Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

My Unsung Hero: Sanaa Kerroumi's Story

Sanaa is on her train ride home when an angry man begins threatening her. Before he gets too close, a stranger intervenes. Please share the story of your unsung hero with us! To do so, record a voice memo on your phone and email us at myunsunghero@hiddenbrain.org.

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Jordan Harbinger

618: Prescription for Friction: Marry into Addiction | Feedback Friday

Your fiancée knows her weed habit triggers your own addictive tendencies, but keeps it in her daily routine anyway. Now she's giving you flak for your recent lapse in sobriety, and this is making you wonder if getting married next month is really the best move for both of you. What should you do? We'll try to find an answer to this and more here on Feedback Friday!
And in case you didn't already know it, Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Gabriel Mizrahi (@GabeMizrahi) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week! If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now let's dive in!
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The Nostalgia Bone from Throughline

This week at Invisibilia, we're bringing you an episode from NPR's Throughline about an emotion you might be feeling a lot these days: nostalgia. Longing for 'simpler times' and 'better days', many of us have been turning to 90s dance playlists, TV sitcoms, and sports highlights. We're looking for comfort and safety in the permanence of the past, or at least, what we think the past was. But, when it first appeared, nostalgia itself wasn't considered a feeling; it was a deadly disease. This episode traces the history of nostalgia from its origins as an illness to the dominating emotion of our time.

The Psychology Podcast

Stitcher & Scott Barry Kaufman

Ayelet Fishbach || How to Motivate Yourself

In this episode, I talk to award-winning psychologist Ayelet Fishbach about the science of motivation. How do we motivate ourselves to do anything? From her extensive research, Ayelet shares with us four crucial strategies for successful behavior change: identify the right goals, avoid the “middle”, resist temptations, and seek social support. And equally important, she gives tips on how to sustain motivation for longer periods of time. We also touch on the topics of reinforcement, flow, deliberate practice, self-control, and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. BioDr. Ayelet Fishbach is the Jeffrey Breakenridge Keller Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and the past president of the Society for the Study of Motivation and the International Social Cognition Network (ISCON). She is an expert on motivation and decision making and the author of Get it Done: Surprising Lessons fr

The Science of Happiness

PRX and Greater Good Science Center

How Music Soothes Us (Encore)

What is it about certain melodies that can relax our nerves and rock us to sleep? We explore the science of calming music with pianist Rosey Chan.

Mysterious Radio: Paranormal, UFO & Lore Interviews

Mysterious Radio

Are UFO's Healing People?

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My special guest tonight is author and UFO researcher Preston Dennett who's here to discuss the phenomena of people claiming that they were healed by a UFO. Get his book The Healing Power of UFO's: 300 True Accounts of People Healed by Extraterrestrials on Amazon.

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Are ETs healing humans?The answer, of course, is yes! In this landmark book, The Healing Power of UFOs, leading UFO researcher, Preston Dennett, presents a fasc

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

Attachment Assessment Unpacked, Ann & Sue Geek Out and Debrief Previous Episode with Carol George (163)

We are still excited by the exceptional opportunity to learn directly from Dr. George and for the privilege we have in getting to sit down with so many incredible experts in the field of attachment and the relational sciences. We thought there was no better way to follow up than to bring you an in-depth session with Ann and Sue to really get into the heart of attachment assessment. Follow along as they explore what attachment really means, how research has evolved, and how it is relevant on a clinical level. Guided by excerpts from the conversation with Dr. George, they share personal stories, and their own knowledge of the topic to give you 40 minutes of insightful, candid conversation to expand your knowledge even greater. You won't want to miss it!

Something You Should Know

Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

How to Break a Disagreement Deadlock & A New Habit That Can Change Your Life

When you or your child cut a cut or scrape, it is likely you grab some antibiotic ointment to put on it to prevent infection. This episode begins by explaining why that may not be such a good idea. https://www.mindfood.com/article/the-risk-of-overusing-antibiotic-creams-and-ointments/
Nothing is more frustrating than being in an argument with someone when you know you are right, and the other person refuses to see it or agree. So how do you resolve a conflict like this? Listen as I speak with Xavier Amador a clinical psychologist, teacher and author of the book I’m Right, Your’re Wrong, Now What? Break the Impasse and Get What You Need (https://amzn.to/3KqUDpc). Xavier explains a very simple technique that will help you get to a resolution no matter how vehemently you disagree.
Next time you are near a mirror, you may want to look at your earlobes. What you see might reveal something i

Choiceology with Katy Milkman

Charles Schwab

A Clean Slate: With Guests John Beshears, Richard Thaler & Ray Zahab (Rebroadcast)

For many people, the start of a new year is an occasion to re-examine their lives, to set new goals and to give up old habits. Making New Year’s resolutions is something of a social ritual, but we see similar behaviors around other significant dates, as well--such as birthdays and anniversaries and the changing of seasons. And while it can be argued that all of these dates are arbitrary, studies show that they can still give you a head start in achieving your goals.In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we examine the common but not always rational phenomenon whereby people divide their lives into chapters. We look at ways to leverage this phenomenon to make better choices.The episode begins on a riverbank, with a religious rite symbolizing rebirth and renewal.Next, we hear about Ray Zahab’s life changing New Year’s resolution. What began as a simple plan to live a healthier lif

Mating Matters

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Mating Matters Farewell Brooke. BIG Announcement

GraveYard Tales

Adam Ballinger & Matt Rudolph

174: The Drake Hotel

This week we discuss the Drake Hotel! There are hauntings, lots of history, and some wild events that have happened here!


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People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood

A podcast about understanding human behavior, hosted by Zachary Elwood (twitter: @apokerplayer). Interviews with people from a wide range of fields about how understanding people aids them in their endeavors, with an occasional focus on the psychology of political polarization.


Critical Frequency

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. […]

Behavior Bitches

Study Notes ABA

Precision Teaching You Will Not Hate

Today on episode 108 we promise that after listening, precision teaching and direct instruction you will not hate! The Bitches bring on a super smart dude, Chris Topham a BCBA who got tired of the grueling cycle of billing insurance for services, so he started his own company called “Celeration Education” #scarybluechart #iykyk. He uses principles of ABA, precision teaching and direct instruction to support academic growth for children of all ages and abilities. We break these concepts down, real, raw and relatable and there are so many “lightbulb moments”. If you are used to the typical line graphs in ABA, this episode will open your eyes to how unstandardized they can be and how the blue chart is the #bomb.com! If you are studying for your exam or a practicing BCBA this episode is gonna rock your world!! Tune in or miss the F out!
Show notes:
Chris' Instagram: @celerationeducation
Instagram: @behaviorbitchespodcast

Somewhere in the Skies

Ryan Sprague/ Entertainment One (eOne)

UFOs and High Strangeness at Whiteman AFB with Adrian Reister (USAF)

On episode 249 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by former USAF Nuclear Technician, Adrian Reister. Reister was stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base between 2003 and 2007. During his time at the base, Adrian witnessed glowing orbs in the sky on several occasions, one of which when nuclear weapons were being transported. On a separate occasion, Reister witnessed and chased a ‘shadow person’, which somehow managed to enter the highly guarded base. Due to the culture that may persist within the USAF to this day, such events were not reported to senior officials - meaning the USAF may not be aware of serious security breaches. We'll discuss his experiences in-depth and get his thoughts on these phenomena and the USAF's role in UFO secrecy. Follow Adrian Reister on Twitter at: @AdrianSince84Patreon: www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREOfficial Store

The Couples Therapist Couch

Shane Birkel

164: Healing the Trauma from Supremacy Culture with Shirani Pathak

The reality of supremacy culture and generational trauma continue to show up in our lives in a big way. People often struggle with perfectionism, imposter syndrome, and issues in their relationships and they don't understand why. Shirani Pathak talks about these topics in the episode today. She has a podcast called Fierce Authenticity and a book of the same name.  You can find out more about her and explore her podcast and her blog at shiranipathak.com. 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. This episode is sponsored by Clearly Clinical Continuing Ed.  Clearly Clinical is the nation's premier podcast Continuing Ed provider, and features industry experts from across the world.  Clearly Clinical is an ap

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Matt Cicoria

Towards Trauma-Informed Applications of Behavior Analysis: Inside JABA Series #10

In the 10th (tenth!!!) installment of the Inside JABA Series, Dr. Linda LeBlanc and I are joined by Drs. Jenn Austin and Dithu Rajaraman to discuss the paper they co-authored with Drs. Holly Gover, Tony Cammilleri, David Donnelly, and Greg Hanley. The paper is titled, Towards Trauma-Informed Applications of Behavior Analysis, and you can find it in the latest issue of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. If you haven't seen the paper yet, check out the abstract below: Despite a growing acknowledgement of the importance of understanding the impacts of trauma on therapeutic approaches across human service disciplines, discussions of trauma have been relatively infrequent in the behavior analytic literature. In this paper, we delineate some of the barriers to discussing and investigating trauma in applied behavior analysis (ABA) and describe how the core commitments of trauma-informed care c

ABA Inside Track

Robert Parry-Cruwys

Episode 191 - (LIVE) Behavioral Cusps

LIVE from the Inside Track Studio! It’s behavioral cusps! Starring: socially valid behavior targets for change, access to more reinforcement than ever before, and beneficial responding for all. Featuring: butterfly and tree metaphors, descriptions of the Christmas gifts we haven’t wrapped yet, and herbal tea. Now in color! Originally recorded live for our patrons, here's the full audio recording. Sad you missed the event itself? Audio alone just not gonna cut it? Well, subscribe on Patreon at the $5 and up level for access to the full video of the recording PLUS a free CE for this episode. This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Rosales-Ruiz, J. & Baer, D.M. (1997). Behavioral cusps: A developmental and pragmatic concept for behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 533-544. doi: 10.1901/jaba.1997.30-533 Bosch, S. & Fuqua, R.W. (2001). Behavioral cusps: A model for selecting t

That UFO Podcast

That UFO Podcast

184: Special announcement - Anomalous Podcast Network

**Please check out the content by searching on your chosen podcast platform for 'Anomalous Podcast Network' **

Andy gives a short introduction to the network, why it's been created & the shows you will be able to listen to at launch, including;

Unidentified Aerial Podcast, with Dave Partridge & Graeme Rendall (every other Tuesday)
Disclosure Team pod with Vinnie Adams (every Thursday)
Quantum Wytch Cafe with Pricilla Stone (every Saturday)
Colouring Outside The Lines with Dan Zetterstrom (Coming end January)

Follow the network @AnomalousPodNet

Check out the shows on their home youtube channels here;

Quantum Wytch Cafe - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV4lL0PNaBCKZv6k-g2FTQw/featured

Disclosure Team - https://www.youtube.com/c/DisclosureTeamVinnie

This podcast is produced by the Anomalous Podcast Network, in associat

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.

The Social Work Podcast

Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW

The Education and Training of Military Social Workers: Interview with Dr. Anthony Hassan

Episode 68: Today's Social Work Podcast, The Training and Education of Military Social Workers, is the first of a two-part series. Part II, is a discussion of Cultural considerations in military social work. I'm doing this two part series because whether you agree or disagree with America n's involvement in what has now become the longest continuous combat engagement in its 235 year history, "There is an urgent need to understand and engage with the military service members, veterans, their families, and their communities in effective [social work] practices" (CSWE, 2010, p. 2). I hear some of you right now; I'm reading your thoughts: you don't work for the Veterans Administration; you're not contracted by the military to provide services; you don't wear the uniform and serve in the armed forces. And yet, according to my guest, Anthony Hassan, you could still be a military soci

NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

EP78: Co-dependency and Love Addiction

Sherry Gaba, LCSW, speaks with us about co-dependency, love addiction, and toxic relationships.​ Gaba is a psychotherapist, life coach, and certified recovery coach based in California. She is author of "The Law of Sobriety" and "The Marriage and Relationship Junkie," and host of The Love Fix podcast. Visit the show notes for resources. If you liked this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!


