More Psych Factors & Paul’s Theory on Self Development

Paul elaborates on several psych theories and his own theory on self development. How do your thinking habits shape who you are? Why do you feel the need to be socially attractive and accepted by others? Here are some segments to dive into:

0:45 — Self Development Introduction
5:29 — Operative Conditioning (Pavlov’s Dogs)
12:57 — Intentionality
15:10 — The Social Situation
23:27 — Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood (Stephen Covey)
25:13 — Why Do we seek social Validation?
27:35 — The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman
33:57 — Surviving Auschwitz — Man’s Search for Meaning (Victor E. Frankl)
35:46 — Your Happiness

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Please note that this podcast contains medical content. As we are not experts, please consult your doctor before trying anything suggested here.

Furthermore, please recognize that we discuss views of third parties in this podcast. We apologize if their viewpoint is misrepresented in this podcast. Please know that we have absolutely no intention of misrepresenting or misconstruing their viewpoint.

Please note that this podcast was produced, edited, and made by Nicholas Shah and Paul DeMott.

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Skill Up! — Learning & Mastery Podcast Streaming Link

Paul and Nick sit down to figure what’s the best way to learn and master a skill. What are the psychological barriers and how to you overcome them? How much does genetics play a role? Here are some segments to dive into:

0:42 — Three types of learners
5:50 — Deliberate Practice
10:28 — Your Brain, Your Skill
16:03 — The Last 30 Seconds of the Game
24:08 — Genes Versus You
29:35 — Chess in Real Life
36:20 — Emotional & Intellectual Intelligence
43:04 — Practice for Maintenance

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Please note that this podcast contains medical content. As we are not experts, please consult your doctor before trying anything suggested here.

Furthermore, please recognize that we discuss views of third parties in this podcast. We apologize if their viewpoint is misrepresented in this podcast. Please know that we have absolutely no intention of misrepresenting or misconstruing their viewpoint.

Please note that this podcast was produced, edited, and made by Nicholas Shah and Paul DeMott.

The Psychology Chronology

Posted: June 5, 2013 in Health, Psychology

The Psychology Chronology Podcast Streaming Link

Paul explains the stages that psychology underwent to arrive at what it is today. What are the limits of the psyche of the human mind? How do our perceptions alter our reality? Here are some segments:

1:20 — Cognitive Therapy
7:52 — Bullying
13:23 — Self Analysis & Psychology History
25:24 — Science of Worry
30:00 — Milgram Experiment
35:42 — Social Media and Psychology
39:11 — The Power of Listening & the Humanist Perspective

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Please note that this podcast contains medical content. As we are not experts, please consult your doctor before trying anything suggested here.

Furthermore, please recognize that we discuss views of third parties in this podcast. We apologize if their viewpoint is misrepresented in this podcast. Please know that we have absolutely no intention of misrepresenting or misconstruing their viewpoint.

Please note that this podcast was produced, edited, and made by Nicholas Shah and Paul DeMott.

Future Economy

Posted: May 31, 2013 in Economy, Future

The Future Economy Podcast Streaming Link

Nick and Paul sit down to discuss different viewpoints surrounding future economic scenarios that may play out. Here are some segments:

0:28 — Minimum wage
12:57 — Smartphone and Healthcare
29:09 — Rise of Computers

For Video, Please Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheContemplators

Please note that this podcast contains medical content. As we are not experts, please consult your doctor before trying anything suggested here.

Furthermore, please recognize that we discuss views of third parties in this podcast. We apologize if their viewpoint is misrepresented in this podcast. Please know that we have absolutely no intention of misrepresenting or misconstruing their viewpoint.

Please note that this podcast was produced, edited, and made by Nicholas Shah and Paul DeMott.

Check out the next podcast on Psychology next week!