Political and moral psychologist Cory Clark joins Nick Fortino on the 31st episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for a conversation about psychology in politics. Why is there so often a lack of nuance in political positions? Why are our views so persistent? What effect does your political identity have on your political views? If tribalism here to stay? How can we minimize conflict between tribes? What are the psychological mechanisms that lead to political polarization? The conversation also ventures into the topic of free will, responsibility, and moral accountability.
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Dr. Kelly Brogan performed a very unique human feat; she changed her mind. She was trained as an MD and psychiatrist at prestigious institutions including Cornell and NYU. Upon completing her training and practicing psychiatry for some time, Dr. Brogan recognized the limitations and harms of...
Dr. Rose McDermott joins Nick on the 36th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for an important conversation about Covid, politics, perception, violence, nuclear war, world peace, and heroism. Our world is tumultuous and beautiful and terrible and awesome. Let's talk about it.
Medical Doctor Anoop Kumar joins Nick Fortino on the 35th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for a conversation about human nature, and how a more complete understanding of the human body will enhance our capacity to practice medicine effectively.
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