Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.
2.Something You Should Know
Sometimes all it takes is one little fact or one little piece of wisdom to change your life forever. That's the purpose and the hope of "Something You Should Know." In each episode, host Mike Carruthers interviews top experts in their field to bring you fascinating information and advice to help you save time and money, advance in your career, become wealthy, improve your relationships and help you simply get more out of life. In addition, Mike uncovers and shares short, engaging pieces of "intel" you can use to make your life better - today. Right now.
3.That UFO Podcast
Bringing you up to date news, interviews and guests from around the world of UFOs, UAP & connected phenomena Hosted by Andy Mcgrillen
Always interesting and often hilarious, join hosts Aaron Wright and Benjamin Grundy as they investigate the latest in futurology, weird science, consciousness research, alternative history, cryptozoology, UFOs, and new-age absurdity.
The true science behind our most popular urban legends. Historical mysteries, paranormal claims, popular science myths, aliens and UFO reports, conspiracy theories, and worthless alternative medicine schemes... Skeptoid has you covered. From the sublime to the startling, no topic is sacred. Weekly since 2006.
6.The We Society
Beyond the politics, beyond our geography are the intangible connections that hold us together - The We Society. The We Society podcast is here to tell you about the thousands of ways the Social Sciences can help us understand and enhance this complicated and fascinating human network. What can we do to fix the NHS? How can we better manage climate change? How do we end the cost of living crisis? Brought to you by the Academy of Social Sciences, this podcast tackles the big questions through a social science lens and brings you some of the best ideas to shape the way we live. Join acclaimed journalist and Academy president Will Hutton, as he invites guests from the world of Social Science to explore the stories behind the news and hear their solutions to society’s most pressing problems. Don't want to miss an episode? Follow the show on your favourite podcast platform and you can email us on email@example.com and tell us who we should be speaking to or follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/thewesocietypod Brought to you by the Academy of Social Sciences: https://acss.org.uk (https://acss.org.uk%20%20)
7.The Art of Listening
Led by Eileen Dunn, a seasoned clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, The Art of Listening explores the transformative power within the space between speaker and listener. Join us and our guests on this collective journey of self-discovery, as we navigate the depths of human connection and the power of listening.
8.Choiceology with Katy Milkman
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Listen in as host Katy Milkman--behavioral scientist, Wharton professor, and author of How to Change--shares stories of high-stakes decisions and what research reveals they can teach us. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics to help you improve your judgment and change for good. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for informational purposes only. This channel is not monitored by Charles Schwab. Please visit schwab.com/contactus for contact options. (0321-1S88)
9.Somewhere in the Skies
Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast covering UFOs and the unexplained. New episodes every Monday. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10.Behavioral Grooves Podcast
Stories, science and secrets from the world’s brightest thought-leaders. Behavioral Grooves is the podcast that satisfies your curiosity of why we do what we do. Explanations of human behavior that will improve your relationships, your wellbeing, and your organization by helping you find your groove.
Hosted by former covert CIA intelligence officers Andrew Bustamante and Jihi Bustamante, the EverydaySpy Podcast gives you practical, powerful spy skills and insights you can use everyday. From parenthood fixes to career shortcuts, business hacks to geopolitical insights, this pod is for you if you are looking for frank, honest, and hilariously relatable truth from two real-world field operatives who have done and seen things they can't talk about (and will never forget).
12.The Psychology Podcast
In each episode, we talk with inspiring scientists, thinkers, and other self-actualized individuals who will give you a greater understanding of yourself, others, and the world we live in. Scott Barry Kaufman explores the depths of human potential and tries to get a glimpse into human possibility in every episode.
Each week we will talk about Paranormal news and tell our favorite paranormal stories, its informative, fun, and freaky.
We tell the stories and history of haunted places, ghost encounters, cryptid encounters, the paranormal, preternatural, and every oddity imaginable. And we do it with a comedic twist and don't take anything, including ourselves, too seriously! Join your hosts Adam & Matt in their discussions of these topics and email them your thoughts at GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com (mailto:GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com) We thank you for joining us in the GraveYard!
Each week we bring you a new, in-depth exploration of the space where science and society collide. We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We want to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters.
16.The Science of Happiness
Learn research-tested strategies for a happier, more meaningful life, drawing on the science of compassion, gratitude, mindfulness, and awe. Hosted by award-winning psychologist Dacher Keltner. Co-produced by PRX and UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center.
