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Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

The Stanford Psychology Podcast invites leading psychologists to talk about what’s on their mind lately. Join Eric, Anjie, Kate, Bella, and Joseph as they chat with their guests about their latest exciting work. Every week, an episode will bring you new findings from psychological science and how they can be applied to everyday life. The opinions and views expressed in this podcast represent those of the speaker and not necessarily Stanford's. Let us hear your thoughts at stanfordpsychpodcast@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @StanfordPsyPod. Soundtrack: Corey Zhou (UCSD). Logo: Sarah Wu (Stanford)
Episodes
59 - Kevin Binning: How to Foster Equity in College Science CoursesAugust 18, 2022 Episode artwork 58 - Susan Fiske: A Life of Studying Diversity and StereotypingAugust 11, 2022 Episode artwork 57 - Moira Dillon: Commonsense Psychology in Human Infants and MachinesAugust 04, 2022 Episode artwork 56 - Daniel Gilbert: Stumbling Into PsychologyJuly 28, 2022 Episode artwork 55 - Jordan Starck: How University Diversity Rationales Inform Student Preferences and OutcomesJuly 21, 2022 Episode artwork 54 - Mina Cikara: Hate Crimes Against MinoritiesJuly 14, 2022 Episode artwork 53 - Mimi Liljeholm: The Neuroscience of Agency, Learning, and How It Helps Us Understand AIJuly 07, 2022 Episode artwork 52 - Jay Van Bavel: The Power of UsJune 30, 2022 Episode artwork 51 - Elika Bergelson: How Babies Learn Words June 23, 2022 Episode artwork 50 - Michael Kraus: The US Is More Unequal Than You ThinkJune 16, 2022 Episode artwork 49 - Kurt Gray: Understanding Moral DisagreementJune 09, 2022 Episode artwork 48 - Nicholas Coles: Asking Big Question with Big-team Science June 02, 2022 Episode artwork 47 - David Dunning: The Psychology of Trust and Unwarranted CynicismMay 26, 2022 Episode artwork 46 - Marlone Henderson: The Burden and Benefits of Scheduling Time for CharityMay 19, 2022 Episode artwork 45 - Tiffany Brannon: Moving Toward More Inclusive Institutions through "Pride and Prejudice" May 12, 2022 Episode artwork 44 - Lasana Harris: Moving Beyond Stereotypes When Encountering StrangersMay 05, 2022 Episode artwork 43 - Henrike Moll: The Nuances of Theory of Mind - How Young Children Understand Others' Perspectives and Beliefs April 28, 2022 Episode artwork 42 - Anuj Shah: Knowledge of Strangers and Community PolicingApril 21, 2022 Episode artwork 41 - Vanessa Bohns: You Have More Influence Than You ThinkApril 14, 2022 Episode artwork 40 - Ashley Thomas: How Children Use Saliva Sharing to Infer Close RelationshipsApril 07, 2022 Episode artwork 39 - Robert Rosenthal: Self-Fulfilling Prophecies And The Pygmalion EffectMarch 31, 2022 Episode artwork 38 - Angie Johnston: How Studying Dogs (!) Helps Us Understand Human Social Learning March 24, 2022 Episode artwork 37 - Molly Crockett: Moral Outrage, Trust During Covid, And Incentives in AcademiaMarch 17, 2022 Episode artwork 36 - Gillian Sandstrom: Talking to StrangersMarch 10, 2022 Episode artwork 35 - Diego Gambetta: Trust, Distrust, and CynicismMarch 03, 2022 Episode artwork