Hidden Brain

Washington Post columnist Shankar Vedantam discusses his book "The Hidden Brain: How Our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage ...

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4 star

I really LOVE hidden brain and always learn so much from listening to each episode. However I found the recent episode called Creating God pretty offensive and not thorough in its investigation of truth and showing perspective. It assumes the premise of truth is that all religion does not originate from a divine source. Which is not what 3/4 of the world believes to be true. So it would have been nice to hear at least a tiny bit of the other side of the idea being presented, that religion indeed can also come from an inexplicable divine source, not solely through social evolution etc.

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Smallredbikes
5 star

Accessible. Touching. Fascinating. Addictive. Thought provoking. Informative. Learned. Science at its' most humane. The world looks so different after each episode. Shankar is the Ira Glass of Science & Medicine podcasting. For the curioser and curioser in us Alice:) Super loved podcast. Love, Canada.

occam's sunrise
Occam's sunrise
5 star

I absolutely love this podcast! but there has been too many weeks now without episodes or with re-runs being played as though they are first time episodes. Loyal followers have heard them already, new followers could use an archive to listen to. Please bring it back to full speed!

Jsolds
Jsolds
5 star

So thought provoking !

LawProne
LawProne
5 star

Excellent show! I highly recommend it if you want to learn something really useful. After listening to the podcast I feel I read an entire library.

ratchrist
Ratchrist
5 star

Love, love, love!

Janvion19
Janvion19
2018-08-16

@ShaniApo: When it's between husband and wife, it's not gossip. It's just thoughts moving from one hemisphere of the brain to the other.…

zxcvidon
Zxcvidon
2018-08-16

@jeshwehey: one at a time, brain 😡🤕🤯

voltronned
Voltronned
2018-08-16

did my brain really have to have a dream about a certain someone I’ve been trying to forget about for about a year now 😒

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris

When Chuck Norris dropped out of kindergarten, a huge crack was formed in the tectonic plates causing a 100 ft tsunami in Japan which killed 1000000 people, and destroyed property worth $999999999999. Some scientists estimate that if he had dropped out from high school, the event would have most certainly destroyed the whole planet.

sharonadine
Sharonadine
5 star

I love this podcast, I’m a bit addicted & I’m always telling people about things I’ve heard & learned.

Kiwi fella
Kiwi fella
5 star

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Samgrasa889
Samgrasa889
5 star

This pod cast is very easy to listen to. Always stimulates more thoughts and conversations after it has finished

samcc1123
Samcc1123
5 star

Great podcast, thank you GB

joannainsworth
Joannainsworth
2 star

I would like to listen to this as the content sounds good but I am put off by the dreadful unnecessary music that isn’t so much in the background. It’s a shame there isn’t a way to block it out. GB

plumbeum
Plumbeum
5 star

A consummate storyteller who reveals the truth of the mind in a sociological context, allowing individuals’ voices to have clarity in context. I love this show, it puts windows in my walls. GB

Leo Buscaglia
Leo Buscaglia

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

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