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Updated March 2020
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Welcome to the 'It's All Just a Bunch of BS' podcast, the show that looks at how behavioral change insights are being applied “in the wild”. Episodes feature renowned behavioral experts across industries and organizations, from management and marketing to policy and public health, and more. The BS podcast is for those listeners whose jobs involve ... well, humans. UX/UI? Human resources? Marketing? Sales? Research? Design? Product innovation? You name it … there’s something for you in this show.
 
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Michael Inzlicht is a Research Excellence Faculty Scholar at the University of Toronto. His primary appointment is as Professor in the Department of Psychology, but he is also cross-appointed as Professor at the Rotman School of Management. Michael conducts research that sits at the boundaries of social psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscien…
 
Aaron is co-founder and president of Trust Included, consultancy that offers scientifically validated solutions to help organizations overcome challenges and proactively meet the future through initiatives related to wellness culture, leadership, and employee experience. Aaron is a , a reviewer for the Journal of Personality and Individual Differen…
 
Yoel and Mickey welcome return guest Elizabeth Page-Gould to the podcast to discuss adults with and without children. Why did Liz choose to have children? What do we make of fathers who leave their familiies? How does society view people without children? What is the logic behind anti-natalism? Bonus: What is concept creep and is it necessarily a b…
 
Ali Fenwick is Managing Partner and head of Behavioral Insights at LEAD TCM&L and Professor of organizational behavior at Hult International School of Business. By using the scientific method and modern-day data science applications, Ali and his team at LEAD TCML run behavioral experiments and design behavioral interventions for business organizati…
 
We tend to like people who are prototypical or representative of the group. In the context of organizations, this social bias means we like leaders who we think are gold standard examples of the group we work for. This in itself isn’t a bad thing, per se. But in terms of leadership selection in current organizations, there’s a backfire effect. Cons…
 
As Little Urban Achievers, Yoel and Mickey delight in discussing previews for The Jesus Rolls, a Big Lebowski spinoff starring John Torturo as Jesus Quintana. They next talk about the University of California's policy of selecting faculty job candidates based primarily on their diversity and inclusion statements. They finally talk science: What hap…
 
Charlotte Blank is one of the world’s first “chief behavioral officers.” As CBO of Maritz, Charlotte leads Maritz’s practice of behavioral science and innovation. She forges the connection between academic theory and applied business practice, by elevating the use of field research to advance our understanding of human behavior in the modern market…
 
We are a goal driven species. So much so, my hunch is that even the earliest homo sapiens were juggling lists of hunter-gatherer type to-dos, multi-tasking their way through the African Savanah. And of course as we know now, modern humans are doing more things at the same time than ever before. So the question becomes, How do we navigate between mu…
 
Richard is a highly experienced practitioner, speaker and writer on behavioural science in business with a focus on communications and technology… , Richard is VP of BVA Nudge Unit UK, the founder of the consultancy Communication Science Group, and a board member of the Association for Business Psychology. He has been featured on BBC radio and in H…
 
Fake news is a problem. It's a problem on the internet. It’s a problem in our politics and public discourse. It’s a problem in ad campaigns. Generally, it’s a problem for society and the businesses or organizations that are involved, for better or worse, mostly mostly big tech and social media. So the question on everyone’s mind these days: How doe…
 
Yoel and Mickey welcome Stanford sociologist and psychologist Robb Willer to the show, who serves up hot takes about the replication crisis. Did the low replicabilty era in social psychology have consequences for political science or sociology? Has the open science movement benefited from motivated morality, only effecting change when change was ea…
 
Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Time Magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture. As a persuasion special…
 
We’ve come to know these two things. First, our modern work environment, with its constantly dinging and pinging technologies and open office designs, makes us more susceptible than ever to the distractions of multi-tasking. And second, we hear again and again, all about the dangers of multi-tasking and how we all need to be focusing our absolute a…
 
Christian Hunt is the Founder of Human Risk Limited, a Behavioral Science (BeSci) Consulting and Training Firm specializing in the fields of Risk, Compliance, Conduct & Culture. He was formerly head of Behavioral Science at UBS, a role specifically created for him, and coming out of a related position as Head of Compliance and Operational Risk Cont…
 
When it comes to differences in cultural experiences, the general distinction is between individualistic culture and collectivistic culture. The former being tapping into our individual selves and the latter tapping into our relational or interdependent selves. Geopolitically and ethnically, these generally map onto Western vs Eastern cultures. But…
 
Nate Andorsky is the co-founder and CEO of Creative Science, a company using behavioral economics to build technology and digital strategies for today’s most innovative companies. Nate in his role of CEO helps blend behavioral economics, design and technology to facilitate social innovators move people to action, empowering clients to dream bigger …
 
