Best Cognition podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Listen to renowned physicists, nutritionists, neuroscientists, etc. as they investigate the nature of consciousness as a field of all possibilities. We'll explore consciousness as the source not only of the human mind and its ability to experience, know, innovate... but also as the source of all structures and functions in creation, from fine particles to DNA to galaxies, in parallel with the scientific notion of a unified field, or superstring at the basis of the infinite diversity of time ...
 
A discussion with scientists who study comparative cognition.
 
It's the remix to cognition. Hot and fresh out the kitchen.Get me on Twitter @cogsmac and please stay tuned for new content.
 
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The history of Denver Public Schools pension debacle and its impact on today's Denver schools budget
 
Want to take on the challenge of your first triathlon? Here's what it takes from fitfor50andbeyond.com Gwen Sherrod - with Guerin Green
 
In our inaugural edition of the Novel Cognition podcast, we sit down with Colorado Speaker of the House, Crisanta Duran, at the close of the 2017 Colorado Legislative session.
 
We talk about the problem of "filtering" and how attention relates to delusion today. We'll be back to dive deeper.#psychology #attention #vision #DunningKruger
 
Kristy's subjects seem to like her a lot Kristy Biolsi is an Associate Professor of Psychology at St. Francis College in Brooklyn NY, where she also serves as the Director of the BA/MA Program in Applied Psychology. She is a co-editor for the journal Aquatic Mammals, serves on the editorial board for the Journal of the Association for the Study ...…
 
Emma Tecwyn is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Daphna Buchsbaum’s Computational Cognitive Development Lab in the department of psychology at the University of Toronto (which is the school I went to, thus making Emma the coolest guest so far on the show). She does research in the overlapping areas of comparative cognition and cognitive development to a ...…
 
Reggie Gazes is an assistant professor of psychology and animal behaviour at Bucknell University in Lewisburg Pennsylvania. Reggie and a pal, wondering why Hampton won't do the podcastReggie has a BS from Bucknell in Animal Behaviour and a PhD from Emory University where she worked under the supervision of Rob Hampton. I first met Reggie at CO3 ...…
 
Hey look, it's Eric's Facebook pic!Eric Legge is a part time instructor at the University of Alberta and at McEwan University, both in Edmonton Alberta. Look, I've known Eric since he was 17. I taught him intro psych at the Memorial University of Newfoundland's Genfell campus in Corner Brook, and he worked in my lab while there. Indeed, I am pr ...…
 
Thomas Zentall is a professor of psychology at the University of Kentucky. Tom, the pigeon whispererTom's research interests focus on cognitive behaviours in animals including memory strategies, concept learning, and social learning. The approach Tom and his students use is to define a cognitive behaviour that is characteristic of humans in a w ...…
 
Edward A. Wasserman is a professor of psychology at the University of Iowa. Work in Ed's lab focusses on animal cognition and perception and the similarities and differences between humans and non humans in categorization, perception and memory. He's picking out the next story for the CO3 Facebook groupI could write this great long biography of ...…
 
She once drew on the back of my neck for no reason Suzanne E.MacDonald is a professor in the Department of Psychology at York University, appointed to the graduate programs in both Psychology and Biology. She received her PhD in animal learning and behavior from the University of Alberta, and then did postdoctoral work at the University of Brit ...…
 
Brett Gibson is an associate professor of psychology at the University of New Hampshire. Brett imagining a better year for Thomas VanekWhile he may live in Bruin territory he is a Minnesota Wild fan, and he received his BA in psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1991, followed by his MS from Bucknell 1995 and his PhD at the University ...…
 
Mike, the pole box, and a ratMichael Brown is a professor of psychology at Villanova University in Villanova, PA, which is just outside of the home of the evil Philadelphia Flyers..... Mike got his BA in psychology and philosophy at the University of Michigan and then went on to UC Berkley where he got his PhD in psychology. Mike's interests ar ...…
 
Jennifer gets 2 pics because BATSJennifer Vonk is a comparative/cognitive psychologist with primary research interests in two overlapping areas: (1) animal cognition, and (2) cognitive development. Dr. Vonk only likes animals that rhymeShe completed her undergraduate degree at McMaster University in Hamilton ON, conducting an honors thesis in b ...…
 
Jon thinking about thinkingJonathon Crystal is a professor of psychology and director of the program in neuroscience at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Jon received his BSc in psychology at the University of Toronto in 1992 where he worked in Sara Shettleworth's lab. He also spent a lot of time working with Ken Cheng as an undergrad. He th ...…
 
