen

The Hidden Rules of Ownership with Michael Heller

Michael Heller joins the podcast to discuss his new book, Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives. This book explores the implicit social rules governing ownership. In brief, these rules are as follows: Attachment ("it's mine because it's connected to something of mine") Possession ("it's mine because I physically control it") First-in-time ("it's mine because I was here first") Labour ("it's mine because I worked for it") Self-ownership ("it's mine because it came from my body") Family ("it's mine because my grandfather left it to me") We discuss these six rules with reference to many examples of how they play out in the modern world, from conflicts over airline seats to the rise and fall of Soviet communism.

The Science of Psychotherapy

Dahlitz Media

Marilyn Sanders and George Thompson talk about Polyvagal Theory and the Developing Child

Dr Marilyn Sanders and Dr George Thompson talk about their new book "Polyvagal Theory and the Developing Child: Systems of Care for Strengthening Kids, Families, and Communities" For more on the book go to Thanks for listening! Support us by becoming a subscriber to The Science of Psychotherapy Academy! Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option to review at the bottom of the main page for the podcast - after the list of available episodes) - Here's a link for iTunes. And please subscribe to our show!  You can also find our podcast at: The Science of Psychotherapy Podcast Homepage If you want more great science of Psychotherapy please visit our website - and get the app! Details in the footer of our site. Grab a copy of our latest book!

Ideas of India

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Lant Pritchett on Reforming Development Economics

In this episode, Shruti speaks with Lant Pritchett for a second time. They discuss internal and external migration, the concept of open borders, definitions of poverty, the flaws of randomized controlled trials and much more. Pritchett is a development economist from Idaho. He is currently affiliated with Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government as the research director of the RISE Programme, is the Research Director at LaMP (Labor Mobility Partnerships) and is a fellow at the London School of Economics. He previously worked with the World Bank from 1988 to 2007, living in Indonesia 1998-2000 and India 2004-2007. His publications span a wide range of development topics including economic growth, state capability, education, labor mobility and development assistance. Full transcript of this episode Follow us on Twitter Follow Shruti on Twitter Click here for the latest Ideas of India episodes sent straight to your inbox! 

This Anthro Life

Adam Gamwell

Deep Storytelling: Bicultural History and Fiction with Andrew Rowen

It's a common truism that history is often written by the victors, but it is equally true that the actual story is more complicated. One of the most poignant examples of this is the "discovery" of the new world by Christopher Columbus.So today I am super excited to have author Andrew Rowen back on the podcast. Andrew caught our attention back in 2017 for his book encounters, "Unforeseen 1492 Retold", which rather than another single sided story is a bicultural retelling that portrays the life stories of both Columbus and the Taíno chieftains from their youth to their encounters during the invasions of 1492.Andrew is back to talk about the sequel "Columbus and Caonabó 1493 to 1498 Retold". In this episode, we explore Andrew's rationale for producing a bicultural series of novels and choosing historical fiction over historical nonfiction in order to bring to life the context thoug



مهاجرت به ژاپن با اویس

اویس برای تحصیل در مقطع دکترا وارد ژاپن میشه.. از تجربیاتش و زندگی و کار در ژاپن برامون میگه ...ویدیوی این مصاحبه هم اینجاست راستی.اینستاگرام ماوبسایت ماکانال یوتوب ما/ مصاحبه ها



EP43- 有個厲害的稱號很重要:外號的心理學


The Behaviour Speak Podcast

Ben Reiman, M.A., BCBA, IBA

Episode 28 - Including Autistic People in Every Aspect of Autism Research with Dr. M. Ariel Cascio, Ph.D.

This episode features a fascinating, thought-provoking conversation with Dr. M. Ariel Cascio.  Dr. Cascio conducts research in the areas of person-oriented ethics and inclusion in autism research.


Continuing Education Units - This episode counts as 1.5 BACB Ethics CEUs:


Show Notes:

Cascio, M. A., Weiss, J. A., & Racine, E. (2020). Person-oriented ethics for autism research: Creating best practices through engagement with autism and autistic communities. Autism, 24(7), 1676-1690. 

M. Ariel Cascio, Florian Grond, Rossio Motta-Ochoa, Tamar Tembeck, Dan Ten Veen, Stefanie Blain-Moraes. (2020). Working together: Ethnographic observations on participatory design involving adults with autism. Human Organization, 79(1), 1-12. https://doi.

Meleniom ملنیوم

Hamed Mohseni

پادکست ملنیوم Meleniom Podcast ماجراهای واقعی از اشخاص ناشناخته


Greg Hancock & Patrick Curran

S3E28: The Challenges & Joys of Academia

In this, their 100th episode and Season 3 finale, Greg and Patrick talk about the challenges and joys of a career in academia. Helping to ensure that we don’t let the bastards grind us down are the voices of three insightful assistant professors and three wonderful graduate students. Along the way, we also mention lining up the napkin, hug free zones, margarita night in 2003, relying on the kindness of strangers, Strunk & White voodoo, a mile-high C, Mr. October, going beyond the veil, the Black Plague, messages in bottles, the gates of the citadel, turning the container ship, work-work balance, being the bad guy, the focus groups in my head, 50cc of sodium phenobarbital, that’ll do pig, front wheel drive/rear wheel drive, and attaboys.  

Inquiring Minds

Indre Viskontas

Space Rocks, Star Stuff, and Tom Selleck's Mustache with Greg Brennecka

More than a hundred million people watched the Netflix movie Don’t Look Up, which focused on our fear that something could crash into our planet from space and destroy it. But what if things that come from space don’t just have the potential to destroy life but also to create it? That’s Greg Brennecka’s argument, and he joins Indre on today’s episode to talk all about it. Greg is a staff scientist and cosmochemist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, whose research has appeared in Science, Nature, and The Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS). He won the prestigious Sofja Kovalevskaja fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to study the early solar system and is a leader in understanding how things from space affect us down here on Earth. His new book is Impact: How Rocks from Space Led to Life, Culture, and Donkey Kong, and he discusses it and so much more (including

Statistics for the Social Sciences

Dr. Brad R. Fulton

This course provides an introduction to the quantitative methods social scientists use to collect and evaluate empirical data about society. Through this course you will learn to gather, describe, and analyze data with an emphasis on the application and interpretation of these methods. This course will also help you to be a more informed and critical reader of academic research, public opinion polling, and advertisement claims that present statistical evidence. Lecture slides and additional course material can be obtained by emailing

Hear This Idea

Fin Moorhouse and Luca Righetti

45. Lord Bird on the UK Future Generations Bill

Lord Bird is the co-founder of The Big Issue, a magazine supporting street vendors who are homeless, a crossbench peer in the House of Lords, and co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Future Generations.
In our conversation, we discuss —

The Future Generations Bill, currently being discussed in the UK Parliament
Causes of political short-sightedness
Broader social issues facing the UK

You can read more about the topics we cover in this episode's write-up:
If you have any feedback or suggestions for future guests, feel free to get in touch through our website. Consider leaving us a review wherever you're listening to this — it's the best free way to support the show. If you want to support the show more directly, consider leaving a tip. Thanks for listening!

CSPI Podcast


39: Does Big Data Know Best? | Seth Stephens-Davidowitz & Richard Hanania

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a data scientist, author, and keynote speaker. He holds a PhD in economics from Harvard and is a contributing op-ed writer for the New York Times. He joins the podcast to talk about his two books, Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are (2017) and Don’t Trust Your Gut: Using Data to Get What You Really Want in Life (2022). He and Richard discuss the behavioral genetics of sports, whether we pay too much attention to hate crimes, physiognomy as a science, the limits of evolutionary psychology in explaining porn preferences, and how to apply insights from big data and social science to improve our dating lives, careers, and overall happiness. Get full access to Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology at

Sociology Ruins Everything

Matt Sedlar

Sociology Ruins Don't Look Up

What does Adam McKay's 2021 disaster film Don't Look Up say about the current discourse over climate change? In this episode, I talk with Nik Janos, Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University, Chico, whose research focuses on the intersection of urbanization and ecological crisis. In our discussion we cover the sociology of disaster, failures of science communication and actions people can take from the local to the global. Just a fair warning: If you enjoyed Don't Look Up, this episode might change your mind about some things. 
Show notes
Janos, N. and C. McKendry. (fall 2021). Urban Cascadia and the Pursuit of Environmental Justice. University of Washington Press.
Green Space Notes
Sutton, Barbara and Kari Marie Norgaard. 2013 “Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights Violations in Argentina and t

The Addiction Psychologist

Samuel Acuff

Dr. Barbara McCrady - Alcohol Behavioral Couple Therapy

Persistent alcohol use can, at times, interfere with intimate relationships and create conflict. The dynamic of the couple can be a source of tension and may create a loop that can perpetuate alcohol use. However, intimate couples relationships can also be great supports in the recovery from alcohol use disorder. Dr. Barbara McCrady talks about decades of research and development of Alcohol Behavioral Couples Therapy (ABCT), which attempts to target changes in alcohol use by bolstering the couples relationship and using the partner to help work toward behavior change. Dr. Barbara McCrady Professor Emerita of Psychology and the Center on Alcohol, Substance Use, and Addictions (CASAA) at the University of New Mexico. Here she is pictured with her beloved horse, Skylark. 

