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Best Humanfactors podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Humanfactors podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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A podcast autopsy of media: how we consume it and how it informs our everyday culture.
 
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The mission of the Situational Awareness Matters! Radio Show is to help you see the bad things coming... in time to avoid bad outcomes by improving your understanding of human factors, situational awareness and decision making under stress. Listen and learn from hundreds of incredible interviews with first responders who survived near-miss events.
 
Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
On the Kicking Boxes Podcast, Randy Cadieux from V-Speed, LLC interviews leaders from around the globe who are using their experience, expertise and education to disrupt the status quo in business and industry. Thought leaders are interviewed about disruptive leadership to find out how they are working to change key areas in various industries. Critical subjects that underpin Operational Excellence are explored, including reliability, safety, quality, organizational learning and many other a ...
 
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Thank you to our Co-producer patron Kevin Wetter for selecting this week's topic! This 1994 indie rock album means a lot to its fans as proof positive that you can survive a romantic breakup. We look at the small business that drove its creation and try to put ourselves in the shoes of the listeners who cherish it. Interested in the media we di ...…
 
Roree Payment has just completed his first year as the Chief of the Clearview Fire and Emergency Services. Prior to that he was the Deputy Fire Chief for the department for the previous 5.5yrs. Having a love for the fire service and being blessed with many great opportunities his 20-year career has taken him through 3 different departments incl ...…
 
This animated series was an MTV oddity, televised between 1991 and 1994 in a blur of non-linear, ambiguous chunks. We talk about how creator Peter Chung got this made while inserting symbolic references to the limits of 1990's storytelling. We also wonder why we're so nostalgic for a simpler time when our entertainment was more nebulous and wei ...…
 
In this episode, we review the Overconfidence chapter of my new book, How Smart Workers Use Situational Awareness to Improve Safety. Really smart and talented workers can drift over into a minefield of overconfidence – a place the organization really doesn’t want them to be. Unfortunately, the worker may not even realize they’ve drifted onto th ...…
 
This 1975 children's book by Roald Dahl is about class conflict and an idealized relationship between a child and their parent. We talk about Dahl's notoriously disagreeable personality while trying to reconcile it with this genuinely joyful story. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it throu ...…
 
Comparing and contrasting some different methods for using visual constraints during practice, including stroboscopic training, spatial and temporal occlusion. What transfers to competition? Articles: Effects of Visual Control Training on the Shooting Performance of Elite Female Basketball Players The impact of a training intervention with spat ...…
 
Stress can have a significant, and undesirable impact on a worker’s memory and recall. This 2-part episode from a live presentation explains and demonstrates the undesirable impacts of stressBy Richard B. Gasaway
 
This 2017 graphic novel is a memoir about growing up, figure skating, and coming out of the closet. We talk about how Walden approached the project with guidance from her editor while we look at the comics industry as a whole and the tensions between the book market and the direct market. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Pleas ...…
 
Stress can have a significant, and undesirable impact on a worker’s memory and recall. This 2-part episode from a live presentation explains and demonstrates the undesirable impacts of stress.By Richard B. Gasaway
 
This 2018 concept album is about reckoning, celebrating, and reclaiming what it means to be American. We discuss how Monáe uses her platform to advocate for queer and black women while working with big record labels to also produce commercial success. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it th ...…
 
At the time of the call, Mike Beutler responded as a volunteer firefighter with the Happy Valley Fire District (Oregon) to a commercial structure fire in a strip mall in the neighboring community of Damascus. Upon arrival, they found a True Value Hardware store fully involved with flames through the roof and blowing out the front windows. While ...…
 
This is a special repost of the first episode of our Patreon-only series, SuperKINGcontext. Stephen King's first novel was adapted into this 1976 cautionary movie about adolescence, bullying, and female representation by a team of middle-aged men. How does the male gaze impact this story that is so often referred to as "feminist"? Interested in ...…
 
At the time of the call, Mike Beutler responded as a volunteer firefighter with the Happy Valley Fire District (Oregon) to a commercial structure fire in a strip mall in the neighboring community of Damascus. Upon arrival, they found a True Value Hardware store fully involved with flames through the roof and blowing out the front windows. While ...…
 
Part 4 in my series on the CLA. What is the purpose of adding constraints in the constraints led approach to coaching? How does this differ from what has been done in the past? What are the different ways constraint manipulations can be used? How do constraints influence movement? Me on the Talent Equation Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/user ...…
 
This political comedy podcast makes over a million dollars a year from its Patreon subscribers alone. We try to unpack how it gets made while learning more about the personal values associated with the "dirtbag left." Chapo Trap House podcast on Soundcloud Additional Resources: Meet Chapo Trap House: The Funniest and Most F**ked Up New Podcast ...…
 
