Sitemap - 2021 - Stanford Psychology Podcast

26 - Richard Wilkinson: Inequality, Health, and Positive Psychology

25 - Brian Nosek: The Pursuit of Open and Reproducible Science

24 - Paul Rozin: Improving Psychology

23 - Special Episode: What Is It Like to Get (Paid) Summer Research Experience at CSLI?

22 - Kelly McGonigal: Communicating Psychology

21 - James Gross: Building Emotion Regulation Skills During the Pandemic and Beyond

20 - Jillian Jordan: Victimhood and Morality

19 - Michal Strahilevitz: Teaching Happiness

18 - Abigail Marsh: Surprising Predictors of Everyday Kindness

17 - Scott Barry Kaufman: The Light Triad - A Psychology of Everyday Saints

16 - Erin Westgate: Why People Would Rather Shock Themselves Than Sit Alone with Their Thoughts

15 - Robert Sapolsky: Why Society Would Be Fairer If We Stopped Believing in Free Will

14 - Alison Gopnik: How Can Understanding Childhood Help Us Build Better AI?

13 - Wade Davis: A More Tolerant And Compassionate Mindset For Everyday Life

12 - Tobias Gerstenberg: Whose Fault Is It? Causal Judgments in Everyday Life

11 - Special Episode: The Past, Present and Future of the Paths to Ph.D. Event

10 - Hyowon Gweon: What Makes Us So Good at Learning from Each Other?

09 - Alan Fiske: The Problems with Labeling Emotions, And the Case for a New Emotion

08 - Judith Fan: The Wonders of Playing With Blocks

07 - Ovul Sezer: The Case for Sharing Good News

06 - Deon Benton: What a Computational Model Can Tell Us About Babies' Inner (Moral) Life?

05 - Linda Skitka: Moral Convictions

04 - Edouard Machery: What Is A Replication?

03 - Thomas Talhelm: Is Our Understanding of Collectivism Wrong? A New Theory of Responsibilism

02 - Michael Frank: The Universals and Variations of Children's Early Language Learning

01 - Jamil Zaki: Cynicism and Market Cognition