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Patrick Fagan and Jasmine Pal
What Are They Thinking?
What are they thinking? Is a behavioural science podcast hosted by two former Cambridge Analytica employees, Jasmine Pal and Patrick Fagan. As well as being an engaged couple who met at the company, Patrick was the former lead psychologist and has 10 years experience in behavioural science. This podcast sheds light on the inner workings of various industries who use behavioural science to influence our decision making.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 11 ratings
Insightful and Eye-Opening
If you want an insight on how Psychology plays a part in your every day life, this podcast is for you. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the lovely couple speak about human behaviour and informing us on ‘what are they thinking’. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/16/21
Laugh and Learn
I am obsessed! After just listening to the first episode of WATT I can say it definitely makes it into the essential list. Patrick and Jasmine offer an excellent insight into the science of human behaviour whilst coming across as warm and relatable. The information is easily digestible and...Read full review »
Miski_ via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/16/21
Interesting and fun!
Lots of great psychology stuff but really easy to listen to
Fagan87 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/16/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 04/27/21
On this weeks episode, Patrick and Jasmine discuss the impact of technology on our brains! They dive into the way technology is having a negative effect on the way we think, our identity and even our emotions. The pair also surprise each other with a...
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