Criminal Behaviorology

Timothy Joseph

Indiana’s Mayhem & Murder: Historical True Crime in the Hoosier State

Author Keven McQueen has written books for decades now, and has taken an interest in what he calls “historical true crime.” In this interview we discuss his book on crimes in the Hoosier state before 1940. In addition, some of Keven’s musings on history, society, and the particular sources he has found most helpful in finding these unique stories. 
Show Highlights: 
- Keven’s journey in becoming a non-fiction author. 
- His moral and ethical concerns writing about criminal cases. The reason for his cutoff of 1940 as the last year he will draw stories from. 
- Thoughts on the popularity of true crime. An explanation of “historical” true crime. 
- Hazel Triumphant! A young mother is accused of the murder of her infant twins. She was the sole caretaker of the two children, until it was discovered they were not real. 
- Hypothetical Questions in A

The JOY Factor: Mindfulness, Compassion, Positive Psychology, Healing, Yoga

Julie Hanson, Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Life Coach, Registered Yo

You Matter Marathon

Hello and welcome to episode 34 of The JOY Factor Podcast. Today's show is sponsored by Prose. Thanks to my personalized Prose routine, I can honestly say I’ve never been more in love with my hair! Today we've got a special conversation with our guest Cheryl Rice Cheryl Rice works with women eager to be leaders in their own lives. Since 1990 she has been working with clients to improve individual, team and executive performance. In her powerful seminars, Cheryl inspires women to use their voice and vision for maximum impact. Her clients include: Pfizer, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Penn Medicine, Campbells Soup, and the Wharton School. Cheryl is also the author of the inspiring memoir, Where Have I Been All My Life? A Journey Toward Love and Wholeness. Additionally, her essays on life, love and loss have appeared in local and national publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chicago Tribune, Cure Today, an

Singal-Minded Conversations

Jesse Singal

Episode 11: A Quick Announcement: Introducing "Blocked And Reported"

A brief announcement noting that Singal-Minded Conversations is, as you may have gathered six months ago, on hiatus, and to introduce Jesse Singal's new podcast with Katie Herzog, "Blocked and Reported," which can be listened to via the below links.
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Sociology Sessions

A Sociology Experiment

Chapter 8: Sociology of Families - Values, Roles & Media in the Construction of Family

Harry Zhu, Cassidy Bushnell, Jasmine El-Shurafa and chapter author Anglea Barian discuss the idea of family through sociological lenses.

AEA Research Highlights

American Economic Association

Ep. 49: The great reset?

The COVID-19 pandemic has already significantly widened wealth and income disparities around the world.  Poorer populations suffered higher rates of infection, and workers in low paying jobs were the most impacted by widespread shutdowns. But not all pandemics have had the same effect. In a paper in the Journal of Economic Literature, author Guido Alfani looks at the history of pandemics stretching back to the medieval Black Death to examine how factors like mortality rates and the response by wealthy elites affected gaps between the rich and poor. Alfani says that the lessons from previous pandemics like cholera in the 19th century offer hope for how public policy responses can actually have a meaningful impact on reducing inequality over the long run. Alfani spoke with Chris Fleisher about how the history of global pandemics can help inform responses to COVID-19 and efforts to address the root causes of poverty. Music in the audio by Podington Be

Stories of Impact


Wellness & Human Flourishing with Deepak Chopra

Our guest today is Dr. Deepak Chopra, founder of The Chopra Foundation, a non-profit entity for research on well-being and humanitarianism, and Chopra Global, a modern-day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality. He is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation, and the author of over 90 books translated into over forty languages. In addition to holding a number of positions at medical schools across the US, Dr. Chopra has been at the forefront of the meditation revolution for the last thirty years.  Today’s conversation explores the link between our minds and our physical health; between the way we decide to approach life, and the likelihood that we will flourish in our lives. Learn more: Dr. Deepak Chopra The Chopra Foundation Chopra Global   Subscribe to Stories of Impact wherever you listen to podcasts More about this episode Read the transcript of this episo

ACT in Context

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

پادکست فارسی امروز فهمیدم Emrooz Fahmidam

احمد صديق پور

اپیزود ۴۳: آشنایی با اصول اولیه قدرت(شهروندی)… آیا سمبه ی مردم زوری دارد!؟

در این قسمت، به شکل خلاصه اصول قدرت، به ویژه قدرت مدنی یا همون شهروندی رو مرور میکنیم.
بنده معتقدم؛ مردمی که به قدرت اجتماعی و مدنی خودشون آشنا نیستن، محکوم به تحمل ظلم و ستم هستن!
اینجا من هم به نوبه ی خودم تلاش میکنم که شما شنونده ی عزیز رو با قدرت و قوانین بازی قدرت اجتماعی بیشتر آشنا کنم…

از اینکه با معرفی این پادکست به دوستان خودتون به بنده دلگرمی میدین بی نهایت سپاسگزارم.

برای حمایت مالی از پادکست از طریق لینک های زیر با بنده در تماس باشید??

هميشه خوشحال ميشم نظرات و پيشنهادهای شما عزيزان رو بشنوم و بخونم...
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New Books in Political Science

New Books Network

Japan’s Reaction to Russia’s War in Ukraine

Russia’s aggression in Ukraine has dramatically affected international politics, and the effects are also felt in East Asia. We have heard a lot about China’s position regarding the war, but the situation has also affected security and defense calculations in Japan, one of the key allies of the West in Asia. How did Japan react to the war, what has it meant for Japan's own territorial dispute with Russia, and how do the evolving East Asian, Indo-Pacific, and European security environments look from a Japanese perspective? In this episode, Ari-Joonas Pitkänen is joined by two specialists on Japanese society and politics, Dr. Kamila Szczepanska and Dr. Silja Keva, to answer these questions.
Dr. Kamila Szczepanska is a University Lecturer at the Centre for East Asian Studies and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Political Science and Contemporary History at the University of Turku. Dr. Silja Keva is a University

The Abnormal Psychologist

Dr. Colby Taylor

Season 2 Wrap-Up

This episode wraps up Season 2 of the podcast with me reading mailbag questions.  In doing so, we brush on arithmomania, sanity, and Joe Goldberg from the Netflix series You.  See you in 2022!

New Things Under the Sun

Matt Clancy

Synthesizing academic research about innovation, science, and creativity.

This Week I Learned

The Week

Ep. 79: This week I learned that crows make up after fights, and more

This week I learned that a murder of crows has a soft side, that the Vatican paints its walls with milk, that in 1975 all of Iceland's women went on strike, and that mountain climbing can cause you to go temporarily insane.
For more, visit

Be Reasonable

Merseyside Skeptics Society

Be Reasonable: Episode #078 – Linda Backman

Marsh is joined by past life regression therapist Linda Backman, from The RavenHeart Center. In this episode, we talk about what past life regression is, the benefits Linda believes it can have in helping clients process their emotional and physical issues, and whether or not it is important that past life experiences can be verified […]

American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

American Journal of Psychiatry

April 2022: Effects of County-Level Opioid Dispensing Rates on Individual-Level Patterns of Prescription Opioid and Heroin Consumption: Evidence From National U.S. Data

Dr. Brian Kelly (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana) discusses a study that found recent efforts to curb opioid prescriptions appear to have had an effect on reducing prescription opioid misuse and dependence, with no evidence that shifts in local-level opioid dispensing affected odds of heroin use, frequency of heroin use, or heroin dependence. Afterwards, Journal Editor-in-Chief Dr. Ned Kalin discusses what pulls the March issue of AJP together. Kelly interview [00:30] Why county level data? [01:22] What accounts for the variation between counties? [02:28] Decreased prescription rates did not lead to increased heroin usage [04:07] How do we ensure the needs of those who need pain management? [04:55] What should happen with opioid dispensing practices? [06:10] National Survey on Drug Use and Health

