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People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood

A podcast about understanding other people and understanding ourselves. The website is at behavior-podcast.com. Hosted by Zachary Elwood, author of some well known books on poker tells/behavior. Includes talks with people from a wide range of fields about how they interpret and use human behavior in their work. Occasionally focuses on political polarization and the psychology that drives it.
Reading "drug-seeking behaviors", with Dr. Casey GroverAugust 17, 2022 Episode artwork Predicting psychosis and schizophrenia using language patterns, with Neguine Rezaii August 09, 2022 Episode artwork Reading and predicting jury behavior, with Christina Marinakis (reshare from 2018)July 21, 2022 Episode artwork How to spot fake online reviews, with Olu Popoola (reshare from 2019)July 05, 2022 Episode artwork Group psychology, polarization, and persuasion, with Matthew HornseyJune 10, 2022 Episode artwork Analyzing written and verbal statements for hidden meaning, with Mark McClish (reshare from 2018)May 22, 2022 Episode artwork Behavioral indicators of healthy and unhealthy relationships, with Brandi Fink (reshare from 2019)May 08, 2022 Episode artwork Psychological effects of social media content moderation policies, with Bill Ottman May 01, 2022 Episode artwork Are a majority of Americans actually racist?, with Leonie Huddy April 19, 2022 Episode artwork Cryptocurrency, problem gambling, and addiction, with Paul DelfabbroApril 10, 2022 Episode artwork Why do people believe the U.S. election was stolen?, with Peter WoodMarch 17, 2022 Episode artwork Detecting lies via facial muscles and machine learning, with Dino Levy March 15, 2022 Episode artwork How many Americans actually support political violence?, with Thomas Zeitzoff March 04, 2022 Episode artwork Studying poker tells scientifically, with Brandon SheilsFebruary 15, 2022 Episode artwork On how distance makes it easier to kill (and do other things), with Abe RutchickFebruary 08, 2022 Episode artwork On American polarization and being a black conservative, with John Wood Jr. February 03, 2022 Episode artwork The awe and the horror of existence, with existential psychologist Kirk SchneiderJanuary 28, 2022 Episode artwork Using conversation analysis to make your language more persuasive, with Elizabeth StokoeJanuary 15, 2022 Episode artwork How many Trump supporters really believe the election was rigged?, with Tom PepinskyJanuary 06, 2022 Episode artwork Inherent aspects of social media that amplify divides and bad thinking December 27, 2021 Episode artwork Artificial intelligence and the nature of consciousness, with Hod LipsonDecember 21, 2021 Episode artwork Does video surveillance decrease crime?, with Eric PizaDecember 04, 2021 Episode artwork Rittenhouse verdict reactions and political polarizationNovember 22, 2021 Episode artwork Conversation analysis and ethnomethodology, with Saul AlbertNovember 12, 2021 Episode artwork Tracking people over land, aka "sign cutting," with Rob SpeidenOctober 28, 2021 Episode artwork