Leslie, thinking about gene expressionLeslie Phillmore (follow her on twitter) is an associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Leslie received her BA (Hons) from Huron College at UWO working with Mark Cole. (She also worked the summer between undergrad and grad school on some great stuff ...…
 
Valerie Kuhlmeieris an Associate Professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, Canada. She is the director of The Infant Cognition Group, a laboratory studying cognitive development in the first few years of life. Val is happy about her book Valerie grew up outside of Los Angeles, CA, but moved south to the University of California, San Dieg ...…
 
Laurie Bloomfield is an associate professor of psychology at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada. Laurie grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, and did her BA at Algoma University College (1996-2000). Based on some fascinating research she had learned about during several classes with one particular professor (Laurie claims this was me), sh ...…
 
Aaron Blaisdell is a Professor in Learning & Behavior and Behavioral Neuroscience in the UCLA Psychology Department. He presides over the Comparative Cognition Lab, studying cognitive processes in rats, pigeons, hermit crabs, and humans. Aaron knows the best way to carry a rat is on your shoulder After receiving his BA and MA in Biological Anth ...…
 
Noam Miller is an assistant professor of psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada where he runs the collective cognition lab. He's probably modelling something right nowNoam has a B.Sc. in Biology from Tel-Aviv University and – for some reason – also a degree in music (I suspect that reason is because he is a pretty ...…
 
Happy MattMatthew Murphy is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Salem State University in Massachusetts, and will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at UMass Lowell this upcoming fall, teaching statistics and research methods. He earned his B.S. in Interdisciplinary Psychology/Biology in 2005 from Southampton College of Long Island University, men ...…
 
Neil, telling us things at CO3Neil McMillan is a postdoctoral researcher in the psychology department at the University of Alberta. Neil completed his undergraduate degree (a BSc(Hons)) in 2007 with Angelo Santi at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON and then moved on to graduate school at the University of Western Ontario. He completed ...…
 
Chris Sturdy is a professor of psychology and member of the neuroscience and mental health institute at the University of Alberta. Chris (far right) and the members of the Songbird Neuroethology Lab Chris has a BA in psychology from the University of Windsor as well as an MA and a PhD from Queens University in Kingston Ontario. He studies the n ...…
 
My long time best friend (also best man) Alex Cline stops by the show and we chat about the American Sniper fiasco that was a thing for a while and also touch base on religion and a very strange marriage retreat I went on a few weeks back. Big thanks to Dark Matter Solutions for sponsoring this podcast.…
 
What is Feminism? Why is there a need for it? Why do they hate men? Wait, do they hate all men? I heard they were witches! I heard they share the struggle of all minorities for equality! Click play, and listen, learn, and think. Please always, think. Real Cognition all day! Hit me up Twitter: Mario3k Facebook: The Real Cognition Podcast. <3 you all…
 
Katie Jo, joins the podcast and we grade President Obama like a 3rd grade school boy. Along the way we do a full tour of american society- oil prices, gay rights, Trevon Martin, and life as millennials. Enjoy.
 
Me and Jay Griggs get to sit down and chat with Efren Martinez. This first part of the podcast with Efren touches on his world travels and upbringing. We discuss the European Union, psychedelics, and the trials of growing up an intellectual in the hood... Yeah, because thats hows we roll. Part 2 should be up in a few days.…
 
In this week's episode we are join by Dorae Allen, Dorae works in the insurance field and by defualt that gives her a way better understanding of the coming changes in insurance policies in relation to Obamacare. As always we use the flow of the conversation to also talk about issues in our society today. Pack a lunch kids because this week's e ...…
 
In this weeks Podcast, I am joined by a good friend of mine, Pedro 'El Brujo' Saldana. Pedro stops by this week to talk the FIGHT OF THE DECADE Mayweather VS Canelo. We also discuss a little UFC too... But this episode isn't all combat sports. We also talk about racism, politics, gun rights, and how the Media fucks it up. Bonus Prize in this we ...…
 
In this week's episode we have a reasonable and fair view of the Travon Martin story. Republicans and Democrats reactions are gross but not as bad as the NSA is still watching us, yeah still. The government pays our phone companies to spy on us. Journalists are being targeted, because theres a lot of money in War. We present our case for money ...…
 
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