The Criminology Academy

Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe

Ep. 42 Crime in Rural Places with Walter DeKeseredy

This week we talk to Walter DeKeseredy, a professor in West Virginia University's Department of Sociology and Anthropology, about violence against women and rural criminology. Turns out living on a farm outside of the big city may not be as safe as some may think! Walter talks us through what exactly rural criminology is and the violence that women in rural settings experience. Walter even wrote a book about the topic! 
Walter's work has been published in journals such as Violence Against Women, Violence and Gender, and International Journal of Rural Criminology. You can find Walter on Twitter @dekeseredy.
Please remember to rate and review us wherever possible (iTunes, Spotify, and Audible). You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @thecrimacademy. Email us at or visit our website at

Flip Your Lid with Kim Honeycutt

Kim Honeycutt, MSW, LCSW, CCFC, LCAS

Flip Your Lid is a deep dive into the complexity of psychology, neuroscience, and Christianity as it applies to the development of our internal and external systems. We will discuss all the things - racism, addiction, Polyvagal theory, toxic relationships/systems, implicit bias, attachment styles, and how to bring our unconscious beliefs into conscious connection. The right internal reset can have life-changing impacts on our heart, mind, and body leading to the expansion of His Kingdom. Flip Your Lid podcast will assist you in having access to the science that helps us to cultivate our relationship with God and aligns our beliefs with our behavior. (Romans 14:22-23) Join us as we examine what caused our lids to flip and how we can use neuroscience to reconnect and resurrect who He says we are.

The Harmful Habits Podcast

Three Trees Center for Change

The Harmful Habits Podcast, hosted by Three Trees' very own Jamesa, Ben, and Amine, combines a blend of their clinical perspective, personal stories, and their love of poking fun at each other, to help illustrate different types of harmful habits and how to transform them.

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

SAGE Publications Ltd.

JBP - Growing but Not Grown: Adolescent Black Girls’ Reasoning About a Hypothetical and Challenging Social Situation

In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Mark Jones talks with Rebekah Pollock about her recently published study, "Growing but Not Grown: Adolescent Black Girls’ Reasoning About a Hypothetical and Challenging Social Situation"

IS: Off the Page

International Security

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo

Juan Ramón Rallo


National Park Service

Douglas Stover, Archeology as a Tool for Documenting and Interpreting the Freedman's Colony

Speaking of Racism

Speaking of Racism

Healing Racial Trauma with Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons (Repost)

Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons directs the Center for Healing Racial Trauma, where they provide therapy services to the global majority and consulting services to organizations on anti-racism.


"Dr. Hargons (formerly Crowell) earned her PhD from the University of Georgia in 2015. She directs the RISE^2 Research Team (Relationships, Intimacy, and Sexual Enrichment | Race, Intersectionality, and Social justice Engagement), where they study sex, social justice, and leadership – all with a love ethic. Recent projects have included the Healing Racial Trauma project and studying the sexual narrative of Black students. Her work has been featured in various media, including the New York Times, Huffington Post, and Therapy for Black Girls."


Archaeology Podcast Network

ENCORE Jason Colavito and Ancient Aliens - Episode 14

Sara and Ken interview author and scholar, Jason Colavito

Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Sluggish Cognitive tempo; circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness

In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Joey Fredrick to tackle the question ‘Is sluggish cognitive tempo associated with circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness in adolescence?’. Joey is the first author of a paper on this topic published in the JCPP.

The Human Progress Podcast

Mark Henry: In Fact: An Optimist’s Guide to Ireland at 100 | The Human Progress Podcast Ep. 21

Psychologist and Author Mark Henry joins Marian Tupy to discuss Ireland's incredible economic transformation. 
Mark Henry trained as a psychologist and led the research and strategy functions of Irish technology companies before turning to work in tourism. Having spent two decades telling people all over the world what a great country Ireland is, he is passionate about sharing the incredible progress we have made. Learn more: 
Marian L. Tupy is the editor of Human​Progress​.org, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, and coauthor of The Simon Project. He specializes in globalization and global well‐​being and politics and economics of Europe and Southern Africa. Learn more:

Under the Cortex


2022 Spence Award Mini Episode: Human to Nonhuman Interactions with Kai Chi (Sam) Yam

The winners of the 2022 APS Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions represent some of the brightest and most innovative young psychological scientists in the world. In a series of mini-episodes, Under the Cortex talks with each winner about their research and goals.
Today, Kai Chi (Sam) Yam (National university of Singapore) tells us about his research on human-nonhuman communication.
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The Bulletproof Musician

Noa Kageyama

Why You Get Sucked Down the YouTube Rabbit Hole When Practicing (And How to Prevent This Without Having to Break Up With YouTube)

Ever find yourself in the middle of a practice session, take a moment to check your texts, and then realize an hour has gone by as you got sucked down some random internet rabbit hole or another? Why does this happen? And what can you do to prevent this without resorting to the nuclear option of airplane mode or an app that blocks you from the internet for a set period of time? Why You Get Sucked Down the YouTube Rabbit Hole When Practicing (And How to Prevent This Without Having to Break Up With YouTube)

The Andrea Mitchell Center Podcast

Matthew Roth

Episode 3.9: The Capitalist Roots of the Arab Spring and Its Aftermath – Joel Beinin

 SOCIAL CHANGE AND THE GLOBAL MIDDLE EAST  Interviewer: MATTHEW BERKMAN. Many accounts of the Arab Spring of 2010-11 view it primarily through a political lens: whatever the underlying grievances, its goals centered around removing autocrats from power and replacing them with more responsive governments. Historian JOEL BEININ argues that in fact the Arab Spring protests, particularly in Egypt and Tunisia, were rooted in a worker’s movement that had, over decades, launched numerous protests against harsh economic conditions imposed by the so-called Washington Consensus. In his discussion with political scientist Matthew Berkman, Beinin outlines the evolution of economic policy in the Middle East, points to the sources of funding for the post-Arab Spring counter-revolution, and describes the network of business interests – far beyond a narrowly conceived “Israel lobby” – that have cemented Isr

BT Focus

Centria Autism

2021 Year End Review!

Happy Holidays BT Focus listeners! In today's mini-episode, we reflect on the close of 2021 and Season 1 of the podcast. Listen as we recap highlights from the past year and share what listeners can expect in the year ahead!
Got a question, comment, or feedback for Season 2?! Let us know at - Happy New Years!

UCLA Housing Voice

UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

Ep 27: Minimum Lot Size Reform with M. Nolan Gray

“Find ways to give vocal minorities opt-out mechanisms where they can have some of the land use rules that they want, but they don’t get to drag the whole city down with them.” That’s one of Nolan Gray’s primary lessons from the success of minimum lot size reform in Houston, and a prescription for land use reform more generally. Houston’s reform, which took place in 1998, reduced the minimum parcel size for new homes from 5,000 to just 1,400 square feet per unit, and it’s produced tens of thousands of low-cost townhome-style houses in the city’s “inner loop.” It also allowed individual neighborhoods to opt-out of the reform, creating a political context in which reform could move forward. Gray, a doctoral student at UCLA and author of the new book, Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke the American City and How to Fix It, joins us to talk about the lessons we can learn from the famously unzoned city of Houston, and the promise th

The Jim Rutt Show


Crisp conversations with critical thinkers at the leading edge of science, technology, politics, and social systems.

Reading Meetings with Mark and Molly

Molly Farry-Thorn

Reading researcher and author Dr. Mark Seidenberg is joined by Dr. Molly Farry-Thorn and a variety of guests to discuss how to bridge the gaps between researchers and educators—with each meeting focusing on a specific topic. These meetings provide an opportunity for a deeper dive into topics that are complicated and require nuance. Another goal is to model how people who disagree about important issues can communicate and learn from each other. Visit our website ( and check out @SeidenbergRead on twitter to see what else we are thinking about and to connect with us!

