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Huberman Lab
Dr. Peter Attia: Exercise, Nutrition, Hormones for Vitality & Longevity | Episode 85

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 170:02


My guest this episode is Dr. Peter Attia, M.D., who trained at Stanford University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Attia is host of The Drive podcast and is a world expert on behavioral approaches, nutritional interventions, supplementation and pharmacological techniques to improve lifespan, healthspan and athletic performance. We discuss how best to evaluate your health status using routine blood work, body scans and regular tests of physical strength and endurance. Dr. Attia explains what he uses with his patients to “back-cast” their health goals as a way to design their exercise and nutritional programs. We also discuss hormone modulation and replacement therapy for both men and women. We explain how cholesterol and related factors contribute to cardiovascular disease risk and how to monitor and mitigate that risk. Dr. Attia details various supplementation, nutrition, exercise and prescription approaches useful to people in every decade of life to improve vitality, reduce their risk of disease and increase the number of years sustaining peak cognitive and physical health.  Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Helix Sleep: https://helixsleep.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Assessing Health Status & Improving Vitality  (00:02:51) Momentous Supplements  (00:03:46) Thesis, InsideTracker, Helix Sleep  (00:07:29) Lifespan: Bloodwork & Biomarkers Testing, The “4 Horseman of Disease”  (00:11:51) Healthspan: Functional Testing, Cognitive & Emotional States  (00:13:59) Blood Testing: Best Frequency  (00:16:01) DEXA Scan: Lean Mass & Fat, Bone Mineral Density & Osteoporosis  (00:22:33) Bone Mineral Density & Age-Related Decline, Strength Training, Corticosteroids  (00:29:24) Osteopenia & Osteoporosis Diagnosis, Strength Training (00:31:03) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:32:16) Back-casting: Defining Your “Marginal Decade”  (00:38:31) All-Cause Mortality: Smoking, Strength, VO2 max  (00:44:43) Attia's Rule of Supplementation, “Centenarian Decathlete” Physical Goals (00:49:24) Importance of Exercise, Brain Health, MET hours  (00:55:23) Nicotine & Cognitive Focus (01:03:12) Menstruation, PMS & Menopause  (01:10:10) Hormone Replacement Therapy, Menopause & Breast Cancer Risk (01:22:06) Estrogen, Progesterone & Testosterone Therapies in Women (01:26:35) Hormone Replacement Therapy in Men, SHBG & Testosterone, Insulin (01:37:23) Clomid, Pituitary, Testosterone & Cholesterol, Anastrozole, HCG (01:47:46) Fadogia Agrestis, Supplements, Rapamycin  (01:52:06) Testosterone Replacement Therapy & Fertility  (01:59:26) Total Testosterone vs. Free Testosterone (02:02:51) Cholesterol & Dietary Cholesterol, Saturated Fat, LDL & HDL, Apolipoprotein B (02:17:42) Apolipoprotein B, Diet, Statins & Other Cholesterol Prescriptions  (02:25:15) Cardiovascular Disease, Age & Disease Risk  (02:28:53) Peptides, Stem Cells, BPC157, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), Injury Rehabilitation  (02:37:40) Metabolomics & Exercise  (02:40:44) GLP-1 & Weight Loss  (02:47:06) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter, Huberman Lab Clips Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer

New Books in East Asian Studies
William Matthews, "Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination" (Berghahn Books, 2021)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 102:58


Today I spoke to anthropologist William Matthews about his new book, Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination (Berghahn Books, 2021). This book explores how humans are unique in their ability to create systematic accounts of the world – theories based on guiding cosmological principles. Mathews explains the role that cognition plays in creating cosmologies, and explores this through the ethnography and history of Yijing divination in China. Diviners explain the cosmos in terms of a single substance, qi, unfolding across scales of increasing complexity to create natural phenomena and human experience. Combined with an understanding of human cognition, it shows how this conception of scale offers a new way for anthropologists and other social scientists to think about cosmology, comparison and cultural difference. Dr. Suvi Rautio is an anthropologist of China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books Network
William Matthews, "Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination" (Berghahn Books, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 102:58


Today I spoke to anthropologist William Mathews about his new book, Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination (Berghahn Books, 2021). This book explores how humans are unique in their ability to create systematic accounts of the world – theories based on guiding cosmological principles. Mathews explains the role that cognition plays in creating cosmologies, and explores this through the ethnography and history of Yijing divination in China. Diviners explain the cosmos in terms of a single substance, qi, unfolding across scales of increasing complexity to create natural phenomena and human experience. Combined with an understanding of human cognition, it shows how this conception of scale offers a new way for anthropologists and other social scientists to think about cosmology, comparison and cultural difference. Dr. Suvi Rautio is an anthropologist of China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Anthropology
William Matthews, "Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination" (Berghahn Books, 2021)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 102:58


Today I spoke to anthropologist William Mathews about his new book, Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination (Berghahn Books, 2021). This book explores how humans are unique in their ability to create systematic accounts of the world – theories based on guiding cosmological principles. Mathews explains the role that cognition plays in creating cosmologies, and explores this through the ethnography and history of Yijing divination in China. Diviners explain the cosmos in terms of a single substance, qi, unfolding across scales of increasing complexity to create natural phenomena and human experience. Combined with an understanding of human cognition, it shows how this conception of scale offers a new way for anthropologists and other social scientists to think about cosmology, comparison and cultural difference. Dr. Suvi Rautio is an anthropologist of China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Chinese Studies
William Matthews, "Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination" (Berghahn Books, 2021)

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 102:58


Today I spoke to anthropologist William Mathews about his new book, Cosmic Coherence: A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination (Berghahn Books, 2021). This book explores how humans are unique in their ability to create systematic accounts of the world – theories based on guiding cosmological principles. Mathews explains the role that cognition plays in creating cosmologies, and explores this through the ethnography and history of Yijing divination in China. Diviners explain the cosmos in terms of a single substance, qi, unfolding across scales of increasing complexity to create natural phenomena and human experience. Combined with an understanding of human cognition, it shows how this conception of scale offers a new way for anthropologists and other social scientists to think about cosmology, comparison and cultural difference. Dr. Suvi Rautio is an anthropologist of China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

BardsFM
Ep1626_BardsFM - Cognitive Infiltration

BardsFM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 54:28


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Discover Lafayette
Damon Vincent – Focused on Empowering Unique People Through Physical Fitness and Community

Discover Lafayette

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 42:18


Damon Vincent, owner of Unique Health & Fitness (currently being rebranded as TrainUnique) in Lafayette joins Discover Lafayette to share his passion for helping others. Damon has dedicated his professional career to helping athletes with special needs. A young man of 26, Damon grew up with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, a condition that prevents adrenal glands from producing sufficient cortisol. While his parents allowed him to have a normal life by playing football, wrestling, and riding dirt bikes, he was always on medication and had to wear a medic alert. He was "hell-bent on pushing himself" and didn't want his condition to hold him back. The experience shaped Damon's mindset and he is following his personal and professional calling to empower others, especially individuals who have special needs. His work with people of all backgrounds led him to partner with the DREAMS Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to providing opportunities for individuals with special needs. In August 2020, Damon opened Unique Health and Fitness, Louisiana's first and only dedicated fitness and health center for Unique Individuals. DREAMS' founder, Donielle Watkins, helped Damon get Unique Fitness off the ground; today, All of DREAMS' meetings, art programs, cheer practices, etc. are held at the facility. "We couldn't have gotten started without the help of Donielle and DREAMS." "I was blessed to find my calling at an early age. I wanted to provide a place of belonging in a community that was really focused on the communal aspect of getting better together. It's a group of people coming together with the same end goal in mind, to be fitter, healthier, and more independent. I'm a fitness professional and this is how I know how to do that....at the gym. It's a mission of community and self-improvement. Always striving, never giving up." Damon says of this special population (which can include people with cerebral palsy, Spina Bifida, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, autism, and Downs syndrome), "They are champions on their own. These individuals already have it mentally. They've been fighting their whole lives They've had to work so hard all their lives and have not been able to make excuses. So when they come into the gym, it's about equipping them with the tools and opportunities to let that shine out. That's why I love it so much! It's different than working with the general population. Pictured are members of Unique Health and Fitness, soon to be rebranded TrainUnique. Damon's new studio is located at 133 Digby Avenue, Lafayette LA. Damon has partnered with the Gladiators Academy of Lafayette and Ignite Fitness Club at this new facility. While people of all ages are welcome, the club focuses mainly on teens and adults and offers a full-on fitness program after therapy. Damon provides a professional and comprehensive fitness solution designed for all individuals who need a Unique approach to fitness for their Cognitive or Physical needs. He wants to see people moving and being fit their entire lives. Damon mentioned that while there are typically a lot of therapies available for children, once a person reaches their teens and moves into adult life, those opportunities can dwindle. The gym is a place for "unique people to move and be fit their entire lives." You won't see weight machines at this gym as the lack of neuromuscular engagement involved with machines is not helpful to individuals with special needs. Free weights offer optimal resistance training and give the athletes the ability to learn to control their movements. It also makes the athletes stronger and gives them the independence to be able to lift themselves, go to festivals, get out and enjoy life. Flexibility and cardiovascular fitness are also targeted. The athletes recently enjoyed competing in the club's "Unique Olympics" and there was serious competition going on in categories such as martial arts,

