A podcast about understanding people, hosted by Zachary Elwood (twitter: @apokerplayer). Interviews with people from a wide range of fields about how they understand and make use of human behavior in their work, with an occasional focus on political polarization and the psychology that drives it.
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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 indic... more
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 supremacis... more
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... more
Probably the best podcast I’ve come across so far. Very intelligent style of interviewer who seems to support his guests getting into flow state consistently. Thank you Zachary!
This is a great podcast in my opinion for the open minded, and open hearted person! The episodes make you think, and wonder and self reflect. That’s one thing I personally enjoy about it. Listening to several episodes I have definitely learned a lot and see things in a different light. more
As a lifelong gun owning conservative, from a family who has been republican sins Lincoln, I fully agree with the point of your channel. Yes humans are by nature tribalistic, but we each have an overlapping ven diagram of tribalistic allegiances. The left is never completely correct, nor is the right. most everything is in a Grey are, not simply black and white. I love your podcast as it is above all honest and recognizes that we all are neither hard left, nor hard right, but rather stuck in the... more
Some excellent podcasts. Highly intelligent and thoughtful.
Binging on this all day for fun. I’m only 3 shows in and feel like I understand myself and others a lot more than I did this morning. more
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this podcast launched 4 years ago and published 74 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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