Anthropological Theory: A podcast created by anthropology students

Laurette McGuire

Mary Douglas Edition

Through the discussion of college students Vanessa, Ryan, and Morgan, learn about the famed anthropologist Mary Douglas through her works of literature and influences on modern society. 
Produced by, Vanessa, Ryan, and Morgan

Social Work Amplified


Macro social work is all about social policy, advocacy, community organizing, and leadership! Listen to our Social Work Amplified podcast to hear interviews with individuals who are currently working in macro social work, to give you an idea of the different ways that advocates can use their skills in the field of macro social work. Come learn about the many different career paths available to those who are interested in pursuing this type of work. The Social Work Amplified Podcast is hosted by SPEAK. SPEAK stands for Social Policy, Education, Advocacy, and Knowledge. SPEAK's mission is to amplify the voices of social workers in politics and social policy by providing resources, increasing students' political engagement and facilitating networking opportunities. SPEAK would like to gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Simmons Sister Fund at Texas Women's Foundation. Please visit for transcripts of Podcast Episodes.

a scope ~リベラルアーツで世界を視る目が変わる~


#32 完結編:人類に備わっている「ミラーシステム」ってなんだ(乾敏郎さん編④)

*a scope シーズン1は今回が完結編となります。ご愛聴いただき、誠にありがとうございました。
*深井さん、樋口さんが出演中の「COTEN RADIO」はこちらです

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

New Books Network

Mark Andrejevic, "Automated Media" (Routledge, 2019)

In this era of pervasive automation, Mark Andrejevic provides an original framework for tracing the logical trajectory of automated media and their social, political, and cultural consequences.
Automated Media (Routledge, 2019) explores the cascading logic of automation, which develops from the information collection process through to data processing and, finally, automated decision making. It argues that pervasive digital monitoring combines with algorithmic decision making and machine learning to create new forms of power and control that pose challenges to democratic forms of accountability and individual autonomy alike. Andrejevic provides an overview of the implications of these developments for the fate of human experience, describing the "bias of automation" through the logics of pre-emption, operationalism, and "framelessness."
Automated Media is a fascinating and groundbrea

Annex Sociology Podcast

Queens Podcast Lab

The Annex is a podcast for academic sociologists. We discuss ideas, news, and research of interest to the academic sociology community.

School of Psych | Insightful interviews and stories about psychology, culture, and relationships.

Jared DeFife, Ph.D. interviews experts on relationships, happiness, love, psychology, creativity, culture, and more.

SoP 7 | BDSM, Spanking, and Shakespeare w/ Jillian Keenan

Jillian Keenan is obsessed with Shakespeare…and spanking. Her new book Sex with Shakespeare is a deeply intelligent, exciting, and moving memoir about her own search for love and sexual identity as well as a provocative re-examination of sexuality throughout the Shakespeare canon. Jillian is a freelance journalist based in New York. As a foreign correspondent, she’s reported from Somalia, Niger, Khazakstan, Burundi, Bosnia, and more. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Slate, The Atlantic, Scientific American and many other top media outlets. On today’s episode, Jillian shares her experiences and struggles with growing up kinky, how a classic children’s book became her surprising first ‘startle’, her love of language, and her passionate plea to the mental health community to understand the number one most damaging thing they’ve gotten wrong about kink and spanking a

Psych Mic

Maya Metser

Learning experientially | Applied behavioral science with Aline Holzwarth, MBA

Aline Holzwarth, MBA, is  an applied behavioral scientist specializing in digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is currently the head of behavioral science at Pattern Health and Principal at Dan Ariely's Center for Advanced Hindsight. She writes, "my training in psychology and business, and my experience in research and healthcare, have given her the kind of interdisciplinary lens that helps me appreciate the complexity of decision-making in the real world, particularly when it comes to the thorny domain of health. I am passionate about sharing behavioral insights with anyone who'll listen." See her website here.Resources:Behavioral Science Graduate GuideAction Design NetworkHabit WeeklyDuring this live interview (want to attend future ones? Sign up here), we cover:What is behavioral science?What is the “applied” piece?The value of dabblingWhy

The Inside Social Work Podcast

Marie Vakakis

Learn about some of the different fields of social work, and be motivated and inspired by hearing the stories of other social workers and allied health professionals.

New Books in Gender

New Books Network

Natalie Lira, "Laboratory of Deficiency: Sterilization and Confinement in California, 1900-1950s" (U California Press, 2021)

Mirelsie Velázquez (Associate Professor & Rainbolt Family Endowed Presidential Professor, University of Oklahoma) speaks with Natalie Lira (Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) about Lira’s recent book, Laboratory of Deficiency: Sterilization and Confinement in California, 1900-1950s (University of California Press, 2021).
Over 20,000 residents of California were sterilized in the first half of the twentieth century. A vast archive of the sterilization request records provides chilling evidence of the identities and family resources of these people. Furthermore, the documents explain why physicians and social workers deemed reproductive intervention to be in the interests of the state. Using the records from the Pacific Colony institution, Lira investigates why young women and men of Mexican origin were dispro

Functional Relations

Zachary Bird, PhD, BCBA-D and Caleb Davis, MS, BCBA

S3E5 - The Supervisor Experience: Using ABA to Support Trainees w/ Dr. Diana Parry-Cruwys and Dr. Jackie MacDonald

In the fifth episode of Season 3, Zach and Caleb discuss updated fieldwork requirements and recent research on systems for promoting successful fieldwork experiences with Dr. Diana Parry-Cruwys and Dr. Jackie MacDonald. Season 3 of the Functional Relations podcast is titled “The Experience”. Each episode will alternate between the supervisor experience and the trainee experience.  1 supervision learning CE is available for this episode. You can purchase it at If you feel that our podcast is a valuable contribution to the field of ABA, please consider supporting us on Patreon at Things to check out from the episode: BCBA Fieldwork Requirements: Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts:  https://

Behavioral Grooves Podcast

Kurt Nelson, PhD and Tim Houlihan

How Can Smart, Kind People Harness Their Influence? | Zoe Chance

Influential is probably not a word you use to describe yourself if you are the quiet/smart/kind type of person. Furthermore, you probably have misconceptions about what it even means to have influence. Zoe Chance believes intelligent and caring people are precisely those who should learn how to harness their influence and then use it for bigger, more socially important issues. And she practices what she preaches! Zoe is donating half of the profits from her new book to fight the climate crisis. 

“Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen” is the fantastic new book that Zoe has written. On this episode of Behavioral Grooves, we delve into Zoe’s clever way of framing system 1 and system 2 thinking, how being influential isn’t as hard as it appears, and about what she likes to call The Magic Question!

As a professor at the Yale

Poverty Research & Policy

Institute for Research on Poverty

Kathryn Edin on the 25th Anniversary of "Making Ends Meet"

2022 marks the 25th anniversary of the publication of Making Ends Meet: How Single Mothers Survive Welfare and Low Wage Work, by Kathryn Edin and Laura Lein. The book was based on interviews with low-income single moms that took place between the late 1980s and early 1990s. Edin and Lein detailed the women's household budgets, the strategies they used to support their families, and the unforgiving choice between welfare and low-wage work.  In this episode, we hear from Kathryn Edin about what she learned from talking to these mothers and about the changes in U.S. antipoverty policy in the 25 years since Making Ends Meet was published.  A transcript for the episode is available at  

The Litigation Psychology Podcast


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 107 - Focus on Improving Your Craft

Baxter Drennon, Attorney with Hall Booth Smith in Little Rock, Arkansas joins the podcast to talk with Dr. Steve Wood about a range of topics around attorney credibility and improving as a trial lawyer. Baxter and Steve discuss the definition of a win, the necessity of gaining direct experience in trying cases, the philosophies about whether to go to trial or settle a case, and what types of training would be useful for defense attorneys to keep pace with the plaintiff's bar as they invest in their craft. Watch the video of this episode:

The Human Risk Podcast

Human Risk

Colin Pereira on reporting in fragile environments

How can we manage risk and keep people safe in fragile environments?My guest Colin Pereira is Director at HP Risk Management, a consultancy that assists media organisations operating in challenging environments. Since the business of journalism is to report, news organisations need to get their reporters into locations the rest of us might prefer to avoid. As a human risk challenge, this is multifaceted — many of the risks facing journalists in the field are human, and the decisions they make while on assignment also provide plenty of opportunity for human risk to manifest itself. Meanwhile the media organisations need to consider how they manage the risk from an organisational perspective.Colin helps news organisations build their compliance infrastructure and crisis management for dangerous assignments. In simple terms, that involves supporting journalists and broadcasters in managing risk when they go into war zones, dis



Part 1: The Polgar Sisters

Can prodigies be created with early specialization? Laszlo Polgar was an educational psychologist who believed they could. He experimented with his own children and the results were fascinating.

This is Part 1 of a re-release of the first 3 Prodigy episodes. They are meant to be listened to together as they cover the argument of nature vs nurture as related to performance.

Created, produced and hosted by Lowell Brillante

See for privacy information.

