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Best Humanfactors podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Humanfactors podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
The mission of the Situational Awareness Matters! Radio Show is to help you see the bad things coming... in time to avoid bad outcomes by improving your understanding of human factors, situational awareness and decision making under stress. Listen and learn from hundreds of incredible interviews with first responders who survived near-miss events.
 
On the Kicking Boxes Podcast, Randy Cadieux from V-Speed, LLC interviews leaders from around the globe who are using their experience, expertise and education to disrupt the status quo in business and industry. Thought leaders are interviewed about disruptive leadership to find out how they are working to change key areas in various industries. Critical subjects that underpin Operational Excellence are explored, including reliability, safety, quality, organizational learning and many other a ...
 
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The mission of the Operational Mindset Foundation is to mentally, physically and emotionally prepare those who choose to place themselves in harm’s way every day for the benefit of others… and give them the opportunity to experience what safe feels like when they return home. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-548-4424 (office) Le…
 
I am joined by Joe Baker, David Mann, Joerg Schorer and Nick Wattie to discuss topics including: what exactly is “talent”, how good are we at talent ID/selection and what impacts does it have on sports and society, what are the pros and cons of early specialization, and the future conferencing. More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Rese…
 
A discussion with James Rudd from Liverpool John Moores University. What are the trends in movement competency/skill in children in recent years? How should we be assessing skill and Physical Literacy? How do nonlinear and linear approaches to PE compare in terms of developing competency and creativity in movement skill? More info about my guest: h…
 
A discussion with Jia Yi Chow from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. What is nonlinear pedagogy? What has research shown regarding its effectiveness in PE teaching? How can a coach become more effective at using it and related approaches like the CLA. More info about my guest: https://www.nie.edu.sg/profile/chow-jia-yi More informa…
 
Situational awareness barriers block a worker’s ability to perceive, understand or predict. I have uncovered and researched more than a hundred barriers to awareness. This episode talks about two of the barriers – sensory conflict and mind drift. We also briefly discuss the process for predicting future events. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.Rich…
 
I am joined by Andrew Wilson, Tyler Yearby and Garrett Boyum to discuss Prospective Control. We talk about how it differs from predictive control, the patterns of behaviors it creates, how it de-emphasizes the importance of reaction time, how it changes with practice and affordance-based control. Article: Prospective control in sport More informati…
 
A discussion with Ben Cohen from the Wall Street Journal about his new book – The Hot Hand: The Mystery & Science of Streaks. Does the Hot Hand in sports exist? How does it change the behavior of people around the player with the “hot hand”? How can this idea be extended to other domains like film making? More info about my guest: https://www.bzcoh…
 
I am joined by Sam Vine from Exeter and Cathy Craig from INCISIV for a discussion about present and future of VR Training. What can and can’t VR do for sports training? How should we be assessing VR systems? How can it be a value add to real practice? More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU …
 
In the early morning hours of January 17, 2016, Chesterfield County Fire & EMS responded to a residential fire on Wicklow Lane that would result in fire civilian fire fatalities, including 2 children. This three-part interview chronicles the event, the situational awareness challenges and the lessons learned from the first-in captain and the first …
 
I am joined by Frans Bosch, Randy Sullivan, Martijn Nihoff, Bart Hanegrafff and Paul Venner for a roundtable discussion about training at home, transitioning back to full training and Frans’ new book, the Anatomy of Agility. Book pre-order: Anatomy of Agility – Movement analysis in sport More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Ga…
 
Contrasting Prescriptive and Self-Organization approaches to skill acquisition. What has research directly comparing them found? Is it a good idea (or even possible) to adopt both approaches as a coach? Articles: Nonlinear pedagogy: an effective approach to cater for individual differences in learning a sports skill. More information: http://percep…
 
I am joined by Vicki Gottwald and Gav Lawrence to discuss their new paper: An internal focus of attention is optimal when congruent with afferent proprioceptive task information. Article: An internal focus of attention is optimal when congruent with afferent proprioceptive task information More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research …
 
In the early morning hours of January 17, 2016, Chesterfield County Fire & EMS responded to a residential fire on Wicklow Lane that would result in fire civilian fire fatalities, including 2 children. This three-part interview chronicles the event, the situational awareness challenges and the lessons learned from the first-in captain and the first …
 
I am joined by Nick Winkelman, Alli Gokeler, Anne Benjaminse, Harjiv Singh and Jed Diekfuss to discuss the recent article “Comparing the effects of external focus of attention and continuous cognitive task on postural control in anterior cruciate ligament reconstructed athletes” and the general topic of cueing in injury rehabilitation.“ Article: Co…
 