The Grey Dynamics Podcast offers an insight into the often murky and hidden world of intelligence. Brought to you by current and former intelligence practitioners that know the routes through the "Grey Zone". Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
18.The Social Work Stories Podcast
A podcast exploring Social Work practice through stories & critical reflection.
In ‘The Kenyanist’, we step back from the rush of current affairs to take a broader and deeper view of issues that Kenyans fight about. In each episode, Kamau Wairuri speaks to an expert who will help us understand a particular social or political issue better and hopefully propose how we can address some of our most pressing challenges as a society. Disclaimer: The views expressed by the guests on the show are not necessarily those of the host.
Host Daniel Gambacorta shares insights, advice, and stories designed to help make you a more effective altruist.
The Matrix Podcast features interviews with social scientists from across the University of California, Berkeley campus (and beyond). It also features recordings of events, including panels and lectures. The Matrix Podcast is produced by Social Science Matrix, an interdisciplinary research center at the University of California, Berkeley.
22.Ingmar Schumacher Podcasts
Professor Ingmar Schumacher discusses in these podcasts with leading environmental economists about their research, recent world events and future outlooks.
23.Thinking with Elias
In the ‘Thinking with Elias’ podcast series, social scientists from universities around the world discuss the contribution of the work of Norbert Elias and the conceptual lens that it provides when analyzing contemporary societies. The podcast has been prepared as a learning module for the online Ph.D. workshop ‘Thinking with Elias: Norbert Elias and Social Research’ held in June 2021, and is intended for advanced scholars already familiar with Elias’s approach to sociology. Still, the episodes can be used as an entry point for anyone not yet familiar with the work of Elias.
24.Pursuit of the Paranormal
Join Ash and Greg every Tuesday as they explore some of the lesser known but fascinating unusual stories from the unknown world! With latest paranormal and UFO news, a look back at historical cases, and special guests joining them along the way! Every Saturday, catch up with the latest episode of Paranormal United States, a short-form episode travelling around the USA visiting a different State each week! Aliens, Conspiracy Theories, Paranormal, Ghosts, Hauntings, Poltergeists, Famous Murders, Cryptozoology, Strange Occurrences, Monsters, UFOs, True Crime, Demons, Occult, Urban Legends, UAP.
Data science, big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning… they’re all the rage. In this podcast, Jessi Cisewski-Kehe and Susan Wang, 2 statisticians, give you a perspective on what’s happening in the realm of all things data. Random bantering included. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/databytes/support
Host Dr. Wendy Walsh uses science, personal interviews and pop culture to reveal that mating strategy is the secret evolutionary motivation for most every human behavior. We are wired to reproduce. Even when we are not thinking about sex, our ancient programming makes us respond to reproductive cues that impact just about every decision we make. Using evolutionary psychology, Mating Matters examines relationships, sexuality, and how society and culture shape us all. Dr. Wendy Walsh looks at the biological, psychological and sociological underpinnings of love, attachment and gender dynamics. Visit www.DrWendyWalsh.com for more. Please be aware this podcast talks scientifically about topics that include sex, violence and other aspects of the human condition that may be challenging. Adult language is used periodically. Mating Matters Message Line: 323-207-8277
27.Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast
History of Economic Thought, History of Economics, History of Economic Ideas, Philosophy of Economics, Political Economy, Economics
28.Urban Cycling Institute
Bringing cycling knowledge from science to practice and back. Connect with Urban Cycling Institute: Website - https://urbancyclinginstitute.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/fietsprofessor Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/urbancyclinginstitute Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/urbancyclinginstitute Coursera - https://www.coursera.org/learn/unraveling-the-cycling-city
29.Alpha Male Strategies
Teaching men real alpha male qualities.
30.Does meaning equal music? +sexual assault awareness
Explaining some of the problems surrounding sexual assault/ rape and the correlation of that and YUNGBLUDS song polygraph eyes
31.Rights Not Charity
Welcome to Rights Not Charity. This podcast series is about a big idea—ensuring everyone has enough food; not as a charitable gift, but as a fundamental human right. We’re bringing you provocative thinking about how to shorten the line at food banks instead of feeding the need for them.
Marine social scientist exploring the ins and outs of marine innovation, ocean life, everyday live, some within the comfort of things I understand but mostly things I know little about.