The Skeptic Zone

Richard Saunders

The Skeptic Zone #684 - 14.November.2021

0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:04:00 COVID vaccine nurse at Perth clinic charged with fraud Western Australian Police have charged a nurse with fraudulently recording that a patient had been given a COVID-19 vaccine when the jab was allegedly never administered. 0:14:42 The Book of Tim Loch Ness #1 - Tim takes a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most famous pictures of the Loch Ness monster, known as the surgeon's photograph. What is the truth behind this mysterious image? 0:23:16 The Think Tank Joining us this week in our virtual restaurant for a drink and discussion are Susan Gerbic, Adrienne Hill, Lou Hillman, Rob Palmer, Leonard Tramiel and Kelly Burke. Als

Human Centered

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University. Hosted by former New York Times journalist and current CASBS research affiliate John Markoff. CASBS brings together great minds to generate new knowledge to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It is a place where diverse thinkers collectively produce transformative outcomes that none could produce independently. A place where boundaries and assumptions are challenged in order to advance our understanding of human beliefs, behaviors, interactions, and institutions. A place that is human centered. Learn more about CASBS on its web site ( and on Twitter (@CASBSStanford). Host: John Markoff Engineer/Co-producer: Joseph Monzel Co-producer: Mike Gaetani

Opinion Science

Andy Luttrell

#59: Belief Systems with Mark Brandt

Mark Brandt studies a bunch of things. He’s an assistant professor of psychology at Michigan State University. These days, he’s been exploring how we can think about belief systems as a network of interconnected opinions. Using mathematical simulations that specify how people’s opinions can be connected, Mark and his team have been able to establish a core model that explains a bunch of findings from political psychology.Mark also co-organizes a free online seminar, the Minority Politics Online Seminar Series (MPOSS). Check it out for a bunch of great presentations by researchers who are studying a range of important topics. A few things that come up in our conversation:We focus on a recent summary of the idea that networks can help explain belief systems (Brandt & Sleegers, 2021)Using network analysis, we can identify which opinions are central to a belief system (Brandt et al., 2019)It is difficult to quantify an individual person’s

New Books in Sociology

New Books Network

R. John Aitken, "The Infertility Trap: Why Life Choices Impact your Fertility and Why We Must Act Now" (Cambridge UP, 2022)

A potential crisis in human fertility is brewing. As societies become more affluent, they experience changes that have a dramatic impact on reproduction. As average family sizes fall, the selection pressure for high-fertility genes decreases; exacerbated by the IVF industry which allows infertility-linked genes to pass into the next generation. Male fertility rates are low, for many reasons including genetics and exposure to environmental toxins. So, a perfect storm of factors is contriving to drive fertility rates down at unprecedented rates. If we do not recognize the reality of our situation and react accordingly, an uncontrollable decline in population numbers is likely, which we'll be unable to reverse. R. John Aitken's book The Infertility Trap: Why Life Choices Impact your Fertility and Why We Must Act Now (Cambridge UP, 2022) addresses

One in Ten

National Children's Alliance

Engaging the brightest minds working to solve one of the world's toughest challenges—child abuse. Join us for conversations with leading experts on science, law, medicine, morality, and messaging. This podcast is brought to you by National Children's Alliance, the largest network of care centers in the U.S. serving child victims of abuse. Visit us online at


فريق غيث ترياق التطوعي

لا تنسى؛ فُتنسى

Behind the Stigma

Behind the Stigma

Behind the Stigma, hosted by a student of Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London discusses many topics that are important in uncovering, reducing stigma and understanding one’s own mental health. Episodes will feature the podcast’s clinical psychologist, stories and experiences of people on their mental health journeys, and doctorates that will talk about their research and findings in the Neuroscience, Psychology and Psychiatric field.

New Books in Economics

Marshall Poe

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, "Don't Trust Your Gut: Using Data to Get What You Really Want in LIfe" (Dey Street Books, 2022)

Today I talked to Seth Stephens-Davidowitz about his new book Don't Trust Your Gut: Using Data to Get What You Really Want in LIfe (Dey Street Books, 2022)
Looking for advice on how to get a date, how to have a successful marriage, or just how to have a happier life? Don’t trust your gut, don’t trust conventional wisdom, and put down that self-help book full of plausible arguments and compelling anecdotes that just happens to contradict the advice you got from the self-help book you. Instead, let Seth Stephens-Davidowitz guide you, using data!
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a data scientist, author, keynote speaker, and recovering economist. His first book Everybody Lies, was a New York Times bestseller that showed how social scientists have used new data about our online behavior to gain new insights about who we really are and what we r

Influence Psychology and Persuasion - Mike Sweet - 10 Minute Coach - Develop and Discover

Mike Sweet

022 - 3 Behavioural Economics Principles You Need To Know

This is session number 022 of the Influence Psychology and Persuasion Podcast. And this show is all about Behavioural Economics Principles. Well not all about but certainly 3 tips to help you understand what this amazing study has to offer.   So, Behavioural economics are sets of psychological studies all around economic decision making. So, if you buy or sell things, this podcast is for you. And if you are involved in marketing, sales and run your own business, this is most definitely for you. As you're listening to this you will already have a clear understanding that we, humans, are anything but clear or easy to understand. We're odd, we make irrational choices, decisions and statements. I remember a few years back and my wife came home one Saturday in January. She walked through the door, beaming with pride, came into the living room where I was reading a book, hands at breaking point with carrier bags with a red

The Received Wisdom

Shobita Parthasarathy & Jack Stilgoe

Are robots racist? Should we regulate gene editing? Have people stopped trusting experts? Does scientific research make the world a more unequal place? The Received Wisdom is a podcast about how to realize the potential of science and technology by challenging the received wisdom. Join Shobita and Jack as they talk to thinkers and doers from around the world about governing science and technology to make the world a better place.

Psychology - Video

Paul Bloom

(PSYC 110) What do your dreams mean? Do men and women differ in the nature and intensity of their sexual desires? Can apes learn sign language? Why can’t we tickle ourselves? This course tries to answer these questions and many others, providing a comprehensive overview of the scientific study of thought and behavior. It explores topics such as perception, communication, learning, memory, decision-making, religion, persuasion, love, lust, hunger, art, fiction, and dreams. We will look at how these aspects of the mind develop in children, how they differ across people, how they are wired-up in the brain, and how they break down due to illness and injury. This class was recorded in Spring 2007.

Psychology Is Podcast with Nick Fortino

Psychology Is

PI Podcast host, Nick Fortino sits with some of the most influential psychologists and thoughts leaders, in conversations about a variety of topics, many of which will likely relate directly to your life. Originally exclusive to Youtube, the content is created by psychologist, Dr. Nick Fortino and professional video editor, Robert Daluz. Our mission is to use our expertise to deliver consistent, compelling, quality content that adds value to your life. Join us. Support this podcast:

Cooperative Journal

Hosted by Ebony Joy

Spotlighting stories of how people are collectivizing to meet their needs locally and globally beyond the extractive economic system.

Seen Out Loud

Institute for Family


Reimaging child welfare starts with looking inward. On this bonus episode, get to know more about host Matt Anderson as he provides candid responses to listener questions about reimaging child welfare, the power of listening, and his source of hope. Call in with your questions and reactions at (512) 815-3956. 00:01:45  | Adrian McLemore, Program Officer, Annie E. Casey Foundation, and Host, FosterStrong Podcast: What keeps you hopeful while doing this work, given how the premise of foster care is centered around traumatic experiences? 00:03:56  | Lyndsey Wilson, CEO, FirstStar: I’d love to hear you talk about why, as a service providing organization, is it important to prioritize hearing and telling stories? 00:07:04  | Maureen Sorenson, Senior Director of Foster Care Operations at Coordinated Care of Washington and Part-time Lecturer in the School of Social Work at the University of Washington: How can we encourage more [prospective] adoptive




Sociology Ruins Everything

Matt Sedlar

The sociological imagination is great, but really, it ruins all your favorite things. This podcast, hosted by Matt Sedlar, takes a topic each month and explores it from a sociological perspective. Support this podcast:


Connor Whiteley

PWP- 133: Why Dementia Isn't A Diagnosis? A Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Psychology Podcast Episode.

