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Cody Kommers
Cognitive Revolution
Welcome to Cognitive Revolution with Cody Kommers. In this show we'll explore the personal side of the intellectual journey. It's all too easy to see the successes of great scientists, creatives, and thinkers as unattainable. But that's because we only see the outcome, not the process. Cognitive Revolution is a show about the steps these great minds took to get to the top.
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5.0 stars from 14 ratings
A high quality podcast
Listening to Cody during the pandemic has been like having a level headed friend who has a new thought to share, and predictably that friend is always nearby—an earshot away ;) And his collection of academic history is fascinating! The appreciation for multiple disciplines is a joy. Cody’s...Read full review »
iosonosenzatitolo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/03/21
Amazing guests (David Pizarro! Paul Bloom!), looking at the more personal side of a psychologist’s journey. Perfect podcast for psychology graduate students, or if you like similar psych podcasts (Two Psychologists Four Beers, Black Goat, Very Bad Wizards, Psychology Podcast)…
Stovestove11111 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/29/20
Wish I had thought of this idea because these are the kinds of questions I’ve always wanted to ask the great minds I look up to. My non-scientist brain appreciates the personal angles as I see a bit of myself in each of these interviews. Looking forward to more content!
BobHope68 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/14/19
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