33.Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity
The Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity connects you to cutting edge economic policy research and the renowned economists who create it. On each episode, the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity editors introduce new BPEA research and present a conversation between the author and a Brookings scholar to bridge the divide between economic theory and practical policy solutions.
34.The Finding My Psych Podcast
Got happiness? We have a collection of tools for you! Join host, Jerod Killick, M.S., healthcare leader and academician, as he explores evidence-based clinical practice and research in Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine. Through regularly published content, Jerod provides a framework designed to help launch your wellness journey. He also shares his own experience as a lifelong runner living in recovery. Learn more at https://findingmypsych.com
Join Andres Sanchez, a CSU Bakersfield professor, as he interviews a series of sociologists and what they are up to today.
36.Groundless Ground Podcast
Join clinician and author Lisa Dale Miller at the leading edge of integrative mental health! We deliver thoughtful dialogues with innovative clinicians, researchers and contemplatives that unite health science research and profound wisdom traditions, inform about somatic psychotherapies and Buddhist psychology, and we do it all with big dose of intelligence, clarity, curiosity and openheartedness.
Changing Profile of Development Administration
38.Taking Up Space
Taking Up Space approaches issues surrounding intersectional feminism on Songhees, Wsanec, and Esquimalt territories (Victoria, BC) through storytelling and narrative. This program is full of thoughtful stories that challenge the patriarchy, colonialism, and white supremacy.
39.Food Deserts- An Analysis and Case Study
This podcast episode conducts an in-depth analysis about food deserts, starting with describing what it is, why it is important to be aware of, and who it impacts. It closes with a case study on three examples of food deserts and mitigation efforts in Tampa, Florida. The purpose of this podcast is to inform about the continued presence of food deserts as well as the negative impacts they have on local communities, specifically consisting of residents that are low-income and people of color. Hosted by Natalia Hernandez.
40.World Health Investigation Podcast
Welcome to our new-wave global health community that tells it like it is! We promote health equity and unpack the most controversial health and social issues using well-rounded research. Join this new-wave global health community.
41.Miss B Sociology
Minds Matter is a conversational podcast about psychology, neuroscience and cognitive science, hosted by Beth Fisher and Ava Ma de Sousa. On Minds Matter, we discuss a range of subjects, from conspiracy theories to falling in love, to nostalgia. We explore the neuroscientific and psychological research behind these issues while talking through our own personal experiences.
A podcast about the messy, beautiful ways grown-ups grow up. Leaders, learning experts and developmental researchers come together to explore turning science into the day-to-day practice of adult development in teams, homes, organisations, and life. Dr Alis Anagnostakis is an adult development researcher, group learning facilitator and founder of the Vertical Development Institute. Her highest hope as a researcher-practitioner is to help support the growth of conscious, mature and future-fit leaders and to bring the tools of vertical development into day-to-day to day life. www.verticaldevelopment.education
44.Discovery of Intelligence
Discovery of Intelligence.Truth vs. Error. Evolution, Revelation, Atheism to Tyranny Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sky-brooks/support
45.Is the economy stupid?
Podcast produced by Rethinking Economics Italia. Every two weeks, we discuss a subject relating to Economics and question the common understanding of that subject. Our episodes take the formats of either interviews with Academic and professional experts or short stories we call "I want to know".
46.Tails from a Vet Tech
Tails from a Vet Tech is a podcast dedicated to highlighting, educating, and advocating for veterinary, shelter, and behavior animal professionals. Our mission is to provide education, information, and dialogue that will create a supportive environment that empowers animal professionals to take care of themselves and the animals they work with. Tabitha and her amazing guests share reflections and experiences from their lives in shelter and vet med. We will have thought-provoking conversations about the ugly and beautiful moments and share success stories with the goal of supporting and inspiring others. TFAVT is hosted by Tabitha Kucera (Elite Fear Free and Low Stress Handling RVT, VTS (Behavior), Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner) In addition to doing this podcast Tabitha also owns her own business, Chirrups and Chatter, and loves doing speaking engagements all around the world!
Brian Albrecht, Josh Hendrickson, and guests ponder price theory, past and present www.economicforces.xyz
Global Caveat is the podcast that explores the vast field of global health. Global health scientists Diana Klatt and Susanna Park discuss topics, such as research and fieldwork, with each other and guests to examine the connection between health and the sciences and how we have to work together for health, humanity, and the earth. Episodes are not endorsements for organizations discussed on the show. Music by Hawt Coco. Produced by Global Caveat, Inc.