As I've mentioned on previous dementia-focused podcast episodes, dementia is an umbrella term for a wide range of mental health conditions. So in this great clinical psychology episode, we explore the reasons why people need to get a professional diagnosis and how this applies to psychology students and professionals. You don't want to miss this!  
In the psychology news section, you'll learn about how to stop motion sickness in VR, why offenders feel like victims when forgiveness isn't given to them and how people feel disgust towards political out groups.   
If you want to learn more, please check out: 
Cognitive Psychology: A Guide To Neuropsychology, Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology Third Edition- http

Why We Do What We Do


255 | A Behavioral Analysis of Depression pt. 2

We expand on the environmental processes that create a context for depression. We elaborate on the pros and cons of the "diagnosis" of depression and how a behavior analyst would approach a client with depression. Listen in for part 2!RecommendationsAbraham: Upload Season 2 ( Drug Church - Hygiene ( and ResourcesReferences/LinksBehavior Analyst Certification Board. (2020). Ethics code for behavior analysts. Littleton, CO: Author.Biglan, A. (1991). Distressed behavior and its context. The Behavior Analyst, 14(2), 157-169., J. W., Cautilli, J. D., Busch, A. M., & Baruch, D. E. (2005). Toward a comprehensive functional analysis of depressive behavior: Five environmental factors and a possible sixth and seventh. The Behavior Analyst Today, 6(1), 65-81.

The ABA and PT Podcast

Mandy Mason

#10 A Living Human Treasure with Dr. Carl Koenig

This episode tells the story of a humble, passionate, and inspiring human being who gave his all for the science of Precision Teaching. Dr. Carl Koenig was instrumental in the creation of the behavior chart, now called the Standard Celeration Chart and the foundations of Precision Teaching. Carl spent over a decade of his life working alongside Dr. Ogden Lindsley through the highs and lows of shaping Precision Teaching in the 60s and 70s.
In this episode, he will take us on a journey beginning with his early work experience at Kansas University, how he met Ogden, the development of precision teaching, and their efforts to spread the work to professionals and parents, amongst other things.
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The Backbench


An Audience With The Pope

What does an apology mean? And what happens next? Fatima speaks to two people who were in Rome to hear the Pope’s apology to Indigenous people over the Residential School system: Norman Yak’e ula, a survivor who has been waiting for 58 years to hear these words; and Taylor Behn-Tsakoza, co-chair of the Assembly of First Nations National Youth Council, who was part of the delegation that got an audience with the Pope. Links:Watch the Pope’s full apology here: Read the calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Watch the APTN video we mentioned of Taylor Behn-Tsakoza preparing to go to Rome:Sponsors: Skipper Otto, Ground News, The Peak, 22 MurdersAdditional music by Audio Network See for privacy and opt-out information.

VoxDev Development Economics

S2 Ep24: How Airbel Lab creates cost-effective impact

Which interventions work best, and how can we tweak them to work better? How well could they work in other places, and what changes should we make? Airbel Impact Lab, part of the International Rescue Committee, designs, tests, and scales life-changing solutions for people affected by conflict and disaster. Tim Phillips talks to Jeannie Annan and Caitlin Tulloch about their work.

Exploring Central European History: A Wirth Institute Podcast with Joseph F. Patrouch

Wirth Institute

Austro-Hungarians in Canada’s Internment Camps, 1914-1920: Part of a Worldwide Story

Starting in the 1890’s, countries around the world, including Spain, the US, and the British Empire, began a policy of interning populations considered potentially dangerous. Professor Patrouch outlines this context before concentrating on the internment camp system set up in Canada during the First World War in which thousands of men (and some women and children) from Austria-Hungary were incarcerated.



Vol.51 《晃然大悟》收官,最后一期聊聊做播客的心得




How to Save the World | The Psychology of Environmental Action + Behavior

Katie Patrick

Astronauts, The Overview Effect, And Ecological Transcendence With Anaïs Voşki, Stanford University

We talk with environmental psychologist Anaïs Voşki. She's a researcher at Stanford University studying the effect that seeing the Earth from space has on astronauts' climate change attitudes and their sustainable lifestyles back on Earth. Her recent published research paper is titled “The Ecological Significance of The Overview Effect: Environmental Attitudes and Behaviours in Astronauts.”
The Overview Effect is an experience whereby people, especially astronauts, increase their environmental concern when viewing the Earth as a singular object from space. The Overview Effect is credited with not only influencing astronauts directly but also as being a keystone moment in cultivating the modern environmental movement.
Before the first moon landing in 1969, no photograph of the Earth had existed. These first photographs of Earth, coined the "pale blue dot," a

Disclosure Team

Disclosure Team

Dr Michael P. Masters Interview with Vinnie S01 Ep09

Dr Masters is a Professor of Biological Anthropology at Montana Tech of the University of Montana.  His further research interests center on investigating hominin biocultural evolution, astrobiology, astronomy and the physics of time as they relate to the UFO phenomenon. His new book, Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon, cautiously examines the premise that “UFOs” and “Aliens” may simply be our distant human descendants, using the anthropological tool of time travel to visit and study us, as members of their own hominin evolutionary past. This text challenges readers to consider new possibilities while cultivating conversations about our ever-evolving understanding of time and time travel.

The Evidence-to-Impact Podcast

The Social Science Research Institute

The Evidence-to-Impact Podcast brings together academic researchers, government partners and others outside of academia to talk about research insights and real-world policy solutions in Pennsylvania and beyond. This podcast series is supported by the Pennsylvania State University's Social Science Research Institute, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the Administrative Data Accelerator, the Office of Vice President of Research, and the College of Health and Human Development.

LDS Dating

Growler Media

The LDS Dating podcast is hosted by Carri and Bobby, who bring you dating advice, tips, and answer your questions about how to date in a world where conservatism and morals have gone by the wayside.

The Behavioral Design Podcast

Samuel Salzer

2021 in Review – Season 2 Finale! ✨

We've reached the end of season 2 - yay! ? In this finale, we sit down and nerd out about all things behavioral as an intervention to help Aline overcome her recent existential crisis. We explore what we have learned about human behavior in 2021, whether being happy is important, ethical challenges in the field, how we can create a bigger impact, and, our course, we complete a final round of overrated vs. underrated.
Thanks to you, our listeners for supporting us this year! We really appreciate it ??
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Effective Altruism

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Truth Detective

Stephanie Lee

I am your very own truth detective. I will be uncovering the good, the bad, and the ugly...researching, and questioning everything about culture, society, people, places, our justice system, and corruption in private corporations and government agencies. I will leave no stone unturned. I will bring you feel-good cases discovered and uncovered that have happy endings, but also the sometimes controversial or seemingly conspiratorial topics. I will be giving you the straight facts and evidence... peeling back the truth about topics that get very little, if any, media attention or have not yet been talked about, for some reason. QUESTION EVERYTHING because that’s when the real truth comes out. The evidence is there when you really look for it.

Action Design Radio

Action Design Network

Allison White - Behavior Mapping

Zarak and Erik chat with Allison White, a senior behavioral researcher at Duke University’s Center for Advanced Hindsight. Allison primarily advises FinTech companies on how to improve the design of their products to improve financial wellbeing for their users. Previously she was a senior UX design strategist at Deloitte’s InsightStudio, and is also a regular guest speaker at U Penn’s Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences program. Allison recently published with Habit Weekly a case study on her specialty of behavior mapping:   Today Allison joins the podcast to dive into the various aspects of behavior mapping, including its nuances from journey mapping. Other topics include structural vs. psychological barriers, the importance of focusing on pain points, and what applied behavioral scientists can learn from the methodologies in other fields of human-centered design. According to Allison

The Different Minds podcast series

John Offord

Time To Say Goodbye

After 20 months and 65 episodes, the Different Minds podcast series is coming to an end today, (the 31st December, 2021). The host of the show, John Offord said “It’s been an incredible journey and I’ve been honoured to have interviewed such inspirational guests on the series, such as Chris Packham, Steve Silberman and Temple Grandin to name but a few. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all my listeners, who without, none of this would have been possible and my sponsor, Aspire Autism Consultancy and former sponsor, Tiimo.”
To commemorate the ending of the series, a final episode has been released today where John looks back on some of the highlights of the podcast. “Remember to celebrate our differences and I hope this podcast series has helped you realise there is no such thing as normal. Thank you and Happy New Year!”


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Upon Reflection

Nick Byrd

Ep. 7 - Do Unreflective Intentions Undermine Free Will?

On this episode of Upon Reflection, I read my 2021 paper in Logoi titled, "On Second Thought, Libet-style Unreflective Intentions May Be Compatible With Free Will". Imagine if I could predict your behavior before you even became of your conscious of your intention to behave that way. Would this mean that you don't have free will? I used to think so. In this paper, I explain why I was wrong: my view of free will involved magical thinking.

