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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.
 
Bij de Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB) wordt veel onderzoek gedaan naar maatschappelijke en gedragswetenschappelijke vraagstukken. Door middel van deze podcast serie maken we deze kennis toegankelijk voor geïnteresseerde burgers, bestuurders, professionals, studenten en collega onderzoekers. Meeting the Future Society. De diversiteit van de faculteit reflecteert zich in de varieteit aan onderwerpen die op deze podcast serie te vinden is. At the Erasmus School of Soci ...
 
Join Huda Cadekiwala and Sahil Saluja as they invite the best minds in psychology, neurology, ecology, history, culture, religion, popular culture, media and so on, to dissect the most controversial subjects, and venture towards the gruesome, crazy and remarkable stuff; all with guaranteed banter. Follow us on Instagram: @humane.productions Connect with us on: www.humaneproductions.com Voice msg us on https://www.speakpipe.com/Themindbehindit
 
Fire Science Show is connecting fire researchers and practitioners with a society of fire engineers, firefighters, architects, designers and all others, who are genuinely interested in creating a fire-safe future. Through interviews with a diverse group of experts, we present the history of our field as well as the most novel advancements. We hope the Fire Science Show becomes your weekly source of fire science knowledge and entertainment.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Hi! My name is Agnieszka Janarek! I am a host of The Dog Real Talk Program and founder of Tromplo Animal Training Platform! The first episode of our brand new program, “The Dog Real Talk,” is about to air. We're going to talk about animals and it will get geeky! We will discuss the training of dogs, horses, humans and other animals. We will facilitate philosophical and practical conversations on topics ranging from behavior science to general concepts related to animal training. These conver ...
 
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Sahil and Huda sit down virtually with Novalee Wilder, Los Angeles based Numerologist and writer of the book 'A little bit of numerology'. In this episode, we discuss the basics of numerology, your date of birth and it's significance, how a name change has the potential to change your life and the differences between Pythagorean and Chaldean Numero…
 
There is plenty of fire engineers who think they are modelling human behaviour... Some claim they can do it... And there is very, very few who actually did and succeeded with it. One of them is today's guest, Dr Erica Kuligowski of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. After two decades of groundbreaking research at NIST, Erica has moved to Aust…
 
Today we talk to Susan Aposhyan about her new book Heart Open, Body Awake: The Four Steps of Embodied Spirituality. In this book she introduces us to embodied spiritual practices and the importance of combining the psychological, spiritual and physical in therapy. You can get a discount code for her book here https://susanaposhyan.com/books/heart-o…
 
Engineered timber is on a trajectory to become the construction material of the future. However, on that pathway there stands the fire issue. Wood burns, it is inevitable. This is something we must accept, and learn to work around. Common approach – determination of a char profile and the “healthy” section has its limitations, especially when appli…
 
In the second of this two part episode, Sahil and Huda continue their conversation with Dr Michelle Drouin, an American Scientific Researcher, Forensic Consultant, Expert Witness, Author and Keynote Speaker (search up her TEDx talk 'Online love & infidelity. We're in the game, what are the rules?'). Her work primarily focuses on psychological issue…
 
Today we get to talk to Steven Taylor, Ph.D., who is a Professor and Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Taylor’s work focuses on anxiety disorders and related clinical conditions, and on the psychology of pandemics. He has authored over 300 scientific publications an…
 
Angelina Kussy is an economic anthropologist from Warsaw and activist with Barcelona en Comú, the citizen platform governing Barcelona, working for municipalism and Fearless Cities. We are happy to have Angelina with us speaking to her background and current work. Angelina shares her views and dialectical relationship to activism & scholarship and …
 
In the first of this two part episode, Sahil and Huda sit down virtually with Dr Michelle Drouin, an American Scientific Researcher, Forensic Consultant, Expert Witness, Author and Keynote Speaker (search up her TEDx talk 'Online love & infidelity. We're in the game, what are the rules?'). Her work primarily focuses on psychological issues dealing …
 
When you think about battling wildfires, what is the image you see in front of your eyes? Probably an air tanker (at least that was what I saw...). After this interview, your optics will change about 180 degrees. Dr Cathelijne Stoof explained to me why strategies focused ultimately on fire resistance and suppression are deemed to fail, and why we n…
 
Today we talk to Dr Francis Lee Stevens who's latest book, Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy, offers an alternative model of psychotherapy, using the patient’s emotions as the focal point of treatment. This unique text approaches emotions as the primary source of intervention, where emotions are appreciated, experienced, and learned from as o…
 