There are generally two tpyes of goals: Maintenance and Attainment. Keeping a bank balance at a set point (maintenance goal) versus hitting a target savings (attainment goal); keeping a running list of current clients (maintenance goal) versus hunting down business and generating new client leads (attainment goal). The problem is, we’re biased towa…
 
Stuart King is the CEO and Founder of BeeZee Bodies, a behavior change service design helping individuals develop highesst quality weight management plans using evidence-based methodologies and approaches. Stuart and the team work with local groups and authorities to implement the new Whole Systems Approach to Obesity in ensuring that the system as…
 
Humans in the workforce are having a moment. There’s a focus turned to people-centric organizations and employee experiences, and we’re even going to the point to say that the “employee is always right” instead of the customer. Indeed, as the tagline of Maritz says, “people drive business …” So now, leaders of organizations are wanting above all fo…
 
Rimma Teper is an applied behavioral scientist and social psychologist. After completing her PhD, she became the Resident Behavioral Scientist at Idea Couture. There she helped build the behavioral science team from the ground up, working on consumer research projects with key clients including Samsung, United Way, Kroger, and more. After, she move…
 
Yoel and Mickey discuss a new paper by Tal Yarkoni suggesting that quantitative research in psychology is suffering from a generaliozability crisis. Do the numbers and statistics that psychological scientists present in their papers correspond to their verbal claims? What would psychological science look like if psychologists made fewer general sta…
 
The knowledge economy, the gig economy, the digital revolution 2.0 … the “future of work” is here. And in a short period of time, it’s drastically altered the landscape of workplace talent and skillsets. The “soft skills” are the hallmark of today's top talent and leadership. One of those softer talents in higher demand than ever before is a person…
 
As a co-founder, president, and Executive Creator Director of GWP Brand Engineering, a Canadian firm celebrating its 24th year, Philippe has worked closely with behaviour and its relationship, specifically, to money and risk. Philippe's zealous interest and curiosity in Behavioural Economics and Finance is retrospective—what did his firm get right …
 
We all know that in today’s VUCA world, good leadership is more elusive than ever before. Leaders, for one, are often required to take a value- or moral-based position and stick with it. See it through. No matter the personal consequences. But things change: Ideas get updated. Markets get disrupted. Assumptions are challenged. So what is a leader t…
 
An added segment of the BS Podcast, called: New Ideas, Old Brain Quick Bits. Every week you’ll get a snippet of segment, a nugget of wisdom – 60 seconds of behavior science covering the latest research findings and insights. You tune in. You learn something. And then off you go on your merry way.By Nick Hobson
 
Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioral scientist, primarily focusing on digital health research and scientifically informed product design. She is Head of Behavioral Science at Pattern Health, a platform for digital care plans which leverages behavioral science to help patients stick to their plans. She also co-founded the Behavior Shop, a behavi…
 
Jez is the Founder and Chief Choice Architect of Cowry Consulting, previously the Group Chief Strategy Officer within the Ogilvy Group. Jez has been practicing behavioral economics for over 8 years working with some of the biggest organizations and businesses across the world including British Airways, Nestle, Public Health England and DIAGEO. His …
 
Yoel and Mickey declare war on Christmas, discuss US-Canada differences, and almost entirely avoid serious topics. Bonus semi-serious topic: are all theories in psychology bound to be true? Links: Kitchen Party | Big Spruce Brewing | BeerAdvocate An Additional Future for Psychological Science - William J. McGuire, 2013 Adam Green - Dreidels Of Fire…
 
Sam Tatam is Head of Behavioral Science at Ogilvy Consutling in London, a practice that combines leading research in cognitive psychology and behavioural economics. Sam’s experience stems from a background in Organizational Psychology and brand strategy. Today, he brings this thinking to Ogilvy’s clients across the globe, developing behavioural int…
 
Mariel Beasley is a co-founder of Duke’s , a nonprofit research hub whose aim is to increase the financial well-being for low-to-moderate-income people living in the United States. Mariel is also a Senior Applied Researcher at the . Her previous work experience includes Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Peace Corps-Dominican Republic, and …
 
Mickey and Yoel chat with Nick Hobson, a psychologist who has moved from academia to applying behavioral science in the real world. What are some of the challenges that face academics-turned-practitioners? How can you apply psychological research in a rigorous way while, at the same time, keeping the bosses happy? We talk to Nick to find out. Plus:…
 
Jen Lerner is the Thornton F. Bradshaw Professor of Public Policy, Decision Science, and Management at the Harvard Kennedy School and Co-Founder of the Harvard Decision Science Laboratory. In addition to her roles at Harvard, Professor Lerner served in a Pentagon assignment from 2018-2019 as the Navy’s first Chief Decision Scientist and as Special …
 