Brian Dunning

Eclipsed podcast preview

Sometimes the most interesting stories from history aren’t the ones we expect, it’s the stories that got lost. Eclipsed is a new weekly narrative history show from Campside Media. Hosted by writer Bijan Stephen, each episode of Eclipsed features a story hidden in the shadows of a major historical event. Lakes disappear, sailors cry, and pop stars go into battle on this season of Eclipsed.

Podcast UFO

Martin Willis

489. Cristina Gomez, Gen-Z on UFOs

Guest Cristina Gomez to discuss her fascination with the UFO/UAP topic, her dive into UFO video scrutiny and where her interest has led her.Show Notes

How God Works


Gratitude: Why Every Day Should Be Thanksgiving

Most people think gratitude is an emotion about the past. But in reality, it’s all about the future. Science shows it makes people more honest, more generous, and more patient. It strengthens their relationships and improves their well being. You can think of it as a multivitamin for the soul. But, like a vitamin, you need it more than once a year to get the benefits. And that’s why many religions provide ways to embrace it daily. Join Dave and his guests, author Diana Butler Bass and Rabbi Geoffrey Mitelman as they explore ways to make everyday feel more like Thanksgiving.

A Health Podyssey

Health Affairs

LIVE with Sherry Glied and Craig Garthwaite on National Health Care Spending in 2020 and the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Let us hope that this is a one in a hundred years pandemic. We don't want to build our health care system to operate at all times as if tomorrow will be COVID." - Sherry GliedOn December 15, Health Affairs published ahead-of-print, “National Health Care Spending In 2020: Growth Driven By Federal Spending In Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic,” the annual national health expenditures article prepared by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of the Actuary. Always one of Health Affairs’ most-read articles, this year’s provides the first official report on spending that reflects the effects of COVID-19. During a live Lunch and Learn event, a discussion was held on the findings with economists Sherry Glied from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and Craig Garthwaite from Northwester

The TBRI Podcast

Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

The TBRI® Podcast features conversations about Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. On this podcast we talk about the elements of trauma-informed care and chat with experts in the field about implementing TBRI® across different communities of care and practice.

Sekke Podcast | پادکست سکه

mehdi naji

اپیزود ۲ نیم‌سکه: دنیای شگفت‌انگیز آدام اسمیت

اپیزود دوم پادکست نیم‌سکه
"دنیای شگفت‌انگیز آدام اسمیت"
آدام اسمیت فیلسوف، اقتصاددان و نویسنده‌ی اسکاتلندی قرن هجدهم به باور بسیاری به عنوان پدر علم اقتصاد نوین شناخته می‌شود. دو کتاب او، یعنی «نظریه عواطف اخلاقی» و «ثروت ملل»، دستور کار اقتصاددانان پس از او را تعیین کردند. در دومین اپیزود نیم‌سکه به دنیای شگفت‌انگیز اسمیت سفر می‌کنیم.
نویسنده: علی ملک‌محمدی
راوی: امین قاضی
تدوین و تنظیم: سپهر جمشیدپور
کارگردان: بهداد گیلزادکهن
شرکت ملک تجارت گیل منطقه آزاد انزلی | اینستاگرام

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

27 - David Lagnado: How Causal Reasoning Can Help Us Make Better Judgments and Solve Criminal Cases

Bella chats with Prof. Dave Lagnado, a professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences in the Department of Experimental Psychology at UCL. Dave's research focuses on how people use causal models to draw inferences and make decisions. He has written over 100 articles and co-authored a textbook on the psychology of decision making. He has worked with US intelligence, the UK government and various legal and financial institutions, looking at methods to improve reasoning and decision making. In this episode, Dave discusses his new book on the human capacity for causal reasoning and the challenges we face in evaluating evidence using criminal cases. Bella and Dave talk about how Bayesian Inference and Pearl's hierarchy are applied in the legal domain as well as the pros and cons of using causal models in decision making. Dave also shares his views on how causal models could

Blurry Photos

David Flora

Ep 263: Other Dyatlovs part 1

David is back with the first part of a deep dive into other Dyatlovs, more Russian mountain mysteries! Similar enough to the infamous Dyatlov Pass Incident, the other Dyatlovs of Khamar-Daban and Chivruay Pass pose equally creepy, unsolved mysteries. Happenings like these occurring in the same place would be one thing, but these all happened in different places around Russia. In the first part of this two-part episode, Flora takes a look at the Khamar-Daban Incident. A tragedy that took place in Southern Siberia in 1993, the Khamar-Daban Incident resulted in the loss of 6 lives. Only one of the 7 to go hiking made it back alive, and her tale is harrowing and perplexing. Listen to the details and see what you think might have happened. Then keep an eye on the Blurry Photos feed for part 2, coming soon! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attr

Navigating Neuropsychology

John Bellone & Ryan Van Patten - NavNeuro

83| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 4 – Dr. Ryan Van Patten

In Clinical Case 4, Ryan presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a woman in her 70s with a history of hoarding disorder, hypothyroidism, and obstructive sleep apnea, who was referred by a social worker. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/83 _________________ 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: www.NavNeuro.com/INS  2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 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

Ideas of India

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Radhika Jain on Healthcare in the Public and Private Sectors

This episode is the twelfth in a miniseries of weekly short episodes featuring young scholars entering the academic job market who discuss their latest research. In this episode, Shruti talks with Radhika Jain about her job market paper, “Private Hospital Behavior Under Government Insurance: Evidence from Reimbursement Changes in India.” They discuss the Bhamashah Health Insurance Program in Rajasthan, how hospitals are reimbursed for healthcare expenses, the effects of competition on the healthcare market and much more. Jain is the Asia Health Policy Postdoctoral Fellow for 2019-2022 at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. Her research focuses on healthcare markets, the effectiveness of public health policy and gender disparities in health. Follow Radhika on Twitter: https://twitter.com/radhi_jain  Follow Shruti on Twitter: https://twitter.com/srajagopalan  For a full tran

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

John Greenewald, Jr.

Ep. #92 – FOIA Appeal Win May Help UFO Transparency – Here’s the story… (And Open Phone Lines)

A recent FOIA appeal WIN may help take a glimpse in the UFO cases, videos and photos unseen by the general public.

Here's the story.

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

Accessible Astrology - Eugenia Krok, MA

The Astrology of December 2020 [2020 Toolbox Clip]

0:00 - 4:44 In this video, we step back in time with Eugenia to consider December of 2020, and how we were feeling wrapping up the year. Eugenia introduces the book ‘The Power of Now’ and also touches on the importance of being present in the moment.  She discusses some of the planetary shifts in December 2020.    2022 Thrival Kit  https://www.accessibleastrology.com/2022-thrival-kit Everything you need to THRIVE in 2022 Astrological Video + Audio Education for every 12 Months of 2022 Journal Exercises for every 12 Months of 2022 Highlighted Astrological Aspect for each Month of 2022 Reading Resources +Materials for every 12 Months of 2022 To learn more, please visit us online: https://www.accessibleastrology.com 

The Social-Engineer Podcast

Social-Engineer, LLC

Ep. 162 - Security Awareness Series - What Cows Can Teach You About Infosec with John Strand

This month Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by John Strand from Black Hills Information Security. John has both consulted and taught hundreds of organizations in the areas of security, regulatory compliance, and penetration testing.  He is a coveted speaker and much-loved SANS teacher. John is a contributor to the industry-shaping Penetration Testing Execution Standard and 20 Critical Controls frameworks.  He enjoys mountain biking, getting hurt mountain biking, sucking at surfing, and heavy music. January 17th 2022  00:00 – Intro  Social-Engineer.com - http://www.social-engineer.com/  Managed Voice Phishing - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/vishing-service/  Managed Email Phishing - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/se-phishing-service/  Adversarial Simulations - https://www.social-engineer.com/services/social-engineering-penetration-test

The Social Work Stories Podcast

The Social Work Stories Team

The Social Work Stories Podcast - Ep. 01 Redux (Ep. 64)

Join us as we revisit Episode 1 of the Social Work Stories Podcast. It's a special time as we recently crossed three years creating this podcast, and thought we would share our thoughts and reflections on the way we've grown, changed, and also stayed the same as we have build the SWS community. 


CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussion of the death of a young child. If this subject is likely to cause you distress, please choose another episode from our podcast feed.

Have any burning thoughts after listening, or just want to say hello? Send us an email on socialworkstoriespodcast@gmail.com - we'd love to hear from you!


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Hosts - Lis Murphy & Mim Fox

Producers - Justin Stech & Ben Joseph

Music - 'Mama' by Ben Grace

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.

Century Lives

Stanford Center on Longevity

Do rules created when most people lived only to 50 or 60 still make sense when more and more people live to 100? Longer lives are, at once, among the most remarkable achievements in all of human history and the greatest challenge of the 21st century. How can we ensure that our lives are not just longer, but healthy and rewarding as well? From the Stanford Century on Longevity, Century Lives is here to start the conversation. In our first season we ask how COVID-19 has changed the way we live...and how that impacts our longevity. Join us as we venture into the world of education, work, healthcare and more to see how our future as a population of centenarians has already started. 


Yale School of Medicine

Inquiring Minds

Indre Viskontas

2021 Wrap-Up

In this last episode of 2021, Adam Bristol joins Indre to talk about the major highlights of 2021, one being the journey through COVID.  They map out the key episodes of Inquiring Minds throughout 2021, talk through their personal highlights, and recommend books to read. Recapping episodes touching on the history of quarantine, food and science, the interaction between nature and humans, and quantitative approaches to human dating, today’s episode wraps up 2021 in a neat bow, providing an excellent springboard to even more entertaining and informative shows in the coming year.


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Inquiring Minds Podcast Homepage

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How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes: Science-Based Strategies for Better Parenting--from Tots to Teens

Project Hail Mary: A Novel

The Thoughtful Counselor

The Thoughful Counselor Team

EP219: Making Black Lives Matter and Understanding Cultural Mistrust

Dr. Kevin Cokley speaks to Dèsa Daniel about the formation of his edited book Making Black Lives Matter Confronting Anti-Blackness Racism. During the episode, Cokley speaks about why his work is personal and the legacy he hopes to leave behind. He shares with us how cultural mistrust can influence BIPOC communities when seeking treatment. For more on Kevin, links from the conversation, and APA citation for this episode visit concept.paloaltou.edu   The Thoughtful Counselor is created in partnership with Palo Alto University’s Division of Continuing & Professional Studies.

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

KUT » Two Guys on Your Head

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


A recent study suggests there are 4 characteristics that mentally well people share: openness to feelings, openness to emotions, truthfulness, and they’re not neurotic. But what does that really mean? In this edition of Two Guys on Your Head,  Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke we’ll conclude our series unpacking each characteristic with a […]

Everyday Espionage Podcast

Andrew Bustamante

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. […]

Dark Side Of Psychology

Dr. Elio Martino

This is not a safe space. discussing trending dark and controversial side of Psychology

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.

Seen and Heard

Institute for Family

Seen and Heard is a show about disrupting the child welfare system by the simple act of seeing families in their full humanity. I’m your host Matt Anderson. I am incredibly curious about people’s stories and endlessly impatient with the status quo. I’ve witnessed how seeing people for who they truly are, and learning from their stories, offers new perspectives and compelling insights that can lead to radical transformation of America’s foster care system.Join me in listening to families share deeply personal stories about their experiences with the child welfare system. Hear them express how the moments they were finally seen and valued shaped the trajectories of their lives. In this podcast, I accompany these stories with conversations about the work happening on the front lines of the family well-being movement—a collective effort aimed at meeting the needs of families to prevent systems intervention and the removal of children from parents. Hear leaders of the movement describe how they are actively building a future where families are engaged in systems work and have what they need to stay together and thrive.My life’s work has been dedicated to listening to and serving families. I have a master’s degree in social work and nearly 20 years of collective experience in youth engagement, child welfare practice, public policy, organizational leadership, and documentary film production. I am the director of Institute for Family, a division of Children’s Home Society of North Carolina, which uses the power of storytelling and collective thinking to elevate and prioritize family well-being.

