Washington Post columnist Shankar Vedantam discusses his book "The Hidden Brain: How Our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage ...
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Why we do or think or feel what we do. Can't get enough!
I don’t typically leave reviews on podcasts, but feel that Hidden Brain is such an outstanding program that I just had to share! With every new insightful episode, I find myself learning more. This is probably the only podcast I listen to where I drop everything and just take it in. Have a cup of coffee or tea and absorb the different ideas that are presented!
Part of my gold routine, I would take more. Love the content, love the host Shankar Vedantam. My favorite episodes: "What are the odds" and "Men: 44 Women: 0". From MTL Quebec Canada ❤️
I love the content. Always interesting and thought provoking.
So thought provoking !
Thanks so much for the great work as always hidden Brian team #manup episode was fab !
I love your show. It's so interesting and often changes my perspective on the world around me. But lately I have been hearing a lot about how the world of social psychology and psychology and science in general has been plagued by problems with exaggeration, bias and fraud. Made very concrete with the failures to replicate so many of the interesting results of different studies. I love hearing about the surprising, sect and counter intuitive findings on your show and it's a lot of what makes your podcast interesting (high production, beautiful story telling, thorough journalism aside). But lately I'm a little confused about how much I should trust what I am hearing. Could you do an episode or a series about effects you have reported on that have been found to be unreplicable or questionable. A regular show of this kind would go a long way to restoring trust and might have flow on effects back into the way science is done.
Mobil? Really? Did you think twice about pocketing the dirty money? Shame, devalued the pod for me 😕
Wayne Gretzky is so great because Chuck Norris was a good friend of his. He just wouldn't admit it publically, b/c Chuck Norris felt that it's about time that anyone else but him got the attention. The media is that fucking annoying.
What we call the secret of happiness is no more a secret than our willingness to choose life.
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