Water Cooler Neuroscience Think Fast S2, EP8 - AI and Romance with Dr Paul Eastwick Part 2 Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds 00:00 / 15:54 Subscribe Share RSS Feed Share Link Embed Download file | Play in new...
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Water Cooler Neuroscience Think Fast S2, EP6 – How relationships change and end according to a psychologist with Dr Nicole Barbaro Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds 00:00 / 14:01 Subscribe Share RSS Feed Share...
Water Cooler Neuroscience Think Fast S1, EP4 - Where have they been with Julianne Flanagan Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds 00:00 / 12:10 Subscribe Share RSS Feed Share Link Embed Download file | Play in new...
🔬🥼New Think Fast: Academia and Industry ep 🥼🔬
We’re joined by @theshauning, senior R&D at HealthTech Connex to give his unique take on the conversation. He took on his PhD with the intention of moving to industry. Make sure to listen #scicomm #podcast #neuroscience #ad
Hope you enjoyed yesterday's ThinkFast episode! Huge thanks to @NicoleBarbaro and @PaulEastwick for discussing your work with us! It was interesting to consider relationships from an evolutionary + AI perspective, at times it got really clinical 😄. #ad #scicomm #pscyhology
Pt2 of Dr. @PaulEastwick's interview is live! Today's episode is on compatibility, and we look at how Paul's research challenges the current idea of what it means, as well as its importance. Does compatibility matter at the start of relationships? #podcast #pscyhology #scicomm
Keep an eye out for tomorrow's new ThinkFast episode! We'll be releasing pt2 of our chat with Dr. Paul Eastwick on compatibility. This time we'll be looking at dating apps and questionnaires and why, according to Pauls research, they just don't work.
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Migraine sufferers who embarked on two-and-a-half hours of moderate to vigorous exercise per week reported a significant decline in their migraine triggers, including stress, depression, and sleep problems.
Hope you're enjoying our academia and industry series with @healthtechHTC! We look forward to sharing new episodes with you from next Monday. In the meantime, you can find previous episodes on our website!
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On todays TF @PaulEastwick discusses AI/ machine learning to study the start of relationships and compatibility. This is a notoriously difficult area of research given the sheer amount of data and variables to consider. Make sure to listen in! #podcast #psychology #scicomm #ad
Today’s TF: Academia and Industry we continue our chat with @RcnDarcy on some of the perceived barriers that exist when moving from academia to industry. We also talk profit making its reputation in academica. Is it bad that CEOs want to make money?#podcast #scicomm #phdchat #ad
Hope you enjoyed yesterdays episode! Next week Monday, we continue with our series ThinkFast: Academia and Industry, discussing the hurdles that some face when making the transition. Head to our website if you missed episode 1! Have a great weekend #psychology #scicomm #ad
Today’s TF ep wraps up our chat with @NicoleBarbaro on psychology's view of romance and relationships. We discuss commitment and separation anxiety whilst looking at gender and sex differences in the data. Do the memes measure up to the numbers? #psychology #podcast #scicomm
'How many colours can you see?' I've seen yet another optical 'illusion' trending and everyone has different answers. Check out this article on how it works!
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