49.Tax Conversations Africa
Tax conversations Africa, The podcast offers alternative thought to African tax systems. Tax conversations Africa is powered by the Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) in partnership with the Institute for Economic Justice (IEJ), and the generous support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
50.Beautification of Communication - The Communification Podcast
Wish you could avoid ineffective communication & gain great communication skills? You’re not alone! Through scholarship and storytelling this podcast will help you to unlock your communication potential. Academic experts teach us research-based communication strategies, while special guests share their triumphs, struggles and authentic stories. Host, Malika Dudley, is a multi award-winning journalist who holds a master’s in communication.
51.The Psychotic Break
Journey with two undergrads who aim to take on the world of Psychology. Hosted by Kimi and Madey, The Psychotic Break is a personal psychology podcast that encourages conversations about personality, intelligence, mental health, social interaction, and so much more. Follow us on Instagram: @thepsychoticbreak.pod
Written and delivered by marketing technologist and entrepreneur Sean Jackson, THINKERS Manifesto walks you through a step-by-step process for learning how to circumvent the many elements of our psychology and society that prevent us from doing our best thinking.
53.Resolution Foundation Events Podcast
Recordings of live Resolution Foundation events discussing our latest research and hosting policy debates on improving the living standards of low-to-middle income families.
54.Elfonomics - with Elf Lyons and Dr Gerard Lyons
Big money questions with comedian Elf Lyons and her father, the economist Dr Gerard Lyons.
55.What is The Future for Cities?
WTF for Cities? is a platform to introduce and connect people who are actively and consciously working on the future of cities and to introduce research about the future of cities.
Dr. Andrew Kinkella brings you stories about pseudo-archaeology and the real stories behind the false claims.
If you love the weird, creepy or unexplainable, then this is for you. Cryptic Chronicles is a podcast for like minded free thinkers interested in the mysteries of existence.
58.Soulmate Twin Flame Gurus
Do you need guidance and insight into your soulmate or twin flame relationship? Sarah and Sophia can help you reach your highest potential in love, career and all other aspects of your life. They are here to empower you to take control of your life and your heart. They encourage you to lighten your load and they help you envision your future so you can actively participate in co-creating that with the Divine!
59.House of Wisdom: How Ideas Can Shape the World
On the House of Wisdom podcast, we interview academic influencers about their research and how it can shape a better future.
60.This Anthro Life
This Anthro Life is the premiere go-to Anthropology Podcast that fuses human society insights with cultural storytelling. We equip you with a deep understanding of the human experience to revolutionize your decision-making strategies and social impact. Head over to https://www.thisanthrolife.org to learn more. Spearheaded by acclaimed Anthropologist Dr. Adam Gamwell, This Anthro Life equips leaders, individuals, and organizations to shape a more compassionate future. We aim to broaden perspectives and fortify decision-making skills by fostering a profound understanding of culture coupled with the transformative power of storytelling. With curated conversations and thought-provoking discussions featuring humanity's top makers and minds, prepare to have your perspective transformed. This Anthro Life delves into various facets of human society—from examining the complexities of cultural identity to understanding the influence of technology on our everyday lives. 🌍 Change Your Perspective Explore the complexities of life in a simple and engaging way. From AI and robotics revolutionizing the nature of work to emojis changing how we communicate, we delve into the forces shaping our world. No topic is off-limits—fossil fuels and their impact on our planet, the race to find alternative energy solutions, and so much more. 🎙️ Captivating Conversations Go beyond surface-level discussions with deep dives into fascinating topics. Dr. Adam Gamwell's interviews are thought-provoking, enlightening, and always entertaining. Carefully crafted questions ensure engaging conversations that are free from jargon, making them accessible to listeners of all backgrounds. ✨ Key Takeaways Gain valuable insights from each episode that you can apply to your own life. Discussing wisdom gained from the edges of society, we extract impactful quotes and actionable ideas from our guests. Expand your horizons and develop a fresh perspective on the challenges we face as individuals and as a global community. 🔊 Join the Community on Substack Subscribe to "This Anthro Life" now for a weekly dose of eye-opening conversations. Share the podcast with friends and family who crave intellectual stimulation and diverse discussions. Be a part of the movement to change how we approach design, culture, business, and technology. Beyond offering an engaging outlook on human experiences, This Anthro Life lends its anthropological expertise to businesses, organizations, and individuals. We help them navigate challenges with effective communication techniques and innovative problem-solving strategies rooted in a nuanced understanding of human behavior and social structures. Get in touch. Join us on this captivating voyage of storytelling at the crossroads of culture, design, technology and business. We're excited to collaborate with you in shaping a more compassionate world through an enriched narrative of the human experience. Experience breakthrough perspectives on human experiences and come away equipped to make enriched decisions that contribute positively to your sphere. Join us as we shape a more connected, hopeful narrative - one human story at a time. This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5168968/advertisement
Welcome to Climate Discourse, the official podcast of the Climate and Carbon Law Review (CCLR). Each month CCLR Managing Editor Kate McKenzie has a conversation with a representative of a legal discipline about the legal aspects of climate change.