We are happy to have Cristina with us speaking to her background and current work. Cristina shares her views and relationship to activism and, as a scholar, the importance of balancing sympathy with a critical, analytical and self-reflexive research lens. What can an ethnographic perspective bring different than other research methods? What is the …
 
Sahil and Huda dive deep into the latest topic of equality with Tasneem Chopra, a leading Australian Cross-cultural Consultant. Tasneem is an expert in addressing issues of diversity, equity and inclusion across organisational leadership, including intersectionality within government, corporate, arts and community sectors. In this episode they disc…
 
Evacuation modelling is paramount in accounting for the human aspect in our fire modelling. But how is it developing? Where are we with our tools, and where are we heading with them? What are the most profound challenges related to the evacuation modelling? To answer these questions I have invited two renowned experts on evacuation modelling. Profe…
 
In this National Science Week episode of Fuzzy Logic, Broderick explores the geological journey that has occurred to bring food to our plate. Joined by expert scientists from Geoscience Australia, this episode highlights how closely linked our food is to the geology that surrounds us. Guests include Dr Steve Hill, Chief Scientist at Geoscience Aust…
 
We had the good fortune today to talk to Dr Chanté DeLoach, or "Dr. D" as she is affectionately known, who is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of the new book "How We Practice Therapy Now". For more about Dr DeLoach you can visit her website https://www.drdeloach.com/ Information about How We Practice Therapy Now can be found on the Nort…
 
In deze eerste aflevering spreken we met Gertjan Rop. We hebben het over multimedia leren en hoe je dit het beste kan toepassen. Wat voor informatie kan je beter wel/niet op je PowerPoint slides of in leerboeken aanbieden? Is het een goed idee om een “leuk” plaatje toe te voegen? Hoe ga je om met verschillen in voorkennis? Gertjan deelt zijn kennis…
 
Heb jij je weleens afgevraagd wat sociale wetenschappers doen in hun ivoren toren? Heb je weleens nagedacht over wat hun onderzoek voor jou en jouw toekomst kan betekenen? In deze podcast ontmoet je de onderzoekers van onze afdeling, de Department of Psychology, Education, and Child Studies, oftewel DPECS, aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. In …
 
Julienne Weegels is Assistant Professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Amsterdam’s Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation (CEDLA). Her research interests include violence, (in)security, memory-making, and criminalization. For this ethnographic project, she carried out 31 months of field research with Nicaraguan inmates…
 
Sahil and Huda dive deep into space exploration with Prof. Chris Impey, a British astronomer, educator, and author. His body of research and work is primarily focussed on observational cosmology—using telescopes and other instruments to study the large-scale structure and evolution of the universe. In this episode, they discuss the Pentagon reports…
 
Have you ever wondered who truly has the most power over the fire safety of a building? In my opinion, the answer is very simple - the Architect. This is due to two reasons. First is that the architect can affect the building shape, size, compartmentation, location of the openings in the building - things that are fundamental to the compartment fir…
 
Dr Erin Bulluss, PhD., talks to us about her practice as a clinical psychologist and an autistic who works with autistic clients. You can find out more about Dr Bulluss at her website https://www.samsonandbulluss.com/ She also mentioned to us her writings on the Psychology Today blog with Abby Sesterka - https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/insi…
 
Starting the new season on the right foot, Sahil and Huda have one of the most important discussions with Dr. Hugh Mackay, Australian psychologist, social researcher and journalist/writer, about the key to living a truly satisfied life. They discuss human nature, and how we can channel more kindness into our lives, they discuss happiness and what t…
 
Have you ever wondered how is a fire of a match or candle different from a wildfire? Or maybe rather, why is it different? What is it, that makes the fires at different scales behave in such a different manner? What are the phenomena that drive these fires, and are these the same phenomena across the scales? These are the questions I had in mind wh…
 
Alex Khasnabish is a writer, researcher, and teacher committed to collective liberation living in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on unceded and unsurrendered Mi’kmaw territory. He is a Professor in Sociology & Anthropology at Mount Saint Vincent University. His research focuses on radical imagination, radical politics, social justice, and social move…
 
Our good friend Paul J. Leslie has written yet another book, this time "Transforming Themes: Creative perspectives on therapeutic interaction". So we thought it best to zoom across to the United States to have a chat with him about his book and if we can help at all with his OCBD (obsessive/compulsive bookwriting disorder). It was a great chat, but…
 
We are living in a kind of weird time, where the most complex tool we have is at the same time the most commonly used (and abused one). The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modelling has brought us amazing capabilities in solving the flows within fires. But this power comes at a price - knowledge, resources, time... Sometimes we lack some of thes…
 
