The student-led Stanford Psychology Podcast invites leading psychologists to talk about what’s on their mind lately. Join Eric Neumann, Anjie Cao, Kate Petrova, Bella Fascendini, Joseph Outa and Julia Rathmann-Bloch as they chat with their guests about their latest exciting work. Every week, an episode will bring you new findings from psychological science and how they can be applied to everyday life. The opinions and views expressed in this podcast represent those of the speaker and not necessarily Stanford's. Subscribe at stanfordpsypod.substack.com. Let us hear your thoughts at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @StanfordPsyPod. Visit our website https://stanfordpsychologypodcast.com. Soundtrack: Corey Zhou (UCSD). Logo: Sarah Wu (Stanford)
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Anjie chats with Dr. Guilherme Lichand. Guilherme is an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University, and a co-Director at the Stanford Lemann Center. His research interest explores the sources of education inequitie... more
Eric chats with Michele Gelfand, Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Michele’s culture lab studies the strength of cultural norms, negotiation, conflict, revenge, forgiveness, and diversity, drawing on ma... more
Marginalia Episode is a collaboration between Stanford Psychology Podcast and Marginalia Science, a community committed to including, integrating, advocating for, and promoting members who are not typically promoted by the status quo in academia. In ... more
“Never replace in-school education.” “The humanity of me as a teacher understanding the needs of my students is going to be the hardest thing to replicate… I can now provide my students a microscopic understanding of a phenomenon.” more
Listening to the podcast from Seoul, South Korea. I just started doing my master’s degree in psychology and found this podcast very helpful. Getting to know the different field of research and their meaningful work has awaken me to explore more. I wish I can be presented on this podcast someday. more
Interesting guests, irreverent host.
I found you via episode 69- in a word, fabulous (truly the right word, by the way). more
I think the value of any podcast like this ultimately comes down to the ability of the interviewer to ask interesting questions and adapt their plan to in real time based on the answers from the guest. If you like psychological science and want to know more about what leading researchers in different researchers are doing, what they have learned along the way, and where they’re going next and why, I highly recommend this podcast. Great interviews about the latest research and thinking from some ... more
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