Some figures from the paper.

As with all of my writing, a free preprint can be found on my CV at under "Publications".

This podcast sponsored by DataCamp. DataCamp helps you make better use of data. You can build data skills online while learning from the world’s top data scientists. Find our more at Students get a bonus 62% discount unt

Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

A podcast for like-minded free thinkers interested in the paranormal, esoteric, and all-around mysteries of existence.

Любовь с Анеттой Орловой

"Любовь с Анеттой Орловой" — экспертный взгляд известного психолога на отношения двух полов. Как избежать несчастной любви, как перебороть в себе чувство расставания, как жить дальше, отпустив навсегда свою половину — ответы на эти и другие вопросы вы найдете в еженедельных выпусках программы. "Любовь с Анеттой Орловой" — тот самый совет психолога, которого нам так часто не хватает.

3 Sabora | ع السبورة

Eman Khalied

ع السبورة بودكاست بطابع خفيف اجتماعي بلمسة شوية شخصية يعني بأختصار السبورة تمثل كل شي يدور في دماغي والأفكار الي نفسي أشاركها معاكم من غير اي فلاتر ولا رسميات

History & Culture

National Park Service

Thavolia Glymph, PhD, The World(s) of Emancipation in the American South

AP Voice

Aiman Amri

Kupasan topik psikologi yang menarik secara santai bersama Aiman Psikologi. Twitter & Instagram @AimanPsikologi

Green Deal. La oportunidad de Europa

Agenda Pública

Green Deal parece ser la expresión del momento. Se alude a él como una especie de varita mágica para solucionar todos los problemas a los que nos enfrentamos. ¿Sabemos exactamente qué es? ¿Qué se esconde tras esta idea? A ello dedicaremos esta serie de podcast dentro del ciclo “Green Deal, la oportunidad de Europa”, producido por Funcas y Agenda Pública con el apoyo de la Secretaria de Estado de la Unión Europea del Ministerio de Exteriores de España a través de su programa Hablemos de Europa.

Local Zero


Climate action on your doorstep. COP26 will bring Earth's most urgent conversation to Scotland in November 2021. In Local Zero, Glasgow-based researchers Dr Rebecca Ford and Dr Matt Hannon are your trusted guides to smart local energy and a zero carbon future. Find us at

DéPOT: Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time

Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time

The DéPOT partnership examines the historical roots of deindustrialization and the contemporary responses to it. The goal is to understand deindustrialization in transnational or comparative perspective, its causes, the responses to it, its effects, and its legacies. The partnership joins 25 leading specialists in the study of deindustrialization as well as 18 research centres and 16 industrial museums, heritage groups, trade unions, labour archives, Indigenous organizations, and publishers. The focus is on the transnational connections between and comparisons among the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom – the heart of the old “industrial world.” The DéPOT podcast serves as a place for deindustrialization-related conversations about research, methodology, and publications, primarily with graduate student and post doctoral affiliates and co-investigators. Please visit to learn more about the project.

Electric Pajamas: Wearing Dreams Out Loud

Jay Joslin CDP

Everyone dreams. How we talk about these facets of mind matter. Dreams have always had intrinsic social value, but they're considered so dang whimsical. Why? They're as much a sentinel of awareness as is your reading of this message. We live in an uninterrupted flow of consciousness, only its quality changes. Et cetera! Why so serious? Well, we have some work to do. There's taboo & woo in breaking through the fuzzy confines of typical "dream interpretation" babble. We seek- through both insight and well-placed goofiness- to make dreamwork the guerilla study of consciousness for everyone.

No Title

Michael Dunn - Sustainability Entrepreneur & Podcaster

Each week, you get to be a fly on the wall as I chat with interesting people, doing interesting things in the world of sustainability. "Sustainacast" is a platform to allow entrepreneurs, managers, creators, leaders, students and other folks tap into ideas and approaches to sustainability from local, regional and international thought leaders. Tune in to expand, reinforce or challenge your ideas on many facets of sustainability. The show seeks to explore and expand on the topic of sustainability, covering areas such as energy, food, social enterprise, entrepreneurship, climate change, lifestyle, wellness, transportation, local food, recycling, waste & much more. Sustainacast aims to help you simply and conveniently explore what it means to make sustainable decisions, and how to make it the foundation of what we do. Learn more at

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Questions & Answers

Jacob Martinez

Is this a value or. . .? | Discerning values from client statements

Jacob helps a listener clarify and extract possible values from a client statement.

The Safety Struggle

Dr. Linda F. Martin

The Safety Struggle: Mikel Bowman - Vulnerablility and Leading from the Middle

Mikel Bowman of Bowman Legacies returns to The Safety Struggle to talk about leading from the middle, including a wide-range of things including vulnerability, linking shields, and being "enough".
When it comes to "building a legacy that far surpasses your legend", it takes a ton of self-reflection and breaking of barriers associated with how you see others and how you see yourself.
It's always a treat to hear Mikel and Linda talk about putting emotional intelligence into your leadership and safety practice.
This episode is sponsored by Veriforce, the world's premier Supply Chain Risk Performance Network. Veriforce helps your organization stay ahead of risk. Check them out at

Give Theory A Chance

The Society Pages

Christopher Matthews on Nick Crossley

In this episode we are joined by Dr. Christopher R. Matthews; a social scientist and epistemologist who specializes in the use of immersive research to understand ideas, people and society. Chris is the author of Doing Immersive Research Vol.1: Using Social Science to Understand the Human World and runs an impressive website with hours of […]

一口經濟學 bitesize economics

Charles Liao

一口經濟學S3E9: 笑看人生起伏,平滑消費理論怎麼了?⛰️?️?‍?

Charles老師一家人上禮拜到舊金山機場本來要回台灣,結果變成一日遊,發生了甚麼事呢? 今天來聊一聊經濟學如何教我們面對人生中意料之外的事情。還有平滑消費理論。
歡迎大家收聽今天的一口經濟學 <笑看人生起伏,平滑消費理論怎麼了?> 也歡迎大家訂閱spotify or podcast,或加入臉書同名社團。讓你每天更聰明,思考更理性。
✅(00:01:25) Charles老師一家舊金山機場一日遊,
✅(00:10:55) 經濟新聞回顧: 消費者信心指數新低
✅(00:16:15) 經濟新聞回顧: 五月份消費者物價指數再創新高
✅(00:23:00) 今天主題: 消費平滑理論。甚麼是消費平滑理論?
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✅(00:30:45) 經濟理論
✅(00:33:27) 過度平滑(罵人不帶髒字)
✅(00:37:27) 遇到意外怎麼辦?
✅(00:43:13) 聖經中法老王解夢故事
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New Books in Genocide Studies

Marshall Poe

What Remains: Textiles from Tuol Sleng

What can textiles tell us about histories of genocide and the lived experiences of prisoners?
In this episode, Dr. Magali-An Berthon discusses the treatment of prisoners at S-21 and how clothes played a role into their imprisonment and dehumanization. She retraces the formation of the textile collection at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, starting with a large pile of clothes on display in the first years of the museum, which was then moved in 1991, before being removed altogether in 2011, and which was recently recovered. The current content of the collection includes about 3,500 recovered garments, textiles and fragments, that all tell intimate stories of individuals and survival.
Dr. Magali-An Berthon is a textile historian focusing on the contemporary history of Southeast Asian dress and textiles. She is a European Union Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Textile Research at the University of Copenhagen.

Philosophers on Medicine

Jonathan Fuller

For the deepest problems in healthcare, philosophy is the best medicine. In this podcast series, Jonathan Fuller, MD, PhD (University of Toronto) speaks to philosophers about their work on medicine and healthcare. You will hear from philosophers on the meaning and reality of disease, on their skeptical worries about evidence-based medicine, on current movements and controversies that shake medicine to its philosophical foundations. Visit our website at

Economic Forces

Economic Forces

Brian Albrecht, Josh Hendrickson, and guests ponder price theory, past and present

NACSW Podcasts

North American Association of Christians in Social Work

Listen to past presentations about faith and Social Work from peers in the field. NACSW provides a wide range of services designed to equip members to integrate their Christian faith and professional social work practice.

