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People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood
Society & CultureMental HealthHealth & Fitness

A podcast aimed at better understanding other people and better understanding ourselves. Talks with people from a wide range of fields on human behavior and psychology, with an occasional focus on toxic polarization in America. To learn more, see PeopleWhoReadPeople.com.

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Latest Episodes

A talk with professional poker player Dara O’Kearney about poker tells (aka, physical and verbal behaviors in poker). Dara is the co-host of the popular poker podcast The Chip Race and the author of several books, including GTO Poker Simplified. We t... more

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10 days ago

A reshare of a talk with David Zulawski from 2018. Zulawksi is an expert in interrogation and interview techniques and the cofounder of Wicklander Zulawski and Associates. Topics discussed include: Why is the non-confrontational, rapport-focused tech... more

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23 days ago

A talk with professional poker player Yakov Hirsch about the well known high-stakes poker situation where amateur Robbi Jade Lew was accused of cheating by professional player Garrett Adelstein. We give our takes on the hand, and the overall situatio... more

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a month ago

Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars from 282 ratings
  • Kevin Arcenaux

    Sadly this podcasr has shown its Trump derangement syndrome and has become partisan. Was good well it lasted. Bye!

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    canucksupporter
    Canada2 months ago
  • “Can recognizing and reducing Nias in news help with polarization” Interview with Vanessa Otero

    Excellent interview/discussion with Vanessa Otero, founder of Ad Fontes Media. As a former journalist very familiar with Ad Fontes Media, this interview was spot on in how we use language in discussions with others over how the media covers the news each day. Very informative!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    !PLPO
    United States2 months ago
  • Cornucopia of Guests discussing hot button issues in academic fashion

    Zachary Elwood shows us the deftness for detail and ability to engage in on the spot and unconventional analysis that a professional poker player has, while interviewing guests ranging from political extremists, to political and psychological theorists. He is always well read of his guests going into interviews but isn’t scared to push topics to their most relevant points of discussion relative to today nor challenge guests to find gems of insight that can best be brought out through an intervie... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    SocalSum41Fan
    United States3 months ago
  • Interesting and insightful

    Fascinating episodes! I really enjoy the topics and conversations. I’ve listened to a range of psychology podcasts and really appreciate the breadth, depth and originality of this one. The podcast had improved over time and I’ve enjoyed following the journey. Personally I really enjoy the solo episodes (the most recent episode about grifters was amazing). Fingers crossed for an audio version of the depolarization book soon!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    reallygreatproduct
    United States5 months ago
  • Usually good podcast

    Rich Logis 🙄

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    afozark
    United States5 months ago

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