Good Humans with Cooper Chapman
#60 Professor Andrew Scholey - Human Psychopharmacologist

Good Humans with Cooper Chapman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 69:50


It is really special that I got to chat with Professor Andrew Scholey Ph.D., CPsychol AFBPsS.A huge thanks to the team at Ārepa for helping make this happen :)Andrew's Bio -"I'm a Professor of Human Psychopharmacology based in Melbourne, Australia, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. I have affiliations with Monash and Swinburne Universities.My research aims to understand the mood and cognitive effects of 'nutra' interventions (nutrition, nutrients, nutraceuticals), drugs and alcohol. Specifically, I'm interested in the human brain and behavioural processes underlying these effects. This research aims to understand acute cognitive enhancement and develop interventions to treat neurocognitive decline and mental health conditions.I am Chief Scientific Officer for Ārepa Nootropics who produce brain enhancing products. In this role, and working as a consultant across the brain health industry, I work to translate evidence to benefit brain and mental health."A few key topics in this chatEarly lifeWhy neuroscience?Effects of psychedelics on the brain?Effects of alcohol on the brain?Different diets and how they affect our brain.Avoid highly processed food and saturated fats.Cognitive performance and cognitive decline.Arepa!What is a clinical study?Double-blind studiesI loved this chat and so will you!This episode is proudly sponsored by Ārepa Brain Performance Drink! Use code - GOODHUMAN for 25% off.SHOP AREPA HEREAndrew's SocialsTWITTERWEBSITEDRINK - David Nut, NovelCooper's SocialsINSTAGRAMTIK TOKGood Humans PodcastINSTAGRAMUse code PODCAST for 25% off GOOD HUMAN FACTORY Merch.SHOP MERCH HERE ENQUIRE ABOUT A "FEEL GOOD" WORKSHOPCooper@thegoodhumanfactory.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
121. Emotional Eating Part 1

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:22


At some point in your life, you have eaten emotionally. I think there's a lot of stigma about emotional eating, but not all emotional eating is negative. Eating birthday cake, celebratory meals, and other happy occasion foods are usually positive! So let's talk about what constitutes negative emotional eating and the behaviors that might lead you there.   The Behaviors That Lead to Emotional Eating Reaction Resisting Distraction Spiraling   Food for Thought: A New Perspective on Emotional Eating There is a terrible stigma around emotional eating. But the reality is that we've all done it at some point in our lives. The real problem comes when we have difficulty controlling our emotional eating urges. One of the actions that lead to emotional eating is not processing your emotions. Not processing our emotions can manifest in many different ways, but I really want you to understand the importance of learning to process your feelings.  I explore some of the reasons why we so often don't process our emotions. But what it really comes down to is that whatever it is that distracts you from that emotion that does not feel good, that is going to be one of the ways that you will deal with the emotion. Often, that's eating.   The Four Behaviors of Emotional Eating There are four main behaviors that lead you to emotional eating. The reaction is feeling heavy emotions like anger, instead of processing your emotions. Resistance is where you actively resist the emotion, refusing to allow it space to process.  Distraction is usually where emotional eating falls. We distract ourselves from the emotions and feelings we don't want to process. This can often look like emotional eating, but it could be other distracting or addictive behavior. The fourth behavior is spiraling which is when you choose an emotion that feels more comfortable to experience and stays with those emotions instead. Finally, I talk about some of the genes that can contribute to emotional eating and your ability to eat only to satiety. On a scale of 1-10, where are you on the spectrum of emotional eating? I'd encourage you to journal on this topic and see what you can uncover. Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  Why you need to decrease the stigma of emotional eating [2:00] When emotional eating becomes a problem [3:00] Why you don't process emotion [7:35] The actions that lead to emotional eating [9:30] How spiraling leads to unprocessed emotions [13:00] How your genes might impact your feelings of satiety [17:45]   Quotes “Either you believe emotional eating doesn't affect you or you believe that emotional eating really affects you and has a negative impact. The reality is there is all this room in between, this is a huge gray zone of opportunity to realize that we are all humans. At some point in our lives, we have faced emotional eating.” - Dr. Ali [1:42] “Whatever it is that distracts us from that emotion that we feel that does not feel good, that is going to be one of the ways that we will deal with the emotion.” - Dr. Ali [11:09] “Where emotional eating becomes a problem is when it's going to negatively impact your relationship with yourself, particularly your food, your body, and also others.” - Dr. Ali [19:09]   Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 114: Emotional Eating, It's Not Your Fault Episode 110: How Our Genes Impact our Jeans Episode 113: Find Your Forever Food Strategy

NPTE Clinical Files
Cognitive Assessment

NPTE Clinical Files

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 10:00


Brenda is treating a patient with a recent brain injury. The therapist applies a strong noxious stimulus to the patient's forearm to elicit a response. The patient is difficult to arouse but, while awake, remains confused. Which of the following should be documented in the patient's record? A. Stupor B. Obtunded C. Lethargic D. Comatose LINKS MENTIONED: Did you get this question wrong?! If you were stuck between two answers and selected the wrong one, then you need to visit www.NPTEPASS.com, to learn about the #1 solution to STOP getting stuck. Are you looking for a bundle of Coach K's Top MSK Cheatsheets? Look no further: www.nptecheatsheets.com Apply for our coaching program: Prep you can ace - at your pace! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepthustle/support

Pediatric Meltdown
Early Child Development: Pandemic Impact and Reasons for Hope with Dr. Colleen Kraft

Pediatric Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 43:01


Welcome back to Pediatric Meltdown today we are joined by Dr. Colleen Kraft. Dr. Colleen, the past president of the AAP 2018 and offers an overview of the impact the pandemic has had on child development including safety and security, nutrition, physical health, educational opportunities, and responsive caregiving. These are the pillars that make up the WHO Nurturing Care Framework. Dr. Kraft takes us beyond assessing the damage and instead focuses on the strengths that still stand. She makes the analogy of a house on fire. The house is burnt to the ground, but the foundations remain. Let's build from that. Rooms were damaged, but the house still stands nearly whole. Let's repair and rebuild. The home was filled with smoke, but the fire was extinguished. Let's clean away the soot and repaint. This analogy reminds us of the power of hope and action. As clinicians, we can help families see the possibilities and we can connect them to resources. We can also advocate for an educational reframe that supports college and academics and vocational paths. We need a society that embraces all skills and opportunities. In closing, Dr. Kraft reminds us that we are the child experts and that our voices matter.   Colleen A. Kraft, MD, MBA, FAAP is the Senior Medical Director for Clinical Adoption at Cognoa, a digital medical device company designing products to address the unmet developmental and behavioral health needs of children. Dr. Kraft served as the 2018 President of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her background includes work in primary care pediatrics, pediatric education, and health care financing. Dr. Kraft received her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech and her M.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University, and her MBA from the University of Cincinnati. She completed her residency in Pediatrics at Virginia Commonwealth University.        [00:29 - 08:47] Pediatrician Colleen Craft Shares Her Vision for the Future of Pediatrics Dr. Colleen Kraft is a pediatrician and the senior medical director for clinical adoption at Cognoa. She has been a pediatrician for 34 years and served as the 2018 president of the American academy of pediatrics. Her journey into pediatrics drew her to work with families and children, promoting their optimal physical, developmental, and psychosocial health. She is also an advocate for pediatricians and all the work that we can do on behalf of kids.   [08:47 - 16:51] Virtual Reality Therapy for Phobias The world health organization promotes the nurturing care framework, which focuses on five pillars of early childhood development: adequate nutrition, safety and security, opportunities for early learning, and healthy relationships. During the pandemic, safety and security for children were disrupted by the death of adults and the displacement of secure bonds with parents. Housing insecurity was a major problem during the pandemic.   [16:51 - 24:36] Children Suffered from Cognitive and Motor Developmental Deficits during the Pandemic There is a disruption in various aspects of children's lives during the pandemic, including their safety, health, and early learning opportunities. the importance of responsive and caring adults in providing nurturing care for young children, and notes that this was particularly disrupted during the pandemic. The negative effects that virtual learning can have on children, and notes that this is particularly true for those with disabilities or who are struggling with attention span.   [24:36 - 36:28] Resilience is Built on Relationships Pediatricians need to start with the basics and focus on relationships with kids to help them rebuild their resilience. Schools can play a role in helping kids rebuild their resilience by assessing their strengths and promoting vocational skills based on what kids want to do. Adults need to remember that they are valuable and that their skillset does not just include...