American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

American Journal of Psychiatry

January 2022: Cannabis Use and the Endocannabinoid System

In this month’s AJP Audio, Dr Margert Haney (Director of the Cannabis Research Laboratory at Columbia Psychiatry) discusses her new review from the January issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry, “Cannabis Use and the Endocannabinoid System: A Clinical Perspective,” and the questions around the legal status of cannabis research.  Afterward, Dr. Ned Kalin, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal discusses the January 2022 issue of AJP. Haney interview: How does cannabis interact with our brains? [00:30] CBD and how it’s different [01:26] Impact of state legalization of cannabis on research [02:08] Federal attitudes towards cannabis legalization [03:43] A single source of cannabis for research [04:57] Limitations on research and an expanding, unexamined market [06:11] Marketing of other cannabinoids [06:38] Consequences of cannabis legalization [08:06] Cannabis use disorder [08:36] What happens with daily cannabis use – an

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

Play Therapy Community

Jackie Flynn, EMDRIA Approved Consultant

3 Tips for Child Therapists to Manage Stress

UCLA Housing Voice

UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

Ep 17: Housing Vouchers with Rob Collinson

Every year, more than two million low-income households receive rental assistance through the Housing Choice Voucher program, a federal program that helps renters afford housing on the private market. Currently, only about one-quarter of those eligible for vouchers receive them due to lack of program funding, though Democrats and the Biden administration have proposed expanding it. For our first episode of 2022, Rob Collinson of the University of Notre Dame joins us to talk about how we can get more bang for our buck from housing vouchers, the benefits and drawbacks of the program’s design, and how his research has already helped shape voucher policy reforms in metro areas across the U.S.

SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human


What makes you … you? And who tells what stories and why? This season, SAPIENS hosts Ora Marek-Martinez and Yoli Ngandali explore stories of Black and Indigenous scholars as they transform the field of archeology and the stories that make us … us. SAPIENS: A Podcast for Everything Human, is produced by House of Pod and supported by the Wenner-Gren Foundation. SAPIENS is part of the American Anthropological Association Podcast Library. For more information, visit sapiens.org

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.

New Books in Political Science

Marshall Poe

Richard Bellamy et al., "Flexible Europe: Differentiated Integration, Democracy, and Domination" (Bristol UP, 2022)

The past decade has been pivotal in the development of the European Union.
The single currency has been tested to the limits by successive crises in the financial system, public-debt sustainability and public health. A migration crisis stress-tested the EU's free-travel area and its under-developed refugee and asylum policies. The Hungarian and Polish governments are backsliding on the union's foundational commitments to democracy and rule of law and, for the first time in the Communities' six-decade history, a full member state has left altogether.
The weaknesses of the EU’s part-federal, part-intergovernmental design have been exposed but so has its resilience through flexibility. Flexible Europe: Differentiated Integration, Fairness, and Democracy (Bristol University Press, 2022) explores this design and its "demoicratic" (not d

New Books in Critical Theory

Marshall Poe

Oishik Sircar, "Violent Modernities: Cultural Lives of Law in the New India" (Oxford UP, 2021)

Law and violence are thought to share an antithetical relationship in postcolonial modernity. Violence is considered the other of law, lawlessness is understood to produce violence, and law is invoked and deployed to undo the violence of lawlessness. 
Oishik Sircar's book Violent Modernities: Cultural Lives of Law in the New India (Oxford UP, 2021) uses a critical legal perspective to show that law and violence in the New India share a deep intimacy, where one symbiotically feeds the other. Researched and written between 2008 and 2018, the chapters study the cultural sites of literature, cinema, people's movements, popular media and the university to illustrate how law's promises of emancipation and performances of violence live a life of entangled contradictions. The book foregrounds reparative and ethical accounts where law does not only inhabit courtrooms, legisla

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 TheWeek.com/Podcasts

ACT in Context

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

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. […]

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.

The Bulletproof Musician

Noa Kageyama

How the Things You Say to Your Students Can Change the Positivity (Or Negativity) of Their Inner Voice

We all have an inner voice. Sometimes it's a supportive presence, but often, it can be pretty critical and even a little abusive at times. Research suggests that the way we talk to our students and provide feedback may actually be able to shape their inner dialogue - for better, or for worse. How the Things You Say to Your Students Can Change the Positivity (Or Negativity) of Their Inner Voice

Jungianthology Podcast

C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago

From the Archives | Jung & the Environment with Dennis Merritt

We are sharing the webinar “Jung & the Environment” in full. The video version is available on YouTube. Many believe we are in the Anthropocene Era, an era marked by the planet-wide influence of our species. The field of ecopsychology emerged in the early 1990s as a belated response from the psychological community to address […]
The post From the Archives | Jung & the Environment with Dennis Merritt appeared first on Jungianthology: A Podcast & Blog.


Greg Hancock & Patrick Curran

S3E15: Heywood You Help Me With Negative Residual Variances?

In today's episode Greg & Patrick discuss the causes, consequences, and potential solutions associated with negative residual variances in factor analyses, a condition commonly called a Heywood case. Along the we way they also mention vegetarian pepperoni, Jaws Part 2, coffin seat belts, balancing a ship, bad puns, sterilizing needles, dead canaries, hitchhikers, legal depositions, boxes of geodes, knowing what time it is, and models that give you the finger. 

Spooky Psychology

Lauren Mollica and Megan Baker

Vampires, Zombies and Mummies

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/fear https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/how-think-neandertal/202110/why-we-enjoy-horror-films Haunted: On Ghosts, Witches, Vampires, Zombies, and Other Monsters of the Natural and Supernatural Worlds (Yale University Press, 2016). https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/psych-unseen/201510/dracula-the-couch-the-psychiatry-vampires Rodriguez de la Sierra L. Origin of the myth of vampirism. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 1998; 91:290. Henry C. Pop vampires, Freud and primary masochism. Psychoanalytic Review 2014; 101:25-38. 4. Vanden Bergh RL, Kelly JF. Vampirism: A review with new observations. Archives of General Psychiatry 1964: 11:543-547. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/out-the-ooze/201810/why-we-fear-the-zombie-apocalypse https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mummy https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/mummys-curse-brain-patterns-coincidence-correlation-connection-causat

Dead Rabbit Radio

Jason Carpenter

EP 815 - Operation: Bigfoot BBQ!

Today we throw bent forks at monitor men, and then we are on a search and rescue mission for badly burnt bigfoots! Fan Art Friday by Adam Carter Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18482113 MERCH STORE!!! https://tinyurl.com/y8zam4o2 Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/28CIOGSFRUXAD?ref_=wl_share   Help Promote Dead Rabbit! Dual Flyer https://i.imgur.com/OhuoI2v.jpg "As Above" Flyer https://i.imgur.com/yobMtUp.jpg “Alien Flyer” By TVP VT U https://imgur.com/gallery/aPN1Fnw   Links: EP 287 - The Weirdest Alien Invasion Ever: The Casa Blanca Case https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-287-the-weirdest-alien-invasion-ever-the-casa-blanca-case EP 329 - Project 100,000 (Space Pancakes episode) https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-329-project-100000 EP 737 - Balthasar Gerard's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week (Batsquatch episode) https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-737-balthasar-gerards-terrible-horri

The Perception & Action Podcast

Rob Gray

384– Learning to Move with Pain: Affordances & Constraints

How does pain shape learning and re-learning to move? How does it change the field of affordances available to an athlete? What is the best way to treat it?   Articles/Links: Pain and the field of affordances: an enactive approach to acute and chronic pain   https://youtu.be/Xn05zbO4Y-w     More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ 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 freemusicarchive.org and jamendo.com

Introduction To Marx/Marxsim

John Molyneux

Marx’s vision of socialism:

why Marx refused to draw up any detailed plan for a socialist society but saw socialism as a historical process created by the working class itself after the overthrow of capitalism

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.

Heterodox Out Loud

Heterodox Academy

Episode 27: A Heterodox Holiday Special with Jonathan Haidt, Erec Smith, David Diener, & Angel Parham

We’re living in difficult times. Our nation is increasingly polarized and our campuses are plagued with distrust and fear. As we move into 2022, we share three blogs that we hope will inspire, ease divisions, and cultivate a sense of wonder and humility. Today’s episode includes Jonathan Haidt’s essay, “True Diversity Requires Generosity of Spirit,” Erec Smith’s “A Rhetoric of Common Values,” and a new essay by Angel Parham and David Diener, “How Our Fraught History Can Still be the Source of Unity.”This episode was hosted by Zach Rausch. For comments and questions email communications@heterodoxacademy.org.

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: https://anchor.fm/sociology-ruins-evrything/support

New Books in Gender

Marshall Poe

Shani Orgad and Rosalind Gill, "Confidence Culture" (Duke UP, 2022)

In Confidence Culture (Duke UP, 2022), Shani Orgad and Rosalind Gill argue that imperatives directed at women to “love your body” and “believe in yourself” imply that psychological blocks rather than entrenched social injustices hold women back. Interrogating the prominence of confidence in contemporary discourse about body image, workplace, relationships, motherhood, and international development, Orgad and Gill draw on Foucault’s notion of technologies of self to demonstrate how “confidence culture” demands of women near-constant introspection and vigilance in the service of self-improvement. They argue that while confidence messaging may feel good, it does not address structural and systemic oppression. Rather, confidence culture suggests that women—along with people of color, the disabled, and other marginalized groups—are responsible for their own conditions. Rejecting confidence culture’s rem

Opinion Science

Andy Luttrell

#54: Influence is Your Superpower with Zoe Chance

Zoe Chance is an assistant professor of marketing at the Yale School of Management. Prior to Yale, she managed a $200 million segment of the Barbie brand at Mattel. In February, she's releasing her first book: Influence Is Your Superpower.In this episode, we talk about Zoe's winding road to becoming a business school professor, the class she teaches at Yale on influence and persuasion, and the insights she shares in her upcoming book. For a transcript of this episode, visit: http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/episode/influence-is-your-superpower-with-zoe-chance/Check out my new audio course on Knowable: "The Science of Persuasion."Learn more about Opinion Science at http://opinionsciencepodcast.com/ and follow @OpinionSciPod on Twitter.

The Science of Personality Podcast

Hogan Assessments

Employee Engagement

In episode 38 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by University of Tulsa Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. Bradley Brummel, to discuss the topic of employee engagement.  

Full PreFrontal

Sucheta Kamath

Ep. 171: Jonathan Gottschall - The Storytelling Brain

What is as ubiquitous as air, water, and earth, but possibly more potent than all three? It’s a story. The human brain, while swept up in the forcefield of stories, is enthralled, molded and shaped by it, but is also readily deceived by the artful embellishments by powerful story-tellers, including an unreliable narrator within. Our daily consumption of narratives presented in the form of news clips, Tiktok clips, social media posts, novella, novels, plays, or films capture our imagination while shaping our beliefs, ideas, and even our ideology.  While stories may feel like all they do is carve a path through the landscapes of make-believe, they are far more powerful and integral to our ability to navigate life's complex social-interpersonal conflicts and unimagined or unimaginable human experiences.On today's podcast, Distinguished Fellow in the English Department at Washington and Jefferson College and an auth


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

In Conversation Talks on Borderline Personality Disorder & Recovery

In Conversation Talks on Borderline Personality Disorder & Recovery

With an open and honest look at this disorder, its symptoms, and treatment, we hope this podcast brings awareness and understanding to those supporting, helping, and living with borderline personality disorder. Amanda R. Wang, Founder of RethinkBPD, interviews leading BPD voices and experts in honor of May BPD Awareness Month. This podcast series is a collaboration of http://www.rethinkbpd.org, http://www.neabbpd.org, and the medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry YIELD program

پادکست فارسی امروز فهمیدم Emrooz Fahmidam

احمد صديق پور

اپیزود ۴۰: باورهای لوکس، جدیدترین متد کلاس گذاشتن و قمپز در کردن!

