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Oct 1 2022:Is the entire world becoming more polarized?, with Andrew O'Donohue
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Sep 21 2022:Are eye movement patterns linked to personality traits?, with Sabrina Hoppe
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Aug 30 2022:Is body language actually useful for detecting lies?, with Tim Levine
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Aug 17 2022:Reading "drug-seeking" behaviors, with Dr. Casey Grover
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Aug 9 2022:Predicting psychosis and schizophrenia using language patterns, with Neguine Rezaii
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Jul 21 2022:Reading and predicting jury behavior, with Christina Marinakis (reshare from 2018)
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Jul 6 2022:How to spot fake online reviews, with Olu Popoola (reshare from 2019)
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Jun 11 2022:Group psychology, polarization, and persuasion, with Matthew Hornsey
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May 22 2022:Analyzing written and verbal statements for hidden meaning, with Mark McClish (reshare from 2018)
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May 8 2022:Behavioral indicators of healthy and unhealthy relationships, with Brandi Fink (reshare from 2019)
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May 1 2022:Psychological effects of social media content moderation policies, with Bill Ottman
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Apr 19 2022:Are a majority of Americans actually racist?, with Leonie Huddy
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Apr 10 2022:Cryptocurrency, problem gambling, and addiction, with Paul Delfabbro
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Mar 17 2022:Why do people believe the U.S. election was stolen?, with Peter Wood
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Mar 16 2022:Detecting lies via facial muscles and machine learning, with Dino Levy
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Mar 5 2022:How many Americans actually support political violence?, with Thomas Zeitzoff
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Feb 16 2022:Studying poker tells scientifically, with Brandon Sheils
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Feb 9 2022:On how distance makes it easier to kill (and do other things), with Abe Rutchick
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Feb 3 2022:On American polarization and being a black conservative, with John Wood Jr.
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Jan 28 2022:The awe and the horror of existence, with existential psychologist Kirk Schneider
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Jan 15 2022:Using conversation analysis to make your language more persuasive, with Elizabeth Stokoe
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Jan 6 2022:How many Trump supporters really believe the election was rigged?, with Tom Pepinsky
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Dec 28 2021:Inherent aspects of social media that amplify divides and bad thinking
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Dec 21 2021:Artificial intelligence and the nature of consciousness, with Hod Lipson
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Dec 4 2021:Does video surveillance decrease crime?, with Eric Piza
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Nov 22 2021:Rittenhouse verdict reactions and political polarization
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Nov 12 2021:Conversation analysis and ethnomethodology, with Saul Albert
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Oct 28 2021:Tracking people over land, aka "sign cutting," with Rob Speiden
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Oct 14 2021:What does research say about how social media affects polarization?, with Emily Kubin
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Oct 3 2021:Understanding behavior and psychology as a professional musician, with Ben Tyler (aka Small Skies)
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Sep 16 2021:Nostalgia and our attraction to the past, with Jannine Lasaleta
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Sep 8 2021:Is paying excessive attention to politics hurting us?, with Chris Freiman
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Aug 31 2021:How has polarization affected beliefs about election security?, with Jennifer Cohn
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Aug 18 2021:Does blaming "media" help us avoid personal responsibility?, with Elizaveta Friesem
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Aug 11 2021:Reading poker tells, with Dara O'Kearney
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Aug 7 2021:What are the factors in American police violence? (pt 2), with police captain James Mitchell
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Jul 28 2021:Why do so many people want to watch the world burn?, with Kevin Arceneaux
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Jul 25 2021:What is quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's tell?, with Jon Hoefling
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Jul 17 2021:Can gender identity theory itself create gender dysphoria?, with Carey Callahan
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Jul 14 2021:How might we better connect with people?, with Ted Brodkin and Ashley Pallathra
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Jun 26 2021:Reading tells in the video game Apex Legends, with Brandon Singer, aka Nocturnal