Are many classic social psychology experiments more theater than science? Mickey and Yoel discuss "The Rise and Fall of Social Psychology," a book by the sociologist Augustine Brannigan that makes this provocative claim. Given the complexity of social life, are laboratory experiments just the wrong way to measure most social phenomena? Bonus: who i…
 
Josh Wright is the Executive Director at ideas42. In addition to responsibility for the organization overall, Josh focuses on designing and implementing behavioral solutions to problems in financial services, poverty, healthcare, and education. Josh has extensive experience in the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors; industry experience in f…
 
writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of , technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, “The Prophet of .” Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. He is the author of the bestselling book, and . I…
 
Mickey and Yoel take advantage of the SESP (Society for Experimental Social Psychology) conference to ask guests some hard-hitting questions about the present and future of social psychology (and, of course, beers). We then answer the same questions ourselves. Bonus: why are we banning applause on the show? Special Guests: Hanah Chapman, Keith Madd…
 
Guy Champniss is a consultant and academic, Founder of , and behavioural science lead to award-winning US energy and behaviour tech company, . He is a visiting professor of consumer behaviour at in Madrid. Guy is focused on the application of social psychology and behavioral science in consumer contexts, with a specific focus on creating prosocial …
 
Samuel Salzer () is an independent behavioral design strategist with a focus on applying behavioral science thinking to habit-forming digital products and services. He’s partnered with wildly popular apps to encourage good, healthy, sustainable behavior change, some including and . Prior to this, Samuel cut his behavioral teeth at Sweden’s leading …
 
Mickey and Yoel talk with Debra Mashek, the executive director of Heterodox Academy, an organization working to increase open inquiry, viewpoint diversity and constructive disagreement in academia. But what does that mean exactly? Aren't these just codewords for "more conservatives"? We talk to Debra to find out. We also ask Debra about her decisio…
 
Matt Wallaert () is the Chief Behavioral Officer (CBO) of , a fast growing company that is doing health insurance differently. Matt is also author of the recently published book . He’s former Director and Behavioral Scientist , and before that was the founder and creator of a handful of start-ups. He’s regarded as one of the first applied behaviora…
 
Dilip Soman () is the Canada Resarch Chair in Behavioural Science and Economics at University of Toronto’s , and serves as a Director of the Behaviorual Economics in Action Research Centre at Rotman (). He is the author of “The Last Mile” and teaches a hugely popular MOOC called : Behavioral Economics in Action.…
 
Michael Sanders () is the Executive Director of ; former Chief Scientist at the , BIT in the UK, or what was the first official “nudge unit” in government. He’s a Reader in and an Associate Fellow at the at the University of Oxford. Michael’s new book, was published earlier this year. He holds a PhD in Economics from the , and did his posdoctoral s…
 
Kristen Berman ( is co-founder along with Dan Ariely of, , a behavioral product design company. Irrational Labs helps companies and nonprofits understand and leverage behavioral economics and behavioral science to increase the health, wealth and happiness of their users. She also co-founded , a similar initiative dedicated to improving the financia…
 
Mike Norton is the Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, and a member of Harvard’s Behavioral Insights Group, or BIG. He holds a B.A. in Psychology and English from Williams College and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Princeton University. Prior to joining HBS, Mike was a Fellow at the MIT Media Lab and …
 
Jessica Flake joins Mickey and Yoel to talk measurement. What is it, how do you do it well, and do social psychologists care about it? What does measurement theory tell us about the validity of standardized tests like the GRE? Jessica also talks about how she went from high-school dropout to professor at McGill. Bonus: what the hell is Kentucky Gen…
 
By listener request, Yoel quizzes Mickey about ego depletion. How did we start studying it? How has the replication crisis changed how we think about it? After more than a decade studying ego depletion, does Mickey still have any faith in the phenomenon? Bonus: what does it mean to say, "don't @ me"? Links: De Hemel Brewery Don't @ me The Strength …
 
Yoel and Mickey discuss the role of eminence in science. Is there a role for eminence in psychology? What makes a researcher eminent? Would we be better off disregarding eminence entirely? Your hosts also discuss common myths in psychology plus a recent mini-controversy in which someone compared New York Times columnist Brett Stephens to a bedbug. …
 
Yoel and Mickey discuss sacred values. How are sacred valued different from other values? What are the hallmarks of values that have become sacrilized? Why does it seem crass, or even offensive, to suggest trading off a sacred value (such as diversity value) against other, more mundane considerations? What does it mean that sacred values are dose i…
 
Yoel and Mickey welcome Associate Professor of Psychology, Alexa Tullett from the University of Alabama to the podcast. Co-host of The Black Goat podcast and board member of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS), Alexa talks about being a Canadian early career researcher working in the US. What research is Alexa most excit…
 
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