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Best podcasts about Psychological Science

Latest podcast episodes about Psychological Science

Keen On Democracy
Paul Thagard: Why Balance Is Essential in Our Vertiginous Age

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:44


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Paul Thagard, author of Balance: How It Works and What It Means. Paul Thagard is distinguished professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Waterloo and a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the Cognitive Science Society, and the Association for Psychological Science. His books include The Brain and the Meaning of Life (2010); Natural Philosophy: From Social Brains to Knowledge, Reality, Morality, and Beauty (2019); and Bots and Beasts: What Makes Machines, Animals, and People Smart? (2021). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seize The Moment Podcast
Stuart Vyse: The Utility of Delusions (Why It's Not Always Rational to be Rational) | STM #136

Seize The Moment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 89:32


On episode 136, we welcome behavioral scientist Stuart Vyse to discuss the practical benefits of certain delusional beliefs; love-at-first-sight as a defense mechanism to foster romance; whether we can prevent the emotional crash that normally results from idealizing our partners; the mindset of defensive pessimism as a way to reduce the probably of future physical and emotional harm; the benefits of optimistic and idealistic thinking in setting goals and sustaining effort to achieve them; the benefits of perceiving others as having fixed personality traits despite the significant influence of environments on decision-making; the natural illusion of free-will and why people are often averse to considering determinism as a plausible alternative; the downside of hyper-rationality and why some level of delusional thinking is recommended; and the correlation of the belief in free-will with a need to punish others. Stuart Vyse is a behavioral scientist, teacher, and writer. He taught at Providence College, the University of Rhode Island, and Connecticut College. Vyse's book Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstition won the 1999 William James Book Award of the American Psychological Association. He is a contributing editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine, where he writes the “Behavior & Belief” column, and a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science and of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. His newest book, out now, is called The Uses of Delusion: Why It's Not Always Rational to Be Rational.  Psychologist Stuart Vyse's new book, The Uses of Delusion, is about aspects of human nature that are not altogether rational but, nonetheless, help us achieve our social and personal goals. In his book, and in this conversation, Vyse presents an accessible exploration of the psychological concepts behind useful delusions, fleshing out how delusional thinking may play a role in love and relationships, illness and loss, and personality and behavior. Throughout, Vyse strives to answer the question: why would some of our most illogical beliefs be as helpful as they are? Vyse also suggests that evolutionary pressures may have led to the ability to fool ourselves in order to survive. | Stuart Vyse | ► Website | https://stuartvyse.com/ ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/stuartvyse ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/stuartvyse ► The Uses of Delusion Book | https://amzn.to/3xZ9oda Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast  ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders
Clint Evans, The Behavior Chef, on Building Healthy Habits

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 42:13


Summertime is now fully upon us, and with that, the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather. Summer is also the perfect time to take a look at our habits related to health, wellness, exercise, and nutrition. Let's face it—it's easy to live a sedentary life as a writer. But what good is it to build a business around our writing, or write lots of books, only to lack energy and cut our lives short because we haven't taken care of ourselves? My guest today is here to help us develop a better mindset around all these issues. His name is Clint Evans, and he is the founder and creator of The Behavior Chef. Clint is a recovering binge-restrict eater and yo-yo dieter. Clint has found success in weight loss and Nutritional Behavior Change for himself (losing according to personal values over 90 pounds) and continues to do so with the unique understanding of Nutritional Coaching and the Psychological Science known as Applied Behavior Analysis. Clint has been in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for the past 8 years. After becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, he noticed the field pushing into Health, Sports, and Fitness, but not much push was seen specifically for nutrition. This is where The Behavior Chef was born. Clint is currently certified by Precision Nutrition as a Level One Nutrition Coach. Clint and his co-host Tony host the Behavior Chef Podcast as well. In this conversation, we dive into all things nutrition and wellness for writers. Clint gives us a rundown of what applied behavior analysis is and why it's helpful for writers, how to break out of negative health patterns with small steps, and how better eating and sleep can support your writing. To learn more and connect with Clint, you can do so through the links below: https://www.behaviorchef.com/ Follow Clint on Facebook Connect with Clint on Instagram Check out Clint on Twitter Follow Clint on TikTok Subscribe to The Behavior Chef Podcast Follow The Behavior Chef Community on Facebook *** Check out my NEW book: 18 Words to Live By: A Father's Wisdom on What Matters Most. Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Community.      Connect with Kent:     https://DailyWriterLife.com     Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders     Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders     LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders     Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders    

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
278: Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:42


Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Dr. Jodi Quas to discuss new research on forensic interviews for minor victims of human trafficking. They review what the research is saying, strategies to work with minors, and how this research is being disseminated for implementation. Dr. Jodi Quas Jodi Quas, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychological Science at the University of California, Irvine. Her work is recognized across the globe for advancing knowledge of children's eyewitness capabilities, abuse disclosure, and of the consequences of legal involvement on child victims, witnesses, and defendants. She has received numerous awards for her work and student training. She is dedicated to pursuing rigorous science on crucial topics relevant to identifying and intervening on behalf of victimized children, and to disseminating findings to law enforcement, legal and medical professionals, educators, and social service professionals in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, with funding from the National Science Foundation and the Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center, she has been focused on improving legal interventions for adolescent victims of abuse and commercial sexual exploitation. Key Points The anti-human trafficking research community has been developing tools and forensic interview approaches for child victims of human trafficking. During investigations, it is important to give adolescents control by pausing and listening to them. Nationwide surveys with law enforcement, forensic interviewers, school psychologists, health care providers, et-cetera have assisted to understand what approaches are currently being used during investigations to know what changes are needed. Rapport building and trust in the beginning is crucial with adolescent victims. Resources Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center (CINA) Adolescent and Childhood Experience Lab Love the show? Consider supporting us on Patreon! Become a Patron Transcript Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 278, Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas. Production Credits [00:00:13] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential. Dave [00:00:33] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak. Sandie [00:00:39] And my name is Sandie Morgan. Dave [00:00:41] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, we've had so many conversations over the years of thinking about children and the unfortunate connection with trafficking and there's so many things for us to learn and I'm thrilled today to be able to welcome back a guest. Absolutely an expert in so many of these areas and it's going to help us to really think about identification and interacting with victims. I'm so pleased to welcome back to the show, Jodi Quas. She is professor of psychological science at the University of California, Irvine. Her work is recognized across the globe for advancing knowledge of children's eyewitness capabilities, abuse disclosure, and of the consequences of legal involvement on child victims, witnesses, and defendants. She has received numerous awards for her work and student training. She's dedicated to pursuing rigorous science on crucial topics relevant to identifying and intervening on behalf of victimized children and disseminating findings to law enforcement, legal, and medical professionals, educators and social service professionals in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, with funding from the National Science Foundation and the Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center, she has been focused on improving legal interventions for adolescent...

