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Kurt Nelson, PhD and Tim Houlihan
Behavioral Grooves Podcast
Positively applying Behavioral Science insights to work and life - where Tim and Kurt have fun and in-depth discussions with leading researchers and practitioners to explore "why we do what we do!"
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4.9 stars from 63 ratings
I like that this podcast attempts to make behavioral science accessible, but this podcast obscures important details and sometimes even misleads its audience as a result. There is a way to e accessible but technically rigorous at the same time. Alas, this doesn’t achieve that. For example, the...Read full review »
Byrd Nick via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/27/20
Very insightful podcast
I love to hear how they nerd about behavioral science. It’s a very professional podcast and the hosts make it also very enjoyable. They bring rough behavioral science to examples of everyday life. I find it incredibly useful that after the interviews they chat about the most interesting points. I...Read full review »
Fer flynn via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 07/16/20
A great new find!
This is my new favorite podcast on behavioral science. Thank you!
Dawn Bourke via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/20
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