New Books in Geography

Marshall Poe

Molly P. Rozum, "Grasslands Grown: Creating Place on the U.S. Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies" (U Nebraska Press, 2021)

In Grasslands Grown: Creating Place on the U.S. Northern Plains and Canadian Rockies (University of Nebraska Press, 2021), Molly P. Rozum explores the two related concepts of regional identity and sense of place by examining a single North American ecological region: the U.S. Great Plains and the Canadian Prairie Provinces. All or parts of modern-day Alberta, Montana, Saskatchewan, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Manitoba form the center of this transnational region. As children, the first postconquest generation of northern grasslands residents worked, played, and traveled with domestic and wild animals, which introduced them to ecology and shaped sense-of-place rhythms. As adults, members of this generation of settler society worked to adapt to the northern grasslands by practicing both agricultural diversification and environmental conser


Beggi Ólafs

Þórarinn Guðjónsson - Stofnfrumur

Þórarinn Guðjónsson er prófessor í Vefjafræði við læknadeild Háskóla Íslands og deildarforseti læknadeildar. Í þættinum ræðir Þórarinn Stofnfrumur, hlutverk þeirra í meðferð við krabbameini, alzheimer og sykursýki, hvort stofnfrumur geti hraðað endurheimt eftir meiðsli, aukið lífsgæði og gert okkur ennþá heilbrigðari í nákominni framtíð, siðferði og stofnfrumur úr fósturvísi og margt margt fleira. Þátturinn er í boði: Your Super - Sumac - Sportvörur - Lavazza -


The British Psychological Society Research Digest

Ep 29: Why do people share false information — and what can we do about it?

Why do people share false information? In this episode, our presenters Ginny Smith and Jon Sutton explore the psychology of misinformation. They hear about the factors that make people more or less likely to share misinformation, discuss strategies to correct false information, and learn how to talk to someone who is promoting conspiracy theories. Our guests, in order of appearance, are Tom Buchanan, Professor of Psychology at the University of Westminster, and Briony Swire-Thompson, senior research scientist at Northeastern University’s Network Science Institute. Episode credits: Presented and produced by Ginny Smith, with additional reporting by Jon Sutton. Script edits by Matthew Warren. Mixing and editing by Jeff Knowler. PsychCrunch theme music by Catherine Loveday and Jeff Knowler. Art work by Tim Grimshaw. Relevant research from our guests includes: Why do people spread false informat

New Books in Law

New Books Network

Nathan A. Kurz, "Jewish Internationalism and Human Rights after the Holocaust" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

In Jewish Internationalism and Human Rights after the Holocaust (Cambridge UP, 2020), Nathan A. Kurz charts the fraught relationship between Jewish internationalism and international rights protection in the second half of the twentieth century. For nearly a century, Jewish lawyers and advocacy groups in Western Europe and the United States had pioneered forms of international rights protection, tying the defense of Jews to norms and rules that aspired to curb the worst behavior of rapacious nation-states. In the wake of the Holocaust and the creation of the State of Israel, however, Jewish activists discovered they could no longer promote the same norms, laws, and innovations without fear they could soon apply to the Jewish state. Using previously unexamined sources, Nathan Kurz examines the transformation of Jewish internationalism from an effort to constrain the p

Dr. thOTs

Dr. thOTs

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Relationships 2.0 With Dr. Michelle Skeen

Michelle Skeen

Guest: Alex Korb author of The Upward Spiral Workbook: A Practical Neuroscience Program for Reversing the Course of Depression

This week on Relationships 2.0 my guest is Alex Korb PhD author of The Upward Spiral Workbook: A Practical Neuroscience Program for Reversing the Course of DepressionAbout the book:Positive life changes lead to positive brain changes. Drawing on the huge success of his groundbreaking book, The Upward Spiral, neuroscientist Alex Korb offers actionable, step-by-step skills to help you reshape your brain and create an upward spiral towards a happier, healthier life.Depression is defined by a collection of symptoms. You feel crappy most of the time. Nothing seems interesting, and everything seems overwhelming. You have trouble with sleep. You feel guilty and anxious and have thoughts that life isn’t worth living. Each symptom reinforces and inspires new symptoms, and this is a sign that your brain circuits are caught in the downward spira

A Bit More Complicated

Dylan Selterman and Manuel Galvan

A podcast on psychological science, ethics, and social progress. We're bringing some "truth and justice" energy. Hosts are Manuel Galvan and Dylan Selterman.

Nuclear Threats and the War in Ukraine

James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has set in motion a catastrophic war. The consequences of this war will be both tragic and far-reaching, including with respect to nuclear nonproliferation and risk reduction. Consistent with the CNS mission of promoting nonproliferation education and analysis, the Center offers a podcast about the nuclear challenges and risks that have arisen as a result of this unfolding crisis. In a fast-changing landscape with countless unknowns, this podcast aims to provide timely information about these critical issues and a forum for constructive dialogue.

Твоя дівчинка з подкастом

Polina Tkachenko

Усім привіт! Мене звати Поліна, а це Твоя дівчинка з подкастом. Подкаст про соціальні теми та життя, як воно є.

How to Think Like a Psychologist

Stanford Continuing Studies Program

The Reframe

Robert Casares

Episode 23 - Failure Does Not Have to Be Fatal with Gerald Corey

My guest is Dr. Gerald Corey, Professor Emeritus of Human Services and Counseling at California State University, Fullerton and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans. Dr. Corey has authored or coauthored 16 textbooks on topics such as counseling theories, group counseling, clinical supervision, and professional ethics. He is a Fellow of the American Counseling Association, a Fellow of the Association for Specialists in Group Work, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 17, Counseling Psychology and Division 49, Group Psychotherapy).
Dr. Corey offers strategies for effectively integrating theory with your unique personality and style, shares his thoughts on taking risks and overcoming setbacks, and highlights the necessity of self-care. He also describes the evolution of his theoretical orientation, explains the benefits of utilizing an integrative app

Low Tech Podcast – Low Technology Institute

Low Technology Institute

Low Tech Podcast, No. 42 — It Doesn’t Pay to Think About the Future

Low Tech Podcast, No. 42 – 28 Jan. 2022
It Doesn't Pay to Think About the Future

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Healthy Widow Healthy Woman

Carolyn Moor

Welcome to Healthy Widow Healthy Woman. Where no widow is left behind as we pursue how to empower women in widowhood to thrive in every healthy way possible.

الفكر القانوني المعاصر


يسلط الضوء على أهم الابحاث المنشورة في مجلة الحقوق التابعة لمجلس النشر العلمي- جامعة الكويت- ويتناول المواضيع القانونية المعاصرة و أهم التطورات في الفكر القانوني المعاصر.

The Next American Built Environment

Michael Sweeney

The NABE is a show about architecture, urban planning and transportation.

Advanced Microeconomics: The Podcast, Microeconomics for Macroeconomists and Laymen

Nick Carducci

Microeconomics is the calculus of econometrics. @nickcarducci on venmo. is a show about the unforsought utilities of the marginal utility plane of entrants between markets' and skews' complementary and substitutive supply and demand. Money doesn’t surpass loss of utility, value is the equal other side of the coin, elastic by luxurious industry. Population is not rising faster than inflation if that is not disproven marginally, and in this case, from GDP/p rising (marginal change-rate per period) only during slavery and the federal reserve, leisure amortized thrice in-lowering.

ABA on Call


CentralReach “ABA On Call” Season 4 Ep. 2 - ABA and Adult Reinforcers (Hobbies)

As behavior analysts most of our discourse surrounds helping others through the lens of applied behavior analysis. But what happens when we turn the light on ourselves and look at how we unwind and enjoy hobbies? In the present episode we are joined by Dr. Justin Page who hosts The Reinforcer Podcast where he talks about hobbies and other reinforcers we adults may enjoy. NOTE - While this episode will not be eligible for CEUs, you can still learn informative information about reinforcers for adults! Click here, to log in and sign up if you wish to view the video. 

60 Mindful Minutes

Kristen Manieri

EP167: Struggle Less & Flourish More with Nataly Kogan

For episode homepage, resources and links, visit:   Description Here's a thought to consider: Challenges in life are constant, but struggle is optional. In her new book, The Awesome Human Project: Break Free from Daily Burnout, Struggle Less, and Thrive More in Work and Life, entrepreneur, speaker, and author Nataly Kogan explores the idea that while life certainly has its ups and downs, we can learn to move through it with more ease when we use the right tools. These include strengthening our emotional fitness skills and creating a more supportive relationship with ourselves in order to reduce self-doubt start to live, work, and lead with more energy, joy, and meaning, even during difficult times.   Guest Bio Nataly Kogan is an entrepreneur, speaker, and author on a mission to help millions of people cultivate their happier skills by making simple, scientifically backed practic