Living Corporate
The Psychology of Microaggressions (w/ Dr. Danielle King)

Living Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 46:39


Zach sits down with Dr. Danielle King, Assistant Professor, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Department of Psychological Sciences, School of Social Sciences to talk about her research of micro-aggressions for Black professionals at work. Want to know more about our LinkedIn Learning courses? Check them out! https://bit.ly/3k4havy Connect with Dr. King on LinkedIn & Twitter. https://bit.ly/3tPvfTn https://bit.ly/3y8YOS4 Read the research paper mentioned in the show titled "When thriving requires effortful surviving: Delineating manifestations and resource expenditure outcomes of microaggressions for Black employees." https://bit.ly/3QBkFc3 Watch the video of Dr. King and her colleagues describing their work on the research paper. https://bit.ly/39Dc6Nk Interested in supporting Living Corporate? Check out our Support page. https://bit.ly/3egO3Dk

Brave UX with Brendan Jarvis
Jason Buhle, PhD

Brave UX with Brendan Jarvis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 74:20


Jason Buhle discusses what's important when moving from academia to industry, UX research as a career path, and why usability research matters. Highlights include: ⭐ Why is Neil Gaiman's Sandman your LinkedIn banner image? ⭐ What did you learn when you moved from academic research to UX research? ⭐ Have you hired someone for a UXR role from a UX bootcamp background? ⭐ Why is there less rigorous usability research being conducted as UX research grows? ⭐ Do academic-origin UX researchers see usability research as beneath them?  ====== Who is Jason Buhle? Jason is a Managing Director at AnswerLab, the world's largest independent consultancy, exclusively focused on UX Research. At AnswerLab, Jason leads a team of a dozen UX Strategists, responsible for designing research programmes for some of the world's most important and innovative companies, such as Google, Meta, Amazon, eBay, FedEx and Wells Fargo. In 2012, Jason was awarded a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from Columbia University, for his research into cognitive and emotional control.  His related academic work has been cited over 5,000 times and features in 16 peer-reviewed publications, including top journals such as Psychological Science, Cerebral Cortex, and Nature Reviews Neuroscience. ====== Find Jason here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonbuhle/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasonbuhle Website: http://www.jasonbuhle.com/ ====== Liked what you heard and want to hear more? Subscribe and support the show by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts (or wherever you listen). Follow us on our other social channels for more great Brave UX content! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TheSpaceInBetween/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-space-in-between/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thespaceinbetw__n/  ====== Hosted by Brendan Jarvis: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendanjarvis/ Website: https://thespaceinbetween.co.nz/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/brendanjarvis/

Your Life In Process
The Psychological Science of Yoga with Dr. Julie Kangas

Your Life In Process

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 62:57


Yoga is increasingly popular as a way to manage stress and anxiety and improve overall well-being. Why is yoga so effective, and what makes it different from exercise? What can research tell us about the key components that make yoga work? If you are new to yoga, or a seasoned practitioner, you will love this discussion between Dr. Julie Kangas and Dr. Diana Hill on the science and wisdom of yoga. About Dr. Julie KangasJulie Kangas, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist, certified yoga teacher, and certified compassion meditation teacher. She is an associate clinical professor at University of California, San Diego and a psychologist at the San Diego VA. Her current research interests include applying yoga and meditation as treatments for mental and physical illness. She serves as the Director of the Advanced Fellowship for Women's Health and teaches doctoral and post-doctoral candidates in clinical psychology. She is the Chair of the Women's Mental Health Committee, a Women's Health Champion, and a member of the Diversity Action Committee, focused on training. She was recently honored by the George W. Bush Presidential Center as a leadership scholar for her work serving post-9/11 Veterans. Key TakeawaysPsychological science is showing that yoga is beneficial for mental health in addition to physical health Yoga offers benefits above and beyond exercise Three key components of yoga include physical activity, breathwork, and mindfulness It is important to be aware of cultural appropriation, consumerism, and inclusivity in yoga You don't need to have a “yoga body,” attend the perfect yoga class, or have a lot of time to start practicing today! Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download Your Daily Practice for Episode 25 Here) Learn more about https://drjuliekangas.com/ (Dr. Julie Kangas) https://insighttimer.com/drdianahill/guided-meditations/breathing-meditation-35 (Breathe with Diana on Insight Timer) Learn More about https://lightfully.com/ (Lightfully Behavioral Health ) Looking for a great yoga class? Check out https://www.yogasoup.com/ (Yoga Soup) Want to know more about breathing? Read https://bookshop.org/books/breath-the-new-science-of-a-lost-art/9780735213616 (Breath by James Nester) Want to explore cultural appropriation and yoga? Read https://bookshop.org/books/embrace-yoga-s-roots-courageous-ways-to-deepen-your-yoga-practice-9781734318104/9781734318111 (Embrace Yoga's Roots) Want to deepen your understanding of the tradition of yoga? Read https://bookshop.org/books/the-yamas-niyamas-exploring-yoga-s-ethical-practice-9780974470641/9780974470641 (The Yamas and Niyamas), https://bookshop.org/books/the-heart-of-yoga-developing-a-personal-practice/9780892817641 (The Heart of Yoga), and https://bookshop.org/books/the-heart-of-yoga-developing-a-personal-practice/9780892817641 (The Inner Tradition of Yoga). https://drdianahill.com/events/ (Join Diana at an upcoming events) Join Diana in https://drdianahill.com/values-rich-living-retreat-april-2023/ (Costa Rica on a Yoga Retreat)!  Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can contact me by email at podcast@yourlifeinprocess.com, leave me an audio message at (805) 457-2776, or message me on Instagram @drdianahill and remember when you become psychologically flexible, you become free.  Thank you to my team Craig, Angela Stubbs, Ashley Hiatt, Abby Diehl, and to our sponsorhttps://lightfully.com/ ( )InsightLA Meditation for making this podcast possible. Thank you to Benjamin Gould ofhttps://bellandbranch.com/ ( Bell & Branch) for your beautiful music.  Episode Segments[00:00] Introduction [01:56] Sponsor: Lightfully Behavior Health [03:46] What Is It About Yoga That Makes It Different From Exercise? [05:19] 3 Main Benefits of Yoga [08:21] Yoga For All Bodies [10:02] How Is Yoga Helpful For PTSD? [11:53] How To Breathe If You Are Anxious...

Stanford Psychology Podcast
50 - Michael Kraus: The US Is More Unequal Than You Think

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 48:56


Eric chats with Michael Kraus, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management. Michael's lab studies what behaviors and emotions maintain and perpetuate economic and social inequality in society. Michael's research has appeared in Psychological Review, Perspectives on Psychological Science, and Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.In this episode, Michael talks about his recent work on how much US-Americans overestimate how equal their country is. For example, why are some people motivated to deny the vast wealth inequality between Whites and African Americans? Michael then shares how he has successfully intervened to make people's estimates somewhat more accurate. Finally, Eric asks Michael about advice for young researchers and how he comes up with interesting research ideas. If that is not exciting enough, Michael even performs a power analysis live on the podcast! But not of the statistical kind…Paper: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2108875118 

Verstehen, fühlen, glücklich sein - der Achtsamkeitspodcast
99 | Achtsamkeit und Gesellschaft – Mit Achtsamkeit zu einer besseren Welt?

Verstehen, fühlen, glücklich sein - der Achtsamkeitspodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:39


Kann Achtsamkeit etwas zu einer besseren Welt beitragen? Kann Meditation dabei helfen, dass wir friedlicher zusammenleben, uns mehr miteinander verbunden fühlen und uns den Herausforderungen der Zeit besser annehmen können? Sinja und Boris finden viele gute Gründe dafür, dass dem so ist, und besprechen dazu wissenschaftliche Studien.Die beiden beschäftigen sich in der Podcast-Folge aber auch mit den Problemen davon, wie Achtsamkeit in der westlichen Welt verstanden und instrumentalisiert wird. Sie fragen sich, ob die jahrtausendealten Heilslehren des Buddhismus und anderer kontemplativer Traditionen im Kapitalismus pervertiert werden. Ob wir ein kaputtes System stabilisieren, dadurch, dass Stress zum Problem des Einzelnen gemacht wird, anstatt seine Ursachen in den Strukturen der Arbeitswelt zu suchen. Sie überlegen, wie individueller und systemischer Wandel ineinandergreifen können, so dass sie sich gegenseitig befruchten.Nach dieser Folge verabschieden sich Boris und Sinja in eine kleine Sommerpause! Im September sind sie zurück mit frischen Themen und guten Gedanken.Link zum Artikel des ZukunftsinstitutsCramer, H. (2019). Meditation in Deutschland: eine national repräsentative Umfrage. Complementary Medicine Research, 26(6), 382-389.Goyal, M., Singh, S., Sibinga, E. M., Gould, N. F., Rowland-Seymour, A., Sharma, R., ... & Haythornthwaite, J. A. (2014). Meditation programs for psychological stress and well-being: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA internal medicine, 174(3), 357-368.Khoury, B., Sharma, M., Rush, S. E., & Fournier, C. (2015). Mindfulness-based stress reduction for healthy individuals: A meta-analysis. Journal of psychosomatic research, 78(6), 519-528.Donald, J. N., Sahdra, B. K., Van Zanden, B., Duineveld, J. J., Atkins, P. W., Marshall, S. L., & Ciarrochi, J. (2019). Does your mindfulness benefit others? A systematic review and meta‐analysis of the link between mindfulness and prosocial behaviour. British Journal of Psychology, 110(1), 101-125.Förster, K., & Kanske, P. (2022). Upregulating positive affect through compassion: Psychological and physiological evidence. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 176, 100-107.Klimecki, O. M., Leiberg, S., Lamm, C., & Singer, T. (2013). Functional neural plasticity and associated changes in positive affect after compassion training. Cerebral cortex, 23(7), 1552-1561.Stocker, C., Willms, J., Koster, F., & Van den Brink, E. (2019). Mitgefühl üben: Das große Praxisbuch Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living (MBCL). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH.Walach, H., Nord, E., Zier, C., Dietz-Waschkowski, B., Kersig, S., & Schüpbach, H. (2007). Mindfulness-based stress reduction as a method for personnel development: A pilot evaluation. International Journal of Stress Management, 14(2), 188.Gebauer, J. E., Nehrlich, A. D., Stahlberg, D., Sedikides, C., Hackenschmidt, A., Schick, D., ... & Mander, J. (2018). Mind-body practices and the self: Yoga and meditation do not quiet the ego but instead boost self-enhancement. Psychological Science, 29(8), 1299-1308.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

