Psychology

Lisa Feldman Barrett

17 Jul Lisa Feldman Barrett – The Neuroscience Behind Emotions

LISA FELDMAN BARRETT, PhD, is a University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, with appointments at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital in Psychiatry and Radiology. She received a NIH Director’s Pioneer Award for her research on emotion in the brain, and the 2018 APS Mentor Award For...

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29 Nov What It’s Like to Be The Guy She Fucks, But Never Loves

Tara is stunning. Tight swimmer’s body, blue eyes, blonde hair pulled back in a ponytail. She’s type of girl so dripping in sex that it makes focusing on whatever we’re talking about difficult, even for her.   She excuses herself for a moment.   I turn to Matt, my happily married guy friend, smirk,...

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Negotiations

23 Oct Chris Voss – Life is a Series of Negotiations

Chris Voss was the FBI's lead hostage negotiator. In this episode you'll learn how you can apply the same skills he used to negotiate with bank robbers and terrorists to your everyday life. Life is a series of negotiations you should be prepared for: buying a car, negotiating a salary,...

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01 Sep Man Of The Week – David Veshkini

David Veshkini may be shy, but boy is he a man who is dedicated to his community! He works for vsttawa Victim Services & in partnership with the Victim Crisis Unit at the Ottawa Police Services. Where he supports crime victims in particular females impacted by gender-based violence. His passion for...

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28 Aug Dean Smith – Forgiving My Mother’s Killer

Can you imagine being in the 6th grade and learning that your mother has been murdered? Fast forward to when you are an adult. Can you imagine not only forging the killer but save his life? Then can you imaging inviting him on stage with you in front of hundreds...

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24 Jul Dead Men: Our Quiet Suicide Epidemic

In journalism school we’re taught to avoid covering suicide outside of extreme circumstances. There’s a multitude of potential ramifications: copycats, contagion, grieving families looking to maintain privacy, and the stigma surrounding exploiting someone’s personal choice for public profit. I grew up in a culture where suicide was considered the coward’s way...

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