بعد از خوندن مقاله ی آقای
Rob Henderson
در مورد باورهای لوکسی که جدیداً طبقه ی مرفه آمریکا، با بیان اون باورها سیگنال اجتماعی می فرستن که «بله، ما هم با کلاسیم!»
بنده هم بر این شدم که با ارائه معرفی کوتاهی از این مفهوم و طرح سؤال در مورد اینکه آیا یه همچین مفهومی در مورد بافتار اجتماعی ما ایرانیا هم صدف میکنه؟
آیا توی جامعه ی ما، طبقه ی مرفه با اون تعریف مشخص وجود داره؟
این اپیزود رو گوش کن و نظرتو واسم در قالب یه تحلیل طولانی و مفصل بفرست.

هميشه خوشحال ميشم نظرات و پيشنهادهای شما عزيزان رو بشنوم و بخونم...
پیام آوایی هم بفرستین که چه بهتر، با اجازه ی خودتون توی پادکست پخش میکنم.

راه های ارتباط مستقيم با پادكست:




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Inside Perspectives

Speakeasy Podcast Network

Inside Perspectives is a podcast brought to you by Perspectives Therapy Services. The mission of our podcast is to discuss what makes our practice work well, how we serve our team members, and our clients. We'll discuss daily operations, our core principles, and much, much more! Perspectives Therapy Services prides itself on being a value-based practice, meaning that our core principles guide us in everything we do.

Talks On Psychoanalysis

International Psychoanalytical Association

Paulina Zukerman: “Couples and Families: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Money Issues”.

Phantasy knotted around money as a drive derivative organizes unconscious modes of family survival. Social, historical, political, and economic considerations also influence the conscious and unconscious establishment of alliances, pacts, agreements, and rules to govern family life. Is the re-drafting of laws enough to solve the permanent difficulties of equivalence when couples and families talk about money and assets?

In this episode we will listen to Paulina Zukerman’s paper: “Couples and Families: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Money Issues”, in which she considers unconscious stipulations to be an illusory attempt to lessen the uncertainty of otherness. She draws references to Freud, Isidoro Berenstein and René Kaës.

Paulina Zukerman holds a PhD and is a full member and training analyst at the Psychoanalytic Association of Buenos Aires. She is

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!https://www.patreon.com/theabnormalpsychologist

New Books in Anthropology

Marshall Poe

Tyler D. Parry, "Jumping the Broom: The Surprising Multicultural Origins of a Black Wedding Ritual" (UNC Press, 2020)

In Jumping the Broom: The Surprising Multicultural Origins of a Black Wedding Ritual (UNC Press, 2020), Tyler D. Parry untangles the convoluted history of the "broomstick wedding." Popularly associated with African American culture, Parry traces the ritual's origins to marginalized groups in the British Isles and explores how it influenced the marriage traditions of different communities on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. His surprising findings shed new light on the complexities of cultural exchange between peoples of African and European descent from the 1700s up to the twenty-first century. Drawing from the historical records of enslaved people in the United States, British Romani, Louisiana Cajuns, and many others, Parry discloses how marginalized people found dignity in the face of oppression by innovating and reimagining marriage r

Criminal Behaviorology

Timothy Joseph

Child Welfare: Behavior Analytic Metrics (BAM) on Abuse, Neglect, and Family Preservation

Dr. Brandon F. Greene has worked for over forty years in dealing with child maltreatment, family preservation and a host of other areas of great interest to those working to improve society. A cogent, entertaining, and data-driven book is the end result of he and his colleagues’ work in some very challenging settings. Dr. Greene provides a range of techniques and instruments to assist the most vulnerable in our communities using behavior analysis as the guide.

The video interview can be viewed on our Youtube channel:

Show Highlights:

- Dr. Greene’s career in the field of child welfare, family reunification, domestic violence prevention, etc.

- Behavior Analysis Metrics & Applications (BAMA). 

- Critical Family Periods. A two-edged sword.

- In cases where children are separated from their

Speaking of Racism

Speaking of Racism

A podcast dedicated to frank, honest, and respectful discussions about racism in the U.S.

The Divorce Doctor

Elizabeth Cohen, Ph.D.

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. […]

The Human Progress Podcast


Vincent Geloso: Fighting Pandemics with Economic Freedom | The Human Progress Podcast Ep.19

Economics Professor Vincent Geloso joins Chelsea Follett to discuss how freedom makes us more resilient to disease.
Vincent Geloso, Senior Fellow of the Fraser Institute, is an Assistant Professor of Economics at George Mason University and earned his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. Previously, he was assistant professor of economics at King's University College and Bates College. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Montreal. Learn more: https://vincentgeloso.com/
Chelsea Follett is the managing editor of HumanProgress.org, a project of the Cato Institute that seeks to educate the public on the global improvements in well‐being by providing free empirical data on long‐term developments. Learn more: https://www.cato.org/people/chelsea-follett

The Jim Rutt Show


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. […]

悬疑案件 | 扑朔迷离的案件合集



主播:小伟、死狗、许先生 后期:小伟 封面:阿达

The John Howard Show

John Howard, MA

The John Howard Show helps you optimize mind, body, and relationships with conversations at the leading edge of health and wellness. John is the CEO of Presence Wellness, a state-of-the-art wellness center in Austin, TX, and the creator of the Ready Set Love® series of relationship programs. As an internationally recognized therapist and educator, John uses the latest science to help you thrive in life, and brings on guest experts to discuss psychology, medicine, relationships, spirituality and more. Season 2 of the show helps you be more fully present in your life in all ways: in your mental health, physical health, relationships, and in your sense of purpose and meaning. Comprehensive wellness is about lining up all the important domains of health and your life and get them working together. John shares anecdotes from his own life’s journey to greater wellness and interviews his team members on a variety of topics. John has led a relationship wellness program for Google and has helped hundreds of individuals optimize their mental and emotional health for over a decade. His upcoming book on the new science of connection is due from Simon & Schuster in the Spring of 2022. Click subscribe to listen and tune in!

Functional Relations

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

S3E4 - The Student Experience: Understanding Selectionism

In the fourth episode of Season 3, Zach and Caleb have a discussion to help students understand the concept of selectionism. Season 3 of the Functional Relations podcast is titled “The Experience”. Each episode will alternate between the supervisor experience and the student experience.  No CEs are available for this episode. If you feel that our podcast is a valuable contribution to the field of ABA, please consider supporting us at https://www.patreon.com/functionalrelationspodcast References: Catania, A. C. (2013). Learning (5th ed.). Cornwall on Hudson, NY: Sloan Publishing. Cooper, J. O., Heron, T. E., & Heward, W. L. (2020). Applied behavior analysis (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Pierce, W. D., & Cheney, C. D. (2017). Behavior analysis and learning: A biobehavioral approach. Routledge. Skinner, B. F. (1984). Selection by consequences. Behavioral and brain sciences, 7(4), 477-481.    

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

Why We Do What We Do


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. […]

Be Reasonable

Merseyside Skeptics Society

Be Reasonable: Episode #075 – Nick Cowan

Marsh is joined by Nick Cowan, from Truth In Science – a creationist organisation which argues for the teaching of Biblical creationism in schools. In this episode, we talk about the religious basis for a young earth worldview, why creationists differ from most other religious believers in rejecting evolution, and what Nick feels are the […]

ACT:Root to Fruit

Marcel Tassara, PhD

Self-as-Context Guided Meditation w/ Louise McHugh

From episode #32

Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Mental Health Inequality, and Disparity, in an Unequal World

For this podcast, focusing on child and adolescent mental health in an unequal world, we are joined by Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar, co-founder and Director of Synapse, Pakistan Neuroscience Institute.

Happycast: The Science of Happiness

Trina Kushnerik

I share science based ideas that will make you happier, more productive, and more successful.

پادکست فارسی امروز فهمیدم Emrooz Fahmidam

احمد صديق پور

اپیزود ۴۰: باورهای لوکس، جدیدترین متد کلاس گذاشتن و قمپز در کردن!

بعد از خوندن مقاله ی آقای
Rob Henderson
در مورد باورهای لوکسی که جدیداً طبقه ی مرفه آمریکا، با بیان اون باورها سیگنال اجتماعی می فرستن که «بله، ما هم با کلاسیم!»
بنده هم بر این شدم که با ارائه معرفی کوتاهی از این مفهوم و طرح سؤال در مورد اینکه آیا یه همچین مفهومی در مورد بافتار اجتماعی ما ایرانیا هم صدف میکنه؟
آیا توی جامعه ی ما، طبقه ی مرفه با اون تعریف مشخص وجود داره؟
این اپیزود رو گوش کن و نظرتو واسم در قالب یه تحلیل طولانی و مفصل بفرست.

هميشه خوشحال ميشم نظرات و پيشنهادهای شما عزيزان رو بشنوم و بخونم...
پیام آوایی هم بفرستین که چه بهتر، با اجازه ی خودتون توی پادکست پخش میکنم.

راه های ارتباط مستقيم با پادكست:




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The ABA and PT Podcast

Mandy Mason

#3 Dr Kim - The State of Play in ABA

In this episode, we’re joined by Dr. Kimberly Nix Berens; a scientist-educator and Founder of Fit Learning. As she shares her story of how she found her way through Behavior Science and Precision Teaching, Dr. Kim also provides tons of anecdotes from her learning experiences with mentors, the development of Precision Teaching, and her personal encounter with Ogden Lindsley. She speaks of her vision for automation of data to allow the collection of data in classrooms, the challenges faced in Behavior Analysis, and her hopes for the upcoming students in the field.

Dr. Kim has recently published her first book, Blind Spots: Why students fail and the science that can save them.



02:29 Dr. Kim's early childhood and upbringing 

11:03 Her mentorship with Maria Ruiz at Rollins College

20:13 Her mentorship with Elbert "Ed" Blakely at Thr

Brain Facts

Dr. Nestor Matthews

Brain Facts is a primer on the brain and nervous system, published by the Society for Neuroscience. Brain Facts is a valuable resource for secondary school teachers and students who participate in the Brain Bee. Used by permission of the publisher, the Society for Neuroscience. All rights reserved. Narrators: Dr. Nestor Matthews & Brynn FitzGerald

Talk Psych to Me

Scarlet Moon Things Co.

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. […]

AEI.ag Presents

AEI.ag Presents

S2|Ep10 Corn Always Wins

For the tenth and final episode, Sarah, Brent, and David reflect on the season and key lessons. From biases to mental models, it’s important to consider how our own thought processes can impact our conclusions about ethanol and shape our expectations about carbon. Learn more about becoming and AEI Premium subscriber at AEI.ag/premium.

Psychology - Video

Paul Bloom

Under the Cortex


The Grieving Brain

Loss of a loved one is something everyone experiences, but we have had little scientific perspective on this universal experience. Renowned grief expert, neuroscientist, and psychologist Mary-Frances O’Connor shares groundbreaking discoveries about what happens in our brain when we grieve, providing a new paradigm for understanding love, loss, and learning. In this interview she also discusses her upcoming book,  "The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from Love and Loss."