The Academic Minute
Yuka Sasaki, Brown University – Sleep and Learning

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 2:30


How have you been sleeping? Yuka Sasaki, research professor in the department of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University, examines how sleep and learning are connected. Yuka Sasaki, PhD is a research Professor in Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences at Brown University. Her research aims to understand functions and sleep and the human […]

The Quicky
Should Australia Adopt Period Leave For Employees?

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 17:21


The Spanish Government recently announced that it is considering creating new laws that would give employees the right to take between 3 and 5 days off every month if they suffer from severe period pain. Several other countries around the world already have period leave, so should our Government consider implementing the same laws for people here? The Quicky speaks to an expert in women's health, and a specialist doctor to find out whether period leave is necessary for female workers, and if and how it could work here in Australia without bankrupting businesses. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at thequicky@mamamia.com.au CREDITS  Host: Emma Gillespie With thanks to: Dr Sonia Davison - Endocrinologist at the Jean Hailes Medical Centre, and President of the Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) who has a special interest in women's health, including gynaecological and general endocrinology. Sonia recently spoke at Mamamia's Very Peri Summit on the science behind Perimenopause Emilee Gilbert - Associate Professor in Psychological Science at the University of Western Sydney and an expert across a range of qualitative research methods, public health policies and practices, and the application of post-structural feminist theory to the analysis of issues surrounding gender, health and sexuality Producer: Emma Gillespie Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Your Life In Process
Mindfulness and Right Effort For Athletes with George Mumford

Your Life In Process

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 44:33


What does it mean to be a mindful athlete, in sport and life? How do you cultivate mindfulness as an athletic superpower to respond and perform more effectively? In today's episode of Your Life in Process, Diana and globally recognized speaker, teacher, and coach, George Mumford, discuss sport as a metaphor for life and how to employ spiritual superpowers to step up your inner game.  About George MumfordGeorge Mumford is a globally recognized speaker, teacher, and coach. Since 1989, he's been honing his gentle, but groundbreaking mindfulness techniques with people from locker rooms to boardrooms, Yale to jail.  Michael Jordan credits George with transforming his on-court leadership, helping the Bulls to six NBA championships, while Mumford has also worked with Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal, and countless other NBA players, Olympians, executives, and artists. Mumford's book The Mindful Athlete: Secrets to Pure Performance is both a memoir and instruction guide. He believes everyone has a masterpiece within, which he can show you how to access.  While at the University of Massachusetts – where he roomed with future Hall-of-Famer Julius Erving – injuries forced Mumford out of basketball and eventually into an addiction to pain medication and drugs. With the help of meditation and mindfulness, he got clean and made it his mission to teach and work with others.  Key TakeawaysMindfulness is an active skill that you can cultivate to respond more effectively to the world around you, which enhances your life and your sports performance.  Acceptance of physical discomfort without creating a story about the feeling can be a key piece to the spiritual superpower of willingness and surrender. Deepen your superpowers for life by practicing being present, focusing your mind, knowing yourself, and acting with right effort. Slowing down is a radical act of courage in our fast-paced world. Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download Your Daily Practice for Episode 24 Here) Learn more about https://georgemumford.com/ (George Mumford) Watch https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfAqkXr3IpLgiNw88qjLKtA (George Mumford's YouTube Channel) https://www.instagram.com/george.mumford/?hl=en (Follow George Mumford on Instagram) Read George Mumford's book: https://georgemumford.com/the-mindful-athlete-book/ (The Mindful Athlete: Secrets To Pure Performance ) Learn More about http://insightla.org/drdianahill (Insight LA) https://drdianahill.com/events/ (Diana's upcoming events) Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can contact me by email at podcast@yourlifeinprocess.com, leave me an audio message at (805) 457-2776, or message me on Instagram @drdianahill and remember when you become psychologically flexible, you become free. Stay tuned for my next episode on YLIP when I discuss The Psychological Science of Yoga with Julia Kangas Thank you to my team Craig, Angela Stubbs, Ashley Hiatt, Abby Diehl, and to our sponsorhttps://lightfully.com/ ( )InsightLA Meditation for making this podcast possible. Thank you to Benjamin Gould ofhttps://bellandbranch.com/ ( Bell & Branch) for your beautiful music.  Episode Segments[00:00] Introduction [02:27] Upcoming Events With Diana [03:14] Welcome George Mumford [03:50] The History Behind George Mumford and Phil Jackson [10:15] Mindfulness In Action [13:54] George Mumford's Recovery From Addiction [18:24] Spiritual Superpowers: Serenity, Acceptance, and Wisdom [21:58] Right Effort Beyond Winning [23:15] The Alarming Possibility of Being Able [28:27] Learning From Your Direct Experience [31:00] Body Awareness [36:22] Reacting vs. Responding [40:16] Your Daily Practice

BJKS Podcast
58. Cameron Brick: climate change, pro-environmental behaviour, and illusory essences

BJKS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 70:39


Cameron Brick is an Assistant Professor in Social Psychology at the University of Amsterdam. His research focuses on the psychological aspects of climate change. In this conversation, we talk about climate change, the psychological aspects behind it, the difficulty of defining pro-environmental behaviour, and his recent article on Illusory Essences in psychological (and neuroscientific) research.BJKS Podcast is a podcast about neuroscience, psychology, and anything vaguely related, hosted by Benjamin James Kuper-Smith. In 2022, episodes will appear irregularly, roughly twice per month. You can find the podcast on all podcasting platforms (e.g., Spotify, Apple/Google Podcasts, etc.). Timestamps0:00:04: How Cameron started working on the psychology of climate change0:06:24: What is the actual problem of climate change? And what can we do about it?0:21:47: What actually is "pro-environmental behaviour" and how can we measure it?0:32:35: What kind of person is pro-environemtnal, and why?0:38:54: Start discussing Illusory Essences0:45:20: Formal models in psychology0:47:23: Are the Big-5 in personality an illusory essence?1:01:17: How to solve the problem of illusory essencesPodcast linksWebsite: https://geni.us/bjks-podTwitter: https://geni.us/bjks-pod-twtCameron's linksWebsite: https://geni.us/brick-webGoogle Scholar: https://geni.us/brick-scholarTwitter: https://geni.us/brick-twtBen's linksWebsite: https://geni.us/bjks-webGoogle Scholar: https://geni.us/bjks-scholarTwitter: https://geni.us/bjks-twtReferencesBrick, Hood, Ekroll & De-Wit (2022). Illusory essences: A bias holding back theorizing in psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science.Brick & van der Linden (2018). Yawning at the Apocalypse. ThePsychologist.Brick, Sherman & Kim (2017). “Green to be seen” and “brown to keep down”: Visibility moderates the effect of identity on pro-environmental behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology.Brick & Lewis (2016). Unearthing the “green” personality: Core traits predict environmentally friendly behavior. Environment and Behavior.Smaldino (2017). Models are stupid, and we need more of them. Computational social psychology.Spence, Poortinga & Pidgeon (2012). The psychological distance of climate change. Risk Analysis: An International Journal.Srivastava (2010). The five-factor model describes the structure of social perceptions. Psychological Inquiry.Updegraff, Brick, Emanuel, Mintzer & Sherman (2015). Message framing for health: moderation by perceived susceptibility and motivational orientation in a diverse sample of Americans. Health Psychology.Wittgenstein (1953). Philosophical investigations.Background on why I laughed at Cameron mentioning Brian Wansick: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/stephaniemlee/brian-wansink-cornell-p-hackingWhere I learnt to floss by doing only 1 tooth per day: Fogg, B. J. (2019). Tiny habits: The small changes that change everything.Borges's short story about maps: https://genius.com/Jorge-luis-borges-on-exactitude-in-science-annotated

