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Best Michael Britt podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Michael Britt podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Psych Files is a podcast for anyone who wonders why we do what we do. Experienced educator Michael Britt, Ph.D., in an upbeat and friendly style, shows you how ideas from the field of psychology apply to everyday life. If you’re a life-long learner, a student or a teacher, you’ll find his 20-30 minute episodes enjoyable and educational. Over 14 million episodes have been downloaded to date with over 100,000 people listening every month. See what all the talk is about!
 
Join Tony Rich, Level II USAT certified coach, certified sports nutritionist, certified master swim coach, Level II TrainingPeaks Certified coach, Guinness World Record holder and finisher of over 100 long course events. Together with guests they'll discuss the science of self-propelled motion and also explore some of the most important topics within the intersection of endurance sports training, health, fitness, society and life current events.
 
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In this episode, a conversation with former professional triathlete and Level II USAT Certified Coach Sara McLarty. She's a founder of Swim Like a Pro in Clermont Florida. We discuss her life as a professional triathlete and she gives her advice to those seeking the profession. We discuss all aspects of freestyle swimming for triathlon and particul…
 
Do you like to bungee jump? Perhaps you’re into parachuting or wing suit flying? If so, you’re probably a “high sensation seeker”. In this fascinating interview with Dr. Kenneth Carter, author of the new book “Buzz!”, we talk about what kind of personality a sensation seeker has and what it’s like to be in a relationship with someone like this. Her…
 
In this episode of The Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Dr. Margo Mountjoy, M.D., PhD. Dr. Mountjoy is a member of the International Olympic Committee Medical Commission Games Group. Their work went into the updated IOC Consensus statement that broadened the explanation of the Female Athlete Triad into what we know now to be RED-S and the …
 
Music researchers analyzed over 700 top Billboard songs (which included examining over 80,000 chords) and they determined that the “Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da” is the most appealing song ever written. How in the world, you might ask, did they choose that (some would say annoying) song?! Let’s find out how two key ingredients - surprise and uncertainty - com…
 
In this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast, a conversation with Britt Marie Hermes. A former Naturopathic Doctor turned PhD candidate. Tony has a conversation with Britt about her story and the series of events that led her to her realizations that where instrumental in severing ties with Naturopathy. They talk about some of the therapies …
 
In movies and TV, women are understandably tired of playing roles like the “Wife” or the “Girlfriend”. Nowadays we’re seeing more women in film and TV but has their role in the production really changed all that much? That’s what the “Bechdel test” is all about. It’s not a test per se but rather a few questions to help you determine whether the wom…
 
In 1991 Dr. Joyner published a paper titled Optimal Marathon Performance on the basis of Physiological Factors. The model which considered factors such as oxygen uptake, lactate threshold and running economy predicted that with the right athlete and optimal conditions theoretically a marathon of 1:57:58 was possible. But are we getting faster, gett…
 
Have you ever heard someone say that they don’t think that women can be funny? I have to admit that I didn’t hear that until recently, so I looked at some of the research on gender and perceptions of humor. I think you’ll be surprised. In this episode I summarize some of that research and I give you four jokes and a handy way to remember jokes.…
 
In this podcast I have a conversation with @hunterpeaks Hunter Allen on the science behind cycling training and racing with a power meter. He's the head of Peaks Coaching, the co-founder of Trainingpeaks/WKO and Co-author of the book Training and Racing with a Power Meter. About Hunter Allen http://www.peakscoachinggroup.com/HunterAllen Training & …
 
Clive Anderson and David Morrissey are joined by Peter James, Bridget Minamore, Peter Bradshaw and Sophie Duker for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Hannah Williams & The Affirmations and Jake Wesley Rogers.Producer: Sukey FirthBy BBC Radio 4
 
Another violent act in America. Another man who committed it. Why Is it that men in our society are the ones who usually carry out violent acts? Is it how we bring up boys? Or is there another influence - genes. I was lucky enough to get professor Steve Stewart-Williams, author of the book The Ape That Understood the Universe, so come back to the s…
 
Why do some conspiracy theories seem to have so much evidence to support them? Well, that’s because if you look hard enough at any event, and you don’t have any particular theory before you start looking, you’re eventually going to find something. And you’ll probably think that thing is AMAZING. This is what careful thinkers and researchers have to…
 
Have you seen the musical The Fantasticks? Not only does it have wonderful music but it also has pearls of wisdom. Oh yea, and gender issues. In this episode I talk about the psychology inside this great show. I also talk about how you know when something you read online is probably true (hint: if what you read is boring then it's probably true) an…
 
Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the best podcast episodes with new commentary. 3:43: Dr. Maria de Boef Miara, PhD - Unpacking the science. DSD/Trans athletes, inclusivity/fairness in sport. 18:20: Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD - Obesity, overeating and the hungry brain. 29:42: Katherine Switzer - Reliving Katherine's 1967 run in the Boston Maratho…
 
In this episode I talk about whether there really is a bible code, anti-vaccination beliefs and whether jellybeans cause acne. It's all part of how we humans love to find patterns in the world and the amount of wiggle room we're willing to give ourselves to find them. Too often we make the Look Elsewhere error. And not just of everyday folk do this…
 
This episode's guest is Dr. Lauren Costantini, PhD @lc_costantini. She is a subject matter expert in wearable technology for sports, health and general fitness. A passionate advocate of women in tech, she's lead tech start-ups, and helped developed innovative technology for women. She is also a former professional mountain biker and CycloCross athl…
 
Most of us have heard of Anton Mesmer and Jean Charcot. They were some of the first to dabble in the "mind cure" using hypnosis and the power of suggestion. But what role did syphilis play in the development of psychology? You'd be surprised. Join me and authors Dr. Allan Ropper and Brian David Burrell as we discuss their new book called "How the B…
 
In this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Dr. Caleb Johnson, PhD. Dr. Johnson is a part of a distinguished research team at the Spaulding National Running Center. I have a conversation with Dr. Johnson on the research behind the prevention and cause of musculoskeletal injury from running. I also get Dr. Johnson’s take on the …
 
In this episode ofThe Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Professor Asker Jeukendrup, PhD @Jeukendrup on nutrition, pre-race nutrition and race nutrition for endurance athletes. Professor Jeukendrup has advised current and former world record holders such as Haile Gebrselassie, and Chrissie Wellington. He's also previously headed up the Gator…
 
There are too many knee-jerk, brief (and incorrect) explanations for why the US is experiencing such a rise in hatred and violence. Claiming that violent perpetrators are "mentally ill" is wrong. We have research and we understand the dangerous path that some young men get involved in and which ultimately leads them to violence. The right answers a…
 
In this episode we discuss the topic of equal pay in sports. A topic that’s been placed back into the spotlight by the women's national soccer team with their win in the 2019 World Cup. My guests will be two economists, Dr. Jill Harris, PhD @jillharris and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD @nolaagha who are two world renown economists with broad research agendas …
 
I haven't talked about sleep problems yet here on the Psych Files so I brought in the perfect person to talk to us about sleep and insomnia. Dr. Shelby Harris has written the Woman's Guide to Overcoming Insomnia and I learned a lot about how Cognitive Behavioral therapy is applied to this specific problem. Dr. Harris also has some tips you'll want …
 
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