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Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Science of Psychotherapy magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist.
 
The show that explains why we do, what we do. A heady mix of behavioural science, current affairs, interesting stories and general banter. All facts, true or alternative, that are claimed on this show should be checked, and be generally viewed with an ominous sense of mistrust.
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
The PhD students at the London Institute of Medical Sciences bring science to your ears by interviewing leading scientists in biology and medicine. https://lms.mrc.ac.uk/public-engagement-2/community-engagement/otoscope-podcast
 
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm.
 
Medical student Denise Doyle delves deep into the science behind life as we know it, discussing recent developments and upcoming research. Discussions will range from deep dives into specific body systems to broader questions about climate/environmental science etc.
 
Eternal Elements are your personal ubiquitous eMentoring concept podcasts on Leadership & Management. The Author, Niket Karajagi, is a Mechanical Engineer with, MBA in International Business Management, ICF accredited Coach, Certified MBTI, FIRO-B, DISC, Saville, and Global Leaders of Future Assessor. Niket Karajagi, your host & AtyaasaaOnline e-learning MOOC, brings you the Eternal Elements podcasts on real-time people and management challenges that organizations face in the current Volatil ...
 
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Virinder Reen and Sherry Cheriyamkunel speak to Dr Alexis Barr and Dr Dounia Djeghloul about their work studying the cell cycle. Dr Barr discusses how cells make decisions on cell cycle entry and why this is important for cancer. Together she and Dr Djeghloul bust some common cancer myths in our segment Otoscope-Autoclave. Read more about this epis…
 
Andrew Thomas (MBACP in the UK) has developed a tool he calls the Rainbow Map that is being used by therapists in many modalities for trauma and anxiety. Richard Hill meets Andrew and talks about the development and use of this rather useful therapeutic tool. For more about Andrew and his map go to the landing page for this episode here. For our la…
 
Today’s episode is an experiment to stretch out disciplinary boundaries by paring up academic debates of philosophy & engineering (& of course anthropology). We are delighted to have with us academics & practitioners representing those different disciplines. What are the personal definitions of multidiscipinarity that make sense to Simone, Gunter a…
 
Today we catch up with long-time contributor and friend Dr John Arden and talk about the long term mental health impacts of COVID-19. It was a long conversation so we give you a 30min segment here, but if you want to listen (and watch) the entire conversation please go here: https://www.thescienceofpsychotherapy.net/courses/dr-john-arden-talks-abou…
 
Dr Carl Erik Fisher is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University, where he teaches topics related to psychiatry, law, ethics, neuroscience, and society. He also has a private psychiatry practice, primarily focused on substance use problems and other addictive behaviors, with offices in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. Tod…
 
Today we catch up with regular contributor to The Science of Psychotherapy, Dr Terry Marks-Tarlow, who talks to us today about her latest writing Mythic Imagination Today: The Interpenetration of Mythology and Science. For more about Terry and her work please go to the landing page for this episode. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously im…
 
Ediem Al-jibury and Julia Needham speak to Prof. Juanma Vaquerizas and Dr Fabio D'orazio about their careers, epigenetics through development and computational simulations to replace experiments. Publication of the Month by Dr Fabio D'orazio: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.devcel.2021.02.007بقلم LMS MRC students
 
Mark Vacher is an associate professor of ethnology at the Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Tom O’Dell is a professor of ethnology at Lund University, Sweden, whose own research has primarily focused upon the cultural economy, the significance of mobility and transnational cultural processes. Mark and Tom have collaborated for many…
 
Welcome to the third and final episode of our very exciting three-part mini series of the Pint of Science podcast, in collaboration with bit.bio, the cell coding company. The series wraps up with Dr Ramy Ibrahim, bit.bio’s Chief Medical Officer and a leading immuno-oncologist. Ramy explores how the field of immuno-oncology has evolved from fringe r…
 
We were fortunate to be able to talk to Dr. Rachel Zoffness, who is a pain & health psychologist, medical consultant, author, speaker, and expert on nonpharmacological approaches to pain management. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCSF School of Medicine, where she teaches pain education for medical residents, and serves as pain educa…
 
We are pleased to have Ferne with us talking about anthropology of food – a field that has been at the core of her research and professional focus for the last 17 years. How did food become Ferne’s topic? What were the drivers that moved her anthropological research from food, to sustainable city movements to political ecology? Ferne describes hers…
 
Reptiles - lizards, snakes, turtles and crocodilians – make up almost one third of all land vertebrate species on Earth, and also occur in many marine and freshwater systems. Yet despite their amazing diversity, reptiles remain hugely underrepresented in conservation research and action, when compared to mammals, birds, and even amphibians. In this…
 