Michael Jennnions is a evolutionary/behavioural ecologist from the Research School of Biology at the Australian National University (ANU). We discuss what it is to be a behavioural ecologist, some of his work on mosquito fish and his thoughts on how to improve the incentives and process of science publication. Interviewed by Tom…
 
Taryn Laubenstein from Future Earth Australia discusses her journey into science, adaptations of sneaky corsican fish and her current work on bringing together scientists, community and industry to develop a vision for the future of Australia's coastal and offshore marine ecosystems. You can hear more from Taryn on her monthly comedy podcast 'The U…
 
As part of a documentary series we are producing we talked to Dr Alena Pribyl from Microba in Brisbane, Australia, about the gut microbiome and specifically what this has to do with mental health. She was so interesting we just had to get her on the show for all to hear. Sorry the audio isn't the best, we had some bandwidth issues on the day - but …
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure and privilege to host dr Kees Both, the Technical Manager of Standards & Regulations in Etexgroup. Kees wanted to become a suspension bridge engineer, but his route went through a fire lab, and as he said - once you go into a fire lab, there is no way out. From a scientist, he has "evolved" into a research manage…
 
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…
 
What is the single most measured thing in fire science? The answer is easy - temperature. We use it everywhere - from learning material properties in TGA's to expressing conditions in compartment fires. We use it at the same time to define exposure conditions for our structures and the acceptance criteria within them. We even use it in evacuation s…
 
Forensics labs are frequently asked to examine documents to determine if they have been altered or forged. An altered document is an original, valid document that has been changed in some way. For example, one common type of altered document is a cheque in which the numbers have been changed to increase the amount drawn. A forged document is one th…
 
COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is the term given to a group of diseases which affect the lungs. These include emphysema and chronic bronchitis. They are inflammatory diseases and will obstruct air flow to and from the lungs. There is no cure for COPD as it causes permanent lung damage. Treatment can slow down the progression of the c…
 
Reducing the environmental footprint of a city is an enormous job, with many threads and engaging many people from diverse backgrounds. While Canberra has shown itself to be a world leader, there's still a very long way to go. How do we get there? In this wide ranging discussion, ACT Environment Minister Rebecca Vassarotti and Dr Ann Hill from the …
 
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…
 
Obesity is rising dramatically across the world. Since 1975 it is estimated that the number of obese people has almost tripled. One of the chronic diseases that is linked to obesity is type 2 diabetes. The dramatic rise in individuals suffering from this disease is causing a global medical emergency. In a world where our knowledge of the importance…
 
By not being exposed to agents that stimulate our immune system in infancy, we are at greater risk of developing inflammatory responses and autoimmune diseases in later life. Some scientists vigorously reject the hypothesis, arguing that the term hygiene hypothesis was potentially dangerous. This is because it might lead people to believe that they…
 
Did you know that the standard temperature-time curve, which is the underpinning of the fire resistance of assemblies, is over 100 years old? Once you know that, you cannot stop but think about how this affects modern construction works. In this episode, I'm interviewing dr John Gales from York University, who has spent over a decade studying the h…
 
Sepsis is a condition which results from an uncontrolled and disorganised reaction of the body to an infection. If it is caught at an early stage, a combination of treatments can help to cure it. However, sepsis has the power to kill if left either undiagnosed or untreated. (With thanks to our sponsor 'Curriculum Press' for providing content for th…
 
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…
 
Why do we take certain decisions during an evacuation process? How do we choose the evacuation route? These are often affected by cognitive biases, which is the main theme of today's episode. With Dr Michael Kinsey we will discuss how biases can be used to understand known behaviours and model human behaviour in a more realistic way. A lot of focus…
 
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…
 
Zone modelling is a technique introduced in 1970's and 80's that has changed fire science. In my personal opinion, along with oxygen calorimetry and the development of FDS it may have been the most impactful tool of fire science. This is why I think its shameful it does not receive the same recognition today. With Colleen we go deep into the zone m…
 
Huda and Sahil discuss how they will be taking a break from the podcast deadlines - but this doesnt mean that they wont be contactable, they are still working on some new and exciting things for all you cool kids. In the meantime, please get in touch with them, they want to get to know their listeners from around the world (all 49 Countries out the…
 
Everyone is talking about AI, but how can we really use it in fire safety engineering and firefighting? Prof Xinyan Huang of HK PolyU will explain his research in this field, and we can consider it as a time travel to the future. We touch on the ideas of AI and machine learning, and what does it really do (and what it does not do). We also investig…
 
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…
 
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