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Learning happens when we allow ourselves to be puzzled by things around us. We believe somebody’s odd can be someone else’s normal, thus our goal with this show is to introduce you to the people and ideas that will help you open up your range of normals and odds, thereby unleashing our collective potential. Hope you enjoy the ride! URL: https://oddly-podcast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oddlypodcast Instagram: oddlypodcast
 
Join us as we randomly flip through the channels you can find on the Podcast.com website. In each podcast we'll choose one channel and preview a few podcasts that you can find there. Flipping Channels is a production of Podcast.com. Podcasts featured here are courtesy of their respective producers.
 
This is a podcast aimed at better understanding other people, and better understanding ourselves. For more info and for how to subscribe, see www.behavior-podcast.com. On this podcast the host, Zach Elwood, talks to people from a wide range of fields about how they analyze and interpret human behavior in their work. The show also sometimes focuses on understanding political polarization. Popular episodes include: indicators of healthy/unhealthy relationships, analyzing statements for hidden ...
 
Welcome to the top-rated project management podcast. Expert interviews, good practices and new developments in the field of project management, all tied together by our goal to give you the skills you need to stay in demand as a project manager. Your host, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM, interviews project management practitioners from around the world to learn what makes them and their projects successful. Each podcast episode includes actionable tips and advice for beginners and experts to h ...
 
Where is Lauren Dumolo? Listen to the award-winning docuseries piecing the puzzle together. Complicit follows the story of 29 year old Lauren Dumolo, who vanished from her home in Cape Coral, FL, on June 19, 2020. Her disappearance has baffled her family, friends, and even the police investigating her case. When Lauren's belongings mysteriously begin appearing in a nearby park, the investigation is escalated, and the community rallies to search for this beautiful missing woman. But certain p ...
 
Ersties are a team of filmmakers, porn producers, models and now…Podcasters! Who better to talk about sex, porn, and everything in between (your legs) than the ladies at Ersties. Expect candid opinions, industry stories, general chitchat and a refreshing outlook on the world of sex. Head to Ersties-Podcast.com to see each episodes unique artwork, listen to previous episodes, and check out what we do for our day job ;) Head over to Ersties.com/podcast to watch our Video of the Week, as well a ...
 
A podcast on science from scientists. Here we ask those seemingly straight forward questions that don’t have such straight forward answers. Each episode takes a tongue in cheek look at current research and research practises whilst lifting the veil on what is scientific truth. Mostly we nerd out about the crazy complexity of the world, with the occasional calling out of mischief in the research community. We try to give a full account of the topics under discussion but as always, further res ...
 
Award winning Indie Fictional Fantasy & Discussions around the African American Underground Culture.Explore the Fun, Fictional, Fantasy Folklore of the Dr. Apples Universe! At the age of 16 on his birthday, Dr. Apples ® mother was kidnapped by fairies and replaced with a doll. Each year on his birthday he receives a doll which has his mother’s essence. We are currently on the hunt towards finding her. Join us in finding his mother. This podcast features 4 MODES for you to enjoy: Folklore (fi ...
 
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More Than $$

Dawn Carpenter & Guests Talk Business Revisited

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More than Money is a podcast that creates a conversation community around how to use your values to engage with work and invest your wealth. The podcast is designed in a 12-episode season format. Each episode is produced around two core interview segments sharing a common theme. In this podcast, we explore the following topic areas: (1) business ethics, (2) economic justice, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values- ...
 
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Luis Maia de Freitas

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Late-night podcast where I interview PhD students about their research subjects, their decision on studying it and its importance throughout academic life.A podcast for entertainment and education, whose aim is to approach students and graduates who want to go through their future careers inside or outside of academia with a PhD and for those who are on a moment of uncertainty in continuing their studies further.Website: phdlounge-podcast.com Socials: Facebook: @phdpodlounge, Instagram: @phd ...
 
