Sitemap - 2022 - Stanford Psychology Podcast

78 - Laura Schulz: The journey of becoming a cognitive scientist and what babies and children have taught us about their cognition

77 - Melissa Kibbe: How do infants represent objects and agents?

76 - Robert Cialdini: A Life of Influence

75 - Russ Poldrack: What can neuroimaging research tell us about the brain and why is reproducible neuroscience important?

74 - Johannes Eichstaedt: Is Social Media to Blame for Mental Illness?

73 - Juliana Schroeder: Mistakenly Seeking Solitude

72 - Maria Arredondo: When babies need to learn two languages

71 - Tessa West: Dealing with Toxic Coworkers

70 - Julia Leonard: Young children's effort allocation and persistence in learning

69 - Robin Dunbar: How Many People Can You Be Friends With?

68 - Special Episode: Join BTS (Big Team Science, not the K-pop band) Conference!

67 - Special Episode: Behind the Scenes of Paths to PhD

66 - Shai Davidai: Pursuing Status in a Zero-Sum World

65 - Viridiana Benitez: The Power of Predictability

64 - Claude Steele: How Trust Reduces Stereotype Threat

63 - Anne Scheel: Why Most Psychological Research Findings Are Not Even Wrong

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62 - Carol Dweck & Matt Dixon: The Neuroscience of Intelligent Decisions

61 - Chaz Firestone: Melting Ice With Your Mind

60 - Robb Willer: Why Your Political Enemy Is Not as Violent as You Think

59 - Kevin Binning: How to Foster Equity in College Science Courses

58 - Susan Fiske: A Life of Studying Diversity and Stereotyping

57 - Moira Dillon: Commonsense Psychology in Human Infants and Machines

56 - Daniel Gilbert: Stumbling Into Psychology

55 - Jordan Starck: How University Diversity Rationales Inform Student Preferences and Outcomes

54 - Mina Cikara: Hate Crimes Against Minorities

53 - Mimi Liljeholm: The Neuroscience of Agency, Learning, and How It Helps Us Understand AI

52 - Jay Van Bavel: The Power of Us

51 - Elika Bergelson: How Babies Learn Words

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

49 - Kurt Gray: Understanding Moral Disagreement

48 - Nicholas Coles: Asking Big Question with Big-team Science

47 - David Dunning: The Psychology of Trust and Unwarranted Cynicism

46 - Marlone Henderson: The Burden and Benefits of Scheduling Time for Charity

45 - Tiffany Brannon: Moving Toward More Inclusive Institutions through "Pride and Prejudice"

44 - Lasana Harris: Moving Beyond Stereotypes When Encountering Strangers

43 - Henrike Moll: The Nuances of Theory of Mind - How Young Children Understand Others' Perspectives and Beliefs

42 - Anuj Shah: Knowledge of Strangers and Community Policing

41 - Vanessa Bohns: You Have More Influence Than You Think

40 - Ashley Thomas: How Children Use Saliva Sharing to Infer Close Relationships

39 - Robert Rosenthal: Self-Fulfilling Prophecies And The Pygmalion Effect

38 - Angie Johnston: How Studying Dogs (!) Helps Us Understand Human Social Learning

37 - Molly Crockett: Moral Outrage, Trust During Covid, And Incentives in Academia

36 - Gillian Sandstrom: Talking to Strangers

35 - Diego Gambetta: Trust, Distrust, and Cynicism

34 - Fiery Cushman: The Possibility of Violence

33 - Jon Jachimowicz: Should You Follow Your Passion?

32 - Ethan Kross: Why We Talk to Ourselves and How to Make Our Inner Voices Work in Our Favor

31 - Tom Gilovich: Judging Individuals, Judging Groups

30 - Claudia Haase: Emotion Regulation in Couples

29 - Axel Cleeremans: The Study of Consciousness, Cognition, and Decision-Making

28 - Kateri McRae: How Emotions are Generated

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