Dr. Moshe Perl is a world-class expert in neurofeedback and QEEG/EEG analysis, areas in which he has almost two-decades of experience teaching and mentoring practitioners in Australia and internationally. He has successfully treated well over a thousand patients and has seen first-hand the amazing impact neurofeedback can have. Additionally, he has…
 
We are happy to have Amina and Min’enhle with us sharing their research insights and pursuits as well as motivation to be part of the Reponse-ability Summit this May. They share the questions currently at the centre of their research. What does context mean for data mining and machine learning? How can we think of algorithms as main interlocutors o…
 
Season 8: Setting up Foreign Operations Once we complete our evaluation of countries it is time to set up capacities and operations. Based on intent and business needs we choose options of models of collaboration. In this podcast, we discuss various methods of expanding into foreign markets. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can pr…
 
Season 8: Impact of Environmental & Legal Factors The Environmental & Legal factors are critical in setting up operations in a host country. They determine the cost of foreignness. Environmental & Legal factors determine the risk of operations and legal obligations & liabilities. In this podcast, we study the importance of Environmental & Legal fac…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our very exciting three-part mini series of the Pint of Science podcast, in collaboration with bit.bio, the cell coding company. From Californian surfer to scientist to entrepreneur, today we're talking to Dr Paul Morrill, Chief Business Officer of bit.bio, who discusses their core purpose - to develop the underlyin…
 
Season 8: Impact of Technological Factors The technological factor is critical in the 21st Century. It is one of the determinants of Lean and Productive Organizations. Information and Communications Technology penetration is the key to business success in the Borderless World. In this podcast, we study the importance of technology & ICT penetration…
 
We catch up with Babette Rothschild and talk about her new paperback release "Revolutionizing Trauma Treatment: Stabilization, Safety, & Nervous System Balance". Babette has been ahead of the curve for a long time in our world of the science of psychotherapy so we were very pleased to have this opportunity to talk with her. For more information and…
 
Mariliis Öeren is the Chief Scientific Officer at Method X Studios, a company focused on democratising good mental health and ending the mental health poverty gap. Previously she has worked for the National Institute of Health Development in Estonia implementing public health programs. Mariliis holds a PhD in Behavioural Science from the Universit…
 
Season 8: Impact of Cultural Factors The cultural factor is critical for businesses to succeed in foreign markets. Culture shocks can be devastating and have the potential to increase the cost of foreignness. It is important to study cultural differences and similarities to determine the business strategy. Before we study the Technological, Environ…
 
Season 8: Impact of Economic Factors The economic drivers of a country determine International Trade and Market Dynamics. Free Markets are an attractive proposition and so are economies in transition and developing countries. Developed countries are great for enhancing productivity and technology. Managers must choose which countries to operate in …
 
Agnethe Kirstine Grøn is a senior design anthropologist at Alexandra Instituttet in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is engaged in many aspects of user involvement and user-driven innovation and combines anthropological methodology and design processes to gain a deep understanding of end users and potentials / barriers for change. Agnethe is an expert in f…
 
Dr Jessica Stone is a licensed psychologist practitioner, professor, presenter, mentor, and author for 30 years. Her interest in therapeutic digital tools, specifically using virtual reality, tablets, and consoles, has culminated in clinical mental health use and research for mental health, medical, and crisis settings. She is the co-creator of the…
 
Season 8: Impact of Political Systems The political system of a country determines the doctrine of social behavior and change. In any Internal Business decision, political stability or instability is the key to success. In this podcast, we discuss the facet of Political Systems. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and lea…
 
In light of the upcoming Response-ability Summit this May 20th-21st , we are excited to be talking to two of its amazing speakers – Malé and Luke – and find out what will they be bringing to the conference space and what expectations do they share. We discuss how to use creative ways to form a space of exchange and how to exercise ethics. What is t…
 
Season 8: Investing in Foreign Markets Economic Integrations lead to Static and Dynamic effects. This determines our access requirements into a foreign market and so also investment decisions. We discuss the theories and models that determine investments and the success of foreign operations. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can p…
 
Geoff Walters is a man with a mission. He is creating an education platform called Universal Owl to identify the universal skills that every young person needs to succeed, and then teach those skill at scale. His hope is to be able to create a new type of education system that helps people become the best versions of themselves. Richard and Matt co…
 
Season 8: Effects of Economic Integration Economic Integrations lead to Static and Dynamic effects. Static being trade diversion and dynamic being market expansion. This leads to tremendous benefits for MNE's. We study the effects of Economic Integration in this podcast. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and learn for f…
 
We were fortunate to catch up with neuropsychologist Dr Aldrich Chan who has recently released his new book Reassembling Models of Reality: Theory and Clinical Practice (published by W. W. Norton & Co). In this book, and in our conversation, Dr Chan examines our experience of how reality is assembled in our minds and how this knowledge can inform o…
 