Translating ADHD
Rebroadcast: Hyperfocus and Navigating Big Cognitive Signals with ADHD

Translating ADHD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 26:04


This episode is a rebroadcast. Cam and Shelly have handpicked episodes from the archive to air while they are on their annual summer break. New episodes resume September 19th! As ADHD people, we pay most attention to the things that generate the biggest signals. This week on the Translating ADHD podcast, we dive deeper into this signal-based attention system. We discuss our tendency as ADHD adults to rely on the Adrenaline Response Cycle (ARC) and hyperfocus as primary tools for getting to action. The challenge here is that these tools are only effective for the biggest signals, those generated by emotion or urgency. This leaves us ignoring the more nuanced signals, the ones that often speak to what really matters to us. Cam and Shelly discuss how many of our clients come to coaching with the limiting belief that their previous strategies "no longer work". The reality here is more nuanced - as life gets more complicated and our goals get more lofty, relying only on paying attention to the biggest signals and the subsequent ADHD response of adrenaline or hyperfocus no longer works because these reactive tendencies don't allow for forward progress. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Shelly For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: For episode transcripts visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode. Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Episode Transcription: TranslatingADHD.com

Stuttering Foundation Podcast
Why Stuttering Occurs: The Role of Cognitive Conflict and Control

Stuttering Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 43:04


Dr. Evan Usler joins Sara MacIntyre, M.A., CCC-SLP to discuss a recent paper in Topics in Language Disorders, "Why Stuttering Occurs: The Role of Cognitive Conflict and Control," which is linked below.  The purpose of this article is to provide theoretical explanations of the experience of stuttering through pulling from and incorporating a variety of previous explanations, findings, and clinical theories in efforts to speculate questions such as: Why is speech fluency so situationally variable? How do stuttering-like disfluencies develop? Why are stuttering-like disfluencies perceived as a loss of control? and Why do stuttering-like disfluencies take the form they do?Article discussed today: "What Stuttering Occurs: The Role of Cognitive Conflict and Control" in Topics in Language Disorders. For more information on the University of Delaware Stuttering Project, visit the website here.Evan Usler, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware's Communication Sciences & Disorders Department. Evan is the Director of the Interpersonal Neurophysiology Lab where he studies the interactions between cognition, language, and speech motor control.

Design Thinking 101
Language + Design Research + Researcher Self-Care with Abby Bajuniemi — DT101 E96

Design Thinking 101

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:04


Dr. Abby Bajuniemi holds a PhD in applied linguistics from Minnesota University and is currently a user researcher in industry. We talk about language, design research and researcher self-care. Listen to learn about: How language and linguistics affect design The interaction of society and language Trauma-informed user research Researcher self-care The importance of asking for help Language and technology Being mindful about the language used in design Our Guest  Abby is the manager of UX Research and Content at Calendly. She holds a PhD in Hispanic and Lusophone Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics with specialization in Second Language Acquisition and Sociolinguistics. She loves to nerd out with people about language and research methods, either together or separately. She loves the Oxford comma, but will never correct your grammar Show Highlights [00:57] How and why Abby moved from linguistics to user research. [02:06] The importance of taking the time to think about language as a designer. [03:30] Audience design. [04:15] Aspects of linguistics that are helpful for designers and researchers. [04:45] Being mindful of the language choices you're making. [05”07] Abby talks about the tone of language/voice. [06:14] Abby's “superpower.” [07:00] How people understand and use language. [10:03] Abby talks about what happens when stakeholders don't follow the user research recommendations. [11:22] You have to be a good storyteller for your stakeholders. [12:16] Ways Abby has seen her work come to fruition. [15:14] User research can be revelatory for organizations that have never used it before. [17:06] Trauma-informed research and researcher self-care. [18:03] User research can be intense and emotional. [20:05] Dawan and Abby talk about the importance of asking for help. [22:35] Asking for help is part of what collaboration is. [24:15] Asking for help is working smarter. [25:27] Abby talks about the book she's writing. [25:56] Cognitive language models. [26:42] Voice-activated assistants. [28:07] Language and chatbot design. [29:34] Thinking about the future of language design. [33:01] Books and resources for researchers and those wanting to learn more about language. [36:52] The way language can play into stigma. [39:39] Abby talks about an example of purposeful language design done at the 18F agency.  Links Abby on LinkedIn Abby on Medium Abby's website Abby on Women Talk Design On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots: Can Language Models Be Too Big?, by Emily Bender, Timnit Gebru, Angelina McMillan-Major 18F Book Recommendations  Universal Methods of Design, Expanded and Revised: 125 Ways to Research Complex Problems, Develop Innovative Ideas, and Design Effective Solutions, by Bruce Hanington and Bella Martin Measuring the User Experience: Collecting, Analyzing, and Presenting Usability Metrics, by Bill Albert and Tom Tullis Thinking Through Methods: A Social Science Primer, by John Levi Martin The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Expression & Reflection, By Anne Berry, Kareem Collie, Penina Acayo Laker, Lesley-Ann Noel, Jennifer Rittner, and Kelly Waters Your Computer Is on Fire, by Thomas Mullaney, Benjamin Peters, Mar Hicks, and Kavita Philip Mixed Methods: A short guide to applied mixed methods research, by Sam Ladner Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism, by Safiya Umoja Noble You Can Do Anything, Magic Skeleton!: Monster Motivations to Move Your Butt and Get You to Do the Thing, by Chuck Wendig and Natalie Metzger Language And Power, by Norman Fairclough Discourse and Social Change, by Norman Fairclough   Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like User Research + Asking Better Questions with Michele Ronsen — DT101 E88 Teaching Yourself Design Thinking + Innovating in Government with Amy J. Wilson — DT101 E19 Design Thinking + Learning Science with Adam Royalty — DT101 E18

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
277. Deeper Yet Into The Weeds: Pageau, Vervaeke, Peterson

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 151:11 Very Popular


This was the first time that Jonathan Pagaeu, John Vervaeke, and Jordan Peterson all sat down together in person. Recorded in Dr. Peterson's home, and prominently featuring many of Kwakwakaʼwakw carver Charles Joseph's incredible statues and carvings, this recording may require a few complete watchthroughs. The conversation was created to intentionally dive deep into the areas of systems of perception and their impacts on our abilities to prioritize, the nature of YHWH (Judeo-Christian God), and the exploration of the True, the Good, and the Beautiful. This conversation is only the beginning of many more conversations to have between these three and on these topics. Please comment any insights that you have derived from this video, my team will be paying close attention to the progress on these ideas.Jonathan Pageau is a symbolic thinker, YouTuber, and class carver of orthodox icons. Jordan and Jonathan have an ongoing dialogue surrounding Judeo-Christian narrative, reality, and symbolism among many other topics.John Vervaeke is an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science at the University of Toronto. His work constructs a bridge between science and spirituality in order to understand the experience of meaningfulness and the cultivation of wisdom so as to afford awakening from the meaning crisis.If you want to hear the rest of my conversation, please go to https://www.dailywire.com/watch and become a member today. Thanks. This episode is sponsored by Elysium health. Visit: http://explorematter.com/jordan Check out Jonathan Pageau's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtCTSf3UwRU14nYWr_xm-dQhttps://thesymbolicworld.com(speaking)https://pageaucarvings.com(carving)https://orthodoxartsjournal.org(writing) Watch more from John Vervaeke: https://www.youtube.com/user/johnvervaeke —Links— Jordan Peterson Commencement Address: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvHjhtM8D7w&t=368s&ab_channel=HillsdaleCollegeImprimis subscribe: https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/free-lifetime-subscription-to-imprimis/Online Course sign up: online.hillsdale.eduFour Pillars: Educating for America (Imprimis): https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/four-pillars-educating-america/Faith and Reason are Mutually Reinforcing (Imprimis): https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/faith-reason-mutually-reinforcing/Civil Rights in American History Online Course: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/civil-rights-in-american-historyTheology 101: The Western Theological Tradition Online Course: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/theology-101Introduction to Western Philosophy Online Course: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/introduction-to-western-philosophyIntroduction to Aristotle's Ethics: How to Lead a Good Life Online Course: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/aristotles-ethicsConstitution 101 Online Course: www.hillsdale.edu/con101Winston Churchill and Statesmanship: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/winston-churchill-and-statesmanship // SIGN UP FOR DAILY WIRE+ //www.dailywireplus.com // SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/jordanbpeterson.co...Donations: https://jordanbpeterson.com/donate // COURSES // Discovering Personality: https://jordanbpeterson.com/personalitySelf Authoring Suite: https://selfauthoring.comUnderstand Myself (personality test): https://understandmyself.com // BOOKS // Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: https://jordanbpeterson.com/Beyond-Order12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: https://jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-...Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: https://jordanbpeterson.com/maps-of-m... // LINKS // Website: https://jordanbpeterson.comEvents: https://jordanbpeterson.com/eventsBlog: https://jordanbpeterson.com/blogPodcast: https://jordanbpeterson.com/podcast // SOCIAL // Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanbpetersonInstagram: https://instagram.com/jordan.b.petersonFacebook: https://facebook.com/drjordanpetersonTelegram: https://t.me/DrJordanPetersonAll socials: https://linktr.ee/drjordanbpeterson