62.States and migration in Europe
This monthly podcast, "States and Migration in Europe," delves into migration and Europe's history, featuring talks between Dr Comte and key experts. We cover European policies, refugee and immigration matters, EU complexities, and integration paths. From Brexit to EU dynamics, we provide fresh perspectives on human mobility in this crucial region. The podcast builds upon Dr Comte’s extensive research on "The History of the European Migration Regime." To join live recordings, register at https://www.emmanuel-comte.eu/podcast/. Follow and subscribe for regular insights on Europe and migration.
63.Social Work Social
The Social Work Social Podcast is a place to explore the mental health, mental health treatment, and advocacy from the perspective of social work by having conversations and sharing stories. We strive to create empathy and understanding through discussions about difficult topics.
Causes and Solutions of domestic violence
65.Brave Ideas for Social Change
Brave Ideas for Social Change, a podcast from the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver, draws on faculty expertise for fast-moving discussions on emerging research, practice and policy innovations to spur social change.
66.Innovative Methods in Criminology
A series of podcasts on innovative research methods in criminology. The series is funded by University of Hull with the support of Research England’s Enhancing Research Culture fund. Each episode focuses on an innovative method and interviews researchers who have used these methods.
67.Life Span psychology
Life Span Psychology
Podcast about Uyghur forced labour in China, the sanctions imposed by Western governments in response and what all this means for businesses around the world.
69.State of Talk
Interviews and data sessions with Conversation Analysts - a Podcast from The International Society for Conversation Analysis (ISCA)
The bi-weekly User Research podcast that helps you understand what is happening in User Research. It's the best way to keep up on trends, methods and insights across User / UX Research. Each week I capture the pulse of our community and answer a simple question: What mattered in User Research this week? This is the podcast version of the User Weekly newsletter. Views expressed are mine and are not necessarily the views of my employer. --Welcome to User Weekly, the User Research podcast where I help you stay up to date on the latest trends and happenings in the world of User Research. My name is Jan, and as a User Researcher, I know how important it is to stay informed about what's going on in our UX Research industry. That's why I've created this podcast – to bring you the most recent and relevant resources from the world of User Research, all in one place.This is the podcast companion to the newsletter of the same name that over 12 thousand user researchers, UX Researchers and People Who Do Research just like you read every week. I go through hundreds of articles from mainstream media to small blogs to capture the pulse of our UX Research community and answer a simple question: What mattered in User Research and UX Research this week? Every second Wednesday. I'll be discussing 3 of my favorite articles from the UX Research newsletter, so you can stay informed even if you don’t have the time to read the full newsletter every week. By following the User Experience Research podcast, you'll be able to follow the trends and themes that are top of mind for your peers, and get a birds-eye view of our industry in just 10-15 minutes each week. If this sounds relevant to you, consider following the User Research pod and if you haven’t already, subscribing to the free newsletter. And I am looking forward to hopefully seeing you in the next one.
71.Modern Slavery PEC podcast
The podcast from the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre is where we discuss evidence and research to support good law and policy to protect people from modern slavery. We talk to researchers about evidence they uncover in their research. We want to find out what practical impact on policies, laws and practice our research can have, and in turn what impact it can have on real people’s lives.
