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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 06.05.17

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 05.30.2017

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #9: Just Sex

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    Topic of Discussion:
    We all know casual sex isn't about love. But what if it's not even about lust? Sociologist Lisa Wade believes the pervasive hookup culture on campuses today is different from that faced by previous generations. This week on Hidden Brain, we explore what this culture means for those who choose to participate, and for those who opt out.

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    Hidden Brain Ep. 63: Im Not A Terrorist...

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    Ep. 63: I'm Not A Terrorist...
    Making jokes about politics is a tradition as old as America itself. These days, of course, comedians have a new target: President Donald Trump. We talk with Iranian-American comedian Maz Jobrani about finding humor in the midst of deep political divides, and how he uses an understanding of human nature to craft a successful punchline.

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 07.18.2017

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    Shankar Vedantam keynote: The Hidden Brain -- Strata + Hadoop 2014

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    From the 2014 Strata Conference + Hadoop World in New York City.

    About Shankar Vedantam:
    Shankar Vedantam is the author of The Hidden Brain: How our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage Wars and Save Our Lives. He is also a social science correspondent at NPR – National Public Radio. He was formerly a reporter at The Washington Post. From 2007 to 2009, he wrote the Post’s Department of Human Behavior column. Vedantam travels widely to give talks that explore how the science of human behavior shapes corporate life, nonprofit institutions and public policy.

    Vedantam has been invited to teach at several academic institutions, including Harvard University and Columbia University. He has served as a senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, and as a fellow at the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University.

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    Rabbits Podcast - Is it worth your time?

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    Talking about the Rabbits podcast

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    Disarming A Robbery … With A Glass Of Wine

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    A few friends were enjoying a backyard dinner party when an uninvited guest appeared -- and things took a frightening turn. What do you do in the face of confrontation? Alix Spiegel, host of NPR's Invisibilia podcast, explains the concept of non-complementary behavior. And Manual Cinema brings it to life with a shadow puppet performance. Watch a behind-the-scenes version of this shadow puppet performance by Manual Cinema:

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #1: Global Debut Broadcast

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    The Hidden Brain helps curious people understand the world – and themselves. Using science and storytelling, Hidden Brain's host Shankar Vedantam reveals the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, the biases that shape our choices, and the triggers that direct the course of our relationships.

    Topic of Discussion:
    A conversation about life's unseen patterns. Discover what's inside your Hidden Brain

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    Planet Money Podcast - 06.07.17

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 05.16.2017

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #13: Im Right Youre Wrong

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    Topic of Discussion:
    There are some topics about which it seems no amount of data will change people's minds: things like climate change, or restrictions on gun ownership. Neuroscientist Tali Sharot says that's actually for good reason. As a general rule, she says, it's better to stick to your beliefs and disregard new information that contradicts them. But this also means it's very difficult to change false beliefs. This week, we look at how we process information, and why it's so hard to change our views.

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    Planet Money Podcast - 05.05.2017

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    Hidden Brain Episode 54: Panic in the Streets

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    Hidden Brain Episode 54: Panic in the Streets
    It sounds like the plot of a movie: police discover the body of a young man who's been murdered. The body tests positive for a deadly infectious disease. Authorities trace the killing to a gang. They race to find gang members linked to the murder... who may also be incubating the virus. This week on Hidden Brain... disease, panic, and how a public health team used psychology to confront an epidemic.
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    Hidden Brain - Episode #15: Creature Comforts

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    Topic of Discussion:
    This week, Hidden Brain considers the power of touch. First, the story of a grown woman who still sleeps with her baby blanket. Then, the science of why we seek comfort and affection.

    Hosted by: Shankar Vedantham
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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 05.02.2017

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    Planet Money Podcast - 06.09.17

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #4: Pedestals & Guillotines

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    Topic of Discussion:
    It's inauguration season, which means balls, parades, and celebrations. We may love the pomp and circumstance, but there's another, darker side to our psychology, too. Whether we like the new president or not, human beings have a strange and contradictory relationship with power and celebrity. We idolize the rich and famous, but also enjoy seeing them fall from their pedestals. This week on Hidden Brain, we explore this paradox: from Hollywood, to the White House, to the forests of Tanzania.