Brains and Gains with Dr. David Maconi

0:00- Intro0:30- Operation Smile1:00- Dean St. Mart's background7:15- The natural route / emotional decision making10:15- Dosing relative to natural levels28:00- Recovering from “addiction” to PED use36:00- Cognitive issues with PED use49:00- Steroids at an early age56:00- Gender of children of enhanced fathers59:55- Supplement company

Bulletproof Radio
Challenge Your Nervous System with Whole Body Vibration – Tony Molina – #963 : 963

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 54:20 Very Popular


IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™...… you'll learn how whole body vibration works and the many ways it benefits your physiology. It's the nexus between energy and life, says Tony Molina, a performance optimization expert.“This biohack helps you burn more calories,” he says. “It helps you increase strength and reaction time. You can improve skin and circulation, bone density, pain relief, hormonal changes, posture and balance. It's also a lifelong health and longevity partner.” He's talking about the Power Plate. He's a high-altitude and longevity researcher and Senior Research and Development Specialist at the company.“Whole body vibration runs off Isaac Newton's second law, so force equals mass times acceleration,” he explains. “Where acceleration is what's being increased versus mass. And generally, we focus on the mass, whether we do any kind of strength training, we focus on holding mass or dealing with the mass or changing the mass. With whole body vibration and Power Plate, you're focusing on the acceleration or the speed change.”Other cool things about whole body vibration:You're changing the formula from conscious effort (like conventional exercise) to subconscious (harmonic vibration).You're experiencing multiplanar movement that creates an unstable environment that's proprioceptively challenging. (The nervous system doesn't know what to do, which is a good thing.)Your neuromuscular spindle gets stimulated without the need for the brain even to get involved. (Cognitive confidence!) Your nervous system itself is ramping up safety signals so the brain understands what it needs to do without you consciously having to do anything.Your reflexes improve; your reaction time gets better; your ability to propriocept allows your posture to improve; and you breathe better.Listen on to find out more about whole-body vibration training, therapy, and how it can make you live longer, whatever your fitness level or ability.SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE HUMAN UPGRADE LISTENERS: https://powerplate.com/dave to get 20% off a Power Plate® MOVE (save $659) AND a FREE Power Plate Pulse Massage Gun (valued at $249.99) WE APPRECIATE OUR PARTNERS. CHECK THEM OUT!Increase BDNF and Support Neurogenesis: Go to https://nootopia.com/davegenius, use code DAVE10 to get an extra 10% offA Cleaner Nicotine Alternative: https://lucy.co, use code DAVE20 for 20% off your first order of pouches, gums or lozengesCooler Temps for Deeper Sleep: https://www.chilisleep.com/, use code HUMANUPGRADE20 to save 20% on the Dock Pro Sleep System See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:54


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:31


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Neuroscience & Psychiatry CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Neuroscience & Psychiatry CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:54


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Neuroscience & Psychiatry CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Neuroscience & Psychiatry CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:31


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:54


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:31


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:54


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Bruce Cree, MD, PhD, MAS - Re-Examining S1PR Modulation From All Angles in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: Impact on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes, and Practical Considerations of Long-Term Therapy

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:31


Go online to PeerView.com/REK860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. For individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS), “invisible symptoms” that include cognitive changes and fatigue exacerbate the burden of disease. Emerging evidence indicates that in addition to providing high efficacy, safety, tolerability, and patient convenience, sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor (S1PR) modulators may yield important benefits related to loss of cortical gray matter and whole brain volume, addressing cognition as well as multiple other aspects of MS. At a recent live event, our expert faculty reviewed the mechanism of action of S1PR modulators and their important role in MS care, with a focus on the clinically relevant distinctions among members of this class—from first-generation fingolimod to the more recently introduced siponimod, ozanimod, and ponesimod. The faculty discussed the role of agent-specific characteristics such as relative selectivity and off-target effects in individualized treatment planning—reviewing key trial data on patient outcomes and concluding with a case-based workshop addressing treatment selection, shared decision-making, and COVID-19 vaccination. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Discuss the rationale for the modulation of S1P function as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis (MS) in the context of disease pathophysiology; Individualize S1PR modulator therapy for patients with MS based on the latest evidence on safety, efficacy, and the potential impact on physical and cognitive outcomes; and Apply a patient-centered, team-based approach to treatment selection and sequencing in MS based on the patient's disease activity, treatment preferences and goals, and therapeutic options.

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
The TOP THREE MINDFULNESS TIPS to work more effectively with your executive team. Melinda Fouts PHD