72.The Rabbit Hole Conversations
Kelly Chase is the host of The UFO Rabbit Hole Podcast and the author of a series of books by the same name. In this new podcast, she sits down with friends, colleagues, creators, and experiencers in the realm of UFOs, consciousness, and high strangeness in a series of intimate conversations to discuss their own personal journeys down the rabbit hole. PRAISE FOR THE UFO RABBIT HOLE PODCAST *Finally!* “Kelly Chase has done what so many others have failed miserably at: discuss this topic reasonably. This subject’s landscape is littered with overinflated egos carrying on about what they claim to know and how you’d respond if only you knew what they knew to interviewers who eagerly enable their dangerously self-serving rhetoric. Enter Kelly Chase, a genuinely curious host who questions everything and claims nothing. Her approach is the best I’ve encountered anywhere.” —ANewLeif via Apple Podcasts · USA · 09/03/22 *The best podcast on the topic* “This is hands down the best UFO podcast around. Each episode is incredibly well researched and has a nice balance of belief and skepticism, Kelly is an incredible storyteller and she manages to easily and clearly explain complicated concepts that some struggle with. I’m convinced that if she were to turn her episode scripts into a book, it would be a bestseller.” —DevilBoi69x via Apple Podcasts · USA · 08/31/22 *Finally, a UFO deep-dive that feels authentic!* “I love this topic, but it also attracts a lot of kooks due to the highly interpretive subject matter. It’s been difficult to find creators that feel like they’re doing their absolute best to remain unbiased and drive us closer to the source of truth. Kelly does an excellent job of getting us further into the rabbit hole without compromising her integrity or the trust of her audience. From the very first episode I could tell this was going to be a fun and fascinating ride, and so far I’m hooked!” —Tt0n0 via Apple Podcasts · USA · 10/14/22 *Brilliant!* “This is absolutely brilliant! The integration of UFO information with philosophy has been transformative. I have leaned so much and, more importantly, think about our world in a new way.” —Von Economo via Apple Podcasts · USA · 09/30/22 *Highly Intelligent Analysis* “Coming from someone who has spent tens of thousands of hours researching this field, this was a refreshing delight. Dissecting this already extremely complex field is really hard. How does one lay out information on a topic which no one actually knows what’s going on? Well Kelly does a wonderful job covering the vast array of very interesting linked topics.” —Timfdkbshvcd via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/22/22 *Brilliant podcast on the phenomenon!* “I’ve recently discovered this podcast and want to tell everyone I know to listen to it! It’s a brilliant show for absolute beginners but also for the UFO enthusiast. Kelly is so thoughtful & mapped out a vision for how to unfold this insanely complex topic. She shares many perspectives on the topic, weaving in her own synthesis and opinions as well. She is light hearted and witty while also being a fantastic researcher.” —Hathor1320 via Apple Podcasts · USA · 09/20/22 This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5757255/advertisement
73.Biology & Criminology
Discuss the common characteristics of early biological theories and answer the following question, “Are early biological theories different from modern perspectives?”
74.Lina Jones DiamondNetwork Show
Intro. This show is about us the people the working class, moms, dads and #military personal (as the wife of a Marine) relating to everyday life giving it to you real in my #murphyslaw virtual studio. Giving free exposure via interviews to entrepreneurs, self-employed, dreamers, hidden talents, small biz owners they don't have to pay for. I also give #IndependentArtist with good clean music an opportunity to have their songs played on this show free.. That's the working class is paying for enough don't you think WE are supporting the rich and the poor. #middlemanentertainment #linajones #diamondnetwork #diamondtalk #diamonddelights #socialmedia #ljdnshow #twitter #facebook #instagram. Check me out
All you need to know about Schizophrenia.
This is an in depth view in the Black Loves Matter movement and how it affects the US and everyone in it!
77.Going to Extremes
Welcome to the podcast page of the United Nations Office for Counter-Terrorism Behavioural Insights Hub in Doha, Qatar. Whether you are a policy maker, a project manager, a researcher, a practitioner, or simply want to learn more about the topic, this is the right space to find the latest news on Behavioural insights and its applications to countering terrorism, violent extremism, and radicalization. Our Podcast series will capture the latest research and innovation bringing together experts and decision-makers from around the world to discuss solutions to preventing and countering violent extremism. The programme will comprise of a number of seasons each dedicated to a specific topic.
78.Myanmar in a PodShell
The Podcast "Myanmar in a PodShell" provides analysis and background information on the situation in Myanmar. In each episode, proven experts have their say to shed light on specific social, political, cultural, religious or economic aspects. In doing so, the broadest possible spectrum of opinions is taken into account. The aim is to bring the different points of view into dialogue in order to bridge the rifts and divisions that have dominated the country and discussions about the country for decades. "Myanmar in a PodShell" is presented by Hans-Bernd Zöllner, Tim Schröder and Rodion Ebbighausen. The episodes appear at irregular intervals. The team of the podcast does not necessarily agree with the views expressed by the guests.