Season 8: Economic Integration Types Economic Integration became the backbone of Regional Trade and Global Trade dynamics. Geographic proximity and cultural similarity gave way to economic integration leading to free trade and many other models of integration. In this podcast, we discuss the various forms of economic integration. AtyaasaaOnline is …
 
Season 8: Economic Integration WTO created the basis for trade-oriented collaboration. This idea led to the creation of Economic Integration, which was essentially reducing or eliminating trade barriers. We study the aspects and types of Economic Integration in this podcast. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and learn f…
 
Welcome to the first episode of a very exciting three-part mini series of the Pint of Science podcast, in collaboration with bit.bio, the cell coding company. The series kicks off with Dr Mark Kotter, founder and CEO of bit.bio. Mark is an academic neurosurgeon and scientist at the University of Cambridge, or more accurately these days, a bio engin…
 
Season 8: WTO Dispute Settlement Body WTO is member-driven and consensus-driven. It is a set of rules based on fundamental Principles. However, disputes arise which need to be settled amicably. We study the Dispute Resolution Principles fundamental to WTO in this podcast. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and learn for …
 
Season 8: Principles of WTO WTO is member-driven and consensus-driven. It is a set of rules based on fundamental Principles. We study the Principles fundamental to WTO in this podcast. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning portal that people can preview and learn for free. You can also visit Niket Karajagi's body of knowledge on his Virtual Coaching Port…
 
Coral reefs are the most biodiverse marine ecosystems in the world, and more than 500 million people worldwide rely on coral reefs for their livelihoods, food security, and coastal protection. However, coral reefs are impacted by several threats, including rises in sea-surface temperature due to climate change. Join Monni as she navigates these uni…
 
We catch up once again with Michael Yapko who's released his 16th book! This one, Process-Orientated Hypnosis: Focusing on the Forest, Not the Trees, is a fantastic framework for therapists of all types. For more details about Michael, his book, his app, and more, go to the landing page for this episode. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulous…
 
Karen Boswall is a filmmaker, ethnomusicologist, and visual anthropologist. Her audio-visual output includes individually authored and collaborative productions carried out in Nicaragua (1984), the United Kingdom (1986), Iraq (1993), Cuba (1995), Mozambique (1997-2018), Jordan (2014), Nepal (2016), and Brazil (2019).Between 1990 and 2007, she lived…
 
Season 8: From GATT to WTO With Intellectual property gaining speed with innovations and services becoming a new area of business, GATT fell short as it covered only trade in goods. Also, some Governments used unscrupulous methods to beat the GATT system. This lead to the formation of WTO. This podcast focuses on the transition from GATT to WTO. At…
 
Season 8: Advent of GATT While the World Bank & UN came into existence as International Organizations, the need was felt to create an International Trade Organization. Hectic parleys started, and it led to the creation of the General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade. In this podcast, we discuss the creation of GATT. AtyaasaaOnline is an E-learning port…
 
In today’s episode hosted by Tiffany, Sawyer shares his experience as a UX researcher working in Thailand and applying anthropological frameworks and practices for design and innovation projects. Digital technology is a new reality for both the researcher and the research participant, so how does it affect the research process and what to keep in m…
 
Once again we catch up with Dr Paul J Leslie to talk more about creating a magical session and his new course on this very topic. To get access to his course CLICK HERE For more information and the landing page for this issue CLICK HERE. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option…
 
Season 8: The World Bank Group Post the Brettenwood Conference, we saw the International Monetary Fund's formation & the International Bank of Reconstruction & Development. After this, the World Bank Group of International Organizations came into existence which comprised: International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (IBRD) International Dev…
 
Season 8: Bretton Woods Twins The end of World War II was a defining moment in the economic history of International Trade. It led to a decision of reconstruction of the economy through cooperation. The Bretton Woods Convention created the twins International Monetary Fund & International Bank of Reconstruction and Development as a part of the Worl…
 
Season 8: The Inter-War Period Between the two great wars, it was a period of economic turbulence and devastation and also technological advancement. It also witnessed the great depression and colonial turbulence. World War II was the next key occurrence in the history of economics. The interwar period witnessed great turbulence. AtyaasaaOnline is …
 
Today we talk with Dr Louis Cozolino about educating psychotherapists and a couple of books freshly released from his publisher W W Norton & Co. Dr Cozolino is a regular contributor and good friend of The Science of Psychotherapy and it was great to catch up with him once again. To learn more about Dr Cozolino's new books and other things he's up t…
 
Season 8: The Pre-World War I Era Colonization and Mercantilism were the norms. The economy and technology were on a high. Geo-Political situations created a conflict that sowed the seeds of the next war. A war to end all wars was World War 1 which was not to be. Turbulence and turmoil and also technological advancements marked the high points of t…
 
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