ALPHAS ONLY CLUB
MEN WHO ACT EMOTIONAL

ALPHAS ONLY CLUB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 37:36


Today, feminism and modern society promotes boys and young men to show their emotions. This is one of the biggest topics and arguments they use to fight toxic masculinity. Maybe even your mom, sister, or girlfriend has mentioned that you need to be more emotional. But why is it that when men show their emotions to women, they lose her respect, she wants more space, leaves them on read, and eventually leaves them. Men are confused, they are being told a fantasy but then see the reality of being an emotional man. A study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that a woman is more attracted to a man when she is uncertain about how much he likes her. As other research has found, women who believed the men liked them a lot were more attracted to the men than women who thought the men liked them only an average amount. However, the women who found the men most attractive were the ones who weren't sure whether those men were into them or not. “The most important of these skills, and power's crucial foundation, is the ability to master your emotions. An emotional response to a situation is the single greatest barrier to power, a mistake that will cost you a lot more than any temporary satisfaction you might gain by expressing your feelings.” - 48 Laws of Power “For men, learning to maintain emotional self control is essential to being masculine, attractive to women and creating the conditions that make all personal and professional goals possible. Whether it's negotiating a business deal, pay raise, keeping your job, investing in the stock market or simply having loving and healthy relationships with people you love and care about, emotional self control makes it all possible. Without it, anger, fear, rage and hopelessness takes over and can destroy your life by turning the women you desire off and causing other people to not want to have anything to do with you. It's always better to take your time to analyze and contemplate your options and future actions, so you can respond in a superior way by remaining calm, peaceful and relaxed, instead of becoming hijacked by your emotions, which never leads to desirable outcomes.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne If you guys truly feel like I changed your life or helped you. You can donate to my podcast to help support! All funds go towards helping other men just like yourself. ALPHAS ONLY CLUB is focused on changing the beta male mindset to the alpha mindset that only the strong men share. "STOP SIMPING, START PIMPING" My mission is to help the weak, insecure, needy beta males also known as SIMPS. Today, most young men have this politically correct mindset. I'm teaching beta males to unlock their true inner alpha and become a 3% Man. alphasonlyclub.com by Logan Duong --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alphasonlyclub/support

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast
The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 519 – Full Throttle Thursday – A Conversation with Mattias Desmet

David Neagle | The Successful Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 70:29


Mattias Desmet is a professor of clinical psychology at Ghent University in Belgium. He lectures on psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and the process of how society gets hypnotized on a mass scale. He has a PhD in Psychological Sciences and a master's degree in statistics. His new book, The Psychology of Totalitarianism, comes out June 23 and […] The post The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 519 – Full Throttle Thursday – A Conversation with Mattias Desmet appeared first on Successful Mind Podcast.

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2372: Life Balance Disruptors and Protectors: How to Find Better Life Balance and Improve Wellbeing by Rachael Kable

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 11:17


Rachael Kable helps you find better life balance and improve wellbeing Episode 2372: Life Balance Disruptors and Protectors: How to Find Better Life Balance and Improve Wellbeing by Rachael Kable Rachael Kable is the vibrant and warm-hearted creator of The Mindful Kind podcast. Described by her listeners as “genuine, down-to-earth and encouraging”, Rachael is passionate about empowering people around the world to live more mindfully in fun, simple and meaningful ways. With a Bachelor of Psychological Science, Certificate in Coaching and Counselling and experience as a Helpline volunteer on the Anxiety Recovery Centre, Rachael embarked on her blogging and podcasting journey in late 2015. Hoping to share her personal stories and experiences with mindfulness, including how mindful living helped her manage stress and improve her wellbeing, Rachael's passion and knowledge attracted listeners and readers from all over the world. The original post is located here: https://www.rachaelkable.com/blog/life-balance-disruptors-and-protectors  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

HRchat Podcast
Consequences of Hiring Candidates Who Don't Fit with Company Values with Margarida Rafael, Workzinga

HRchat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 25:47


In this HRchat episode, we ask what happens if you hire people who do not align with your values? Listen too, as we delve into better ways to implement and validate candidate assessments.Bill's returning guest is Margarida Rafael, Head of Psychological Sciences at Workzinga, a job search and hiring platform emphasizing company culture fit. Margarida works as a researcher and assessment content creator.   Questions For Margarida Include:How do leaders decide what type of company they want to be / the values they stand for?Where does the culture of an org really come from? Is it top-down? How do employees contribute?How can HR be relentless with the mission to hire folks who really fit with the company culture?Can you now talk about the process of validating assessments (or lack thereof)? What are the processes and checks needed? How is Workzinga's proprietary Culture Fit Assessment validated and why would you say Workzinga's Culture Fit Assessment is better than other options in the market? What are some mistakes made in the interview when assessing culture fit?How can candidates learn what the culture is like at a prospective employer? Follow up: How can recruiters help with ensuring a culture fit? What happens if you hire people who do not align with your values?More About MargaridaHer clinical experience in the administration and the development of a variety of psychological tests culminated in a full-time dedication to research in the industrial and organizational field.Margarida continues to see patients in her own private practice for therapy and psychological assessments.She previously appeared on the podcast in episode 417 and will be part of the Workzinga team exhibiting at the SHRM Conference and Expo (booth 3449) in New Orleans between June 12 and 15. We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast, and Iceni Media Inc.  

Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Michael Slepian on the Secret Life of Secrets: How Do We Trust Others With Our Secrets EP 146

Passion Struck with John R. Miles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 63:05