A discussion with Joan Ryan, author of the new book- Intangibles: Unlocking the Science & Soul of Team Chemistry. What is team chemistry? How does it influence performance and how can it be cultivated? More info about my guest: http://www.joanryanink.com/intangibles/ More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my a…
 
In the early morning hours of January 17, 2016, Chesterfield County Fire & EMS responded to a residential fire on Wicklow Lane that would result in fire civilian fire fatalities, including 2 children. This three-part interview chronicles the event, the situational awareness challenges and the lessons learned from the first-in captain and the first …
 
I am joined by Keith Davids and Shawn Myszka to discuss the role of generalized vs sport specific training. How, when and why should we incorporate more generalized training in practice? What does it mean to a “learn to learn to move” and how can we facilitate it? Link: Keith’s MSAI Presentation More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Res…
 
What evidence is there that performers use Bernstein’s freezing degrees of freedom coordination solution in the early stages of learning? How does if and when they use it depend on the performance goal and task constraints? Articles: Freezing Degrees of Freedom During Motor Learning: A Systematic Review Dimensional change in motor learning More inf…
 
This graphic novel by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell came out between 1989 and 1998, 100 years after the Jack the Ripper murders it's based on. We look at the meticulous research they put into this to try to understand how this story manages to be about true crime while indulging in deep themes like English identity, psychogeography, and the nature …
 
Episode 315 focused on the process for developing and maintaining situational awareness. The program was very engaging and there were over 40 questions asked. This episode is part 2 of a 2-part episode addresses the questions. During this Pandemic, I have heard the term situational awareness spoken more times than I can ever remember. Media pundits…
 
I am joined by Marianne Davis and Stuart Armstrong to discuss how the principles of Representative Learning Design can be applied when training at home to make practice more enjoyable, engaging and effective. Articles: Representative learning design and functionality of research and practice in sport More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ M…
 
A discussion with Greg Appelbaum from Duke University about his work testing and training the sensorimotor abilities of athletes. What aspects of vision are predictive of on-field performance? Does dynamic vision training transfer? How might brain stimulation and EEG be used to improve sports training? More info about my guest: https://www.dukeopti…
 
Episode 315 focused on the process for developing and maintaining situational awareness. The program was very engaging and there were over 40 questions asked. This episode is part 1 of a 2-part episode addresses the questions. During this Pandemic, I have heard the term situational awareness spoken more times than I can ever remember. Media pundits…
 
I am joined by James Vaughn, Ben Franks, Shawn Myska, Tyler Yearby, and Stuart Armstrong for a great discussion about the ecological approach to decision making in sports Articles: Ecological cognition: expert decision-making behaviour in sport More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web pag…
 
A discussion with Fabian Otte from the German Sport University in Cologne on how to effectively develop a periodization plan for skill training and development. Links: Skill Training Periodization in “Specialist” Sports Coaching—An Introduction of the “PoST” Framework for Skill Development Ep 168 – Periodisation of Skill Acquisition More informatio…
 
This 1985 concept album by Kate Bush is split into pop songs and a suite of music about someone drowning. We look at Bush's career arc leading up to this record and how the support she received from those around her allowed to experiment and create this wholly unique music. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show …
 
A discussion with Nick Winkelman about his new book: The Language of Coaching. Topic include: is there a place for the use of internal focus of attention cues, developing effective analogies, avoiding over-cueing and links between attentional focus cues and constraints. Links: https://www.amazon.com/Language-Coaching-Science-Teaching-Movement-ebook…
 
During this Pandemic, I have heard the term situational awareness spoken more times than I can ever remember. Media pundits, medical experts, emergency managers – they’re all telling us it’s important to maintain situational awareness. In one respect, this warms my heart because situational awareness has been my passion topic for more than 15 years…
 
I am joined by Garret Boyum, Brock Hammit and Robert Frey from the Finding the Edge podcast and Peter Fadde from Game Sense sports to discuss an interesting new article on baseball batting. How does pitch sequencing and advance knowledge about the pitch type effect the timing of the different stages of a baseball swing? Is it a good idea to try and…
 
My discussion with Chris Button, Professor in the School of Physical Education, Sport & Exercise Sciences, University of Otago, New Zealand. How can ecological dynamics and representative learning design be used to improve water safety training and prevent drowning? And a look at the second edition of one of the most influential books in this area …
 