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 17:06


Live from the Mind Body Soul Magazine spring release party.  I interview PHD of jungian psychology Melinda Fouts.  And she is ridiculously smart!  Melinda's article in the spring release is “Executive Coaching with a GROWTH Mindset”.  But first we go a little deep on this jungian psychology thing… How does one end up with a PHD in jungian psychology?  It's a fun story which she graciously tells. Which of course leads to burn out as a psychologist.  And her subsequent rebirth as an 7 years ago as an executive coach! “Coaching with an iron fist and a velvet glove.”  As she likes to say. Her top three executive mindfulness tips to work more effectively with your team.60 seconds to do 5 deep breaths.  Bring awareness to the trigger.  This gives you time to choose a different response.Know thyself!  That's why everyone needs a coach.  Be aware that you are being triggered.  Silence is your friend.  Be open to the fact that maybe you are being triggered. Asking questions keeps you in the power seat.  This keeps you out of the emotional part of the brain.  And Oh Yeah!  Her book “Cognitive Enlightenment”.  It's all about ways to discipline your mind not to let anyone disrupt your inner peace. You can find Melinda here: https://www.successstartswithyou.net/ And read her book here: Cognitive Enlightenment: A Disciplining of Your Mind.  https://smile.amazon.com/dp/1642680885/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_69WFBA63A8NJYP1DJB1M Get the spring issue of Mind Body Soul Magazine here! https://mindbodysoul.media/issue/ Administrative: (See episode transcript below)WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.lTranscript:Mischa Zvegintzov All right. Hello, everybody. Welcome to The Table rush talk show. I'm here with Melinda Fouts PhD. And you just dropped a PhD ofMelinda Fouts union psychology.Mischa Zvegintzov You up in psychology? That's ridiculous. I mean, in a big way, like, what? How before we get to that, like, how do you just drop that right away? That's incredible. Wow.Melinda Fouts Well, it's not cognitive behavioral therapy. Yeah. It's studying the theories and concepts of Carl you. Yeah. And he was a contemporary of Freud's. For those of you who don't know who Carl Jung is, okay. And he split from Freud because Freud said, every dream we had a sexual component. And Carl Jung said, No, it doesn't. Yeah. And Carl Jung started really looking at the undiscovered self. Okay, the unconscious and how, like dreams give us images. Yeah. So it's code to learn more about yourself.Mischa Zvegintzov Wow. Was this Well, hold on. Before we get to that? We are at the spring, Mind Body Soul magazine release party. We're here in the Aspen area. And what's this valley called? Again? It'sMelinda Fouts the Roaring Fork Valley,Mischa Zvegintzov the the Roaring Fork Valley, which is incredibly beautiful. You're a 20 year resident of the area. Awesome. And, and Melinda has an article in Mind Body Soul. Is this the center spread by chance? No. That's all right. It's you need to like a double PhD to get the center thread, right. But anyway, so we're here and your executive coaching with a group mindset with a growth mindset, excuse me, of which we're going to talk about but first youngin union union, psychology PhD. Is this like, at a high school? I like what's your track for that? Was it inspired right away? Or was this accidental along the way?Melinda Fouts Oh, I did not like what I was doing. So after I would take my daughter to daycare, okay. I would walk two miles down the beach because I lived in Montecito at the time and two miles back, yelling at the universe. You didn't put me on this earth for nothing. Yeah. And then one day, I said, Why don't you answer. Okay. And then, because you never shut up and stop talking.Melinda Fouts And it was that day. I said, Okay, I get the rent for two miles, and then I'll shut up and start listening to who would bargain like that, right? Yes. And I bargain, I still get to anyway rant because I was all geared up to do my rant. And then I said, Okay, when I turned around after two miles, I said, Okay, give me my answer. And I got my answer that day, in code in code, okay. So I walked down the beach barefoot with my dog in the surf. And on the way back, I started picking up broken shards of glass. And at the end of my walk, my hands are covered full of broken shards of glass. And I said to myself, How come I didn't see one piece of glass on the way down? And the universe says, think about all the broken, shattered lives that need to be picked up and held. I'm like, Oh, this is code. I have no idea what it means. Like I asked the right question. Yeah, I didn't get an answer. I just don't know what it means.Mischa Zvegintzov Okay, and soMelinda Fouts I went to this friend of mine and older gentleman, I said, Help me because Melinda is so obvious and like, talk to me. And he said, You're supposed to be a psychotherapist, so I was just like a therapist. Okay. You're supposed to go to this Pacifica Graduate Institute, which is just down the street, Santa Monica. It's in Carpinteria.Mischa Zvegintzov Oh, okay.Melinda Fouts And that sent me on myMischa Zvegintzov is that the who ran NMAPMelinda Fouts Stephen doesn't stop and he still does, okay. And it's a depth psychology Institute. Okay. And that's what started In my journey,Mischa Zvegintzov cool, amazing and and you got your PhD? How many years did you invest of your time and effort into that? If you don't mind me askingMelinda Fouts was a two year program for your masters. It's a three year program for your PhD. In California, you have to do 3000 hours of an internship before you can sit for the licensing exam. Oh, my God. And back in the dark ages when I did this, yes, I had to do an oral exam. And only two of us out of 33 passed. And I was wonderingMischa Zvegintzov what? Wow. Oh my gosh. So executive coaching with a growth mindset. How does this come about another sort of existential crisis as you're a psychotherapist, orMelinda Fouts so about seven years ago? Yeah. Burnout, burnout, burnout on the pathology. Yeah. And I, woman, global CIO of an international organization came to me, and she said, I received a phone call from a colleague. She said, my entire team is afraid of me, because I'm harsh. And then in a sweet little boy, she goes, but I would see myself as harsh. So I worked with her for nine. ButMischa Zvegintzov of course, sheMelinda Fouts really, really, we all haveMischa Zvegintzov abuse we do.Melinda Fouts So I discovered what would trigger her to pounce on her gene. Oh, so I worked with her and nine months, we finally conquered this blind spot. We've conquered this relative bill that would just leap out of her at times. Yeah. And at the end of our time, together, she goes, You should be an executive coach. I have worked with multiple executive coaches, and none of them and help me like you have. That's exactly what I need is the same skills and tools I've crafted over 20Mischa Zvegintzov years. Yeah.Melinda Fouts And I get to the top. So my tagline is coaching with an iron fist in a velvet glove?Mischa Zvegintzov Ah, I like it. Real quick, where can people find you? So if they're captivated by your stories, such as I am, and they're like, I need to know more? Where can they find you? LinkedIn, LinkedIn. Okay.Melinda Fouts My website. Okay, what'sMischa Zvegintzov your website?Melinda Fouts Success starts with you.net.Mischa Zvegintzov Success starts with you.net. Awesome. And you give a complimentary coaching session asMelinda Fouts I want to make sure we're a good fit.Mischa Zvegintzov I love it. So it's almost like you're interviewing the person making sure that yeah, open minded or willing or like, what are what are you looking for? Like, what's a good fit? I'm just going to adjust this while you're thinking about.Melinda Fouts Across the board, Nisha, yes, there's common denominators, no matter what you come to me with. And everyone gets in their own way, because they have patterns of behavior. And they need a new new skills, new techniques. Everyone I coached needs better communication skills across the board.Mischa Zvegintzov fact of life. You have a blind spot, you need better communication skills, I'm sorry, resolution, conflict resolution.Melinda Fouts And I think I have an advantage that everyone else doesn't have. Okay. So the people that come to me are so focused on their business in their work. And I have this overview fetch. So I have a different perspective. And I hear all the time. Why didn't I think of it? Why couldn't I think of it all the time? And so I always push my clients to come up with a different answer. And I go, Oh, that was a b minus that was an A minus one clients and what does it take to get an A plus out of you? Yes. And I said, if you can give me a never before thought of answer. That's all I can do for them. I love it. I love it.Mischa Zvegintzov When you're at the top of your game, you are in the zone in the flow, fully connected in mind, body and soul. That's a quote that we've got right there. Tell me if someone's trying to be more soulful, or more connected or more. I don't know spiritual is the right word. But more aware, like, what are some, for any executive out there who's watching this? Like, what are three tips you'd give like, Hey, if you're trying to be more mindful? Am I asking that question? Right? Yes, yeah.Melinda Fouts First of all, everyone that works with the ants have some kind of mindfulness practice. Yeah. And that can be a 62nd. Five minute long, slow, deep breaths. That is actually a mindfulness practice. Okay, take 60 seconds to do five of those. Have you do them deep communicate? So people get reactionary? Yes. Especially under stress. Yes. One of my strengths is emotional intelligence. And so like, this woman would get triggered, and then she'd read. So bringing awareness to the trigger, because we all get triggered. Yeah. You have to allow yourself to feel the feeling. So it's like a match. You get triggered. It's like your cock. Yeah, you're holding the match. But her reaction to her team actually burns her. Right? Yeah. So I said, Okay. Allow yourself to feel the feeling, the blowout the match before you react. So now you're focused, you're feeling Yeah, you're giving yourself some space. And then that gives you time to choose a different response response. So one of my tools is become curious. Ask questions, because then you get out of the amygdala hijack the emotional part of the brain. And you stay in the prefrontal cortex, your reasoning, thinking function part of the brain. So when you ask questions and step into it will help me understand something. How come you keep making this same mistake? Are you aware that you're making the same mistake? Because they may not be? So that's a tool, the curiosity tool, yeah. To help you be less reactionary.Mischa Zvegintzov Good. Awesome. And then third, number 3/3.Melinda Fouts The whole premise of Carl use theories and concepts is greater self awareness. Know thyself is the hardest thing in the world to do. That's why everyone needs a coach. Yes. Because I see things you can't see about you. Yes. And so being connected with yourself being connected that your trigger? Yes. It's hard for people they don't think just react and WIZO things way down. So that they can pause. So I say silence is your friend. Yes. And asking questions keeps you in the power seat. And it's a whole technique around staying connected to mind, body and soul where you're aligned, centered and grounded. In which you can then be more present to the other.Mischa Zvegintzov It's good. That's good stuff. I think those are good things. Yeah. So breathe deep, slow down, to take those five big breaths for that minutes. Ask questions. Right?Melinda Fouts Asking questions will keep you out of the emotional part of the brain.Mischa Zvegintzov I love it. And then number three is be aware that you're triggered like, know thyself, like, like, be open to the fact the way I would say the way I hear it is like, hey, like, open your self up to the idea that yeah, maybe you're triggered and maybe you need to chill. Yes, yes.Melinda Fouts That's a good reframe. Okay.Mischa Zvegintzov Thank you. You're also an amazing skier. This is I can I can tell we before we started this interview, we started talking about skiing. We were she graciously let me eat to get caught up. So I've been interviewing like mad, but you've been skiing all over the place and you're still an avid skier. Oh, yeah,Melinda Fouts most guys can't keep up with me. Yeah, that's amazing.Mischa Zvegintzov And where's your favorite? Like, where's your favorite spot to ski?Melinda Fouts I enjoy Ajax and Highland.Mischa Zvegintzov Cool. Yeah. Hey, this has been a ton of fun. Thank you can Stacy's just one more glass of wine and wine or Margarita beer? Thank you. And then done for me. And then I'm just gonna ask her. We are just about done. So I wanted to know from the Linda, is there anything that you would feel remiss if you didn't get to say it before we end our interview here? Like, Oh, yes.Melinda Fouts Yes. Cognitive enlightenment. Gabrielle says,Mischa Zvegintzov okayMischa Zvegintzov it's a busy night for me. So you have a three ring circus. So you have a book out? Yes. And it is calledMelinda Fouts cognitive enlightenment. Cool. And it's it's only 80 pages, butMischa Zvegintzov it's really did. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Cool. And where can they find it? Amazon love it and what's the top? It's called cognitive enlightenment. So, in 30 seconds, like what could be your best sales pitch on why somebody should should grab your book and quickly or not quickly dive into the 80 or so pages.Melinda Fouts We all let everything outside of ourselves disrupt our inner peace. And it's all about ways to uncover and develop a discipline to discipline your mind. Not to let anyone disrupt your inner peace and sneak preview the last chapter is all about my journey which is kind of fun.Mischa Zvegintzov Sweet. I love it. The length of this has been a ton of.Melinda Fouts Fun