Michael Slepian - The Secret Life of Secrets: How Do We Trust Others With Our Secrets | Brought to you by Babbel - https://babbel.com/passionstruck. Who is Michael Slepian? Michael Slepian Ph.D. is the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia University. A recipient of the Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science, he is the leading expert on the psychology of secrets. Today we are discussing his book (which releases today), THE SECRET LIFE OF SECRETS: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are. His research has been covered by The New York Times, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, the BBC, etc. --► Buy Michael Slepian's New Book, The Secret Life of Secrets: https://amzn.to/3GPbIaF (Amazon link) Thank you, Babbel, for sponsoring the podcast: * Babbel is the new way to learn a foreign language. Save up to 60 % off your subscription when you go to https://babbel.com/PASSIONSTRUCK. Click here for the full show notes: -- ► https://passionstruck.com/michael-slepian-the-secret-life-of-secrets/  --► Subscribe to My Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283  *Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/passionstruck. Thank you for listening to this podcast. I hope you keep up with the weekly videos I post on the YouTube channel, subscribe to, and share your learnings with those who need to hear them. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say 'Hey' ;). What I discuss with Michael Slepian 0:00 Announcements 2:23 Introducing Michael Slepian 3:59 Family secrets 7:53 What is the definition of a secret? 9:03 How is secrecy different from privacy? 10:54 The 38 categories of secrets that people keep 13:43 The secrets of Tony Soprano and Edward Snowden 16:10 How does the concealing of secrets impact well-being? 20:26 How a chimpanzee helps illustrate the birth of secrets 28:27 Advice for how to handle secrecy with your kids 31:12 Groundbreaking hill slant research on secrets 35:23 Importance of doing secrecy research outside of a lab 43:51 Why does keeping a secret have the potential to do more harm than good? 46:10 Why do some secrets hurt while others do not? 48:15 Why do people fall into this unhelpful, negative thinking? 51:12 How does secrecy impact us accepting ourselves? 52:53 How to deflect direct questions in a conversation about a secret 1:00:27 Wrap Up and Synthesis In this episode, Michael Slepian joins us to discuss his new book, The Secret Life of Secrets, where he gives a masterclass on the psychology of secrets. Drawing on over a decade of original research, Slepian reveals the surprising ways secrets permeate our lives and offers science-based strategies that make them easier to live with. The result is a rare window into the inner workings of our minds, our relationships, and our sense of who we are. We discuss why Michael has spent the past decade studying the psychology of secrets. He reveals his research involving over 50,000 participants from around the world on why we keep the secrets we keep—most commonly addiction, infidelity, mental health struggles, romance, and financial hardship. We discuss the psychology behind secrets, how they affect us, and how to better understand and cope with them. Through the secrets you carry, you discover a hidden self, and so much more. Where you can find Michael Slepian: * Website: https://michaelslepian.com/ * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelslepian/ * Columbia University: http://www.columbia.edu/~ms4992/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelslepian Links * My interview with Tricia Manning: https://passionstruck.com/tricia-manning-on-how-to-lead-with-heart/  * My interview with Sarah Fay: https://passionstruck.com/sarah-fay-pathological/  * My interview with Admiral James Stavridis: https://passionstruck.com/admiral-james-stavridis-to-risk-it-all/  * My solo episode on why micro choices matter: https://passionstruck.com/why-your-micro-choices-determine-your-life/ * My solo episode on why you must feel to heal: https://passionstruck.com/why-you-must-feel-to-find-emotional-healing/     -- Welcome to Passion Struck podcast, a show where you get to join me in exploring the mindset and philosophy of the world's most inspiring everyday heroes to learn their lessons to living intentionally. Passion Struck aspires to speak to the humanity of people in a way that makes them want to live better, be better and impact. Learn more about me: https://johnrmiles.com. Stay tuned for my latest project, my upcoming book, which will be published in summer 2022. ===== FOLLOW JOHN ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Milesjohnr * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles​ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com/blog/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_Struck ...   

This Working Life - ABC RN
Finding your flow in hybrid work

This Working Life - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 24:51


Hybrid is here to stay. So, what is pandemic-driven hybrid work doing to our ability to focus and what do we need to do to find that elusive flow state in this brave new world of work? In the first part of our hybrid work feature, we look at hybrid work and our level of focus when working from home, compared to in the office, and along the way we'll bust some myths and get some attention hacks.   Guests: Sue Williamson - Associate Professor of Human Resource Management in the School of Business at UNSW, Canberra Katherine Johnson - Associate Professor in Psychology in the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne Sasha D'Arcy - Psychologist and ‘Inventiologist' at Inventium

Leadership Today Podcast
Episode 140 - Variety is the Spice of Development

Leadership Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 4:00


SUMMARY Variety may be the spice of life, but it also helps with personal development.   TRANSCRIPT Welcome to episode 140 of the Leadership Today podcast where each week we bring research to life in your leadership. This week we discuss how variety can help with learning and development. You may have heard the expression that variety is the spice of life, but variety also turns out to be important for development and learning. Research shows us that learning in a broader and more variable setting ultimately helps us to do three things: It helps us to better identify which elements are relevant It helps us to make broader generalisations It forces us to reconstruct memories - getting us out of the ruts that might otherwise trap us Let's take an example from the research. If an infant is learning what a dog is as a category, it's quick and easy to just show them one type of dog. Show them that exact dog, and they will tell you that it is a dog. It takes longer to learn what a dog is if we expose that same infant to multiple types of dogs, however they're then much better at generalising that learning to a new type of dog. If I've only ever seen one type of dog, I may not correctly identify a new type of dog as a dog. If instead I learned what a dog is by seeing lots of different examples, I'm much better able to correctly identify a new type of dog. The same principle applies for adults learning a new sport. One option if I'm learning tennis would be to practice one shot over and over again. Another way could involve learning and practicing lots of different shots. The second way takes a lot longer to get us to the point where we can hit the ball over the net, but it is going to be much better in the unpredictability of a tennis match than the first approach to learning. So variety and variability in learning is harder, but it leads to better generalisation.  The researcher Raviv highlights a great example of this relating to face recognition.He shares that “face recognition is affected by whether people grew up in a small community (fewer than 1000 people) or in larger community (over 30,000 people). Exposure to fewer faces during childhood is associated with diminished face memory." So even in social skills like face recognition, we're better off learning with variability and variety. Other research highlights that even incidental exposure to something new primes us to learn more about it. There's something about allowing ourselves to be exposed to new experiences and things that sets us up for learning.  So how much variety is there in your job? How often in the average week are you trying things for the first time? We all know that learning is hard - it takes effort. But if we want to maximise our learning and ability, it's important to remember that variety is the spice of development.   REFERENCES Limor Raviv, Gary Lupyan, Shawn C. Green. How variability shapes learning and generalization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2022; DOI: 10.1016/j.tics.2022.03.007 Layla Unger, Vladimir M. Sloutsky. Ready to Learn: Incidental Exposure Fosters Category Learning. Psychological Science, 2022; 095679762110614 DOI: 10.1177/09567976211061470

Not Perfect Podcast
115: The power of love in reshaping our brain with Stephanie Cacioppo

Not Perfect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 36:05


I am so excited to introduce you to today's guest who is one of the world's most famous neuroscientists on the topic of romantic love. Dr. Stephanie Cacioppo. Dr. Stephanie is a professor of psychiatry and behavioural neuroscience at the University of Chicago, where she directs the Brain Dynamics Laboratory at the Pritzker School of Medicine. She's the first female president of the Society for Social Neuroscience, an international field dedicated to understanding how biological systems implement social behaviours and modern society. She's been named a rising star by the Association for Psychological Science, for her outstanding contributions to the science of psychology in the areas of research, teaching and or application. And she's won further awards for her research on the neuro imaging of love in clinical case reports.In her new book, Wired for Love, Stephanie tackles not just a science story, but also a love story. She shares revelatory insights into how and why we fall in love, what makes love last, and how we process love lost. It's all grounded in cutting edge findings in brain chemistry and behavioural science and underlying it all is her very own moving personal love story and how she has managed to heal her own heartbreak.Find more information on Stephanie Cacioppo: Website: https://www.stephaniecacioppo.com/Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wired-Love-Neuroscientists-Journey-Connection-ebook/dp/B0962WF1G2---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George DrakeWe'd love to hear your feedback on this episode, please feel free to reach out to us at: contact@notperfectpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2358: 6 Signs You Might Need More Mindfulness In Your Life by Rachael Kable on Signs That You're Stressed Out

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 13:13


Rachael Kable shares 6 signs that you might need more mindfulness in your life Episode 2358: 6 Signs You Might Need More Mindfulness In Your Life by Rachael Kable on Signs That You're Stressed Out Rachael Kable is the vibrant and warm-hearted creator of The Mindful Kind podcast. Described by her listeners as “genuine, down-to-earth and encouraging”, Rachael is passionate about empowering people around the world to live more mindfully in fun, simple and meaningful ways. With a Bachelor of Psychological Science, Certificate in Coaching and Counselling and experience as a Helpline volunteer on the Anxiety Recovery Centre, Rachael embarked on her blogging and podcasting journey in late 2015. Hoping to share her personal stories and experiences with mindfulness, including how mindful living helped her manage stress and improve her wellbeing, Rachael's passion and knowledge attracted listeners and readers from all over the world. The original post is located here: https://www.rachaelkable.com/blog/signs-you-need-more-mindfulness   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Science Salon
272. Stuart Vyse — The Uses of Delusion: Why It's Not Always Rational to Be Rational

