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Squeezing the Orange
Squeezing the Orange
Professor Dan Cable and comedian Akin Omobitan unearth social science’s hidden gems by “funpacking” peer-reviewed articles and sharing their choice findings!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 52 ratings
smart, funny AND interesting
Highly recommend this podcast - the content is well researched, the presenters are funny and engaged. A „must listen“ for all who likes social science and to laugh.
really-all-nicknames-taken via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/16/21
If you wonder why humans do what they do and how our brains play tricks on us join in, this is a great place to get answers and have a laugh.
monica munoz mora via Apple Podcasts · Belgium · 03/01/21
Brilliant podcast
Love this podcast. Interesting topics presented in an easily digestible way without being dumbed down. Currently working my way through back episodes.
Mulangu via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/28/20
Recent Episodes
Diversity, if treated like an independent factor, falls short of effecting innovation when employee involvement is low. Dan and Akin discuss some of the challenges researchers face when attempting to apply science to this social issue.  - Research Paper: 'Diversity and organizational innovation:...
Published 06/30/21
Reciprocity is the dish of the day as Dan and Akin chew on research out of Stanford which questions why employee loyalty and effort is sometimes not reciprocated by employers - and, as it turns out, colleagues too.    - Research Paper: 'How “Organization” Can Weaken the Norm of Reciprocity:...
Published 06/16/21
Does it seem risky to be yourself at a job interview or on a first date? Turns out the riskier approach is trying to be what we think others want us to be. Dan and Akin squeeze research that weighs the benefits of authenticity against catering to the needs of others.  - Research Paper: 'To be or...
Published 06/02/21
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