Harvesting Happiness Podcasts
Cognitive Immunity: The Moral Mind of Critical Thinkers with Andy Norman Ph.D. & Allen Buchanan Ph.D.

Harvesting Happiness Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Most people want to be happy. Yet, the moral fabric of society lays prey to degradation caused by our evolutionary need to tribalize. The reduction of our critical thinking abilities allows for mind parasites to take hold and inhibit well-being. Is it possible to inoculate our minds and make them immune to untruths and bad ideas that spread through social media? To unveil mental methods that keep our minds happy and healthy amidst the barrage of media input we receive, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two authors about their books on the subject. Andy Norman created a new spin on aged philosophy to vaccinate minds. He shares key takeaways from his book, Mental Immunity. Allen Buchanan recounts key chapters from his book, Our Moral Fate: Evolution and the Escape from Tribalism and discusses the shaky ground on which democracy sit

Finding Genius Podcast
Reversing Alzheimer's Disease And The Decline Of Cognitive Abilities With Dr. Bill McGraw

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 51:10


Joining us again on the podcast is Dr. Bill McGraw, a prolific research scientist and the author of Aluminum Detox: An Easy Solution and Mercury: The Ultimate Truth and Chronic Disease. In this episode, Dr. McGraw shares evidence illustrating aluminum toxicity's threats, how it's related to Alzheimer's disease, and a cure that he may have uncovered with his research.  According to Dr. McGraw, the truth is much simpler than throwing drugs and gene therapies at a terminal disease. Listen now as he describes how this illness can be prevented by utilizing the discoveries he has made in his analysis.  This Podcast is Sponsored by Lost Empire Herbs. Right now, Lost Empire Herb's bestselling Pine Pollen is now available for just one penny, plus shipping and handling. Go to www.GeniusPollen.com to find out more and grab yourself a bag today. No hidden charges, no trial offer, no shenanigans. Just a low cost way to try Lost Empire Herbs' top product for next to nothing. If you're looking for 100% natural hormonal support for men and women YOU'VE GOT TO TRY THIS. In this episode, you will hear Dr. McGraw discuss: How our tap water is a key factor in the delivery of aluminum to our bodies.  What measures you can take to remove aluminum from your system. The other health effects of having aluminum buildup in your body. How mercury toxicity is removed from your body. Could Alzheimer's disease be an ailment of the past? How does aluminum influence cognitive abilities? Join us to find out! Click here to find out more about Dr. McGraw and his cutting-edge research.  Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

Harvesting Happiness
Cognitive Immunity: The Moral Mind of Critical Thinkers with Andy Norman Ph.D. & Allen Buchanan Ph.D.

Harvesting Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 55:12


VUX World
Unleash the real power of DialogFlow, with Rob Lubow, CMO, Botcopy

VUX World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 64:51


Botcopy is a Google Cloud Partner that augments the workflow and usability of DialogFlow, making the front end messenger interface customisable. We're joined by CMO, Rob Lubow to discuss the what, how and why of DialogFlow augmentation, plus some deep discussions on AI ethics, cognitive bias and the future of the economy and society in an increasingly AI-mediated world.00:00 Introduction and presenting VUX World @ VOICE22 Presented by Kore AI Find out more at https://voicesummit.ai/agenda03:54 What is botcopy?06:28 The idea behind botcopy13:38 Front end UI for chatbots17:30 Pre empt customer needs20:40 Educating the market Vs being found29:10 Effect AI has on the economy and businesses37:30 AI taking over peoples jobs42:30 Gradual or noticeable changes?45:35 Cost saving vs social values52:45 Cognitive bias 58:28 Bullsh*t Man1:04:14 OutroFind out more at https://www.botcopy.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dave and Dujanovic
Cognitive Test for Biden

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:23


A group of Republican Lawmakers, including Utah Congressman Burgess Owens. Dave and Debbie go over the letter and discuss whether politicians and justices should have tests done after a certain age.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
120. Personal Stories of Transformation Part 3

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 32:04


You are worth investing in yourself. That's what my guest's final transformation stories come down to. Invest in yourself. Find a group of supportive people who will lift you up and keep you going through the good and bad times. And while you're at it - make sure to schedule some time for yourself!   Key Takeaways You are worth it. You are worth the investment. It's a pricey program, but you're worth it.  Start with scheduling what you want to do each week. Not your job or anything else - schedule your you time. Put yourself first. You come first.   Make Group Programs Work for You In this third and final installment of personal transformation stories from actual people taking my group programs, we're hearing from women who want you to invest in yourself. My first guest explains how to get the most value out of a group coaching program.  The key is to make it work for you - whether you're attending live classes, which we recommend, or catching up on a replay, it really is how you can best fit the classes into your schedule! And schedule them in at the start of your week - schedule you first and slot everything in around you. Honestly, these programs are so much more than fat loss or weight loss programs. The thought work and mental health aspects are just as, if not more, important and will definitely help you make substantial changes in your life.   Setting Yourself Up for Success You can absolutely set yourself up for success. A positive mindset combined with the powerful thought work that we go through will help you transform your thinking. You might enter my group programs and not actually have a healthy relationship with nutrition and exercise - we'll help you change that. It's not about how long you go for. You can accomplish so much in just ten minutes! It's about staying consistent with the changes that you want to make. Do it for yourself. I truly believe that the key difference in success is having a strong and supportive community around you. That's the difference in a group program. Group support will definitely help you take stronger steps towards achieving your goals. Are you ready to make substantial steps toward achieving your goals? Join a group of supportive women physicians! Join the Limitless 2022-2023 Interest List!   In This Episode  How to get the most value out of Transform [3:00] The power of curiosity [6:30] How to set yourself up for success [7:30] How you can transition yourself into loving nutrition and exercise [17:00] What you can accomplish in 10 minutes [24:00] What can happen when you have a supportive community to help you achieve your goals [28:00]   Quotes “There's an enormous amount of content and opportunity to participate live or select the classes that look fun to you.” [10:12] “My biggest takeaway for people listening to this is that it's much more than weight loss or fat loss. You actually do not have to have that as a goal at all. That was never my goal, whatsoever, and I was able to have my own transformation, mostly working with the thoughts and the thought work was the best for me.” [17:32] “More than anything, I have completely changed in every aspect of my life. In my work and my relationships, I was in a really toxic relationship and was able to establish boundaries. I learned that I was important and I was worth it. I was worth this work. My belief is that this works. Doing the thought work works. You can apply it anywhere. Even in some powerful situations like grief or overwhelm or stress, you name it, we can work on this. I believe it.” [26:58]   Resources Mentioned Join the Limitless 2022-2023 Interest List Find Out More About Limitless Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 119: Personal Stories of Transformation Part 2 Episode 118: Personal Stories of Transformation Episode 96: Dr. Shillcutt on Discovering Self-Love Through Boundaries

On Cloud
The power and promise of wearable cognitive assistance

On Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:20


Every so often, a technology comes along that has the power to change how we view and perform in the world. One of those just might be wearable cognitive assistance (WCA) devices. In this episode, David talks with Carnegie Mellon University professor Mahadev Satyanarayanan and Deloitte's Arpan Tiwari about how WCA, via leveraging the edge and AI to augment human capabilities, will transform the way we work and live, and open up worlds of knowledge and ability to anyone who wears a device. Wearable Cognitive Assistance | Deloitte US

Brain Lenses
Cognitive Immunology

Brain Lenses

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:25


More information about Brain Lenses at brainlenses.com.BL supporters receive an additional episode of the show each week. Info about becoming a supporter at the above address, or at Understandary.com.Read the written version of this episode: This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit brainlenses.substack.com/subscribe

Purr Podcast
Summer Cat Bite with Dr. Sarah Heath

Purr Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 10:12


Dr. Sarah Heath is joining us for this short summer cat bite. Taped in beautiful Rhodes, Greece, during ISFM. Dr. Sarah Heath is from the UK and talks about cat behavior and the importance of thinking about the health triad: the interplay between emotional, cognitive, and physical health. One of the topics is zero pain in cats. A cool 10 minutes in the Greek heat of summer.

