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Essay 51 - Article II, Section 4 of the United States Constitution – Guest Essayist: Julia Shaw

Constituting America's Podcast

Constituting America's 90 Day Study of the United States Constitution

4mins

31 Jan 2021

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Julia Shaw: Embrace your imperfect memory

Les sciences cognitives aux futurs

Dr Julia Shaw is a psychological scientist and memory hacker who conducts research on complex memory errors called rich false memories. She works with lawyers, police, and military, and does talks for business settings. She is often featured as an expert on TV, news, and radio, and is a regular contributor to Scientific American and Der Spiegel. Filmé les 12, 13 et 14 mai 2017 à L'ÉCHAPPÉE VOLÉE sur le Campus Serge Kampf Les Fontaines, http://www.les-fontaines.com En savoir plus : http://www.lechappeevolee.com/ Rejoignez nous sur les réseaux sociaux : Twitter : https://twitter.com/lechappeevolee Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/echappeevolee Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/lechappeevolee/

12mins

27 Jan 2021

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Essay 38- Article I, Section 10, Clause 3 of the United States Constitution – Guest Essayist: Julia Shaw

Constituting America's Podcast

Constituting America's 90 Day Study of the United States Constitution

5mins

24 Jan 2021

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Arson, evil and getting inside humanity's dark side: Dr Julia Shaw and Chloe Hooper

Science Friction

How do you climb inside the mind of someone who commits an evil act?

40mins

1 Nov 2020

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Psychologist Dr Julia Shaw - Bad People, nuance and bisexuality

Who Hurt You?

Sofie talks to Julia Shaw and her cat about criminal psychology, Bad People, memory, reasonable doubt, certainty, nuance, bisexuality, evil, consciousness, science communication, and flirting. Content warning – coronavirus, anxiety, crime, violence, prison, police, masks, harassment, war, murder, death, diets, drug use, paedophilia, sexism, biphobia, ADD, dementia, terrorismArtwork by Justine McNicholJingle by Harriet BraineProduced by Dave Pickering Made of Human Podcast online:Twitter: @podmohFacebook: facebook.com/madeofhumanpodcastWeb: madeofhumanpodcast.comPatreon: patreon.com/mohpod Sofie Hagen online:Twitter: @SofieHagenFacebook: facebook.com/sofiehagen.komikerWeb: sofiehagen.comInstagram: @sofiehagendkSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/sofiehagen)

1hr 26mins

24 Sep 2020

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Dr Julia Shaw: Why do we do bad things?

Instant Genius

Everyone does bad things. We know deep down are wrong, but we do them anyway. Sometimes, people do things so bad that we call them evil.Criminal psychologist Dr Julia Shaw says there’s no such thing as evil. In her book Making Evil, she argues that we should ditch the idea altogether, and try to understand so-called “evil” people.In this week’s episode of the Science Focus Podcast, she talks about psychopaths, mental illness and why we do bad things.Let us know what you think of the episode with a review or a comment wherever you listen to your podcasts.Subscribe to the Science Focus Podcast on these services: Acast, iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, OvercastRead the full transcription [this will open in a new window]This podcast was supported by brilliant.org, helping people build quantitative skills in maths, science, and computer science with fun and challenging interactive explorations.Listen to more episodes of the Science Focus Podcast:Jack Lewis: Sin and why we do the things we shouldn'tASMR science: are 'brain tingles' more than just a feeling?Jesse Bering: What can psychology tell us about suicide?Pete Etchells: Are video games good for us?Helen Russell: What does it mean to be happy?Gary Barker: What does it mean to be a man?See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42mins

7 Sep 2020

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10: DR Julia Shaw - Making Evil

The Bookomicast

In this episode we meet the criminal scientist who wants us to re-think the concept of Evil, to speak of the unspeakable and accept that we are all capable of extreme cruelty and bad behaviour, even if it's all in our head.Get your copy of the book HERE

24mins

26 May 2020

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#20: Julia Shaw on Who We Are and Why It Matters

Cognitive Revolution

This is probably the most interesting interview I've done on Cognitive Revolution to date (sorry, Paul Bloom). To call Dr Julia Shaw by her title of psychological scientist at University College London is to severely underestimate the breadth of her mind. She is the kind of scholar who could accurately be described as "complete." It's not that she knows everything. But nothing is outside of the bounds of her interests or capability for engagement. It's a very inspiring thing to see. In this episode, we talk about -- what else? -- the Coronavirus pandemic, but also: lockdown reading lists, how Julia's troubled family history influenced her interest in psychology, overcoming toxic grad school environments, whether it's possible to appreciate great art from terrible people, whether heterosexuality exists, and a host of other far flung topics. You can follow Dr Julia Shaw on Twitter @drjuliashaw and on her website drjuliashaw.com. You can also check out her books: the Memory Illusion, and Making Evil. If you want to keep up with Cognitive Revolution you can subscribe on whichever platform you may be listening through. You can also follow me on Twitter @codykommers and through my newsletter at https://www.codykommers.com/newsletter.

1hr 17mins

1 Apr 2020

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#20: Julia Shaw on Who We Are and Why It Matters

Cognitive Revolution

This is probably the most interesting interview I've done on Cognitive Revolution to date (sorry, Paul Bloom). To call Dr Julia Shaw by her title of psychological scientist at University College London is to severely underestimate the breadth of her mind. She is the kind of scholar who could accurately be described as "complete." It's not that she knows everything. But nothing is outside of the bounds of her interests or capability for engagement. It's a very inspiring thing to see. In this episode, we talk about -- what else? -- the Coronavirus pandemic, but also: lockdown reading lists, how Julia's troubled family history influenced her interest in psychology, overcoming toxic grad school environments, whether it's possible to appreciate great art from terrible people, whether heterosexuality exists, and a host of other far flung topics. You can follow Dr Julia Shaw on Twitter @drjuliashaw and on her website drjuliashaw.com. You can also check out her books: the Memory Illusion, and Making Evil. If you want to keep up with Cognitive Revolution you can subscribe on whichever platform you may be listening through. You can also follow me on Twitter @codykommers and through my newsletter at https://www.codykommers.com/newsletter.

1hr 17mins

1 Apr 2020

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#20: Julia Shaw on Who We Are and Why It Matters

Cognitive Revolution

This is probably the most interesting interview I've done on Cognitive Revolution to date (sorry, Paul Bloom). To call Dr Julia Shaw by her title of psychological scientist at University College London is to severely underestimate the breadth of her mind. She is the kind of scholar who could accurately be described as "complete." It's not that she knows everything. But nothing is outside of the bounds of her interests or capability for engagement. It's a very inspiring thing to see. In this episode, we talk about -- what else? -- the Coronavirus pandemic, but also: lockdown reading lists, how Julia's troubled family history influenced her interest in psychology, overcoming toxic grad school environments, whether it's possible to appreciate great art from terrible people, whether heterosexuality exists, and a host of other far flung topics. You can follow Dr Julia Shaw on Twitter @drjuliashaw and on her website drjuliashaw.com. You can also check out her books: the Memory Illusion, and Making Evil. If you want to keep up with Cognitive Revolution you can subscribe on whichever platform you may be listening through. You can also follow me on Twitter @codykommers and through my newsletter at https://www.codykommers.com/newsletter.

1hr 17mins

1 Apr 2020

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