Dan Simmon's 1989 science-fiction novel is acclaimed for its unique structure, references, and style. We take a closer look at how it interrogates our expectations of genre to explore a complex host of themes. Thank you to Chris Marlton for coproducing this episode. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purch…
 
I am joined by @PsychScientists, @singh_harjiv and @Marianne_D1 to discuss new juggling study relating the stability of attractors in our intrinsic coordination and the ability to adapt to new task constraints. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiVJDIx0Zps Articles: The influence of attractor stability of intrinsic coordination pattern…
 
During this Pandemic, you might experience three types of stress: Acute stress, episodic acute stress and chronic stress. This episode explores how stress can impact your situational awareness and, equally concerning, how stress can have devastating long-term impacts on your health and wellness. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-…
 
This 1987 film is celebrated as a cult classic for its depiction of self-destructive young Englishmen at the end of the 1960s. We discuss how creator Bruce Robinson got it made, and whether it congratulates its characters for their alcoholism or criticizes their generation and the end of that era of British culture. Interested in the media we discu…
 
I am joined by Marianne Davies and Ben Franks to discuss the really interesting new article by Tim Buszard and colleagues from AIS: Scaling sports equipment for children promotes functional movement variability. Journal Club Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkFDwtrBfpZALV_oEPmc-cQ Articles: Scaling sports equipment for children promotes funct…
 
The world made a major shift in March, 2020. Very quickly and unexpectedly, I lost 44 scheduled programs and now have no work scheduled until September. But I am not alone. This new world order, if we can even call it order, is impacting everyone. This episode will address some of my concerns about the situational awareness impact when there is so …
 
What is the relevance of ocular dominance for the control of action? How might it effect an athlete’s choice of stance or side? Is there any evidence to support the idea that being cross-dominant (different dominant hand and dominant eye) is advantageous in sports? Journal Club Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkFDwtrBfpZALV_oEPmc-cQ Articles…
 
This 1962 novel is being reappraised by critics and fans as a creeping meditation on 1950s housewives, agoraphobia, and good old-fashioned New England persecution. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it through our affiliate store: We Have Always Lived in the Castle Additional Resources: We Have …
 
Revisiting issue of technique change, first discussed in Episode 14. How do we prevent proactive interference from a well-learned technique? How does this vary between individuals? How is technique change conceptualized in the ecological approach to skilled performance? Articles: Reducing Proactive Interference in Motor Tasks Interindividual differ…
 
While attending the Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute’s National Fire Service Staff & Command School I had an opportunity to interview Washington, D.C. Fire Lieutenant, Jeff Dickey. Jeff was on the second alarm assignment to a structure fire incident where a firefighter fell through the floor and died. Jeff’s crew was able to locate and remove the f…
 
A look at decisions as emerging from a process searching for information to act and acting to acquire information. How can we manipulate constraints and interaction with opponents in practice to improve this process? Articles: The ecological dynamics of decision making in sport Changes in practice task constraints shape decision-making behaviours o…
 
This 1945 children’s book by Tove Jansson began a publishing empire in Finland that is worth millions of dollars. We look at Jansson’s beloved allegory about a world where a family survives turmoil and everyone is accepted for who they are. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it through our affil…
 
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This 2001 record is praised as being metal for the thinking man. We peel back the lyrics and the time signatures to understand why this band inspires an almost-religious devotion in its fans. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it through our affiliate store: Lateralus Additional Resources: 10 TH…
 
Laverne Friesen was a guest on Episodes 301 and 302, talking about his mental health near-miss. Upon the completion of the recording, he mentioned to me that his wife has a powerful story to share about how this journey has impacted her and their relationship. This is their joint mental health mayday story. You may want to also go back and listen t…
 
This comic book series by Brian K. Vaughan and artist Cliff Chiang started in 2015 as a story about four preteen girls coming of age in the 80s. We look into how the creators produced the comic while examining their skepticism of nostalgia in a post-Stranger-Things world. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by…
 
This interview with Battalion Chief Troy Elmore, Firefighter/Acting Captain Brian Oullette, and Firefighter/EMT Jason Shuck shares their powerful story and lessons learned from becoming victims of carbon monoxide poisoning while operating on the scene of an EMS call on September 11, 2019. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-548-442…
 
A look at games based approaches to coaching. How do methods like teaching games for understanding differ from the constraints led approach? Is the CLA just “old wine in new bottles” or does it add something new? Articles: Old wine in new bottles: a response to claims that teaching games for understanding was not developed as a theoretically based …
 
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