TopMedTalk
Cognitive Prehabilitation - panel discussion | EBPOM Chicago

TopMedTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:19


This vital discussion brings to the fore the realities of cognitive prehabilitation, what is possible, how do we do it right and why does it work? Linking back to a presentation which we've heard earlier on TopMedTalk - https://topmedtalk.libsyn.com/cognitive-prehabilitation-ebpom-chicago?_ga=2.222682203.1756392790.1657624918-966310048.1569589661 - the panel add context and experience to the picture. If you'd like to attend an Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) conference please follow this link to their site here: www.ebpom.org Chaired by Feyce M. Peralta, obstetrical anesthesiologist, Program Director for the Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship and Director of Faculty Development for the Department of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine with guest speaker, Michelle Humeidan, Associate Professor, Neuroanesthesiology, Associate Faculty, Institute for Behavioural Medicine Research, Medical Director, Enhanced Surgical Recovery and panelists; Charles Hogue, Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University in Chicago, Sol Aronson, Professor Emeritus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina and additional contributions from Mike Grocott, Professor of Anaesthesia and critical care at the University of Southampton, Desiree Chappell VP Clinical Quality for NorthStar Anesthesia and Monty Mythen, Smiths Medical Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care.

Techmeme Ride Home
(Portfolio Profile) Cognitive Talent Solutions

Techmeme Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 40:35 Very Popular


Check out Cognitive Talent Solutions here, or get in touch with me to put you in touch with them.And if you'd like to invest in CTS, subscribe and invest to the Ride Home Fund by August 30th here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Serious Inquiries Only
SIO336: How Night People Suffer in a Morning Person World

Serious Inquiries Only

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 54:32


It's part 2! This time we talk about melatonin, and then go on through the many negative outcomes associated with being a night person in this horrible morning person world. It's a lot. But there's like one good thing so that's cool. Links: Li et al (2019) - Melatonin to treat secondary sleep disorders, Brzezinski et al (2005) - Melatonin and sleep, Schrire (2021) - Safety of high dose melatonin in adults, Wei et al (2020) - Safety and efficacy of melatonin for children, Grigg-Damberger & Ianakieva (2017) Poor quality control of OTC melatonin, Yam et al (2014) Morning employees are perceived as better employees, Hepburn, Ortiz, & Locksley (1984) Stereotypes of evening types, Zielinska et al (2021) Political orientation and chronotype, Norbury (2021) Depression and chronotype, Antypa et al (2015) Anxiety and chronotype, Cox & Olatunji (2019) Anxiety and chronotype, Durmus et al (2017) ADHD and sleep, McGowan et al (2016) ADHD and sleep in adults, Preckel et al (2011) Cognitive ability, and academic achievement, Gorgol et al (2018) IQ, conscientiousness, and chronotype, Bhar et al (2022) Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance, Lotti et al (2022) Cardiometabolic Risk, Cancer, and Depression, Hasler et al (2013) Chronotype and reward response, Ahrens & Ahmed (2019) Sleep deprivation, reward circuitry, and addiction, Kivela et al (2018) Chronotype and psychiatric disorders, Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, Kantermann et al (2007) Transition to DST, Allebrandt et al (2014) Chronotype and seasonal sleep duration

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg
The Scent of a Memory

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 24:59 Very Popular


Smell is our most evocative sense, with instant associations with emotions and memories. Cognitive neuroscientist Rachel Herz, PhD, explains why she loves the stink of a skunk, why a blow to the head can kill off your sense of smell, and how you get a new nose every month. Plus… why stores, hotels, and other brands create signature scents. https://rachelherz.com/   Sign up for our newsletter at www.ThisIsYourBrain.com 

Ben Greenfield Fitness
Q&A 444: The Latest Tricks For Cognitive Performance, Ketosis Confusion, Muscle Cramping Fixes, Peeing At Night, Microdosing & More!

Ben Greenfield Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 81:55 Very Popular


In today's episode, Dr. Jay Wiles connect on all things Cognitive performance, ketones and ketone esters, the real fix to muscle cramping, the potential threat I find with micro dosing,  and at the end, we take on your questions! We'll touch on how the power of the breath and how it can actually increase physical performance, endurance and recovery. Cognition decline performance, what it is, signs it's starting and practices we've had first hand experience with in combating the effects of subjective cognition decline; through photocoagulation with red light therapy it's been found to have remarkable results on promoting brain health and function. Also we review the immediate effects and benefits of HIIT and essentially using it as "Exercise that gets you smart". Through extensive research it's been shown that HIIT is a great way to fight off what is called "Aggregates" a type of protein that acts as "plaque" to the brain, which has been linked to Alzheimer's Disease. Plus, we do some good old debunking on the old "carbs after the gym, bro", what ketone esters are, how they assist us in generating more substantial energy and there effect is has on our brain. The studies that have been condoned to monitor athlete's performance utilizing ketones, ketone esters as well as the effect when applied when a carbohydrate diet. We'll touch a bit on what causes muscle cramps and how the "pickle juice" method really works with our neurochemistry more than it does anything else. Common belief is linked to dehydration and electro light deficiency and while that is true there is quite a bit more to it than just that. Today you'll get the real reason why cramps happen to athletes and what measures can me taken to start to prevent it. Diving even deeper into the concept you'll learn the 3 common "weakest links" within athletes and how to fix them. You'll get my two cents on why I've tuned it down on plant medicine, what trend I am starting to see take place and what inevitable consequences I see unfolding for those that experiment with ignorance. Believe it or not - You're opening yourself up to a spiritual realm far beyond our human experience which should not be provoked with inexperienced travelers. Not to get it wrong with the positive benefits it does offer but to bring awareness and education to those whom may be dabbling too far down the rabbit hole. Have a question you'd like Ben to answer on the podcast? Click here, or use the 'contact' button in the free Ben Greenfield Life app. Prior to asking your question, do a search in the upper right-hand corner of this website for the keywords associated with your question. Many of the questions we receive have already been answered here at Ben Greenfield Life!   Episode sponsors: –Lucy Nicotine Gum: If you are looking for a cleaner and tastier alternative to other nicotine products, this product is for you. To save 20% on any order, just use discount code BEN20. –Butcher Box: Delivers healthy 100% grass-fed and finished beef, free-range organic chicken, and heritage breed pork directly to your door monthly. All their products are humanely raised and never given antibiotics or hormones. -Chili Technologies: ChiliSleep makes both the chiliPAD and OOLER, innovative options that fit over the top of your mattress and use water to control the temperature of your bed and help lower your core body temperature to trigger deep, relaxing sleep. -Inside Tracker: Created by leading scientists in aging, genetics, and biometrics, Inside Tracker analyzes your blood, DNA, and fitness tracking data to identify where you're optimized—and where you're not. -Kion Aminos: Building blocks for muscle recovery, reduced cravings, better cognition, immunity, and more.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Report Card with Nat Malkus: Christina Brown and Heather Schofield on Cognitive Endurance

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022


On this episode of The Report Card, Nat interviews Christina Brown and Heather Schofield, two of the authors of Cognitive Endurance as Human Capital. Nat, Christina, and Heather discuss what cognitive endurance is and why it’s important, PISA, an elaborate field experiment in India, disparities in American schools, shortening standardized tests, students in Pakistan, mazes […]

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
119. Personal Stories of Transformation Part 2