NarSin - Myanmar Podcast

NarSin - Myanmar Podcast

Quarter-life Crisis

Are you between the ages of 20 and 30? So, you or someone close to you may be experiencing a quarter-life crisis. I hope this podcast might assist you in overcoming it. Next week, I'll also discuss the mid-life crisis. Stay tuned for that as well. (Hosted by Hnin Ei Lwin; Created by NarSin Myanmar Podcast - narsinmyanmarpodcast@gmail.com)

Emotional Abuse

Emotional Abuse

6: Emotional Abuse - A Conversation with Belinda Beaumont

Episode 3 is with Belinda Beaumont, a counsellor at Kids Helpline, a free private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service who has been helping Aussie kids for nearly 30 years now with over 8 million contacts... and one of them was me. 

Children often lack the perspective to be able to identify the abusive elements of their emotional relationship with their parents, it's only in adulthood that they're more able to detect them. You can't go back in time and change the way your parent behaved, but if you have a strained relationship with your parents and think it may be a result of their actions, you may find yourself working backwards to find out why.

Belinda talks about if there are some signs which a child might be able to identify that may give them the right "word tools" to go see their school counsellor to

Queens of Social Work

Queen P & Queen H

Season 2 Wrap Up

Happy New Year to you all!! Thank you so much for listening to us 2021. We truly appreciate your support. You all motivate us to keep going! We want to wish you many blessings and success in 2022. With that said Season 2 is A WRAP!!! We'll see you all for Season 3 dropping in February. 

the Building Performance Podcast

the Building Performance Workshop

#90 HVAC NO MERCY MYTHBUSTING with Dr. Jeffrey Siegel

Today Corbett dives deep into the science of using HVAC to control indoor air quality (IAQ) with Dr. Jeffrey Siegel, professor of civil engineering at the University of Toronto. Jeff is named in over a hundred scientific studies published in this topic, and over the 45 minutes he blows conventional wisdom out of the water again and again.

Beautiful Humans: The Social ChangeCast

Beautiful Humans

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. […]

Your Direction

anthony burrow

Your Direction is a podcast dedicated to discussing the science of purpose. The essential home for evidence-informed conversation about research and cutting-edge inquiry into purpose in life.

Economics In Ten

Economics In Ten

Christmas Special 2021

It's Christmas!!! AGAIN! And what more could you want this festive season than another Economics In Ten Christmas Special...it's almost becoming a tradition! So grab a mulled wine and a mince pie and listen to your friendly neighbourhood economists, Pete and Gav, discuss 10 questions that will teach you some economics and give you some festive cheer. Although take note...you will hear the most depressing Christmas poem ever!! Sorry. As always, there is a festive quiz and some wonderful present suggestions. Technical support (and jingle bells) as always come from Father to 3 Christmas Nic and music comes from Jukedeck. You can create your own at Jukedeck.com. Merry Christmas everyone!!! HO! HO! HO!



ثمینم از برنامه ی خانه کجاست، 11 ساله کانادا زندگی میکنم و روانشناسی مهاجرت کار میکنم و کارم تحقیقاتیه برنامه ی خانه کجاست که برنامه ی یوتوبی هست داستانهای مهاجرت رو به تصویر میکشه؛ ثمتاک حواشی برنامه و زندگی ثمین رو براتون خواهد گفت. اگر مهاجرت کردید، اگر تو فکر مهاجرتید، اگر عاشق مهاجرتید یا متنفرید از نقل مکان، اگر اینستاگرام بازید، اگر یوتوب بازید، اگر غر دارید، اگر میخواید بخندید ، اگر کلا آدم یوبسی هستید، اگر دماغ دارید اگر مغز دارید اگر هوا رو نفس میکشید اینجا مال شماست! با هم خیلی چیزا رو به چالش خواهیم کشید و از هم یاد خواهیم گرفت و با هم خواهیم خندید که میگن بر هر درد بی درمان دواست... اما امان از گشنگی که هر چی هم بخندی باز معدت غار و غور میکنه و گشنه میمونی... پس خیلی هم درست نمیگن! اما به هر حال... مرسی که اینجایی!

Behavioral Grooves Podcast

Kurt Nelson, PhD and Tim Houlihan

How To Turn Your Creative Dreams Into Reality | Jeff Madoff

If you have a creative vision, how do you focus your skills on making it happen? Can you turn your dream into a career? How can we encourage more creative entrepreneurs? And can we incorporate more creativity into an analytical job?

Jeff Madoff is an American director, producer, photographer, writer and professor living in New York City. He is the founder and CEO of Madoff Productions, winning awards for his commercials and videos AND he is a die hard music loving fan.

In his upcoming production of The Lloyd Price Musical, Jeff learnt a valuable lesson of asking himself the question “is it essential?” Even work that is funny and engaging, may not be an essential part of the bigger story. “Is it essential?” is a challenging question for all of us but can be incredibly useful at keeping us focused on reaching our goals. 

In our discussion with Jeff, he dispels the myth that you are eit

Hear This Idea

Fin Moorhouse and Luca Righetti

40. Mike Hinge on Feeding Everyone in a Disaster

Mike Hinge is a Senior Economist at ALLFED (Alliance to Feed the Earth in Disasters).
In our interview, we discuss:

Why nuclear fallout blocking sunlight could be one of the most extreme threats to the global food supply, and how this compares to the risk from climate change;
How scientists and ALLFED model the fallout of nuclear winter, how it affects crop yields, and how it changes food prices for the global poor;
Potential technologies for feeding everyone in case of a disaster, such as repurposed paper mills and seaweed could help us recover;
Modeling the economic and political challenges of feeding everyone in the aftermath of a disaster

You can read more about the topics we cover in this episode's write-up: hearthisidea.com/episodes/mike/. You can email mike at: mike [at] allfed [dot] info.
If you have any feedback or suggestions for future guests, feel free to get in touch

The Behaviour Speak Podcast

Ben Reiman, M.A., BCBA, IBA

Episode 26 - Smashing the Patriarchy: A Conversation About Sexism and Privilege in Behaviour Analysis with Dr. Natalia Baires, Ph.D., BCBA-D

This episode features a powerful discussion with Dr. Natalia Baires, Ph.D., BCBA-D on topics like racism and sexism in the field of behaviour analysis.


Continuing Education Units - This episode counts as 2.5 BACB Learning CEUs: https://cbiconsultants.com/shop


Show Notes:

The Behaviour Speak Podcast - Episode 9: https://www.behaviourspeak.com/e/episode-9-behaviour-analysis-in-senegal-with-adair-cardon-ms-bcba      

The Behaviour Speak Podcast - Episode 21: https://www.behaviourspeak.com/e/episode-21-the-effects-of-empathy-training-on-racial-bias-and-other-research-from-dr-victoria-suarez-phd-bcba-d    

The Behaviour Speak Podcast - Episode 22: https://www.behaviourspeak.com/e/episode-22-cultural-competence-with-jessica-bethel-med-bcba  

So You Wan

Beautification of Communication - The Communification Podcast

Malika Dudley Media

12. "We enjoy seeing other people fail, more than we enjoy winning ourselves," with Lyssa Chapman from Dog the Bounty Hunter - Part 2

1. How aggression feeds into our digital addiction 2. Are we being used as pawns? 3. Where is the line between activism and cyberbullying? 4. Using the rules of publishing, social media tools to navigate this 5. Parenting and cyberbullying - what’s the plan? Show Notes: MalikaDudley.com/show-notes Mahalo for listening! Please share your thoughts on what you've learned in the review section!  Mahalo to The Barrier Method and the Show Aloha Challenge for donating to local charities as a part of our pre-roll giveback program.  For podcast updates, communication tips + resources, and more... sign up for my NEWSLETTER To support the pod, you can shop with our partners, sponsors and affiliates (10% of proceeds go to the Maui Food Bank):  Noho Home - Code: MALIKA for 15% off Mindvalley Personal Development Courses: FREE "Lifebook"

CSPI Podcast


The Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology (CSPI) supports and funds research on how ideology and government policy contribute to scientific, technological, and social progress. Our podcast features discussions with CSPI researchers and leading thinkers in science, technology, and politics. 

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 nationalchildrensalliance.org.

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 bradrfulton@gmail.com

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Marshall Poe

Juan Manuel del Nido, "Taxis Vs. Uber: Courts, Markets and Technology in Buenos Aires" (Stanford UP, 2021)

Uber's April 2016 launch in Buenos Aires plunged the Argentine capital into a frenzied hysteria that engulfed courts of law, taxi drivers, bureaucrats, the press, the general public, and Argentina's president himself. Economist and anthropologist Juan M. del Nido, who had arrived in the city six months earlier to research the taxi industry, suddenly found himself documenting the unprecedented upheaval in real time. Taxis Vs. Uber: Courts, Markets and Technology in Buenos Aires (Stanford UP, 2021) examines the ensuing conflict from the perspective of the city's globalist, culturally liberal middle class, showing how notions like monopoly, efficiency, innovation, competition, and freedom fueled claims that were often exaggerated, inconsistent, unverifiable, or plainly false, but that shaped the experience of the conflict such that taxi drivers' stakes in it were

the Informed Simplicity Project


“I wouldn’t give anything for the simplicity on this side of complexity. I’d give my life for the informed simplicity of the far side of complexity.” - Adam Robinson. Email me at jordanthecounselor@gmail.com

Psych 406: Psychology of Perception

Department of Psychology, UW–Madison

The Criminology Academy

Jose Sanchez and Jenn Tostlebe

Ep. 36 Debating language and how we identify ourselves: Convict Criminology with Jennifer Ortiz and Grant Tietjen

If you're new, welcome! If you're not, welcome back! This week we speak with Jennifer Ortiz, a professor of Criminology at Indiana University Southeast, and Grant Tietjen, a professor of Criminology at St. Ambrose University. They're both members of the ASC Division of Convict Criminology. Convict Criminology and the debate surrounding the word "convict" are the center of this episode. Jennifer and Grant tell us about the criticisms and why they chose to call themselves convict criminologists. 


You can find Grant @tietjengrant and Jennifer @ortiz_phd on Twitter and at crimcon.org.


Please remember to rate and review us wherever possible (iTunes and Spotify). You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @thecrimacademy. Email us at thecrimacademy@gmail.com or visit our website at thecriminologyacademy

New Books in Public Policy

Marshall Poe

Helga Nowotny, "In AI We Trust: Power, Illusion and Control of Predictive Algorithms" (Polity, 2021)

Today I talked to Helga Nowotny about her new book In AI We Trust: Power, Illusion and Control of Predictive Algorithms (Polity, 2021).
One of the most persistent concerns about the future is whether it will be dominated by the predictive algorithms of AI - and, if so, what this will mean for our behaviour, for our institutions and for what it means to be human. AI changes our experience of time and the future and challenges our identities, yet we are blinded by its efficiency and fail to understand how it affects us.
At the heart of our trust in AI lies a paradox: we leverage AI to increase our control over the future and uncertainty, while at the same time the performativity of AI, the power it has to make us act in the ways it predicts, reduces our agency over the future. This happens when we forget that that we humans have created the digital technolog

New Books in Genocide Studies

Marshall Poe

David Leupold, "Embattled Dreamlands: The Politics of Contesting Armenian, Kurdish and Turkish Memory" (Routledge, 2020)

Embattled Dreamlands: The Politics of Contesting Armenian, Kurdish and Turkish Memory (Routledge, 2020) explores the complex relationship between competing national myths, imagined boundaries and local memories in the threefold-contested geography referred to as Eastern Turkey, Western Armenia or Northern Kurdistan.
Spatially rooted in the shatter zone of the post-Ottoman and post-Soviet space, it sheds light on the multi-layered memory landscape of the Lake Van region in Southeastern Turkey, where collective violence stretches back from the Armenian Genocide to the Kurdish conflict of today. Based on his fieldwork in Turkey and Armenia, the author examines how states work to construct and monopolize collective memory by narrating, silencing, mapping and performing the past, and how these narratives might help to contribute and resolve prese

Nature vs. Nurture - Rachel Kwon and Anand Krishnan

Anand Krishnan

We discuss the classic nature and nurture debate and present both sides of the issue in hope of giving you a better picture of it.