79.The Brain Blown Podcast
We’re Laine and Cherys, two licensed clinicians here to talk about why our brains do the things they do and how to use our minds to become happier & healthier people through the power of knowing more.
Explore the “Cyber PodDiary”, a Podcast with a Diary concept of documenting a journey into and through cybersecurity. Listen to the ups and downs of starting out in cyber as a newbie, a mature student who wants to discover their place in this very broad spectrum known as Cyber Security. Sharing tech, platforms, news and info about progression.
81.Richard Wiseman's On Your Mind
Why are some people so happy? How can you tell when politicians are lying? Is it logical to carry a lucky charm? Why do long lists of questions hold our attention? Welcome to Richard Wiseman’s On Your Mind, the podcast that aims to answer a thousand questions about the human mind. A magician, academic and author, Richard holds the UK’s only professorship in the public understanding of psychology. Together with science journalist Marnie Chesterton, they take on all manner of questions from the public, celebrities and each other, on everything from ghosts to laughter, dreaming to luck, sleep to memory. This fact-filled, irreverent, interactive podcast is the ultimate guide to the human psyche and provides listeners with an invaluable toolkit for successful living. Don't want to miss an episode? Follow the show (it's published weekly). Got a question for Richard? We’d love to hear from you - send a text or voice message to @wisemanpod https://twitter.com/wisemanpod CREDITS Presented by Professor Richard Wiseman and Marnie Chesterton Produced by Kate White Executive Producers for Podimo: Jake Chudnow and Matt White Executive Producers for TellTale: Rami Tzabar & Jago Lee Music: For My Friend / Daniel Fridell & Sven Lindvall / courtesy of http://www.epidemicsound.com
82.One in Ten
Engaging the brightest minds working to solve one of the world's toughest challenges—child abuse. Join us for conversations with leading experts on science, law, medicine, morality, and messaging. One in Ten is brought to you by National Children's Alliance, the largest network of care centers in the U.S. serving child victims of abuse. Our host is Teresa Huizar, NCA's CEO and a national expert on child abuse intervention and trauma treatment. Visit us online at nationalchildrensalliance.org.
83.Sociology for Dark Times
Everything all at once: Wars. Pandemics. Climate change. Neoliberalism. Authoritarianism. White supremacy...Every month, I ask a fellow sociologist the following questions: How can we, as sociologists, intervene in this moment, individually or collectively? How has their work changed over the last few years in response to the times? What are their sources of hope for change?
Welcome to ‘Talking Humanitarianism’. In this podcast series, you will hear from a range of researchers and practitioners sharing their reflections on a variety of humanitarian issues from migration, conflict and disaster to health and governance. This podcast series is an initiative of the Research Network on Humanitarian Efforts of the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS). The NCHS is a collaboration between the Chr. Michelsen Institute, the Peace Research Institute Oslo and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and is funded by the Research Council of Norway.
85.In Praise of the Margin
A podcast that holds space for conversations with researchers, scholars, and practitioners on the politics of space, theory, pedagogy, and much more. Join me for discussions that communicate ideas beyond North/South binaries and outside of academic walls. Tune in! -- Twitter: @tinwul Instagram: @temporalitie.s Write to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
86.Global Media & Communication
Global Media & Communication podcast series is part of the multimodal project powered by the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. At CARGC, we produce and promote critical, interdisciplinary, and multimodal research on global media and communication. We aim to bridge academic scholarship and public life, bringing the very best scholarship to bear on enduring global questions and pressing contemporary issues. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out through our email email@example.com, or follow us on Twitter @AnnenbergCARGC.
87.The Carbon Connection
The Carbon Connection highlights conversations about the many facets of climate change. These conversations are about hope, advocacy, and changing our future.
88.Guns for Hire
The Guns for Hire podcast is a production of the Atlantic Council’s North Africa Initiative. Taking Libya as its starting point, it explores the causes and implications of the growing use of mercenaries in armed conflict. The podcast features guests from many walks of life, from ethicists and historians to former mercenary fighters. It seeks to understand what the normalisation of private warfare tells us about the world as we currently find it, but also about the future of the international system and about what war could look like in the coming decades. Written and hosted by Dr Alia Brahimi.