Ron Hunter is a Lieutenant with the Spartanburg (South Carolina) Fire Department, working out of the Southside station. He has been with the City for 23 years, starting out as a firefighter and advancing to the driver of the Rescue, to shift training coordinator, to the driver of the truck company, to his currently held Lieutenant position. He ...…
 
Revisiting the theory of differential learning. How does it differ from contextual interference? How much structure should we use when varying conditions in practice? What is stochastic resonance? Articles: On the optimal degree of fluctuations in practice for motor learning Invited commentary: Differential learning is different from contextual ...…
 
This 2015 comic mixes folklore and magic with science and technology. We discuss how each creator brings their own experimentation to the project, and how it's been received by the comic book industry and its more philosophical readers. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchasing it through our affil ...…
 
The AskRail mobile app is a safety tool that provides first responders immediate access to accurate, timely data about what type of hazardous materials a railcar is carrying so they can make an informed decision about how to respond to a rail emergency. AskRail® is a backup resource if information from the train conductor or train consist is no ...…
 
Are there benefits to doing interleaved practice with partner? Is it better if you work on the same or different skills? Articles: Manipulations to practice organization of golf putting skills through interleaved matched or mismatched practice with a partner More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articl ...…
 
This collection of non-fiction essays attempts to define two modes of storytelling by providing examples of each from popular culture. We talk about how Fisher's argument fits into our larger discussions of horror stories and how his definitions may be useful for considering the end of capitalism. Interested in the media we discussed this episo ...…
 
I wrote the book “How Smart Workers Use Situational Awareness to Improve Safety to help front-line workers, supervisors, safety managers, and executives understand how to develop and maintain situational awareness and how to use situational awareness to improve high-risk decision making. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-548- ...…
 
Why can even relatively short breaks (like a rain delay or waiting for an opponent to take their turn) hurt performance? Why do athletes sometimes seem to completely misperceive the position of their body or how they are moving? A look at the process of calibration as linking frames of reference. Articles: A serial‑position curve in high‑perfor ...…
 
Thank you to our Co-producer patron Kevin Wetter for selecting this week's topic! This 2009 TV show, helmed by Joss Whedon, was meant to be a thematic exploration of identity and sexuality but many have argued about its problematic story. Was that because of corporate interference or Whedon's own issues with feminist representation? Interested ...…
 
I wrote the book “How Smart Workers Use Situational Awareness to Improve Safety" to help front-line workers, supervisors, safety managers and executives understand how to develop and maintain situational awareness and how to use situational awareness to improve high-risk decision making. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-548- ...…
 
Is there one optimal movement solution for any given task? If not, can we identify the optimal movement pattern for each individual? How can knowledge of performance feedback be used to achieve optimality? Articles: Kinematic information feedback and task constraints In search of sports biomechanics’ holy grail: Can athlete-specific optimum spo ...…
 
THIS IS A REPOST OF A 2016 EPISODE. As the release of the film JOKER looms, we revisit our discussion about Batman, the Joker, and ambiguity. Looking back on the Batman film “The Dark Knight,” does it stand for anything? Or does it simply soak up whatever morals we bring to it? Christopher Nolan’s intentions remain mysterious, but we do our bes ...…
 
Randy Hanifen serves as a Captain and shift commander with the West Chester Fire Department near Cincinnati, Ohio. At the time of his near-miss event, Randy was a firefighter riding up in the officer position on an engine. While operating on the second floor of a residential dwelling fire, a rapid change of conditions forced Randy and his partn ...…
 
A look at motor learning as a search within perceptual-motor workspace in the Search Strategies Approach theory. How do performers find stable regions in this workspace, and how does their search depend on their intrinsic dynamics and how they are coached. Articles: Search Strategies in the Perceptual-Motor Workspace and the Acquisition of Coor ...…
 
Thank you to our Co-producer patron Miriam Meaney for selecting this week's topic! This 1985 Peter Greenaway film approaches storytelling with the perspective that there is no meaning to reality despite our organized attempts to create it. We talk about how Greenaway uses the traditions of Dutch paintings and anatomical animal studies to get th ...…
 
Brian Collins serves as a Battalion Chief with the Brentwood Fire Department in Tennessee. At the time of his near-miss event, he was serving as the company officer on an engine. While responding to a call, and while the apparatus was making a left-hand turn at an intersection, the door opened and, if not for wearing his seatbelt, Brian would h ...…
 
How do we coordinate movement across our different body segments and with respect to the external environment? A look at a specific example of a coordinative structure in baseball batting. Articles: A functional modulation for timing a movement: A coordinative structure in baseball hitting More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Resea ...…
 
Thank you to our Co-producer patron Chris Marlton for selecting this week's topic! This 2002 Japanese art film is slow, meticulously shot, and has wonderful, ornate costumes. We discuss how it was influenced by a form of traditional puppetry but should be approached more like a meditative painting. Interested in the media we discussed this epis ...…
 