Big Seance: My Paranormal World

Patrick Keller

202 - Anthropologist and Psychic Medium Kenneth Joholske - Big Seance

  Have you witnessed an armoire levitating and moving a distance of four feet before settling back down? Anthropologist and Psychic Medium Kenneth Joholske has! In this interview, Kenneth tells stories from paranormal investigations, his mediumship, and tales from his summers at Lily Dale, Western New York's historic home for mediumship and spiritual healing since 1879. Visit BigSeance.com/202 for more info!   Other Listening Options Direct Download Link   In this episode: Episode Teaser :00 Intro :50 Happy New Year! And RIP Betty White. 1:30 Send in your predictions for 2022! Use SpeakPipe.com/BigSeance or email patrick@bigseance.com. 2:26 Kenneth Joholske’s Bio 3:23 Welcome to the parlor, Kenneth! 4:54 What is Cultural Anthropology? 5:34 Balancing being both a scientist and a medium. 6:12 Encountering poltergeist phenomena. 6:58 “And then all of the sudden, the armoire picks up off the floor and floa

Psych Mic

Maya Metser

Healing communities from racial trauma | with Dr. Isha Metzger

Isha Metzger, PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Founder and Director of The EMPOWER Lab, Owner of Cultural Concepts, LLC, a Certified Therapist in Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), and she is the Mental Health expert for Salone Health, an organization dedicated to improving the health of Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad. The overarching goal of Dr. Metzger’s career is to take a strengths based, anti-deficit approach to prevention for youth of color. Dr. Metzger stands against anti-Black racism and oppression through "Engaging Minorities in Prevention, Outreach, Wellness, Education, & Research" through community-based participatory methods and advocacy. Dr. Metzger’s research is aimed at preventing engagement in risky behaviors (e.g., sexual activity, alcohol use, delinquency) as well as understanding risk and resilience factors (e.g., trauma experiences, racial socializati

SIREN Coffee & Science

Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network

SIREN Coffee & Science is a biweekly series of 30-minute conversations between experts in social interventions research, practice, and policy. Hear leaders grapple with thorny issues at the intersection of clinical and social care.

APA Journals Dialogue

American Psychological Association

Increasing Early Career Participation in the Scholarly Publishing Process with Kathy Kendall-Tackett, PhD

The Science of Psychotherapy

Dahlitz Media

Sam Visnic talks integration and interdisciplinary therapy

Sam Visnic, CMT, is the founder of Release Muscle Therapy in California and a Certified Massage Therapist, Specialty Neuromuscular and Clinical Massage therapist, and Certified Corrective Exercise Therapist. Today we talk to Sam about integrating physical and talk therapies and why it's important to learn about both.  Sam has an ebook "Why Didn't My Doctor Tell Me That?" and other resources that you will find on his website releasemuscletherapy.com 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 m

Amateur Psychology - Tay mơ học đời bằng Tâm lý học

Nguyen Doan Minh Thu

#42: On Gaslight - Điều khiển tâm lý bằng “làm loá mắt”

Đến với tập 42, chúng ta sẽ cùng nhau tìm hiểu khái niệm gaslight hay làm loá mắt trong mối quan hệ lãng mạn. Những đối tượng nào thường sử dụng phương thức gaslight để kiểm soát người yêu? Vì sao rất nhiều những nạn nhân trong các mối quan hệ mà họ bị lạm dụng khó nhận thức việc bản thân đang bị điều khiển tâm lý và bạo hành cảm xúc để có thể nhặt bản thân lên và rời khỏi mối quan hệ? Và cuối cùng, làm sao để có thể nhận biết dấu hiệu bạn đang bị lạm dụng trong một mối quan hệ với một kẻ làm loá mắt (gaslighter)?
Theo dõi Amateur Psychology ở các nền tảng khác: https://linktr.ee/nguyendoanminhthu


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nguyen-doan-minh-thu/support

Stanford Computational Antitrust

Thibault Schrepel

The podcast that explores how computational tools impact antitrust analyses and procedures. Hosted by Dr. Thibault Schrepel.

rituals, remedies & alchemy

aryn drake-lee

Open hearted conversations with friends, practitioners, teachers, chosen family, guides and others; generously digging into the messiness of our humanity while highlighting our grounding, healing, thriving practices. RRA does not fit into a single box, it is an ever-expanding exploration and shifts with every conversation. Episodes will be as unique as the guest themselves; raw, open, hilarious, educational, inspirational and deep, we are non-conforming and we don’t expect our guests to be either. Let’s get weird.

The Litigation Psychology Podcast


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 97 - The Rise, Fall, and Reincarnation of the Reptile Program

Dr. Steve Wood and Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr. share the latest updates on the Reptile training program. Recently, the program has gone through an evolution and some rebranding. There appears to be a phasing out of the "Reptile" term but the program is alive and well and there are now even more options for the plaintiff's bar to receive training on these variations of the Reptile Theory. Steve and Bill talk about the concept of cognitive schema and cognitive dissonance, which are keys to the success of Reptile attorneys, and why witnesses' brains need to be rewired and rebuilt to keep them from being taken advantage of by plaintiff attorneys. They also answer viewer mail including questions about doing a mock trial or focus group if you don't have videos of witnesses and the pros and cons of doing online surveys vs. a mock trial. Watch the video version of this episo


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

Couched is a podcast series that lets you in on what leading cultural influencers and psychoanalysts are thinking about society today. We will feature conversations with artists, scientists, and change-makers about our current political climate, social justice, and our struggles to find sanity in an increasingly uncertain world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Medical Mind

American Psychiatric Association

A podcast about innovation in mental health care from the American Psychiatric Association This podcast is subject to the Terms of Use at www.psychiatry.org. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual speakers only and do not necessarily represent the views of the American Psychiatric Association, its officers, trustees, or members. The content of this podcast is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as, and shall not be understood or construed as, medical or any other type of professional advice nor does it represent any statement of the standard of care. We strongly recommend that any listener follow the advice of physicians directly involved in their care and contact their local emergency response number for any medical emergency. The information within this podcast is provided as-is and is not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or accurate.

Coaching Through Chaos Podcast

Dr Colleen Mullen- therapist/ Relationship expert/Chaos Crusher!

Conversations with experts to help you conquer the chaos in your life! You'll hear inspiring and motivating stories about relationships, finance, stress, conflict resolution, healthy living, addiction recovery , health and fitness, money management, success coaching. The show is hosted by Dr. Colleen Mullen, PsyD., LMFT, a therapist and expert in managing life's chaos!

Cold Takes Audio


Why it matters if "ideas get harder to find"

Want more innovation? Think about population, not recapturing "golden age" culture.https://www.cold-takes.com/why-it-matters-if-ideas-get-harder-to-find/

ABA on Call


CentralReach “ABA On Call” Season 3 Ep. 26 - Future tech and ABA

Technology is changing the world at a breathtaking pace. From wearable tech such as smartwatches, health tracking rings and bands, and smart glasses, ABA has incredible opportunities to advance behavior analysis prescriptively and reactively. Other avenues of tech that can meaningfully impact applied behavior analysis are artificial intelligence and machine learning. And last, analytics are changing the business, healthcare, and so many other sectors. Behavior analysis can also reap the rewards of analytics by focusing on many of the metrics used in contemporary behavior analysis. The discussion covers all of the previously mentioned content and discusses how ABA has and can grow in the current era of technology. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don’t forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating a

A hombros de gigantes

Radio Nacional

A hombros de gigantes -Lanzado el Webb, extinguido el volcán de La Palma, Genes y animales de laboratorio - 26/12/21

Hemos iniciado el programa con dos buenas noticias: Después de varios años de retraso, el telescopio espacial James Webb pudo ser lanzado ayer por un cohete Ariane 5 y viaja sin novedad hacia su punto de destino, a 1,5 millones de km de la Tierra. Es el sucesor del Hubble y los científicos confían en que sea una ventana al universo temprano y a planetas más allá de nuestro Sistema Solar. Y la segunda noticia es que tres meses después de que entrara en erupción, el volcán de la isla de La Palma se ha dado por extinguido.

Aplicaciones de la técnica CRISPR constituyen uno de los avances científicos de este año que está a punto de terminar para la revista Science. Y esa tecnología de edición genética forma parte de uno de los capít

The Safety Struggle

Dr. Linda F. Martin

A podcast that will change your views on workplace safety, businesses, organizations, and the safety establishment. Interviews and opinions from people from all walks of life that have a struggle to discuss about workplace safety. Not your average safety podcast.

New Books in National Security

Marshall Poe

Nicole Nguyen, "Suspect Communities: Anti-Muslim Racism and the Domestic War on Terror" (U Minnesota Press, 2019)

Suspect Communities: Anti-Muslim Racism and the Domestic War on Terror (University of Minnesota Press, 2019) is a powerful reassessment of the U.S. government’s “countering violent extremism” (CVE) program that has arisen in major cities across the United States since 2011. Drawing on an interpretive qualitative study, Nicole Nguyen, Associate Professor at the University of Illinois-Chicago, examines how the concept behind CVE—aimed at combating homegrown terrorism by engaging Muslim community members, teachers, and religious leaders in monitoring and reporting on young people—has been operationalized through the everyday work of CVE actors, from high-level national security workers to local community members, with significant penalties for the communities themselves. By undertaking this analysis, Nicole Nguyen offers a vital window into the inner worki

Poverty Research & Policy

Institute for Research on Poverty

Anna Gassman-Pines on Early Impacts of the Pandemic for Parents in Service Occupations

When the pandemic hit the United States in March of 2020, Anna Gassman-Pines and her colleague Elizabeth Ananat were already conducting a text message survey among service workers who had children. As early-pandemic lockdowns and business closures began, Gassman-Pines and Ananat were able to pivot and began asking the people they were surveying about job and income loss, challenges that stemmed from school and childcare shifts, whether they were able to access government benefits, and about their own mental health. In this podcast episode Gassman-Pines offers an overview of their findings and discusses how what they learned fits within the larger context of low-wage work in the United States. Transcript:  Dave Chancellor: [00:00:04] Hello, and thanks for joining us for the Poverty Research and Policy podcast from the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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.

Developmental Psychology, Fall 2008

Victoria Cross

Syllabus and Logistics


The Arch and Anth Podcast

Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera

Episode 150: Why are Michael and Massimo moving to Hong Kong?

On this episode, Dr. Massimo Lando (City University of Hong Kong) hosts the show and interviews Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera (The Arch and Anth Podcast) about the move they're making to Hong Kong, and their reflections on the life they've led together since the launch of the podcast in May 2019. Michael created The Arch and Anth Podcast on May 13th, 2019, and since then has released 150 episodes. He talks about the early inspirations for creating the podcast and what was involved in the initial preparation. As Massimo was there too for all the time the podcast has been active, they also discuss how production has been integrated into their daily life, particularly over the last few months when COVID-19 required Massimo work from home. Given that this is Michael's official return home and emigration out of Europe since he's lived there from 2009 till now, we also reflect on his time in the UK and Netherlands. We talk a

Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo

Juan Ramón Rallo

¿Rusia o la Unión Europea? ¿Quién perdería más en una guerra comercial?

Si estalla una guerra comercial entre Rusia y la Unión Europea, ¿cuál de las dos economías sufriría más?

Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast

Digging a Hole Podcast

Ask Me Anything!