Unsung is a podcast where I cover music from Top 40 to the band-next-door via reviews shorter than a song. Starting on my 26th birthday (1/5/15) I’ll be reviewing an album (almost) every day, hoping to reach the magic number (300!) before the ball drops on 2016. Each review will start with a short synopsis, followed by a Choice Cut (stand-out track) that I will dive into and play a snippit from. I’ll then share some Next of Kin- related artists that might help you put a thumb on if this albu ...
 
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Channel 1 Healthcare, RadioDMD, Inline Orthdondontics, Intertenere Media Group

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DFDDC is one of the first Dental Broadcasting Programs on the net. Bringing you the lates info, programing, interviews and entertainment about the profession of Dentistry.
 
Follow along as Cory Lewis and Jamie Dove talk about the path to adapting and helping their businesses to survive during the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as discussions with other entrepreneurs and experts throughout this special series. "We started this project in early 2019 and have some content recorded that we have been editing before we officially launch that features a wide variety of entrepreneurs discussing their lives, their businesses - the successes and failures - and the struggl ...
 
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For 14 years, Geeta "Blackbird" Bakshi deployed into Afghanistan as a CIA officer in the agency's clandestine Directorate of Operations. Today, she runs Famil (www.familusa.org), a not-for-profit helping Afghan combat veterans resettle in the US. We sat down in Washington DC to discuss Geeta's career at the CIA, the withdrawal, and the challenges f…
 
In his first recorded interview with the Western press since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and subsequent collapse of the Afghan Government, 4-Star General Yasin Zia, former Chief of General Staff Afghan Security Forces, discusses what went wrong, and plans afoot to mount a counterattack. General Zia is a recipient of the Ghazi Mohammad Akba…
 
A talk with Brian Dunning, who you might call a professional skeptic. He has been doing the Skeptoid podcast since 2006, and is the creator of multiple books and video projects aimed at promoting critical thinking and skepticism. We talk about the reasons why we're so often drawn to pseudoscience, bullshit, and no/low-evidence ideas in general. I a…
 
Wilfred Reilly is a political scientist, professor, and author of the 2019 book Hate Crime Hoax. Topics discussed include: how hate crimes are tracked; why it can be hard to get a clear picture of hate crime numbers; the logic of 'hate crime' as a legal designation; irresponsible media coverage of racism-related issues; the motivations of people wh…
 
This episode is all about the People Who Read People podcast. Topics discussed: the origins and goals of this podcast; my approach to deciding on who to interview and what questions to ask; why I focus on polarization-related topics and why I think that work is important; details on audience numbers and financial stuff. Support the show…
 
A talk with journalist James Kirchick about the origins of various types of American antisemitism. Topics discussed include: controversial statements made by Kanye West and Whoopi Goldberg; Donald Trump; Israel; George Soros; Louis Farrakhan; Black Hebrew Israelites; the term "globalist", and more. Support the show…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. We welcome Dr. David Hillson to look at project risk management for business leaders and project leaders through the metaphor of a risk hurricane, which David introduced in his book Taming the Risk Hurricane. Risk managem…
 
A talk with conflict resolution specialist Guy Burgess, who, along with his wife Heidi Burgess, run the project www.beyondintractability.org. Guy and Heidi wrote a paper in 2022 titled "Applying conflict resolution insights to the hyper‐polarized, society‐wide conflicts threatening liberal democracies." I talk with Guy about: how conflict resolutio…
 
A talk with Blake Mobley about the business of recruiting: matching job seekers with companies that are hiring. Blake is the co-founder and managing director of recruiting company Keeper Recruiting, which specializes in biotech. Topics discussed include: what the process of recruiting is like; how Keeper goes about learning pertinent details about …
 
A huge US midterm election upset has reset expectations for the Republican primaries and the 2024 presidential election. Pundits are asking: are we entering a new period in American democracy? I hit Trump's Save America Tour and Biden's Get Out The Vote rallies on election eve to hear from Americans on what matters to them most, and what that might…
 