In this episode, I am interviewed on the Coffee Talk Show with Carl Potter, founder of The Safety Institute. The Safety Institute is a resource for organizations that want to create workplaces where it’s difficult to get hurt. Carl Potter works with organizations that want to put safety first in the minds of their employees so that everyone can ...…
 
How consistently do you need to move in order to consistently be successful in a sports skill? Is low variability in movement kinematics a key to achieving your goal? How should we be measuring and conceptualizing movement variability? Articles: Timing an attacking forehand drive in table tennis The amount and structure of human movement variab ...…
 
In this 1978 non-fiction book, Gardner argues that art and writing should be moral and that his peers in the literary community are immoral for failing to uphold this tradition. We discuss Gardner's tragic life story while trying to process this debate and whether he was right, wrong or just an asshole. Interested in the media we discussed this ...…
 
Chris Tobin is a firefighter in St. Louis, Missouri. Contact Us www.SAMatters.com www.RichGasaway.com 612-548-4424 (office) 651-331-8518 (cell) Get connected with SAMatters Facebook: Follow SAMatters LinkedIn: Follow Rich Gasaway Twitter: Follow Rich Gasaway Instagram: Follow SA_Matters Youtube: Subscribe to SAMattersTV Itunes: Subscribe to SAM ...…
 
This podcast started in 2012 as a fictional update from a strange, supernatural town. With guest Dave Moore, we discuss how this successful production is made while unpacking the utopian ideal it creates with a kind of drab mundanity. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Find out more at their website and tell them we sent you. We ...…
 
Skills to succeed in a world where there is no gray. IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW QUICKLY a paramedic can insert an IV or intubate a patient or victim in trouble. It's not about being able to recognize a heart attack from a panic attack. Until it is. Medical knowledge is important in responding to life-and-death emergencies for paramedics. But just as im ...…
 
How soon should you give an athlete performance feedback? Is there any value in delaying it a bit? What is happening in the time between an action finishing and feedback being processed? Articles: Feedback delay attenuates implicit but facilitates explicit adjustments to a visuomotor rotation An interpolated activity during the knowledge-of-res ...…
 
This 2005 video game tried to capture the atmosphere and experience of H. P. Lovecraft's mythos. It is now called a commercial failure and a cult classic. We discuss its unique, immersive gameplay, and its Lovecraftian approach to knowledge as a thing to fear. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support the show by purchas ...…
 
How exactly is peripheral vision used in sports? What are the costs and benefits of different gaze strategies? A look at gaze anchors and visual pivot points. Articles: What do we see out of the corner of our eye? The role of visual pivots and gaze anchors in sport Peripheral Vision in Martial Arts Experts: The Cost-Dependent Anchoring of Gaze ...…
 
Skills to succeed in a world where there is no gray. IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW QUICKLY a paramedic can insert an IV or intubate a patient or victim in trouble. It's not about being able to recognize a heart attack from a panic attack. Until it is. Medical knowledge is important in responding to life-and-death emergencies for paramedics. But just as im ...…
 
This 2015 comic series is an attempt to tell "the ultimate H.P. Lovecraft" story, so we dive deep into the cold, clinical research process behind it. We also discuss this story's relationship with sexual violence, racism, American mythology, capitalism and... comic book fandom. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please support t ...…
 
Charles Werner is the retired Charlottesville fire chief and 45-year public safety veteran. After retirement, Charles worked with the Virginia Department of Emergency Management from 2015 - 2017 as senior advisor/acting deputy state coordinator. Charles served in numerous leadership roles at the local, state, national levels on public safety co ...…
 
Articles: Taekwondo Fighting in Training Does Not Simulate the Affective and Cognitive Demands of Competition: Implications for Behavior and Transfer Batting Practice Is Probably a Waste of Everyone’s Time https://www.kinovea.org/ More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast ...…
 
This 1986 horror film adapted an H.P. Lovecraft story into a transgressive "video nasty" about repressed sexuality. We learn about the production methods that brought its "pineal glands" to life, while discussing Lovecraft's fear of sex in contrast with From Beyond's smashing of taboos. Interested in the media we discussed this episode? Please ...…
 
Alex Charoni is a Captain with the South King County Fire & Rescue service in Washington. For more than a decade Alex has been developing his passion for understanding the root causes for firefighter near-miss events. Alex and I met when I was delivering a program for the Washington State Fire Training Officers Association Conference and that l ...…
 
A look at a recent study on learning new gait patterns. Which is better: practicing the criterion task the whole time, progression from easier to difficult or random practice? Articles: Learning new gait patterns is enhanced by specificity of training rather than progression of task difficulty More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My R ...…
 
This 2016 novel explores sci-fi and horror in the 1950s from the perspective of an African-American family already accustomed to prejudice and dread. We have an uncomfortable conversation about how it addresses H.P. Lovecraft's racism and the question of whether a white author should tell stories about the black experience. Interested in the me ...…
 
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