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Migratory Bird Treaty Act

Squabbles of the Soil - December 07, 2022 07:10 - 31 minutes
This podcast of Squabbles of the Soil digs into the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, one of the oldest conservation laws in the United States. Some say that the MBTA is a crucial conservation law that has saved species from the brink of extinction and should not be changed, while others say it essentia...

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EP221: Think, Act, Be with Seth Gillihan

60 Mindful Minutes - December 06, 2022 19:39 - 53 minutes ★★★★★ - 37 ratings
This week I’m joined by Seth J. Gillihan, PhD, a licensed psychologist specializing in mindfulness-centered cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The focus of our conversation is on fostering patterns of thought that serve us well and encourage us to behave in ways that meet our goals. We will be ...

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Meet the Researcher (Ep. 23) - Will Zoppellini

Meet the Researcher - December 06, 2022 18:21 - 21 minutes
Emma chats to Will Zoppellini about his PhD research exploring growth mindset in education, we also hear about his love of travelling. 

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Episode 56 – Duygu Phillips – Cryptocurrency legitimation through rhetorical strategies: an institutional entrepreneurship approach

Entrepreneurship & Regional Development - December 06, 2022 14:45
How can cryptocurrency gain legitimacy in the eyes of users? Drawing upon the theories of institutional uncertainty and legitimacy, we propose a process model in which legitimacy for cryptocurrencies acquired at the market level via rhetorical strategies (i.e. evasive action) will reduce uncertai...

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Episode 151: Better Sex Through Mindfulness

Sex and Psychology Podcast - December 06, 2022 12:30 - 29 minutes
Low sexual desire is one of the most common sexual problems out there, but it's something that has been notoriously difficult to treat pharmacologically. The search for a pill that can produce desire out of thin air has been elusive, and that’s because desire is very complex.  So we need to look...

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Poison

SciShow Tangents - December 06, 2022 11:00 - 39 minutes ★★★★★ - 1.2K ratings
It's said that the dose makes the poison, but that doesn't change the fact that some poison is just more poison-y than others. This week, we get a lethal dose of venomous knowledge! SciShow Tangents is on YouTube! Go to www.youtube.com/scishowtangents to check out this episode with the added bo...

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#615 2022 Science Book Haul

Science for the People - December 06, 2022 04:00 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 163 ratings
John Dupuis and Joanne Manaster join host Rachelle Saunders in what might be our most favourite and longest-running December tradition: science book recommendations! We've brought our book mavens back to talk about their 2022 science book highlights and give us a sneak peak at what they're lookin...

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Dare To Dream, December 4, 2022

Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger - December 05, 2022 23:21 - 58 minutes ★★★★★ - 31 ratings
Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger Guest, Sarah Hudson, pop singer-songwriter, creator of the club-pop music project Ultraviolet Sound Success in the Matrix - Unlock Your Ultimate Potential

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Dare To Dream, November 27, 2022

Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger - December 05, 2022 23:17 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 31 ratings
Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger Guest, Master Clarice Chan, Feng Shui, Zodiac Signs & Lunar Calendar Near

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097R_A multilevel method to assess and design the renovation and integration of smart cities (research summary)

What is The Future for Cities? - December 05, 2022 22:00 - 11 minutes
Are you interested in smart cities to enhance quality of life for urban inhabitants?  Summary of the article titled A multilevel method to assess and design the renovation and integration of smart cities from 2015 by B. Mattoni, F. Gugliermetti, and F. Bisegna, published in the Sustainable Citi...

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097R_A multilevel method to assess and design the renovation and integration of smart cities (research summary)

What is The Future for Cities? - December 05, 2022 22:00 - 11 minutes
Are you interested in smart cities to enhance quality of life for urban inhabitants?  Summary of the article titled A multilevel method to assess and design the renovation and integration of smart cities from 2015 by B. Mattoni, F. Gugliermetti, and F. Bisegna, published in the Sustainable Citi...

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Stanley Ulijaszek introduces the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus.

Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford - December 05, 2022 19:25 - 13 minutes
Stanley Ulijaszek introduces the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus.

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Caroline Potter and Sabine Parrish talk about 'Identifying changes in household eating and physical activity during the COVID19 pandemic'

Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford - December 05, 2022 19:15 - 32 minutes
Caroline Potter and Sabine Parrish speak at the Unit for BioCultural Variation and Obesity Workshop on Food, Activity and mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus, on 'Identifying changes in household eating and physical activity during the COVID19 pandemic'.

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Amy McLennan speaking about 'Lockdown food and the invisible ways tech is shaping our food systems'

Oxford Obesity - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford - December 05, 2022 11:54 - 19 minutes
Amy McLennan speaking at the UBVO workshop 'Food, Activity, and Mental Health in the Year of Coronavirus', on 'Lockdown food and the invisible ways tech is shaping our food systems' 

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046 Pumpkin Pie, Twitter, and Dr. Thomas Lecaque

Proofing and Lies - December 05, 2022 10:01 - 46 minutes ★★★★★ - 12 ratings
This week Elle talks with pal of PAL historian Thomas Lecaque about the significance of twitter and the possibility that it may fall apart under new leadership. Elle pitches Neopets as a twitter alternative and Dr. Lecaque talks about what Mastodon is and isn't (spoiler: it isn't twitter). Check...