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 35:46


Making transformations in a group setting is more fun and it helps you feel better, faster! This is part two of personal transformation stories from the women physicians in my group programs and they're sharing the benefits of group coaching, how to practically set and stick to your goals, and why you really do have to trust the process.   Key Takeaways Pick and choose what's right for you: live sessions or replays Small changes over time yield huge results Prioritize yourself so you can take care of everyone else, too   Group Programs for Physical and Mental Transformations Group coaching is so much fun! You have such a supportive group of women physicians around you to encourage you to reach your goals faster than if you were going it alone.  But it's not just physical transformations that happen in my group programs. Mental transformations are a huge part of the journey you'll go on, especially since we do so much thought work.  Showing up for a group program is also entirely in your hands - you can attend all the live classes or you can watch the replay videos… the most important part is that you're making regular time for yourself to do this work.   Trust the Process One of the other biggest takeaways from my group program participants is that what we do isn't a diet. You're not put on some strict eating plan at all, instead, we work with a Mindful Macros approach to help you develop your own meal plans, listen to your hunger cues, and see which foods treat your body best. The process I teach works, you just need to trust it. Once you trust the process, you'll be more likely to trust yourself, too - because that's what this is all about. Teaching you the skills you need to trust yourself in whatever you want to do, no matter what goal you're setting. You are always worth investing in. Your value is important. You are going to change the parts of your life that you want to change. How do you make sure you're making progress toward your goals? Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  How working out with other people is more fun and helps you feel better faster [4:45] The importance of scheduling time for your goals in your calendar [11:15] What happens mentally when you realize you don't have to be on a diet [17:45] Why you have to trust the process [18:45] How you learn more about yourself and your thought patterns when coaching with Ali [26:30] What happens when you believe in your own value [30:00]   Quotes “It was physical changes but it was a lot more mental changes. Once I got the physical stuff down, I started working on those thought distortions and perfectionism. I am really hard on myself, I have high expectations for me. I really had to work on giving myself grace to try to just relax and realize I don't have to do it all perfectly, I don't have to solve everyone's problems and have an answer for everyone that comes into my office.” [5:23] “I don't have to have all the answers right now. I can still learn and make really intentional choices. When I really work on the thought work, that's where the magic is. I have the power to transform my life and make it into whatever I want it to be.” [6:21] “Trust the process. It really does work if you do the process and the thought work, you are going to change parts of your life that you want to change.” [18:58] “I got to a place where I truly trusted myself. I not only trusted Ali and this Mindful Macros program, but I trusted myself. I was able to develop my own meal plan and truly listen to my hunger cues, see which foods actually do right by me. The concept of eating whatever you want, that there are no bad foods, was mindblowing to me, it's a very different mentality. What I was looking for before, I didn't quite find here, but I found so much more.” [28:21]   Resources Mentioned Join the Limitless 2022-2023 Interest List Find Out More About Limitless Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 118: Personal Stories of Transformation Episode 105: Go All-In On You Episode 104: Capability + Commitment = Transformation

Neurology Minute
Continuum: Cognitive Syndromes Associated With Movement Disorders - Part 2

Neurology Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 2:56


In part 2 of a 2-part series, Jennifer G. Goldman, MD, MS, FAAN, discusses her article, "Cognitive Syndromes Associated With Movement Disorders" from the June Continuum Dementia issue. This article and the accompanying Continuum Audio interview are available to subscribers at continpub.com/CogMovement. This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.  

Brain Inspired
BI 142 Cameron Buckner: The New DoGMA

Brain Inspired

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 103:16


Check out my short video series about what's missing in AI and Neuroscience. Support the show to get full episodes and join the Discord community. Cameron Buckner is a philosopher and cognitive scientist at The University of Houston. He is writing a book about the age-old philosophical debate on how much of our knowledge is innate (nature, rationalism) versus how much is learned (nurture, empiricism). In the book and his other works, Cameron argues that modern AI can help settle the debate. In particular, he suggests we focus on what types of psychological "domain-general faculties" underlie our own intelligence, and how different kinds of deep learning models are revealing how those faculties may be implemented in our brains. The hope is that by building systems that possess the right handful of faculties, and putting those systems together in a way they can cooperate in a general and flexible manner, it will result in cognitive architectures we would call intelligent. Thus, what Cameron calls The New DoGMA: Domain-General Modular Architecture. We also discuss his work on mental representation and how representations get their content - how our thoughts connect to the natural external world. Cameron's Website.Twitter: @cameronjbuckner.Related papersEmpiricism without Magic: Transformational Abstraction in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks.A Forward-Looking Theory of Content.Other sources Cameron mentions:Innateness, AlphaZero, and Artificial Intelligence (Gary Marcus).Radical Empiricism and Machine Learning Research (Judea Pearl).Fodor's guide to the Humean mind (Tamás Demeter). 0:00 - Intro 4:55 - Interpreting old philosophy 8:26 - AI and philosophy 17:00 - Empiricism vs. rationalism 27:09 - Domain-general faculties 33:10 - Faculty psychology 40:28 - New faculties? 46:11 - Human faculties 51:15 - Cognitive architectures 56:26 - Language 1:01:40 - Beyond dichotomous thinking 1:04:08 - Lower-level faculties 1:10:16 - Animal cognition 1:14:31 - A Forward-Looking Theory of Content

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg
Coming Friday - The Scent of a Memory

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 0:56 Very Popular


Smell is our most evocative sense, with instant associations with emotions and memories. Cognitive neuroscientist Rachel Herz, PhD, explains why she loves the stink of a skunk, why a blow to the head can kill off your sense of smell, and how you get a new nose every month.  Debuts Friday July 29th, 2022

Education Bookcast
130. How children learn that the Earth is not flat

Education Bookcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:33


I stumbled across a fascinating paper looking into how children conceptualise the world around them. Mental Models of the Earth: A Study of Conceptual Change in Childhood shares an experiment where children were asked questions about the shape of the Earth, and the authors found six (!) different mental models that the children had: rectangular, disc-shaped, spherical, flattened sphere, hollow sphere, and the bizarre "dual Earth" model. There are important theoretical and pedagogical implications of an enquiry like this. Cognitive scientists argue about the right way to think about novices' preconceptions - do they have small, fragmented pieces of knowledge with no consistency on further probing; or self-consistent "alternative theories" that can generate answers to novel questions, albeit wrong answers? The answer to that theoretical question leads to different implications about teaching - are we aiming to provide knowledge where there is very little, and consolidate the little bits of correct thinking into a larger whole; or are we looking to change children's theories of how the world works, which would generate some resistance from the children, and would require careful targeting of the weak points of their existing models? In the case of basic astronomy, this paper supports the latter view, that children construct self-consistent "alternative theories" that make sense as a whole, given the constraints on their thinking based on their everyday experiences. There are some fascinating examples of children making up imaginative models to accord with what they've been told and what they have experienced, and overall it offers a window into the way that children think. Enjoy the episode. *** REFERENCES Mental Models of the Earth: a Study of Conceptual Change in Childhood by Vosniadou & Brewer (1992) SUPPORT If you would like to join the Education Bookcast community and support this podcast, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/edubookcast.

The Growthcast with Dallas Pruitt | Presented by The Multifamily Mindset

In this episode of The Growthcast, Dallas Pruitt talks about the very valuable skill of cognitive reframing. This podcast is brought to you by The Multifamily Mindset. 

Neurology Minute
Continuum: Cognitive Syndromes Associated With Movement Disorders - Part 1

Neurology Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 3:46


In part 1 of a 2-part series, Jennifer G. Goldman, MD, MS, FAAN, discusses her article, "Cognitive Syndromes Associated With Movement Disorders" from the June Continuum Dementia issue. This article and the accompanying Continuum Audio interview are available to subscribers at continpub.com/CogMovement. This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.

Shardcast: The Brandon Sanderson Podcast
Silver Killing Spren!? June 2022 Spoiler Stream Words of Brandon P1

Shardcast: The Brandon Sanderson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 134:36


It's time for Words of Brandon on the June 2022 spoiler stream! This part one of two, so stay tuned next week for movie things. In this episode, we discuss some insane things about silver, Nightblood stomach mechanics, the return of asterisk, and... flavors of Investiture? Like what they all taste like, not a Spiritual thing. WoB episodes are wild. This episode we have Eric (Chaos), Evgeni (Argent), Jessie (Lady Lameness), and Veronica (Cheyenne Sedai)! Link to spoiler stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVJmMW3UUrg King's Wild Project Mistborn cards: https://kingswildproject.com/collections/mistborn Dragonsteel Prime sample chapters: https://www.brandonsanderson.com/dragonsteel-prime-chapter-25-bridge-four-1/ Chapters: 00:00 Introductions and Show & Tell 9:32 Is Nazh embedding in the Stonewards? 11:44 Deadeyes in Shadesmar 16:23 Hoid collecting every Investiture granting special effects 20:16