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Hosted by Psychology Professor, Personal Leadership and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, Public Speaker, and former School Counselor, Ryan David. Ryan is the founder and CEO of The Ryan David Foundation, a company dedicated to personal growth, education, development, and psychological awareness. Real Talk is an informative, educational, opinionated outlet for Ryan to share his insight, perspective, and expertise with the world. A wide range of topics related to human behavior and personal developme ...
 
The Masters in Psychology Podcast explores graduate psychology topics and issues that are relevant in aiding students who are interested in furthering their education in psychology. The episodes comprise interviews of psychology professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, professors, students, researchers, consultants, etc. These interviews feature information and provide advice to empower students to make knowledgeable choices regarding their academic careers.
 
What if we were not alone as entrepreneurs, artists, athletes & creatives? We are trained to believe that if we are not doing something productive at every moment of every day that we are failing, that we are being left behind. That we are not working towards success. The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, hosted by Ronsley Vaz, brings to the public discussion insights from New York Times bestselling authors, founders of multi-million dollar companies, Olympic athletes, clinical psychologists, ...
 
Does familiarity really breed contempt? How likely are you to conform to the actions of others? Is there a better predictor for success than your IQ score? Join Professor Mario J. Rocchetta and featured guests on EDUCATED, a podcast with easy-to-follow academic discussion covering these and other issues in psychology and related areas. It's time to break down the walls of higher learning. It's time to get EDUCATED.
 
Under the supervision of Antioch University Professor Jacqueline Pinn, Antioch alumni Gaea Woods, MA, recorded a series of conversations between herself and Spiritual Depth Psychology (SDP) professors, students, and alumni. This podcast was made to shine light on the perspectives of SDP professors, students and alumni at Antioch University Los Angeles. If you want to learn more about the SDP Specialization at Antioch University Los Angeles, this is the podcast for you.
 
I remember in one of my first psychology classes in college, the professor said "Anxiety is the key to neurotic behavior". At that time I couldn't comprehend the vast and all-encompassing nature of that observation. I have sense come to believe that anxiety play a role in every negative outcome in life. If we can manage our anxiety, we can live happier, more productive, more peaceful lives. Less Anxious with Kristen Watts Anxiety management strategies and support. http://youtube.com/lessanxi ...
 
Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
*** Finalist at The Australian Podcast Awards 2019 & 2020 *** Do you want to learn more about investing? How to improve decision making and time management from business leaders around the world? Hi, I'm Ted Richards and in this podcast I speak with experts from around the world to explore and learn ways we can make smarter decisions when it comes to investing money and time. I love talking to talented investors, athletes and professors about how they succeeded and what we can learn from the ...
 
Come To Yourself provides unbiased, easily accessible information from the top scholars in the fields of transpersonal psychology and consciousness studies, coupled with personal insights from successful artists, musicians, and business professionals, to anyone looking to start their spiritual journey to discover and serve their soul's mission in life. Our podcasts are interviews with noted professors and authors, as well as artists, musicians, and writers about transpersonal concepts, ways ...
 
Edgy thought-provoking posts, commentaries, and interviews by Dr. Beni Balak on today’s social economics and geopolitical issues helping decipher the misinformation propaganda inflicted on our society by today’s corporate media profiteers and their political facilitators. Dr. Balak is an economics professor at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. He currently teaches various courses on economics, media, and propaganda.Co-hosting the podcast with Dr. Balak, is Jesse Velez, a recently grad ...
 
The Glo Podcast asks questions about self-care, deepening your sense of self and inspiring you to take action for a better world. Derik Mills, co-founder and co-CEO of Glo.com, speaks with guests about their practices and solutions for managing burnout, getting more sleep, dealing with anxiety, and becoming a better listener. We deepen our understanding of the connections we make in inner experiences that emerge from our biology, within our psychology, and through physical movement, and brin ...
 
What does Enlightenment mean? Former criminalist, Eldon Taylor, believes that true enlightenment can only come when you learn to take charge of your own thoughts. Can you state that your beliefs truly are your own and not just adopted from ideas that are politically correct and mass approved? According to Eldon Taylor, free thinking is difficult for many reasons, ranging from the psychology of your being to the mass attempts to mold your thinking for the convenience of others! Join Eldon Tay ...
 
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In this talk, Peter Gatrell discusses the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, signed in Geneva on 28 July 1951. He explains the circumstances leading up to the Refugee Convention and considers what it was designed to achieve: a commitment to recognise and protect refugees who have a well-founded fear of persecution. At pre…
 
What is biotensegrity? How can it be used to understand movement coordination and preparation on an individual level and team coordination? How does it relate to Bernstein’s concepts of motor synergies and muscle tone? Articles:The Medium of Haptic Perception: A Tensegrity Hypothesis Is Tensegrity the Functional Architecture of the Equilibrium Poin…
 
At Glo, we have an internal slack channel called “Member Love” where we post feedback from our members around the world. This is the first of a special feature on The Glo Podcast where we’ll be sharing a conversation with a Glo member. Today, Derik speaks with Emer Deane, founder of Clear Path Coaching and Polyvagal informed Leadership and Career C…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with psychologist and neurodiversity consultant, Dr Seonaid Anderson, about the development of tics in childhood. They discuss the features of tics and optimal ways for parents to respond if their child develops one. They talk about pathways for clinical care and focus on a dramatic increase in new tics presenting i…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Saba Rasheed Ali, lead author of the TCP article "Sociopolitical Development and Healthcare Career Interest, Self-Efficacy, and Outcome Expectations Among Rural Youth" (coauthored by Dr. Yunkyoung Loh Garrison, Ms. Ziomara Cervantes, and Mr. Devon Dawson)…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Patty Kuo, Dr. Zac Imel, and Dr. Karen Tao, coauthors of the TCP article "An Experimental Analogue Evaluation of Asian and Asian Americans’ Immediate Reactions to Therapist Microaggressions".
 