You asked -- we answered! In Digging a Hole’s first AMA (or really Ask Us Anything) episode, we answered your most pressing questions: Is it ethical to move into a gentrifying neighborhood? How should one read articles when considering potential academic appointments? What is cooler -- SCOTUS or the Federal Reserve? What is a professional failure we’ve experienced? Who is our dream sponsor for the pod?
In addition to these and many more questions, we also do a speed segment -- “overrated or underrated” -- about a list of topics, including the bar exam, lawyer credentialing, and Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL).
Come for the legal theory and hot takes, stay for Dave's unified field theory of Sam Moyn projects. There’s something for everyone!

Tâm Lý Học Tuổi Trẻ


51. Làm Gì Khi Bạn Chẳng Muốn Làm Gì? | TLHTT

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Linguistics Lectures

Department of Linguistics

Paragraph | پادکست پاراگراف


پاراگراف - قسمت۵۴ - فقر فرهنگی

همیشه وقتی صحبت فقر فرهنگی به میان می‌آید یاد آن متن کوتاهی می‌افتم که گفته بود:‌ «فقر فرهنگی یعنی چند دندان طلا در دهانت داشته باشی اما حتی یک دانه کتاب هم در کتابخانه‌ات نباشد.» 

Podcast e Haft | پادکست هفت


پادکست هفت یه برنامه است برای همه شمایی که راجع به جامعه تون فکر می‌کنید و برای تغییرش در تلاشید. تو پادکست هفت ما به همراه مهمانانمون سعی می‌کنیم به سراغ موضوعاتی بریم که بتونه چراغ راهی باشه برای دستیابی به آینده‌ای روشن تر. ما تو این راه شما رو با دیدگاه آئین بهائی، اخبار این جامعه و همینطور با اصطلاحات فرهنگی این آئین ایرانی بیشتر از پیش آشنا خواهیم کرد



The Dark Forest

In 2017 the New York Times released an article disclosing 3 videos taken by US Navy pilots of unidentified aerial phenomenon. Is intelligent life already here... or is there another explanation?
I spoke with a man who believes he was abducted by "the greys" in order to father a race of hybrids. This was confirmed by one of his indirect descendants, Bashar, a contact specialist from the planet Essassani who is being channeled by Daryl Anka. According to Bashar we are all a facet of the multi-dimensional crystal.
Physicist Daniel Whiteson explains quantum entanglement and how we could bend space to achieve faster than light travel. Toby Ball describes how alien abductions entered our folklore and Mick West provides context for the recent sightings.
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The Story of Psychology

Todd Daniel PhD

African American Trailblazers in Virginia History

Producer Eric A. Futterman, WCVE

The African American Trailblazers program annually honors the African American contribution to the American story and the significant accomplishments of twelve heroic African Americans in areas such as the arts, sciences, politics, education, and business. African American Trailblazers was conceived as part of America's 400th anniversary celebration. These documentary vignettes represent the collaborative effort of several community, regional government, and corporate partners to highlight the historic contributions of African Americans that positively changed the commonwealth, our country, and the world. Emmy Award winner and producer Eric A. Futterman directed the vignettes. They tell the stories of twelve historic African American Trailblazers and describe other notable achievements since the first Africans arrived in Jamestown in 1619.

Know What You See with Brian Lowery

Brian S. Lowery

Whether we think about it or not, race is an ever present aspect of our lives. In our workplace, schools, in policing, as we simply walk down the street everyday, race is shaping our experience. But, sometimes it’s hard to see, and even harder to understand. Brian Lowery is a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a social psychologist by training. Join Brian for “Know What You See,” where he talks to people from a wide range of backgrounds, from street artists to architects, activists to business leaders, about their own experiences with race and power.

Reviving Growth Keynesianism

Robert Manduca and Nic Johnson

A podcast about economic thought from the mid-20th Century, and why it matters for us today.

The Addiction Psychologist

Samuel Acuff

Dr. Noah Emery and Samuel Acuff interview researchers, clinicians, and policymakers in the field of addiction psychology with the hopes of enhancing recovery. Official podcast of the Society for Addiction Psychology.

Her Voice: Ladies who write

Professor Rebecca Kingston and POL303 students

This is a series for those interested in learning more about women writers, intellectuals and activists, women who deserve to be known better than they are. Episodes of the podcast were written and presented by students at the University of Toronto enrolled in a course devoted to the study of women writers in the history of political thought. The podcast is inspired in part by Christine de Pizan’s Book of the City of Ladies (1405).

Daera Podcast | بودكاست دائرة

Jehan Alkhateeb

الحلقة العاشرة مع يوسف القناعي: المحتوى الواعي

في الحلقة العاشرة من بودكاست دائرة نتحدث مع يوسف القناعي كاتب ومنتج كويتي، مختص في المسلسلات التلفزيونية والأفلام، وإنتاجات لصناع محتوى على شبكات التواصل الإجتماعي. نناقش مع يوسف معمعة الإنترنت والمصطلحات والصرعات الجديدة المختلفة، لنعرف كيف نجد المحتوى المناسب لنا؟ وهل حقًا يعاني المحتوى الواعي و المثقفون في زمن الإنترنت بين الذوبان والتهميش؟

Stories of Impact


Featuring stories of new scientific research on human flourishing that translate these basic discoveries into practical tools. Bringing a mix of curiosity, compassion, and creativity that will appeal to all ages, journalist Richard Sergay and acclaimed writer/producer Tavia Gilbert shine a spotlight on the human impact at the heart of a cutting-edge social and scientific research project. This project was made possible through the generous support of a grant from Templeton World Charity Foundation.

New Books in Law

Marshall Poe

Camilla Fitzsimons et al., "Repealed: Ireland's Unfinished Fight for Reproductive Justice" (Pluto Press, 2021)

Camilla Fitzsimons is an activist and a member of the Dublin West Pro Choice group. She works at Maynooth University and is the author of Community Education and Neoliberalism. Sinéad Kennedy is the co-founder of The Coalition to Repeal the Eighth and an executive member of Together for Yes. She works at Maynooth University and is the co-editor of The Abortion Papers, Ireland.
In this interview Fitzsimons and Kennedy discuss their new book Repealed: Ireland’s Unfinished Fight for Reproductive Rights (Pluto Press, 2021), a celebration and analysis of a 35-year long grassroots movement that successfully overturned the ban on abortion in Ireland
In 1983, the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution created defined legal protections for the “unborn” and led to the Republic of Ireland having one of the strictest abortion regimes in the world, at a t


Beggi Ólafs

Héðinn Unnsteinsson

Héðinn Unnsteinsson er formaður geðhjálpar og stefnumótasérfræðingur hjá forsetisráðaneytinu. í þættinum talar Héðinn um vertu úlfur (leiksýningu og bók um sögu Héðins), aðskilnað í samfélaginu, egóið sem truflar okkur, að gefast upp, skipta um skáp í sundlauginni, vendipunktinn þegar hann fór í oflæti í fyrsta skipti og margt margt fleira. Þátturinn er í boði: Spíran - https://www.kokkarnir.is/spiran/ Nettó - https://netto.is/  Te og kaffi - https://www.teogkaffi.is/ Your Super - https://tropic.is/voruflokkur/ofurfaedur/your-super/  

Mind Your Work

Jose Espinoza; Nicholas Bremner

Mind Your Work is a podcast about investigating and understanding the human aspects of work through science. Scientists have uncovered important and interesting insights about work that many of us don’t ever get to hear. Research on people at work is also advancing rapidly making it hard to keep up. The hosts, Nicholas Bremner and Jose Espinoza, are Industrial/Organizational Psychologists and they dive into the research aiming to inform, educate, and entertain. They sum up what scientists know, how it’s being applied, and how it could affect us in the future.

The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast

Dr. Robert Burriss

EHBEA 2019: conference special. 15 July 2019

This month, The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast bows out with a special from the European Human Behavior and Evolution Association Conference in Toulouse! Thanks for listening, everyone: it's been real.I speak to Ayten Yeşim Semchenko about how men and women choose partners when they have limited information about their romantic prospects; to Linda Lidborg about the possible links between a father's testosterone levels and the sexual behaviour of his adolescent offspring; and to Lucie Kuncová about whether we 'imprint' on our parents' odour and later find people with a similar odour more attractive.
Yeşim mentioned a study I covered on the podcast a few years ago, about whether people can judge the attractiveness of others just by looking at the back of their heads. Here is a link to the transcript of that episode.
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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 btfocus@centriahealthcare.com - Happy New Years!

60 Mindful Minutes

Kristen Manieri

When things change inside us, things change around us. Launched in 2017, 60 Mindful Minutes invites you into conversations with award-winning and best-selling authors about what it means to live a more connected, conscious and intentional life. In this fast-paced, digital-centric world, finding the time and space to tune into ourselves has become increasingly difficult. And yet, we all benefit from stillness and introspection. It’s in the white spaces that we come home to ourselves, learn to know ourselves more deeply, and begin to navigate our lives with intention. Join Certified Mindfulness Teacher Kristen Manieri for this weekly deep dive into conscious living. (Formerly, The Synced Life)

The Table: Conversations on Youth Justice

Gabrielle Dresner

Welcome to The Table, where we discuss issues of youth justice in Michigan and occasionally nationwide. New episodes of The Table will be released on the first of the month. Each episode may be a bit different than the last, as we discuss current issues, reports, and maybe even host a guest here and there. The Table can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe. If you'd like to donate to support our work, please go to miyouthjustice.org/donate. And again, welcome to The Table.

Bottom Lines Top Dollars

Ladies Who Crunch

The Old Punks Guide To Your Future After No Future

This is our final episode of Season 2 and our final journey through this season's theme of punk storytelling as a mechanism for understanding our own relationships with money. And in this episode, The Ladies Who Crunch give our dear listeners an end-of-season parting gift: A guide to building a strategy to change your life! From the lofty process of visioning all the way back down to earth-bound planning tools, this episode's goal is an old school DIY workshop for giving yourself a future after the punk paradigm of "no future" stops working for you. 
Using our own experiences as punks who had "oh fuck" moments that motivated us to change our careers pretty drastically as examples, this episode is full of our hard-won wisdom about making big changes in their life. In this episode we talk deep tactics, including: 

Confronting our own belief systems that may no longer be working fo

Interacting Minds

Interacting Minds

Interacting Minds is an interdisciplinary research podcast hosted by Kim Holflod and Savhannah Schulz. In each episode, the two are joined by fellow interdisciplinary researchers to explore and discuss the work they have been doing and share a glimpse of the journey that brought them there.

Hold That Thought

Washington University in St. Louis

Mud cores, rain gauges, and the hunt for climate data

Climate scientist Bronwen Konecky travels to tropical regions around the world gathering evidence of the geologic past. Using data from rain samples and sediments deep at the bottom of lakes, she is piecing together a story about Earth's climatic history – and what it can tell us about our planet's future.

Podcast – Low Technology Institute

Low Technology Institute

We exist at the nexus of ancient, ethnographic, and modern technology and subsistence practices. We aim to identify ancient and contemporary nonindustrial technologies appropriate for use in modern, small-scale, self-sustaining infrastructure and create do-it-yourself, resource-light solutions to sustainability problems.

Science for the People

Rachelle Saunders, Bethany Brookshire, Anika Hazra, & Marion Kilgour

#595 Handmade: A Scientist’s Search for Meaning Through Making

In Handmade: A Scientist’s Search for Meaning Through Making, author Anna Ploszajski takes her experience of materials science out of the lab and into the world of craftspeople. Ploszajski's quest to fashion a broader perspective on stuff surpasses the dry and academic. In her book, Anna brings readers along through an exploration of materials ancient and modern, bringing out the ways that matter intersects with society and identity. On the show, we’ll talk about matter from glass to human hair, and we'll hear about the entwined history of some materials and how they have shaped history.