Science Salon

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 85:17


Shermer and Vyse discuss: What is a delusion? • veridical perception • perceptual illusions and irrationalities • Kahneman vs. Gigerenzer: rationality, irrationality, and bounded rationality • Rational Choice Theory and Homo economicus • William Clifford v. William James: When is it ok to believe anything upon insufficient evidence? • pragmatic truths, 3 conditions: living hypothesis, forced question, momentous • death and delusion: Is it useful to believe death is not the end of consciousness and self? • paradoxical behavior and the search for underlying reasons for our actions • rational irrationalities • self delusions — that is, delusions about the self • optimism and overoptimism • depressive realism • bluffing self and others • lies vs. bullshit • self-control, will power, and time discounting • status quo bias • superstitions, rituals and incantations • faith and religion • delusion in love and marriage • brainwashing and influence (Stockholm Syndrome, etc.) • conformity, role playing, obedience to authority, and the banality of evil • the core of personality and the constructed self • free will and determinism. Psychologist Stuart Vyse's new book, The Uses of Delusion, is about aspects of human nature that are not altogether rational but, nonetheless, help us achieve our social and personal goals. In his book, and in this conversation, Vyse presents an accessible exploration of the psychological concepts behind useful delusions, fleshing out how delusional thinking may play a role in love and relationships, illness and loss, and personality and behavior. Throughout, Vyse strives to answer the question: why would some of our most illogical beliefs be as helpful as they are? Vyse also suggests that evolutionary pressures may have led to the ability to fool ourselves in order to survive. Stuart Vyse is a behavioral scientist, teacher, and writer. He taught at Providence College, the University of Rhode Island, and Connecticut College. Vyse's book Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstitionwon the 1999 William James Book Award of the American Psychological Association. He is a contributing editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine, where he writes the “Behavior & Belief” column, and a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science and of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

Six Pixels of Separation Podcast - By Mitch Joel
SPOS #827 - Ayelet Fishbach On The Science Of Motivation

Six Pixels of Separation Podcast - By Mitch Joel

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:39


Welcome to episode #827 of Six Pixels of Separation. Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation - Episode #827 - Host: Mitch Joel. Is there an actual science to motivation? Can that science be understood in a world where there are so many hucksters push "motivation" with snake oil-like magnitude? Please meet Ayelet Fishbach, the Jeffrey Breakenridge Keller Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing and IBM Corporation Faculty Scholar at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Ayelet studies social psychology, management and consumer behavior. She is an expert on motivation and decision making. She has presented her research all over the world. Ayelet has served as an Associate Editor on several journals, including Psychological Science and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and she has served on the editorial board of leading journals in psychology and management. She has further served as the president of the International Social Cognition Network and the Society for the Study of Motivation. She is the recipient of several international awards, including the Society of Experimental Social Psychology's Best Dissertation Award, Career Trajectory Award, and the Fulbright Educational Foundation Award. In 2006, she received the Provost's Teaching Award from the University of Chicago. Most recently, Ayelet published her first book, Get It Done - Surprising Lessons From The Science of Motivation, that presents a new theoretical framework for self-motivated action, explaining how to identify the right goals, attack the “middle problem,” battle temptations, use the help of others around you, and so much more. Enjoy the conversation... Running time: 54:39. Hello from beautiful Montreal. Subscribe over at Apple Podcasts. Please visit and leave comments on the blog - Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to connect to me directly on Facebook here: Mitch Joel on Facebook. or you can connect on LinkedIn. ...or on Twitter. Here is my conversation with Ayelet Fishbach. Get It Done - Surprising Lessons From The Science of Motivation. Follow Ayelet on LinkedIn. Follow Ayelet on Twitter. This week's music: David Usher 'St. Lawrence River'.

The Academic Minute
Hwamee Oh, Brown University – Why Some Brain Regions and Cognitive Functions Are More Vulnerable to Aging

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:30


On Brown University Week:  Detecting Alzheimer's early on is key. Hwamee Oh, assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and human behavior and cognitive, linguistics and psychological sciences, determines one way to do so. Dr. Hwamee Oh is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences […]

The Academic Minute
Oriel FeldmanHall, Brown University – How Do We Figure Out The Hidden Motives of Others?

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:30


On Brown University Week:  We all keep some motivations for behavior hidden. Oriel FeldmanHall, assistant professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, explores how to peak behind the curtain. Oriel FeldmanHall is the Alfred Manning Assistant Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences at Brown University. She received the Benefactor Scholarship for her Doctorate at […]

The Tim Ferriss Show
#593: Richard Wiseman on Lessons from Dale Carnegie, How to Keep a Luck Diary, Mentalism, The Psychology of the Paranormal, Mass Participation Experiments, NLP, Remote Viewing, and Attempting the Impossible

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 113:23


Richard Wiseman on Lessons from Dale Carnegie, How to Keep a Luck Diary, Mentalism, The Psychology of the Paranormal, Mass Participation Experiments, NLP, Remote Viewing, and Attempting the Impossible | Brought to you by UCAN endurance products, Headspace easy-to-use app with guided meditations, and Helix Sleep premium mattresses. More on all three below.Richard Wiseman (@richardwiseman) holds Britain's only professorship in the public understanding of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles examining the psychology of magic and illusion, the paranormal, luck, and self-help. His books on psychology, which include The Luck Factor: The Scientific Study of the Lucky Mind and 59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot, have sold more than three million copies worldwide, and his psychology-based YouTube videos have garnered more than 500 million views.Elizabeth Loftus, former president of The Association for Psychological Science, described Richard as “one of the world's most creative psychologists,” and The Independent On Sunday chose him as one of the top 100 people who make Britain a better place to live. In addition to his work in the field of psychology, Richard served as director of The Edinburgh Fringe Festival for eight years.He recently co-authored David Copperfield's History of Magic, and his next book, Psychology: Why It Matters, will be published later this year.Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by UCAN. I was introduced to UCAN and its unique carbohydrate LIVSTEADY by my good friend—and listener favorite—Dr. Peter Attia, who said there is no carb in the world like it. I have since included it in my routine, using UCAN's powders to power my workouts, and the bars make great snacks. Extensive scientific research and clinical trials have shown that LIVSTEADY provides a sustained release of energy to the body without spiking blood sugar. UCAN is the ideal way to source energy from a carbohydrate without the negatives associated with fast carbs, especially sugar. You avoid fatigue, hunger cravings, and loss of focus.Whether you're an athlete working on managing your fitness or you need healthy, efficient calories to get you through your day, UCAN is an elegant energy solution. My listeners can save 30% on their first UCAN order by going to UCAN.co/Tim.*This episode is also brought to you by Helix Sleep! Helix was selected as the #1 overall mattress of 2020 by GQ magazine, Wired, Apartment Therapy, and many others. With Helix, there's a specific mattress to meet each and every body's unique comfort needs. Just take their quiz—only two minutes to complete—that matches your body type and sleep preferences to the perfect mattress for you. They have a 10-year warranty, and you get to try it out for a hundred nights, risk-free. They'll even pick it up from you if you don't love it. And now, Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders plus two free pillows at HelixSleep.com/Tim.*This episode is brought to you by Headspace! Headspace is your daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations in an easy-to-use app. Whatever the situation, Headspace can help you feel better. Overwhelmed? Headspace has a 3-minute SOS meditation for you. Need some help falling asleep? Headspace has wind-down sessions their members swear by. And for parents, Headspace even has morning meditations you can do with your kids. Headspace's approach to mindfulness can reduce stress, improve sleep, boost focus, and increase your overall sense of well-being.Go to Headspace.com/Tim for a FREE one-month trial with access to Headspace's full library of meditations for every situation.*For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.Sign up for Tim's email newsletter (5-Bullet Friday) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Discover Tim's books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissYouTube: youtube.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/timferrissPast guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapova, Marc Andreessen, Neil Gaiman, Neil de Grasse Tyson, Jocko Willink, Daniel Ek, Kelly Slater, Dr. Peter Attia, Seth Godin, Howard Marks, Dr. Brené Brown, Eric Schmidt, Michael Lewis, Joe Gebbia, Michael Pollan, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Vince Vaughn, Brian Koppelman, Ramit Sethi, Dax Shepard, Tony Robbins, Jim Dethmer, Dan Harris, Ray Dalio, Naval Ravikant, Vitalik Buterin, Elizabeth Lesser, Amanda Palmer, Katie Haun, Sir Richard Branson, Chuck Palahniuk, Arianna Huffington, Reid Hoffman, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Rick Rubin, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Darren Aronofsky, and many more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Academic Minute
William Warren, Brown University – Studying Human “Flocking” to Understand Collective Behavior

