Hidden Brain
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Hidden Brain

Podcast von Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam

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Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships. 

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Why You Feel Empty
Have you ever had an unexplainable feeling of emptiness? Life seems perfect - and yet - something is missing. This week, sociologist Corey Keyes [https://hip.emory.edu/faculty/bios/keyes_corey.html] helps us understand where feelings of emptiness come from, how to navigate them and why they're more common than we might assume. If you missed it, make sure to listen to last week's episode on Why Trying Too Hard Can Backfire On You [https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/why-trying-too-hard-can-backfire-on-you/]. Thanks for listening!
10. Juni 2024 - 49 min
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Why Trying Too Hard Can Backfire On You
Thinking is a human superpower. On a daily basis, thinking and planning and effort bring us innumerable benefits. But like all aspects of human behavior, you can sometimes get too much of a good thing. This week, we talk with philosopher Ted Slingerland [https://philosophy.ubc.ca/profile/edward-slingerland-iii/] about techniques to prevent overthinking, and how we can cultivate the under-appreciated skill of letting go.  To hear more of our conversation with Ted Slingerland, be sure to check out our Hidden Brain+ episode with him, available now. You can join Hidden Brain+ via Patreon [https://www.patreon.com/HiddenBrain] or Apple Podcasts [https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hidden-brain/id1028908750?ign-itscg=30200S&ign-itsct=hiddenbrain_podcasts]. Thanks for listening!
03. Juni 2024 - 52 min
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Innovation 2.0: Do Less
The human drive to invent new things has led to pathbreaking achievements in medicine, science and society. But our desire to create can keep us from seeing one of the most powerful paths to progress: subtraction. In a favorite conversation from 2022, engineer Leidy Klotz [https://engineering.virginia.edu/faculty/leidy-klotz] shares how streamlining and simplifying is sometimes the best path to innovation.  Today's episode concludes our Innovation 2.0 series. If you've enjoyed these episodes, please tell a friend about them! They can find all of the stories in this series in this podcast feed, or at https://hiddenbrain.org/. Thanks for listening!
27. Mai 2024 - 46 min
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Innovation 2.0: Shortcuts and Speed Bumps
Most of us love to brainstorm with colleagues. But so often, our idea-generating sessions don't lead to anything tangible. Teams fill up walls with sticky notes about creative possibilities and suggestions for improvement, but nothing actually gets implemented. Some researchers even have a name for it: "innovation theater." This week, we explore the science of execution. Psychologist Bob Sutton [https://casbs.stanford.edu/people/robert-i-sutton] tells us how to move from innovation theater . . . to actual innovation. You can find all the episodes in our Innovation 2.0 series in this podcast feed, or on our website, hiddenbrain.org [https://hiddenbrain.org/].
20. Mai 2024 - 49 min
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Innovation 2.0: The Influence You Have
Think about the last time you asked someone for something. Maybe you were nervous or worried about what the person would think of you. Chances are that you didn’t stop to think about the pressure you were exerting on that person. This week, we continue our Innovation 2.0 series with a 2020 episode about a phenomenon known as as “egocentric bias.” We talk with psychologist Vanessa Bohns [https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/people/vanessa-bohns] about how this bias leads us astray, and how we can use this knowledge to ask for the things we need.  Did you catch the first two episodes in our Innovation 2.0 series? You can find them in this podcast feed or on our website [https://hiddenbrain.org/]. And if you're enjoying this series, please share it with a friend or family member. Thanks!
13. Mai 2024 - 52 min

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