Narrow approach, at times sexist
I finally have given up on this podcast after too many episodes in which Dr. Lisle missed (or purposefully ignored) opportunities to consider, or at least acknowledge, the impact of psychosocial factors on a person’s life and behavior. Given Dr. Lisle’s academic background I have no doubt that he is quite knowledgeable about the complicated interplay between our genetics, neurobiology, evolutionary motivations, and the cultures we live within, yet his inability or unwillingness to acknowledge this and discuss it on the podcast feels outright irresponsible.
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