behavior podcasts

JHSB: “I Want You to Save My Kid!” Illness Management Strategies, Access, and Inequality at an Elite University R...

Author Amanda Gengler discusses her article "“I Want You to Save My Kid!” Illness Management...

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JHSB: "The Sequencing of a College Degree during the Transition to Adulthood: Implications for Obesity"

Author Richard Miech talks about his article "The Sequencing of a College Degree during the...

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JHSB: Suicidal Disclosures among Friends: Using Social Network Data to Understand Suicide Contagion

Author Anna Mueller discusses her article, "Suicidal Disclosures among Friends: Using Social...

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JHSB: Race and Ancestry in the Age of Inclusion: Technique and Meaning in Post-Genomic Science

Janet Shim, Sara Ackerman, and Katherine Weatherford Darling discuss their article, "Race and...

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SCU: A Healthy Bottom Line

GWU student interviews author Ivy Ken about her article for Social Currents' second issue, "A...

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ASR: Does fertility behavior spread among friends?

Author Nicoletta Balbo discusses her article for the June 2014 issue of American Sociological...

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iZoofari Chat: Koala Estrus Behavior Study

How do you know when a female koala is ready to breed? It's not such an easy task. CRES student...

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The Great Bank Debate

Is the best structure for the bank of tomorrow a digital bank that still offers bundled services?...

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Banking relationships- the good, the bad and the ugly

The growth of the Fintech sector and the plethora of new banking options has refocused banking...

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How To Change Your Brain Chemistry By Simply Smiling

Many of us use medication to change our brain chemistry. Another solution just as effective is to...

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Don't Drive Angry HowStuffWorks.com
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Don't Drive Angry

Even the most relaxed person can become irate behind the wheel. Do you or someone you know...

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Do people and their behavior ever puzzle you or 'creep you out'?

If so this is the show for you! Dr. Cochran talks with neuroscientist, professor and psychiatrist...

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Episode 186 - Change a Bad Habit

"Voices of ESL" is a podcast series hosted by Lee Chen, an associate professor at Palomar College...

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Social network diagnostics: a tool for monitoring group interventions The Royal College of Physician
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Social network diagnostics: a tool for monitoring group interventions

Jason R Frank discusses a paper from an open access journal. Social network diagnostics: a tool...

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Using Behavioral Analytics to Drive Product Direction

Richard White, CEO of UserVoice, talks with us about using behavioral data to help drive product...

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Otteson on Adam Smith

James Otteson of Yeshiva University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about Adam Smith. The...

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Why Do You Text and Post? Why Are You a Fan Your Team? Why are Your Religious?

When we were growing up everything we experienced was molding and shaping our likes, dislikes,...

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How does the brain motivate us to move?: Dr. Anatol Kreitzer, UCSF/Gladstone

A neuroscientist studies how diseases of the brain affect motivation and the body's ability to move.

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