    Hosted by: Shankar Vedantam
    Podcast Radio Network: Real Revolution Radio 2.0
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    Hidden Brain - Episode #3: Slanguage

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    Topic of Discussion:
    Young people have always used language in new and different ways, and it has pretty much always driven older people crazy. But the linguist John McWhorter says all the likes and LOLs are part of a natural – and inevitable –evolution of language. This week on Hidden Brain, why language can't sit still.

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    What is Big Data and how does it work?

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    We explain in collaboration with Anchormen what Big Data is and the possibilities that it holds.

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    Hidden Brain Ep.61: Just Sex

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    Episode 61: Just Sex
    We all know casual sex isn't about love. But what if it's not even about lust? Sociologist Lisa Wade believes the pervasive hookup culture on campuses today is different from that faced by previous generations. This week on Hidden Brain, we explore what this culture means for those who choose to participate, and for those who opt out.

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 08.08.2017

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #8: Loss & Renewal

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    Topic of Discussion:
    Maya Shankar was well on her way to an extraordinary career as a violinist when an injury closed that door. This week, we look at how she wound up at the top of another field: the social sciences.

    Hosted by: Shankar Vedantam
    Podcast Radio Network: Real Revolution Radio 2.0
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    Shankar Vedantam: The Hidden Brain

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    Washington Post columnist Shankar Vedantam discusses his book The Hidden Brain: How Our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage Wars, and Save Our Lives. The hidden brain is Vedantam's shorthand for a host of brain functions, emotional responses, and cognitive processes that happen outside of our conscious awareness, but that have a decisive effect on how we behave. This lecture was presented by the Harvard Book Store and recorded on 2/9/10. View more lectures at:

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    Hidden Brain - Episode #6: Deep Story

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    Topic of Discussion:
    In the months since the presidential election, many have noted that lots of Americans live in bubbles — echo chambers filled with the voices of people who mostly agree with us. Sociologist Arlie Hochschild felt this long before the rise of Donald Trump, and five years ago she went on a mission to understand the other side. She left her own liberal bubble in Berkeley, California for a conservative one, deep in the Louisiana bayou.

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    Christians Are Being Brain Washed Into Technocracy!

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    Recent stats showed how Christians in cities are more likely to accept a marxist socialist perspective. These sociological ideologies is fertile ground for the technocratic dream of creating smart cities. The genetic manipulation of humanity will begin in these cities where bio-identification, DNA manipulation, and other forms of enhancement will become culture and commonplace. It also signifies the return of the Watchers, as their technological dream is being realized by the workings hands of good people here on earth. This massive deception will usher in a time that the Bible calls, the end of the age, and the Day of the Lord.

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    Top 10 Best Podcasts

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 05.09.2017

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    Criminal - Episode 38 Jolly Jane from Criminal on podbay

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    Episode 38: Jolly Jane

    Jane Toppan was born in Massachusetts in 1857. She attended the Cambridge Nursing School, and established a successful private nursing career in Boston. Said to be cheerful, funny and excellent with her patients, nothing about Jolly Jane suggested she could be the most notorious woman poisoner of modern times.

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    Ramblings Episode 505: Myths and Legends Podcast

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    A newly-found show that is expanding my knowledge of folklore.

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    Planet Money Podcast - 05.24.2017

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    Cosby Unraveled Podcast - 06.18.2017

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    Is It Weird To Still Have Your Childhood Blanket?

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    Turns out that still sleeping with your childhood blanket is not that rare. John and Hannah discuss.

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    Snap Judgement - Episode #39: The Klan

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    On the next Snap...The Klan. The word instills fear in many, fascination in some, and allegiance in others, and on the next Snap Judgment we're going face to face.

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    Shankar Vedantam: How the hidden brain influences decision making

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    Spitfire Strategies and the Communications Network are proud to present NPR's Shankar Vedantam in this installment of the Science of Communications. Vedantam's reporting focuses on the human brain and social sciences. In this presentation, he helps explain how the Hidden Brain influences decision making.

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    Brain Games Season 4 Episode 6 Memory SD

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    Sports Tips with Tiffanie :: RELEVANT Podcast Episode 460

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    Our second-string host Tiffanie Brunson stops by to give us some sage advice for the upcoming football season.