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Jason- A Personal War Against Stigma

Vet with a Mic - December 05, 2022 10:00 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 4 ratings
Jason is a retired Master Sgt and former HR manager at Black Rifle Coffee Company. Jason talks about his struggles with alcohol and overcoming his personal demons. Jason is a profile in courage by discussing his struggles with such candor that he inspires others on their path towards sobriety.  ...

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#95 Geneen Marie Haugen: The Creative Power in our Imagination and Awareness

What Could Possibly Go Right? - December 05, 2022 08:00 - 38 minutes
Geneen Marie Haugen, PhD, grew up as a free-range wildish kid with a run amok imagination. She is a guide to the experiential, intertwined mysteries of nature and psyche with the Animas Valley Institute, and is on the faculty of the Esalen Institute, Schumacher College, and the Fox Institute for...

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S02 E03 Educational subjugation

Coloured Souls - December 05, 2022 00:00 - 22 minutes
Whilst extreme forms of racial segregation have not been enforced on Britain’s shores, other insidious forms have been integrated into the culture. One such form of segregation operates from very early in the life of many twenty-first century Black Britons; as early as the age of six, school yea...

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I Feel Like...

Freedom's Creed with Rex Reed - December 03, 2022 21:00 - 19 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
Getting in touch with our feelings is not a bad thing.  However, when our feelings become preeminent over every other facet of life, then that is potentially, debilitating to our society.

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For Fear Of Little Men: Euhemerism and Secret Fairy Peoples (with Justin Mullis)

Wide Atlantic Weird - December 02, 2022 20:33 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 19 ratings
What if 'fairies' are a memory of a squat race of mysterious pre-humans who lived in Europe before modern humans arrived? Justin Mullis brings a LOT to the cabin in this episode. We cover: the origins of euhemerism and 'explanations' for Norse gods. Bernard Heuvelmans and euhemerism, our first ...

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Gift Cards, Are they worth it?

Cantos Podcast - December 02, 2022 16:47 - 7 minutes
Students in today's episode discuss the value or meaning of a Gift Card. 

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The Guest House | Poem by Jalaluddin Rumi

Psychology Is Podcast with Nick Fortino - December 02, 2022 14:36 - 1 minute
[Bonus] Nick performs one of our favorite poems ‘The Guest House’, written by Persian poet Rumi --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychology-is/support

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Transitioning from Lab Bench to Science Outreach and Training with Chanelle Case Borden, Ph.D.

When Science Speaks - December 02, 2022 13:08 - 16 minutes ★★★★★ - 18 ratings
This week's episode features Chanelle Case Borden, Ph.D., Associate Director of Training at the National Cancer Institute within the National Institutes of Health. We discuss a range of career development and communication topics, including: Chanelle's scientific research in Molecular Biology ...

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Tracey Salisbury on Wakanda Forever and Black and Brown Solidarity

Folk Phenomenology - December 02, 2022 11:00 - 2 hours ★★★★★ - 26 ratings
This is the ninth episode of the second season of Folk Phenomenology, hosted by Sam Rocha, featuring Tracey Salisbury. Folk Phenomenology is generously sponsored by:  Wipf and Stock Publishers St. Mark’s College Centre for Christian Engagement Give Us This Day Solidarity Hall Black Catho...

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When is a Bike Lane Not a Bike Lane?

Streets Ahead - December 02, 2022 10:50 - 46 minutes
In this special episode Laura goes to the seaside. It may be pouring with rain but Brighton and Shoreham-by-Sea offer a warm welcome, showing us the good stuff happening for cycling in Brighton, and the latest (largely bad stuff) on the short-lived cycle lane on Upper Shoreham road. This ill-fat...

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Here we go again with electronic warfare

Beer, strategy and warfare - December 02, 2022 08:55 - 32 minutes
Holly Ale (5.2% ABV) Vs. Kornheddinge Julöl (5.5% ABV)

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Mini 12: The Stanford Prison Experiment

Psychologically Minded - December 02, 2022 08:30 - 31 minutes ★★★★★ - 4 ratings
CW: discussion of police brutality This week's mini-episode focuses on the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment. This is a classic experiment that most people learn about during intro to psychology courses. But usually, that isn't enough to cover all the wild details of this experiment. I try to...

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What’s in My Air?

Climate One - December 02, 2022 08:01 - 59 minutes ★★★★★ - 410 ratings
Over a 20-year period, methane is 80 times more potent a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Yet those responsible for releasing methane into the atmosphere often don’t even know how much they themselves are emitting. And methane is only one of many harmful air pollutants that result from our dep...

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Counting the Cost of Payout (w/ Ruth Walters, Rastko Vrbaski and Bert Van Roosebeke)

IADI Podcast - December 02, 2022 07:00 - 21 minutes ★★★★★ - 1 rating
How do deposit insurers count the cost of payout? In this podcast, Ryan Defina (IADI Secretariat) is joined by Ruth Walters, Rastko Vrbaski (both Financial Stability Institute) and Bert Van Roosebeke (IADI Secretariat) to discuss how support by deposit insurers to bank failure management is subj...

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Episode 150: The Complicated Link Between Depression and Sex

Sex and Psychology Podcast - December 02, 2022 04:30 - 28 minutes
It is well known that depression (and certain drug treatments for depression, notably SSRIs) can lower sexual interest, desire, and activity levels. However, it turns out that the story of how depression and sex are connected is more complicated than this. Depression is one of those things that c...