I was interviewed on Mahima Samraik's podcast Breaking The Facts about my struggles with anxiety and mental issues as a young man, which led to me dropping out of college in the middle of my second year of college. We talk about what that experience was like; recommendations for people dealing with similar problems; and the obstacles that can get i…
 
A talk with psychologist Richard Bentall, author of the well known book Madness Explained, which examines the psychological causes of the symptoms associated with psychosis, schizophrenia, mania, and other mental issues. Topics we talk about include: the experiences and mental struggles that can lead to psychosis and other mental illness; how theor…
 
A talk with Larry Hart, a football coach at the University of Houston, and the author of the book The Recruit's Playbook. Topics discussed include: common behavioral patterns (tells) that are used to get an edge on opponents and teams; reading the signals that opponent coaches give to players; reading formation patterns; the importance of reviewing…
 
Students and Graduates! The PhD Lounge Podcast is back, and with a new session series! While I am still tremendously busy in researching and writing my PhD thesis, as well as trying to submit abstracts to participate into conferences, I am still emerged into the PhD Lounge Podcast to create new content around PhD and seeking PhD students to become …
 
A talk with nonverbal behavior expert Alan Crawley, also known by his online handle Sin Verba (www.sinverba.com). Topics discussed include: why he became interested in behavior; the challenges of studying behavior; the practical benefits of studying behavior (including connecting better with others); irresponsible "behavior experts" who share bad i…
 
A talk with Steven Heine about how we react to our sense of meaning being threatened. What happens when our mental frameworks of how the world works don’t hold up and things seem chaotic? What happens when our sense of what’s existentially meaningful in our lives is threatened? Topics discussed: Heine et al’s Meaning Maintenance Model; existential …
 
A talk with Andrew O'Donohue, co-author of Democracies Divided: The Global Challenge of Political Polarization. Andrew has studied how societal conflicts play out in many countries, and the harm those conflicts inflict. Topics discussed include: why it is that political polarization is so common a state for humans; how polarization has played out i…
 
A talk with Sabrina Hoppe about a 2018 study that showed how eye movements are correlated with personality. That paper was named 'Eye movements during everyday behavior predict personality traits.' We talk about how the study was set up, what the results were, how strong the correlations found were, reasons for why such patterns might exist, possib…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This webinar is the second of two in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four Project Performance Domains that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: Project Work - Managing project tasks Deliver…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This webinar is the first of two in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four Project Performance Domains that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: Stakeholders - Managing those affected Team - …
 
A talk with communication researcher Tim Levine about nonverbal behavior and deception detection. Tim's stance is that there's no evidence that nonverbal behavior is useful for detecting deception. He's the author of Duped: Truth-Default Theory and the Social Science of Lying and Deception. His work was featured in Malcom Gladwell's book Talking to…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Join Cornelius Fichtner for the launch of The PM PrepCast Leadership Academy Interviews, our advanced video series on project leadership. If you want to go above and beyond your project management competencies then this m…
 
A talk with Dr. Casey Grover, addiction specialist and host of the podcast Addiction in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care, about how doctors attempt to determine if a patient is trying to get a drug prescription under false pretenses (e.g., claiming to be in pain to get opioids). Topics discussed: why "drug-seeking behavior" is not a good phrase; w…
 
This is a reshare of a 2020 talk with psychology researcher Neguine Rezaii. She and her research team used machine learning to find language patterns used by teenagers who were at risk of schizophrenia that were correlated with later schizophrenia diagnosis. The two language patterns found in the subjects' speech were 1) a low semantic density (i.e…
 
Will McDonough is better known as Tom Brady's longtime manager, but he has been instrumental in broadening access to crypto markets and founded several ventures in the decentralized finance space. Jeremy Fox-Geen is the CFO of one of the only major stablecoins that has withstood the current selloff: USDC. And there's a good reason for that. Discuss…
 