Syntax is the cognitive system that underlies the patterns found in the grammar of human languages. In this talk, David Adger explains what syntax as an area of study is, why he finds it important and fascinating, and why it is central to what it means to be human. The paperback edition of his book, Language Unlimited. The Science behind our most c…
 
Conscious control seems to be far too slow to account for skilled performance in sports while using automatic habits seems not to be smart enough to allow for adaptation to the ever-changing constraints an athlete faces. How can we be both adaptable and fast? Does adaptability require mental representation? Articles: Neither mindful nor mindless, b…
 
Almost 30 began as a podcast between two friends sharing candid conversations about spirituality, holistic health and wellness, personal development, rejection, fear, relationships, and finding purpose. They have since recorded nearly 500 podcast episodes and counting, and expanded their platform to a global network for women. Lisa Brooks Mills, Gl…
 
This talk introduces research on the sign languages of deaf communities: natural, complex human languages, both similar to and different from spoken languages. It includes discussion of sign language and the evolution of human language; sign language and the brain, and sign language acquisition by young children, as well as the history and future o…
 
This episode of The Glo Podcast, Derik speaks with celebrated photographer and yogi, Robert Sturman, whose work has taken him around the world, into prisons, and behind the scenes on military bases. He’s also been the official artist of iconic events such as Grammy Awards, FIFA World Cup, and U.S. Olympics. Sturman discusses his parallel journey as…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Oswaldo Moreno, lead author of the TCP article "Psychological Impact, Strengths, and Handling the Uncertainty Among Latinx DACA Recipients" (coauthored by Ms. Lisa Fuentes, Ms. Isis Garcia-Rodriguez, Dr. Rosalie Corona, and Dr. German Cadenas).…
 
Nutmeg was recently purchased by JP Morgan for a reported £700 million (approx AUD$1.3 billion) so I thought it timely to re-release this episode to hear the Nutmeg story. Note: the discussion took place when this episode was first released back in May of 2019.Ted Richards
 
Over the winter of 1610-11, a magnificent telescope was built in London. It was almost two metres long, cast in silver and covered with gold. This was the first telescope ever produced in such an extraordinary way, worthy of a great king or emperor. Why was it made, what was its political significance and who was it going to? In this talk, Timon Sc…
 
What is interoceptive attention and how might it help an performer adapt to changes in individual constraints like fatigue and anxiety? Article: What Makes an Elite Shooter and Archer? The Critical Role of Interoceptive Attention More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Faceb…
 
Focusing on the negative gets you nowhere, especially in business. If you don’t want to be a victim of yourself, it’s simple. Don’t be one. In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship… Erik Huberman doesn’t believe in the victim complex. And it shows. “Well, if you go in expecting it to be a shit show, it's a shit show.” As ... Read More T…
 
J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur (1735-1813) was a farmer as well as a complex thinker of the contradictions of American identity as described in his famous Letters from an American Farmer and, more strikingly, in his French texts which develop his description and analysis of the New World and its peoples. Many readers of his English work have focus…
 
Does the amount of and structure of variability matter when training a new learner? Are there benefits to using Differential Learning over a simple serial, variable practice schedule? Article: Null Effects of Different Amounts of Task Variation in Both Contextual Interference and Differential Learning Paradigms More information: http://perceptionac…
 
Dr. Turner, a first-generation college student, is a Louisiana native (born and raised in Baton Rouge) who discovered his interest in psychology later in his undergraduate career while attending Louisiana State University (LSU). He originally had plans to become a pediatrician and go to medical school but after taking a child psychology course, he …
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks to Chief Constable Simon Bailey about the culture of violence against women and girls, particularly in schools. They outline the key things that parents and schools should do to cultivate open and honest discussion around issues of sexual harassment, sexting and predatory behaviour online.…
 
All of us like to come out on top whether it's in competitive sports or even just the day-to-day game that we call life. What does it take to win—and how can we apply these insights from a battle on the gridiron to our next meeting at work? Coach Tom Annett from Korah Collegiate delivers battle-tested wisdom and stories in the show's season two fin…
 
Goods and possessions offer us ways into understanding how late medieval people saw the world and their position in it. In this talk, Christopher Woolgar discusses objects of daily life, their significance and the meaning of material culture (what we might understand as ‘people’s stuff') in late medieval England, to reveal changes in mentality that…
 
Dr. Sebastien Hélie is a French Canadian originally from Quebec. He grew up in a suburb of Montreal where he eventually received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Cognitive Psychology from the Universite de Montreal. During this time, he learned about computational psychology or mathematical psychology which sparked his…
 
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