Science: Social Sciences

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Top episodes in Science: Social Sciences

Scott Barry Kaufman & Ramani Durvasula 30 May 2024 • EN

How To Spot a Narcissist and Heal From Them w/ Dr. Ramani Durvasula

This week Scott is joined by clinical psychologist and author Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Dr. Durvasula is one of the world’s leading experts on narcissism. In this episode, they the common myths about narcissism, the warning signs of narcissism to look for when a new person enters your life, and how to heal and move on with

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In this episode we’re delivering steps for you to stand out and be remarkable. So you don’t get lost in the shuffle of noise out there. To get much of anywhere today, we must be remarkable. But what does that mean? My guest defines it not as being famous or rich, having tons of followers or being a genius, but as makin

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Jordan Harbinger & Jonathan Haidt 14 May 2024 • EN

990: Jonathan Haidt | How Gen Z Became the Anxious Generation

Jonathan Haidt is here to talk about his latest book, The Anxious Generation: How the Great Rewiring of Childhood Is Causing an Epidemic of Mental Illness. What We Discuss with Jonathan Haidt: Social media and smartphones have drastically altered childhood since the early 2010s, leading to increased rates of anxiety, d

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Richard Sergay & Jane Goodall 04 Jun 2024 • EN

Changing the World with Dr. Jane Goodall

In today’s episode, we hear from leader and luminary Dr. Jane Goodall, who has, for decades, made significant contributions to not only the scientific world, but to, arguably, the entire planet.  When 26-year-old, British-born Jane Goodall began field studies of primates in Tanzania in July 1960, she was the first rese

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Jordan Harbinger & Cal Newport 09 Apr 2024 • EN

975: Cal Newport | Reclaiming Time and Focus with Slow Productivity

How can we achieve work/life balance when we're always so dang busy? Slow Productivity author Cal Newport helps us achieve without burning out here! What We Discuss with Cal Newport: Why we need to redefine what productivity means in an age of constant connection and unclear boundaries between work life and home life.

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Brynn Quick speaks with best-selling author and linguist Gretchen McCulloch about her 2019 New York Times bestselling book Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language (Riverhead Books, 2020). Gretchen has written a Resident Linguist column at The Toast and Wired. She is also the co-creator of Lingthusiasm

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