A reshare of a 2018 talk with jury specialist Christina Marinakis about how she makes use of human psychology and human behavior in her jury consultancy work. Topics discussed: jury selection procedures; what jury consultants do; the relative importance of jury selection compared to the strength of the case; clues to potential jurors' beliefs and f…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. Research shows there are more people managing multiple projects than single projects, and yet there is not much information about it. To be able to manage big, single projects requires abilities that we, as project manage…
 
Cái sự ăn, thay vì mục tiêu gốc ban đầu là chuyển hóa thực phẩm thành năng lượng, đã có thêm một mục tiêu mới mà giờ thậm chí đã trở thành mục tiêu chính: chuyển hóa vật chất thành ý thức; chuyển hóa thực phẩm thành lối sống. Và cũng bởi vì ăn là lối sống, người ta nhìn vào cách ăn để so đo, phán xét. Không có con bò nào cố đi thuyết phục sư tử ăn …
 
A reshare of a 2019 talk with forensic linguistic researcher Olu Popoola where we discuss indicators that online reviews are fake or genuine. We talk about his work analyzing indicators of deception, and talk about some research he did on Amazon book reviews. If you've ever read an online review and wondered "This seems fake, but how do I really kn…
 
Today marks the two year anniversary of Lauren Dumolo's disappearance. Her case is getting new attention, which leads to potentially new evidence and prompts investigators to re-interview someone close to Lauren. A special thank you to Missing in America's Nancy Schaefer and Joe Fanciulli for joining us on this episode and in Lauren Dumolo's case. …
 
A talk with psychology researcher Matthew Hornsey about political polarization and the psychology behind it. Other topics discussed include: why people can believe such different (and unreasonable) ideas; persuasive tactics; the importance of people criticizing their own group; why groups mainly listen to in-group members and ignore the same ideas …
 
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Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the third of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 09. Complexity - Limiting effects of syste…
 
A rebroadcast of one of my most popular episodes: a talk from 2018 with Mark McClish, who's an expert in analyzing spoken and written statements for hidden meaning, and who's been a US Marshal and law enforcement trainer. He's the author of the books I Know You Are Lying and Don't Be Deceived. Support the show…
 
As part of an effort to share some of the best and most popular early episodes of my podcast, this is a rebroadcast of a 2019 episode where I interviewed psychology and relationship researcher Brandi Fink. We talk about behavioral patterns that indicate either healthy or unhealthy relationships, talk about analyzing video footage of interpersonal i…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the first of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 5. Holistic Thinking - Taking a systems-vi…
 
A talk with Bill Ottman, co-founder and CEO of the social media platform Minds, which is known for its minimal content moderation approach. Ottman and others (including Daryl Davis, a black man known for singlehandedly deradicalizing white supremacists) recently wrote a paper titled "The Censorship Effect," which examined how strict censorship/bann…
 
Students and Graduates! PhD Lounge Late-Night Interviews are back! 1st year PhD student at Swansea University, Freja Petrie shares her passion for Rugby and what led her to pursue this sport through the PhD study of Head Impacts and Concussions in Women's elite rugby. While she investigates this issue, she uses neck strengthening exercises as a res…
 
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. This episode is the first of three in which Cornelius Fichtner explores the following four project management principles that were introduced by the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition: 1. Stewardship - Taking care of your proje…
 
A talk with political scientist Leonie Huddy on the topic of research on American racism and prejudice. I was interested in discussing framings like this one from a 2012 USA Today article: "U.S. majority have prejudice against blacks" and ask her if such confident framings were justified based on the research, or if they were over-stated and irresp…
 
A talk with psychology and addiction behavior researcher Paul Delfabbro about cryptocurrency, problem gambling, and addiction. Delfabbro has worked on several papers related to cryptocurrency, including a paper titled "The psychology of cryptocurrency trading: Risk and protective factors" and one titled "Cryptocurrency trading, gambling, and proble…
 
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