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Jun 4 2021:Reading opponent tells in tennis, with Carlos Goffi
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Apr 19 2021:Why are American cops so violent? (pt 1), with police captain James Mitchell
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Apr 14 2021:Living with anxiety, with Scott Stossel, national editor of The Atlantic
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Mar 27 2021:Psychological and environmental factors in psychosis and schizophrenia, with Nathan Filer
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Feb 25 2021:I talk to an 8-year-old kid
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Feb 23 2021:Gina Assaf, who has "long haul" covid, discusses her research on it
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Feb 5 2021:Why hasn't crowdsourcing of medical data from public disrupted healthcare?, with Jamie Heywood
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Jan 26 2021:Reading online dating profiles (part 2), with Scott
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Jan 20 2021:Reading online dating profiles (part 1), with Celia
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Jan 9 2021:How does a disbelief in free will affect one's life?, with physicist Daniel Whiteson
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Dec 10 2020:How does aphantasia (lack of mental imagery) impact one's life?, with Zach Elwood
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Nov 25 2020:How do insults and hurt feelings affect political conflicts?, with Karina Korostelina
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Nov 13 2020:Why does democracy fall apart and authoritarianism rise?, with Thomas Carothers
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Nov 11 2020:Questioning how much social media plays a role in political polarization, with Levi Boxell
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Nov 6 2020:Are some political party stances due to randomness and chance?, with Michael Macy
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Oct 22 2020:How does Facebook increase political polarization and animosity?, with Jaime Settle
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Oct 9 2020:Examining causes of polarization in the U.S. and other countries, with Jennifer McCoy
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Sep 17 2020:Do violent protests and riots cause people to vote more conservatively?, with Omar Wasow
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Sep 2 2020:Understanding violent protester behavior: an interview with a Portland antifa/BLM protester
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Aug 22 2020:Did Cambridge Analytica exaggerate their abilities and not actually do anything impressive?, with Dave Karpf
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Aug 9 2020:Evaluating psych patients in the ER, and discussion of personality disorders, with Rob Tarzwell
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Aug 2 2020:Is some offensive behavior due to psychological conditions?, with Timothy Jay
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Jul 17 2020:Can you predict schizophrenia by studying the language of teenagers?, with Neguine Rezaii
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Jun 6 2020:Can you see what people are thinking with a scan of their brain?, with Marcel Just
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May 29 2020:Indicators that English text is written by a native Russian speaker, with Brian Baer
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May 20 2020:Interpreting brain imaging, with Rob Tarzwell
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Mar 25 2020:Reading behavior in Rock Paper Scissors, with Jason Simmons, aka Master Roshambollah
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Mar 20 2020:Driving a San Francisco city bus, with Brendan Bartholomew
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Dec 28 2019:What does skin conductance (aka GSR aka EDA) tell us?, with Christopher Moyer
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Nov 1 2019:Behavior in social deduction game Secret Hitler, with Polina Vorozheykina
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Aug 4 2019:Indicators of fake Amazon reviews, with Olu Popoola
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Aug 2 2019:Prison life and behavior, with Benjamin Moots
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Jun 1 2019:Reading indicators of good and bad relationships, with Brandi Fink
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May 15 2019:Reading customers in door-to-door sales, with Conrad Smith and Dave Mock
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Apr 20 2019:Restaurant and service industry psychology, with Robin Dibble
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Mar 18 2019:Psychology and behavior in MMA and jiu-jitsu, with Robert Drysdale
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Mar 9 2019:Reading opponent behavior in the sport of fencing, with Seth Baldwin
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Jan 10 2019:Social engineering, with Jenny Radcliffe
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Dec 14 2018:Interrogation techniques, with David Zulawski
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Sep 24 2018:Jury selection strategies, with Christina Marinakis
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Sep 7 2018:Analyzing written and verbal statements, with Mark McClish
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Aug 21 2018:Reading the audience when doing standup comedy, with Alex Falcone
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