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    Hidden Brain Podcast - 06.12.17

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    The Hedgehog and the Fox

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    My thoughts on knowing many things or one big thing.
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    Teenager Becomes Musical Genius After Suffering Head Injury

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    Lachlan Connors was playing lacrosse in the sixth grade when he hit his head on the ground and sustained a concussion. Although he began to display concerning behaviors, he was allowed to return to sports. Soon after, another concussion sent him to the hospital for weeks and Connors began suffering from epileptic seizures and mini-hallucinations.

    The Colorado teenager was saddened to learn he could never play contact sports again, but while recovering from the head injuries, he realized he could suddenly play music with little effort. According to his mother, Elsie Hamilton, Connors had displayed no musical talent before the accident. I would say 'Can't you hear what's next?' with something like 'Mary Had a Little Lamb' or 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star' and he'd say 'No,' she said.

    But now a junior in high school, Connors plays 13 instruments, including bagpipes (both Scottish and Irish), piano, guitar, mandolin, and karimba. According to Connors' physician, Dr. Spyridon Papadopoulos:

    This was not a small injury for him, Papadopoulos said.

    The thought is just a theory — that this was a talent laying latent in his brain and somehow was uncovered by his brain rewiring after the injury. Clearly something happened in his brain and his brain had to recover from injury and change happened. And change may have uncovered this ability no one knew he had.
    Connors cannot read music and plays all of the instruments by ear. And while some do question whether or not a brain injury helped uncover his talent, Connors believes it did. I honestly think something got rewired, he said. Something just changed, and thank God it did.



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    Freakonomics Radio - How to Be More Productive

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    Freakonomics - How to Be More Productive

    It's Self-Improvement Month at Freakonomics Radio. We begin with a topic that seems to be on

    everyone's mind: how to get more done in less time. First, however, a warning: there's a big

    difference between being busy and being productive.

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    Partially Examined Life podcast - Buddhism and Naturalism - Flanagan

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    This is an excerpt from a prior episode of The Partially Examined Life podcast discussing Owen Flanagan's The Bodhisattva's Brain: Buddhism Naturalized.

    The Bodhisattva's Brain: Buddhism Naturalized can be purchased from Amazon.com here:

    You can find the entire unabridged Buddhism podcast, along with dozens of others discussing philosophers from Aristotle to Wittgenstein, at the Partially Examined Life website:

    About PEL: The podcasters were all graduate students in philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin back in the Clinton years. They all left the program at some point before getting their doctorates and have consequently since had time to get outside that whole weird world of academia and reflect on it and the various philosophical topics with a different, and probably much more lazy, perspective.

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    Cosby Unraveled Podcast - 06.05.2017

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    Planet Money Podcast - 08.11.2017

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    FreshAir NPR Robin Williams interview

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    Reaired interview with Robin Williams in memorium.

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    Radiolab - Radiolab Presents: Invisibilia

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    Radiolab - Radiolab Presents: Invisibilia
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    Producers' Note: A correction has been made to this audio to reflect the wishes of the subject of this story, Paige Abendroth. NPR's Invisibilia's originally included Paige's birth name in this piece due to a miscommunication between Invisibilia's reporter, Alix Spiegel and Paige. We have not been in contact with Paige directly, but NPR has issued the following statement from Anne Gudenkauf, senior supervising editor of NPR's science desk: We would never have violated Paige’s wishes in this story; it’s an unfortunate misunderstanding. Invisibilia's upcoming episode on Paige will be edited to remove references to the name she no longer recognizes. Also the upcoming episode, which focuses on how categories affect us all, will explore in more depth the changes in Paige's life over the two years that she and Alix have spoken and will do that, as always, with attention to bi-gender and transgender reporting guidelines.
    Former Radiolab producer Lulu Miller and NPR reporter Alix Spiegel come to the studio to give us a sneak peak of their new show, Invisibilia.
    Invisibilia has an upcoming episode about categories, so Alix tells us a story about two very basic categories: boy and girl. We've heard lots of stories about the sometimes blurry boundaries between boy and girl, but Alix introduces us to someone who experiences those categories in a way that was totally, completely new to us.
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