Le comptoir de la psychologie

Le comptoir de la psychologie

La haine

Une bonne façon de commencer 2022, non ? Je vous souhaite une bonne écoute :-) Bibliographie : Diamante, C. (2015). Je te haine, un peu, beaucoup, passionnément, à la folie…. Imaginaire Inconscient, (2), 23-33.Fabre, N. (2008). Sortir de la haine. Imaginaire Inconscient, (1), 135-143.Loncan, A. (2019). La haine: préfigurations philosophiques de ses implications en psychanalyse familiale. Revista Brasileira de Psicanálise, 53(1), 33-46.Sédat, J. (2015). La haine dans la construction de la psyché. Adolescence, 33(2), 331-340.Tomasella, S. (2005). Haine, envie et jalousie: psychanalyse du désastre?. Le Coq-Héron, (3), 142-146.Pour m’apporter votre soutien et écouter des épisodes exclusifs, j’ai ouvert ma page Patreon, qui est une plateforme de soutien participatif pour valoriser et permettre la continuité de mon travail :https://www.patreon.com/lecomptoirdelapsychologieN’hésitez pas à aller faire un tour et je vous remercie par avance

Otaghe Moshavereh | پادکست اتاق مشاوره


گفتگو با یک روانشناس در مورد خانواده

The Reframe

Robert Casares

Hosted by Dr. Robert Casares, The Reframe brings you conversations with leaders and legends of the counseling profession, experienced clinicians working in agency and private practice settings, as well as masters- and doctoral-level counseling students. Guests discuss cutting-edge research, share stories about their own professional successes and setbacks, and offer insights and encouragement drawn from a diverse range of professional backgrounds.

The Mind Games Podcast with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

Hailey & Ronnie Lott

Welcome to The Mind Games Podcast. We will explore the relationship between Mental Health, Mindfulness, and Sport in order to support you in taking your life to the next level of peak performance. We will be interviewing experts and diving deep into the many different ways we can win this game of life. We are excited for you to join our huddle. Champions are made from the conscious choices they make each and every day. What legacy do you want to leave behind?

Nox Mente & The Obelisk

Jerry Cthulhu and Niish

Nox Mente is a show dedicated to exploring consciousness through dreams, dreaming, and dream theory using a wide angle lens. We have opened up this conversation to a diverse world of dreamers. Our goal is to help in the process of bringing conscious intent to the state of dreaming — light to the shadowy corners of this experience we all have access to, each time we drift off to sleep. We strive to maintain an open and neutral environment as hosts. There are many theories on the process of dreaming and altered states, and we want to hear them all. No information is irrelevant when it comes to dreams. It is in the overlap of individual experiences that we find pathways into the thinking and journeys of the collective. Nox Mente is streamed live every Wednesday night at 9:00pm Eastern on our YouTube channel The Obelisk is our new a bi-monthly show. The show will run each month on the week when the Moon is full. Our format includes chit-chat, astroweather forecasts, news of the weird, guest conversation and then maybe live call-ins! Join our Discord server for more real time chatter: https://discord.gg/YDqvWGp If you'd like, you may support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vocesnocte

催稿拉黑 Philosophically Procrastinating

Yao Lin

E.14 对话刘擎:站在时间边上 Alongside Time: A Conversation with Liu Qing (2021.12.28)


The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Saul Ebema and Joe Newton

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. […]

New Books in Geography

Marshall Poe

Mercy Romero, "Toward Camden" (Duke UP, 2021)

In Toward Camden (Duke UP, 2021), Mercy Romero writes about the relationships that make and sustain the largely African American and Puerto Rican Cramer Hill neighborhood in New Jersey where she grew up. She walks the city and writes outdoors to think about the collapse and transformation of property. She revisits lost and empty houses—her family's house, the Walt Whitman House, and the landscape of a vacant lot. Throughout, Romero engages with the aesthetics of fragment and ruin; her writing juts against idioms of redevelopment. She resists narratives of the city that are inextricable from crime and decline and witnesses everyday lives lived at the intersection of spatial and Puerto Rican diasporic memory. Toward Camden travels between what official reports say and what the city's vacant lots withhold.
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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

About EA
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A Psychologically Rich Life: Beyond Happiness and Meaning
The Psychology of (In)Effective Altruism
How Effective Altruism Can Help Psychologists Maximize Their Impact
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The Decision Corner

The Decision Lab

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. […]

Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice

Psychiatric Services

48: Cops, Clinicians, or Both? Collaborative Approaches to Responding to Behavioral Health Emergencies

Margaret E. Balfour, M.D., Ph.D., and Jason Winsky, B.A., join Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss their special article published in Psychiatric Services, “Cops, Clinicians, or Both? Collaborative Approaches to Responding to Behavioral Health Emergencies,” looking at collaborations between police and clinicians in the treatment of mental health and behavioral health emergencies.  Dr. Balfour is Chief of Quality & Clinical Innovation at Connections Health Solutions in Tucson, Arizona, and Sgt. Winsky is a police officer and supervisor of the Mental Health Investigative Support Team with the Tucson Police Department.   Balfour and Winsky interview [00:32] How did you get started in this work? [01:22] Police department mental health team [02:44] Crisis Response Center [03:04] Why Arizona? [03:58] Arnold vs Sarn [04:54] Twenty-three hour observation model [05:35] Funding [06

Scrooge Podcast | اسکروج پادکست


در هر قسمت اسکروج یک موضوع چالش‌برانگیز مطرح، و سعی می‌کنیم با کمک علم اقتصاد، سیاست و غیره به شیوه روایت داستان‌های واقعی بهش پاسخ بدیم

Singal-Minded Conversations

Jesse Singal

Conversations with interesting people from academia, journalism, and elsewhere, with a focus on clashes between scientific research and social-justice activism. This podcast was birthed by my newsletter, Singal-Minded, and if you like one you'll probably like the other.

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

Wirth Institute

The Wirth Institute is pleased to present a special six-part original podcast series hosted by Wirth Institute Director, Joseph F. Patrouch (History & Classics)! "Exploring Central European History" will take you from the plague-ravaged lands of Central Europe during the Black Death to the 1873 World's Fair in Vienna -- all from the comfort of your favourite cozy chair.Click here for more:https://www.ualberta.ca/wirth-institute/online-programming/lectures-and-podcasts/exploring-central-european-history/index.html



Vol.51 《晃然大悟》收官,最后一期聊聊做播客的心得




Ethics & Psychology

johngavazzi@aol.com (John Gavazzi)

Ethics and Psychology is a podcast focusing on improving the quality of psychological care through education. The podcast will cover a wide range of issues, blending ethics, morality, philosophy, and research to improve the knowledge base of listeners.


Connor Whiteley

PWP- 130: Police Psychology and Police Culture. A Criminal and Forensic psychology Podcast Episode.

Police psychology is a fascinating area of forensic psychology that investigates why the police behave as they do. In this great episode, you'll learn about police culture, why it's important and how it affects police behaviour. 
In the psychology news section, you'll hear about why coffee isn't an all-cure for sleep deprivation, can memes help people with pandemic anxiety and how conflicting health information can impact attention. 
If you want to support the podcast, please check out:
FREE AND EXCLUSIVE 8 PSYCHOLOGY BOOK BOXSET- https://www.subscribepage.com/psychologyboxset
Police Psychology: The Forensic Psychology Guide To Police Behaviour- https://www.connorwhiteley.net/police-psychology Available from all major eBook retailers and you can order the paperback and hardback copies from Amazon, your local bookstore and local li

Social Protection Podcast


Social Protection Podcast is a brought to you by socialprotection.org. We're a knowledge sharing and capacity building platform, open to social protection practitioners, policy-makers, and experts, as well as academics and students. Social protection is a large and growing field, that has also achieved increased profile and salience since 2020 due to COVID-19. From building delivery systems and protecting People with Disabilities, to social protection financing and school feeding – there is no shortage of topics for Social Protection Podcast to tackle. Each month we will aim to bring you rich, interesting and different content. Through interviews, discussions and debates with experts and practitioners, Social Protection Podcast will illuminate new research and bring a range of perspectives to debates and controversies as well as areas of growing consensus.

The #CoffeeTime Podcast with Noah Kinsey

Noah Kinsey

The podcast that humanizes people. Noah Kinsey has conversations covering the hot-button issues and topics that affect our daily lives. Beyond the hype and noise - What is partisan bickering and what is the actual truth? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noahkinsey/support

New Books in Sociology

Marshall Poe

Peter Krause and Ora Szekely, "Stories from the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science" (Columbia UP, 2020)

How do researchers navigate the complexities of the field? In Stories from the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science (Columbia UP, 2020), political scientists from a diverse range of biographical and academic backgrounds describe their research experiences in North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, ranging from archival work to interviews with combatants. In sharing their stories, the book's forty-four contributors provide accessible illustrations of methods like conducting surveys and interviews, practical questions of health and safety, and general principles such as the importance of flexibility, creativity, and interpersonal connections.
Peter Krause is Associate Professor of Political Science at Boston College and Research Affiliate with the MIT Security Studies Program. He is th

How to Think Like a Psychologist

Stanford Continuing Studies Program

Great Ideas in Psychology Podcast

Todd Daniel PhD

Parental Alienation: From Couch to Courtroom and Beyond

Dr. Bob Evans

Parental Alienation and Attachment Theory

John Bowlby's attachment theory is a vital component to the phenomenon of Parental Alienation.  Attachment is a key to understanding the onset and the consequences of Parental Alienation. This is an introduction to this aspect of Parental Alienation. 

Open Your Mind: Psychology

Open Your Mind

Welcome to Open Your Mind, a psychology based podcast that clarifies theories, busts myths and shows how awesome the science is. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/openyourmind/support

格物心理丨Outside In





Jayne Chang, Silvia Fang, Meiqing Li




Archaeology Podcast Network

ENCORE Jason Colavito and Ancient Aliens - Episode 14

Sara and Ken interview author and scholar, Jason Colavito

Patterns and Possibilities - Thriving in Uncertainty with Miss Handie

HSD Patterns and Possibilities - Thriving in Uncertainty with Miss Handie

The Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) Patterns and Possibilities podcast focuses on a theory-based approach to seeing, understanding, and influencing patterns that disrupt our daily lives. Every day we deal with complex issues that emerge in the messiness of today's world. Often, the old ways of responding to those challenges fail us, leaving us unable to move forward. HSD offers perspectives and models to help you respond more effectively to the complexity you face. Every two weeks, this podcast will provide insights and tools to help you navigate the turbulence complexity in your life.


Malik Seelal, Steve Kramer, and Sydney Pinn

Critical Race Theory in Less Than 10 Minutes

On this bonus episode, Malik runs through a high-level overview of the core tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT). CRT has been dominating public discourse across various institutions (politics, education, etc) Frankly, some of the individuals engaging in the debate do not understand it beyond having something to do with race. We already have an extended podcast on CRT featuring Dr. Angela Onwuachi-Willig; but we figured providing a 10 minute crash course on CRT’s major concepts is perfect for today's social media attention span, enjoy!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/discriminology/donations

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

SAGE Publications Ltd.

Systematic Reviews for Scholarly Success: An interview with Malcolm Forbes

In this episode, guest Dr Malcolm Forbes tells the story of his scholarly project on neuroimaging in first episode psychosis (1, 2) and provides a how to guide on the systematic review process (3). With its origins in his former life as a general medical registrar, Malcolm’s project challenged conventional wisdom and shows trainees that their work can have global significance. Malcolm is joined by a full complement of Associate Trainee Editors in Michael Weightman and Bryan Bui, along with Trainee Editor Oliver Robertson and Deputy Editor Andrew Amos.    Forbes M, Stefler D, Velakoulis D, et al. The clinical utility of structural neuroimaging in first-episode psychosis: a systematic review. Aust N Z J Psychiatry 2019; 53(11):1093–1104. DOI: 10.1177/0004867419848035   Forbes M, Somasundaram A, et al. When should we image our patients? Appropriate use of imaging in inpatient psychiatry. Australas Psy