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 2:30


On Brown University Week: Animals aren't the only ones who flock together. William Warren, chancellor's professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, explores why we do too. Bill Warren is Chancellor's Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University, and President of the International Society for Ecological Psychology.  He pioneered the use of […]

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #87. Good reasons for bad feelings. A new approach to mental disorders. All about social anxiety and emotions and evolution with Dr Randolph Nesse, Psychiatrist and Professor and Founder of Evolutionary Medicine

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 56:38


In the podcast we discuss with Dr Randolph Nesse his foundational and pioneering work in evolutionary medicine and his work with patients. He talks with his patients and explains to them that, in many cases, their disorders are not a disease or some kind of failing, as they have been told by other practitioners, but rather a natural and inherently useful response that has “gone overboard”. Evolution makes women on average twice as prone to excessive anxiety as men for good reason. Nesse reports that patients who experience panic attacks are invariably “normalised and empowered” by such a perspective.Similarly, those who experience prolonged low mood may be, if not comforted or cured, then perhaps illuminated by the notion that their state of mind has a role to play in Darwinian terms. Nesse presents the evidence to show that the mechanisms of despair have evolved to force us to realign our goals and desires: we would never be forced to make positive choices to influence our circumstances were it not for the anger at loss in our lives or the pain of not reaching our goals.Randolph M. Nesse, MD is Research Professor of Life Sciences at Arizona State University, where he became the Founding Director of the Center for Evolution Medicine in 2014.  He was previously Professor of Psychiatry and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan where he led the Evolution and Human Adaptation Program and helped to establish one of the first anxiety disorders clinics.  His research on the neuroendocrinology of anxiety evolved into studies on why aging exists. Those studies led to collaboration with the evolutionary biologist George Williams on Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine, a book that initiated much new work in the field of evolutionary medicine. His research is on how selection shapes mechanisms that regulate defenses such as pain, fever, anxiety and low mood, and how social selection shaped human capacities for morality.  His larger mission is to establish evolutionary biology as a basic science for medicine.  Dr. Nesse is the Founding President of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health, a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Sciences, and an elected Fellow of the AAAS. His new book, Good Reasons for Bad Feelings: Insights from the Frontier of Evolutionary Psychiatry shows how asking evolutionary questions about why mental disorders exist can make psychiatry more effective. Bio for Randolph M. Nesse, M.D.Please use these links for all publicityhttp://RandolphNesse.comhttp://GoodReasons.infowww.profselenabartlett.comSupport the show

The Language Neuroscience Podcast
Cortical myeloarchitecture, tonotopy, and spectrally directed attention, with Fred Dick

The Language Neuroscience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 64:36


In this episode, I talk with Fred Dick, Professor of Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Birkbeck, University of London, about his work, with a focus on his recent paper ‘Extensive tonotopic mapping across auditory cortex is recapitulated by spectrally directed attention and systematically related to cortical myeloarchitecture'.Dick F, Bates E, Wulfeck B, Utman JA, Dronkers N, Gernsbacher MA. Language deficits, localization, and grammar: evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals. Psychol Rev 2001; 108: 759-88. [doi]Dick F, Tierney AT, Lutti A, Josephs O, Sereno MI, Weiskopf N. In vivo functional and myeloarchitectonic mapping of human primary auditory areas. J Neurosci 2012; 32: 16095-105. [doi]Lutti A, Dick F, Sereno MI, Weiskopf N. Using high-resolution quantitative mapping of R1 as an index of cortical myelination. NeuroImage 2014; 93: 176-88. [doi]Dick FK, Lehet MI, Callaghan MF, Keller TA, Sereno MI, Holt LL. Extensive tonotopic mapping across auditory cortex is recapitulated by spectrally directed attention and systematically related to cortical myeloarchitecture. J Neurosci 2017; 37: 12187-201. [doi]Dick faculty webpageTranscript

The Mind, Body and Soul in Healing
Babies' Laughing and Joking: When and Why with Gina Mireault, PhD

The Mind, Body and Soul in Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 54:05


“That was actually Darwin's hypothesis in observing his own son and he writes about this in “The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.” He writes about this incipient laughter – he was the first one to recognize this as a built-in response that the baby has that really pulls the baby into the adult world or pulls adults into the infant world. It is such an important emotional connection."     Episode Description: We begin with recognizing the profound pleasure of sharing in an infant's laughter. Gina walks us through the stages of involuntary smiling, which begins in utero, to voluntary laughing which begins at about 6 weeks of age. We discuss the influence of parents on whether a baby finds something funny. We also consider ‘incongruity' and how it reveals the baby's 'theory of mind' - what the baby understands about how others' minds work. We come to appreciate teasing, which begins at around 6 months of age, and how it too reflects the baby's awareness of others' expectations. We also learn about the counterintuitive association between secure attachment and laughing. We close with Gina sharing with us her personal history that introduced her to the world of laughing infants.    Our Guest: Gina Mireault, Ph.D. is a Developmental Psychologist and Professor of Psychology at Northern Vermont University (USA). Her research focuses on humor development in the first year of life. She investigates how infants detect humorous events with implications for understanding critical developmental milestones like ‘theory of mind', attachment security, and cognitive development. Dr. Mireault's research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and Vermont Biomedical Research Network. Her work has appeared in numerous peer-reviewed journals including Human Development, Current Biology, and Infancy as well as in popular media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Science Daily, CNN.com, WebMD, American Baby, Parenting, and Salon. Her work has also appeared on NPR's The Takeaway, PBS' NOVA Science Now, NBC Nightly News, and CBC's The Nature of Things.    Recommended Readings:    Mireault, G. (2022). The Social, Affective, and Cognitive Power of Humor in Infancy. In D. Dukes, E. Walle, & A. C. Sanson (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Emotional Development, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, UK. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198855903.013.22      Mireault, G. C. & Reddy, V. (2016). Humor in Infancy: Developmental and Psychological Perspectives. New York: Springer.    Panksepp, J. (2000). The Riddle of Laughter: Neural and Psychoevolutionary Underpinnings of Joy. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 9 (6),183-186.    Provine. R.R. (2012). Curious Behavior: Yawning, Laughing, Hiccupping, and Beyond. Belknap/Harvard.    Provine, R.R. (2005). Laughing, Tickling, and the Evolution of Speech and Self. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13 (6), 215-218.    Scott, S. (2015, March). Why We laugh. [Video]. TED Conferences. 

