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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Van Vugt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Van Vugt, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Van Vugt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Van Vugt, often where they are interviewed.

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'We worden permanent afstandelijker.' Een gesprek met hoogleraar Mark van Vugt

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Paul van Liempt in gesprek met Hoogleraar evolutionaire psychologie Mark van Vugt. "We zullen ons gedrag moeten aanpassen.   

In zijn onderzoek past Van Vugt de inzichten uit de evolutionaire biologie toe op het gedrag van mensen. Zo probeert hij hedendaagse maatschappelijke patronen beter te begrijpen. Vanuit dat oogpunt is deze coronatijd eigenlijk niet zo uitzonderlijk. “Als je door een evolutionaire bril kijkt weet je dat allerlei diersoorten al generaties lang met infectieziekten te maken hebben.”

Sep 18 2020 · 50mins
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#91 - Mark van Vugt - Lucy, Darwin & Lady Gaga

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Presentator Bouwe van Straten interviewt Mark van Vugt. Hij is hoogleraar psychologie aan de Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam en vertelt over zijn nieuwste boek Lucy, Darwin & Lady Gaga waarin hij uitlegt hoe de evolutie onze kijk op de wereld verdiept.
Sep 07 2020 · 54mins
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Making Remote Work #10 – Mark van Vugt (VU)

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#skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork

What does Evolutionary Psychology teach us about Remote Work? Is our hunter-gatherer ancestry hindering us in virtual environments? How do we deal with crisis situations and what makes a good leader in such times? How will employees behave in the economic downturn that is looming?

Join the engaging discussion with Professor Mark van Vugt on Making Remote Work!

Mark van Vugt is Professor of Evolutionary Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He is also a Research Associate at the Department for Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, UK. His expertise is in evolutionary perspectives on human social behavior and in applications of evolutionary psychology to fields such as leadership, business & management, economics, sustainability, health, politics, war & peace. 

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Jul 05 2020 · 48mins
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Evolutionary Mismatch in the Workplace with Mark van Vugt and Max Beilby

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Max Beilby and Mark van Vugt discuss the science of evolutionary mismatch how it can help us understand human behavior in modern novel environments such as the workplace.

Mark van Vugt is a professor in Evolutionary and Organizational Psychology at VU Amsterdam and is also a research associate at the University of Oxford. His latest book is, "Mismatch: How Our Stone Age Brain Deceives Us Every Day (and What We Can Do About It)".

Max Beilby is is a professional organizational psychologist as well as a member of the Human Behavior & Evolution Society and the Association for Business Psychology.   Both Mark and Max have written extensively for This View of Life Magazine and are members of TVOL's Business Action Group which is focused on understanding and improving business from an evolutionary perspective.   -- Become a member of the TVOL1000 and join the Darwinian revolution   Follow This View of Life on Twitter and Facebook   Order the This View of Life book
Mar 29 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Mark van Vugt: Hersenen, werk en leiderschap

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Mediatips: De Cicero-trilogie van Robert Harris en Voetbal International ("Ook om te zien hoe amateuristisch er in de topsport met leiderschap wordt omgegaan").

Mar 18 2020 · 25mins
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Mark van Vugt & Ineke Vandoorn

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Ineke Vandoorn, 'de avonturier onder de jazz zangeressen' volgens de Volkskrant, en gitarist Marc van Vugt, bekend om zijn betoverende arrangementen en hypnotisch gitaarspel, trokken in 2016 en 2018 door Canada, van oost naar west, langs de Canadese Prairies en over de Canadian Rockies, van Toronto tot Montreal. Tijdens deze trips speelden ze samen met Canadese musici en dat hebben ze live vastgelegd. Meer info: nposoulenjazz.nl.
Oct 26 2019 · 2hr 1min
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Mark van Vugt & Ineke Vandoorn

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Ineke Vandoorn, 'de avonturier onder de jazz zangeressen' volgens de Volkskrant, en gitarist Marc van Vugt, bekend om zijn betoverende arrangementen en hypnotisch gitaarspel, trokken in 2016 en 2018 door Canada, van oost naar west, langs de Canadese Prairies en over de Canadian Rockies, van Toronto tot Montreal. Tijdens deze trips speelden ze samen met Canadese musici en dat hebben ze live vastgelegd. Meer info: nposoulenjazz.nl.
Oct 26 2019 · 2hr 1min
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#36 [EN] Mark Van Vugt - “How does our Stone Age brain deceive us every day?”

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[This is a conversation with Mark van Vugt, evolutionary psychologist and professor at the Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands]

Mark van Vugt é uma das referências mundiais no campo da Psicologia Evolutiva. É professor na Universidade Livre de Amsterdão e colabora com o Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology da Universidade de Oxford. (Talvez se lembrem de o Paulo Finuras ter falado dele durante a nossa conversa.)

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Bio: Mark van Vugt is a Netherlands evolutionary psychologist who holds a professorship in evolutionary psychology and work and organizational psychology at the VU University (Vrije Universiteit) Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Van Vugt has affiliate positions at the University of Oxford, Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology (ICEA). Mark van Vugt studied psychology at the University of Groningen, followed by a PhD in applied social psychology at the University of Maastricht during which he worked on research into environmental sustainability and transportation as social dilemma and tragedy of the commons problems. After receiving his PhD in 1996, Mark van Vugt was hired by the University of Southampton, UK, to work as a lecturer in psychology, followed by a professorship in 2004 at the University of Kent, UK.

Oct 31 2018 · 41mins