Join two psychology professors (Paul Bloom and David Pizarro) as they cover a wide variety of topics about human psychology. Based on Paul Bloom’s new book Psych: The Story of the Human Mind.
90.Justin Riddle Podcast
Justin Riddle explores the nature of consciousness from the perspective of recent breakthroughs in neuroscience, biology, computer science, and physics. Quantum computers and quantum biology are revolutionizing technology and science. What can these new advances teach us about ourselves?
91.Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar: A History of Economics Podcast
Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is hosted by historians of economic thought Jennifer Jhun, François Allisson, and Çınla Akdere. Each month, the hosts discuss themes related to economics, its history and methodology, and its relevance to contemporary affairs.
92.Valuable Conversations with UCL IIPP
Welcome to Valuable Conversations, a student-produced podcast from UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP). In this series, students sit down with leading thinkers in economics, political economy, public administration, and technology for candid and unfiltered conversations about their life and work. Valuable Conversations is an opportunity to meet the people behind IIPP's leading research into rethinking the state, innovation, capitalism, and public policy.
Jacqui Maguire is a clinical psychologist, science communicator, media contributor and marriage celebrant. Jacqui's reputation is founded on her ability to convert complex psychological theory and evidence into easily understood concepts and practical strategies. Mind Brew combines two of Jacqui's favourite things; talking psychology whilst drinking a perfectly brewed flat white; covering a range of topics to support personal wellbeing, optimise work and enhance relationships.
94.Plague vs Covid
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95.The Power of Us
This podcast is for people who want to get smarter about groups and make groups smarter. Our goal is to help people like yourself harness their shared identities to improve performance, increase cooperation, and promote social harmony. A revolutionary new understanding of identity, showing how our group affiliations have a powerful influence on our feelings, beliefs, and behavior, that can inspire both personal change and social movements. For more of our work such as our book, videos, and articles, visit powerofus.online!
96.Advanced Microeconomics: The Micro-Theory.com Podcast, Microeconomics for Macroeconomists and Laymen
Microeconomics is the calculus of econometrics. @nickcarducci on venmo. Micro-Theory.com is a show about the unforsought utilities of the marginal utility plane of entrants between markets' and skews' complementary and substitutive supply and demand. Money doesn’t surpass loss of utility, value is the equal other side of the coin, elastic by luxurious industry. Population is not rising faster than inflation if that is not disproven marginally, and in this case, from GDP/p rising (marginal change-rate per period) only during slavery and the federal reserve, leisure amortized thrice in-lowering.
97.Through the Veil
Join JD as he talks about the things that go bump n the night. Scary Stories, Hauntings, Possessions OH MY!. Have a scary experience of your own? Send it to JD to tell on an episode. Visit Throughtheveilpodcast.com to learn more. https://buymeacoffee.com/THEVEIL Proud Member of the Darkcast Network.
98.Thinking About Indigenous Religions
Welcome to «Thinking About Indigenous Religions», a podcast where scholars, activists, artists, practitioners, and students discuss their understandings and usages of the term indigenous religions. The ambition is to address questions that many of us think of when we are thinking about indigenous religions. Are they the religions of indigenous peoples or a distinct group of religions? Is it a method, a theory, or a research field? Who gets to define indigenous religions? Who has already been defining indigenous religions, and whose voices and claims are yet to be heard and recognized? What makes a practice recognizable as religious and indigenous? This podcast is brought to you by INREL and GOVMAT from the Department of Archaeology, History, Religious Studies and Theology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Recording studio and technical support: UiT Result. Musical intro and outro: Lasse Michelsen. Host, editor and logo designer: Liudmila Nikanorova.
99.Let’s Smoke About It!
LSAI. Oklahoma’s #1 podcast for the Cannabis Culture! The podcast where freedom of thought meets freedom of consumption! Join ‘The Boys’ as they break down various topics from politics to the mental health and everything in-between, every Monday! From pre-legalization trapping to budtending to marketing and design, we’ve done it all and we’re here to smoke about it!! So roll one up, tune in and catch a vibe with LSAI, now on all major streaming platforms!
Aporia Podcast is a social science publication and podcast. Listen to fascinating guests from the world of genetics, psychology, sociology, economics & more. You can find our articles and bonus content here: https://www.aporiamagazine.com