The Soul Horizon
Outrage as Entertainment: Methods to Release the Mind's Addiction to Divisive Frustrations and Move Towards Unity

The Soul Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 48:11


In this modern world of endless social media scrolling and heightened divisions, have you ever found yourself intentionally looking for something to be angry about? This episode is for you if you've ever wondered why.Disclaimer: This podcast is for educational and informational purposes only and does not substitute individual professional psychological advice.REFERENCESBrown-Iannuzzi, J. L., Lundberg, K. B., Kay, A. C., & Payne, B. K. (2020). A Privileged Point of View: Effects of Subjective Socioeconomic Status on Naïve Realism and Political Division. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47(2), 241–256.Chien, Y., Wegener, D., Petty, R., & Hsiao, C. (2014). The Flexible Correction Model: Bias Correction Guided by Naïve Theories of Bias. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8(6), 275-286. Esses, V. M., Veenvliet, S., Hodson, G., & Mihic, L. (2008). Justice, morality, and the dehumanization of refugees. Social Justice Research, 21, 4–25. Gilbert, D. T., Lieberman, M. D., Morewedge, C. K. & Wilson, T. D. (2004). The peculiar longevity of things not so bad. Psychological Science, 15(1), 14–19.Hawkins, D. R. (2002). Power vs. force: The hidden determinants of human behavior. Carlsbad, Calif: Hay House.Ito, T. A., Larsen, J. T., Smith, N. K., & Cacioppo, J. T. (1998). Negative information weighs more heavily on the brain: The negativity bias in evaluative categorizations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75(4), 887–900. Lisitsa, E. (2012, December 3). The Positive Perspective: Dr. Gottman's Magic Ratio! [blog post]. Retrieved from http://www.gottmanblog.com/2012/12/the-positive-perspective-dr-gottmans.htmlLópez-Rodriguez, L., Halperin, E., Vázquez, A., Cuadrado, I., Navas, M., & Gómez, A. (2021). Awareness of the Psychological Bias of Naïve Realism Can Increase Acceptance of Cultural Differences. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Martin, R. C., Coyier, K. R., VanSistine, L. M., & Schroeder, K. L. (2013). Anger on the Internet: The Perceived Value of Rant-Sites. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16(2), 119–122. Merritt, A., Effron, D., & Monin, B. (2010). Moral Self‐Licensing: When Being Good Frees Us to Be Bad. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 4(5)Pronin, E., Gilovich, T., & Ross, L. (2004). Objectivity in the eye of the beholder: Divergent perceptions of bias in self versus others. Psychological Review, 111, 781–799.Puryear, C. (2020). The threat to virality: Digital outrage combats the spread of opposing ideas.Rathje, S., Van Bavel, J. J. & van der Linden, S. (2021). Out-group animosity drives engagement on social media. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(26).Ross, L., & Ward, A. (1995). Psychological barriers to dispute resolution. Advances in experimental social psychology, 27, 255–304. Rothschild, Z. K. & Keefer, L. A. (2017). A cleansing fire: moral outrage alleviates guilt and buffers threats to one's moral identity. Motivation and Emotion, 41(2), 209–229.Sapolsky, R. M. (2017). Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst. Penguin Books.Singer, M. A. (2007). The Untethered Soul. New Harbinger Publications.Tong, E., & Yang, Z. (2011). Moral Hypocrisy. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2(2), 159-165.Your Brain on Drama

PsychEverywhere
Autism 101: Misconceptions and Little Known Facts

PsychEverywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 23:43


Happy World Autism Month! For this episode, Dr. Lydia Qualls discusses characteristics of autism and preferred language when talking about autism. Discover misconceptions regarding autistic people's emotions, relationships, and more. Brought to you by Psi Chi. Resources/Suggested Reading Listen to our other episode with Dr. Qualls about “Autism as Culture”: Coming soon! This year's #ConnectWithPsiChiTheme: https://www.psichi.org/page/261EyeFall21Bui Calls to Action Listen or follow PsychEverywhere: https://www.psichi.org/page/podcast Tell a friend or colleague about the show. Follow PsychEverywhere on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PsiChiPodcast Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts

Sam Miller Science
S 332: Principles of Metabolism and Hormones Part 2: Defining Metabolism

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 26:11


Part 2 of our 3 Part Principles of Metabolism and Hormones series covers the definition of metabolism. We discuss the actual scientific definition of metabolism, the role of metabolic adaptation, why we all have a unique metabolic identity, and much more! Topics include:   - Metabolism “Slowing” Down - Scientific Definition of Metabolism - The Role of Metabolic Adaptation - Unique Metabolic Identity - What Happens During Down Regulation - Next Episode in the Series - FNMS Program ----------  Come to the Science to Scale Live Event Friday May 6th, 2022 and Develop a Formula to Scale Your Business and Learn to Leverage the Metabolic and Psychological Science of Client Transformation. Ticket Sales Close April 15th ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist  The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022  ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Mad in America: Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice
Nicholas Haslam - Psych Concepts Creep Into Our Everyday Experiences

Mad in America: Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 39:03


Nicholas Haslam is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Melbourne. He is a prolific writer with nine books and around 270 articles to his name and is well-renowned for his work on dehumanization and concept creep. He received his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania and taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City before returning to Australia. His books include Psychology in the Bathroom, Introduction to Personality and Intelligence, Yearning to Breathe Free: Seeking Asylum in Australia, and Introduction to the Taxometric Method. In addition to his academic writing, Nick regularly contributes to The Conversation, Inside Story, and Australian Book Review. He has also written for TIME, The Monthly, The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Australian, and two Best Australian Science Writing anthologies. Nick is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, and the Association for Psychological Science. In this interview, he discusses inflating concepts around harm and their effects on ourselves, our experience, and society at large. He also talks about his work on stigma and biogenetic explanations of mental disorders, calling it a mixed blessing.

Sam Miller Science
S 331: Principles of Metabolism and Hormones Part 1: Hormones 101

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 32:57


This is Part 1 of a 3 part series going back to basics essentially with the topics of metabolism and hormones and breaking them down in a concise and clear way. Part 1 covers hormones, the two messengers and systems, T3 and reverse T3, and so much more! Topics include:   - Hormones 101 and Functions - Conductor Example - The Two Messengers and Systems - Gender Considerations - Steroid Hormones - The Role of Cholesterol - T3 and Reverse T3 - FNMS Program - Please Share, Rate, and Review ----------  Come to the Science to Scale Live Event Friday May 6th, 2022 and Develop a Formula to Scale Your Business and Learn to Leverage the Metabolic and Psychological Science of Client Transformation. Ticket Sales Close April 15th ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist  The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022  ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Sam Miller Science
S 330: The Science of Reproductive Hormone Physiology in Sport: NCAA Regulations, Lia Thomas, and Trans-Athlete Performance Considerations

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 48:52


Recent controversy in sport, specifically with NCAA swimming and Lea Thomas, brought to mind a topic I wanted to cover and have extensive work with trans-athletes in the past. No matter your political stance on the issue, I wanted to dive into the physiology of the requirements for trans-athletes to compete, adolescence physiology and gender differences earlier in life, and why this is an important lesson for clients. Topics include:   - Heavy Controversy Recently - More Science than Politics - History of Women and Sport - Starting with Puberty and Adolescence - Grip Strength Considerations - Requirements for Trans Athletes - Important Lesson for Clients ----------  Come to the Science to Scale Live Event Friday May 6th, 2022 and Develop a Formula to Scale Your Business and Learn to Leverage the Metabolic and Psychological Science of Client Transformation. Ticket Sales Close April 15th ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist  The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022  ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Sam Miller Science
S 329: FNMS Mentorship Case Study: Discovering What's Beyond the Initial Certifications & The ROI of Increased Expertise with Alex Johannsson

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 59:37


Alex Johannsson, coach for Lost and Lifting, has grown exponentially during his time in the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization that I wanted to have him on the show to discuss his story. We discuss how long it took him to finally pull the trigger to join the mentorship, some unexpected surprises from the program, and his view on the ROI of the program. Topics include:   - Client Case Study Intro - Alex's Beginning to Health and Fitness - Beginning to Understand Advanced Client Cases - Getting Advanced in the Trenches - Finding Out What You Don't Know - Joining FNMS - Unexpected Surprises in FNMS - Results After FNMS - FNMS Return on Investment - Where to Find Alex ----------  Follow Alex on Instagram ----------  Come to the Science to Scale Live Event Friday May 6th, 2022 and Develop a Formula to Scale Your Business and Learn to Leverage the Metabolic and Psychological Science of Client Transformation. Ticket Sales Close April 15th ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist  The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022  ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”