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Brain Buzz

Brain Buzz Podcast

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Brain Buzz
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Brain Buzz makes research accessible and engaging. Join Drake and Kyle as they host talented researchers, exploring new and exciting topics in ways that will make your brain buzz!

Latest Episodes

Social Perspective Taking in Children with Epilepsy with Kathie Bailey

In Episode Six of Season Three we are joined by Kathie Bailey from Queen’s University and Trent University to chat about social problem solving and perspective taking in children with epilepsy. Kathie shares with us how the language ability of children with epilepsy contributes to difficulties in social perspective taking.

36 MIN5 d ago
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Social Perspective Taking in Children with Epilepsy with Kathie Bailey

Into the Weeds: Researching Cannabis with Dr. Zach Walsh

In Episode Five of Season Three we visit with Dr. Zach Walsh from the University of British Columbia Okanagan to chat about how social and cultural attitudes towards cannabis have changed with its legalization. Zach shares with us how research has shaped, and will continue to guide, changing norms and uses of cannabis - particularly surrounding its use medicinally.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Into the Weeds: Researching Cannabis with Dr. Zach Walsh

The Unique Brain with Dr. Kathleen Gates

In Episode Four of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Kathleen Gates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to chat about how each brain is unique and what that means for psychological research. Kathleen shares with us how measuring brain processes over time enables researchers to tease apart differences in psychological functioning and predict future psychological outcomes.

20 MINOCT 22
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The Unique Brain with Dr. Kathleen Gates

Debiasing Training with Dr. Carey Morewedge

In Episode Three of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Carey Morewedge from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University to chat about bias in decision making. Carey shares with us how biases, such as anchoring or confirmation bias, contribute to decision making and what can be done to mitigate these biases.

27 MINOCT 3
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Debiasing Training with Dr. Carey Morewedge

The Brain on Exercise with Dr. Liana Machado

In Episode Two of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Liana Machado from the Department of Psychology at the University of Otago in New Zealand to chat about the effects of physical activity on cognition. Liana shares with us how exercise impacts brain blood flow and cognitive outcomes across the human life, especially in ageing.

47 MINSEP 14
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The Brain on Exercise with Dr. Liana Machado

Welcome to Season Three!

Drake and Kyle welcome you back to the start of the academic year and introduce the beginning of Season Three!

4 MINSEP 12
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Welcome to Season Three!

Crisis Alert! Replicability in Science with Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel

In Episode 11 we are joined by Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel from the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences at KU Leuven to discuss the crisis of confidence in the scientific community. Wolf shares with us how statistics and scientific replication has lead to a crisis of confidence in scientific research, and what this means for scientists, journalists, and the general public.

50 MINJUN 29
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Crisis Alert! Replicability in Science with Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel

Digging Through the Past: The Archaeology of Culture Change with Ellie Gooderham

EIn Episode Ten of Season Two we are joined by Ellie Gooderham from the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University to chat how cultural changes affect juvenile development and health. Ellie shares with us how the social, cultural, and physical environments affect population stress, and how these periods of stress impacted juvenile development in Portugal from the 8th to 16th centuries.

47 MINJUN 7
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Digging Through the Past: The Archaeology of Culture Change with Ellie Gooderham

Food for Thought: Sustainability in Food guidelines with Rachel Mazac

In Episode Nine of Season Two we are joined by Rachel Mazac from the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems to discuss sustainability in the development of food-based dietary guidelines. Rachel shares with us how governments and health agencies are incorporating food sustainability into dietary guidelines and how nutrition, health, and the environment are inextricably intertwined.

48 MINMAY 25
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Food for Thought: Sustainability in Food guidelines with Rachel Mazac

Tech Support and Science with Matt Smith

In Episode Eight of Season Two we are joined by Matt Smith, the Information Technology Manager and Technical Analyst at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Psychology, to chat about the role of information technologists in research. Matt explains how information technologists can work with researchers to empower, drive, and manage research projects.

48 MINMAY 11
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Tech Support and Science with Matt Smith

Latest Episodes

Social Perspective Taking in Children with Epilepsy with Kathie Bailey

In Episode Six of Season Three we are joined by Kathie Bailey from Queen’s University and Trent University to chat about social problem solving and perspective taking in children with epilepsy. Kathie shares with us how the language ability of children with epilepsy contributes to difficulties in social perspective taking.

36 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Social Perspective Taking in Children with Epilepsy with Kathie Bailey

Into the Weeds: Researching Cannabis with Dr. Zach Walsh

In Episode Five of Season Three we visit with Dr. Zach Walsh from the University of British Columbia Okanagan to chat about how social and cultural attitudes towards cannabis have changed with its legalization. Zach shares with us how research has shaped, and will continue to guide, changing norms and uses of cannabis - particularly surrounding its use medicinally.

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Into the Weeds: Researching Cannabis with Dr. Zach Walsh

The Unique Brain with Dr. Kathleen Gates

In Episode Four of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Kathleen Gates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to chat about how each brain is unique and what that means for psychological research. Kathleen shares with us how measuring brain processes over time enables researchers to tease apart differences in psychological functioning and predict future psychological outcomes.

20 MINOCT 22
Comments
The Unique Brain with Dr. Kathleen Gates

Debiasing Training with Dr. Carey Morewedge

In Episode Three of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Carey Morewedge from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University to chat about bias in decision making. Carey shares with us how biases, such as anchoring or confirmation bias, contribute to decision making and what can be done to mitigate these biases.

27 MINOCT 3
Comments
Debiasing Training with Dr. Carey Morewedge

The Brain on Exercise with Dr. Liana Machado

In Episode Two of Season Three we are joined by Dr. Liana Machado from the Department of Psychology at the University of Otago in New Zealand to chat about the effects of physical activity on cognition. Liana shares with us how exercise impacts brain blood flow and cognitive outcomes across the human life, especially in ageing.

47 MINSEP 14
Comments
The Brain on Exercise with Dr. Liana Machado

Welcome to Season Three!

Drake and Kyle welcome you back to the start of the academic year and introduce the beginning of Season Three!

4 MINSEP 12
Comments
Welcome to Season Three!

Crisis Alert! Replicability in Science with Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel

In Episode 11 we are joined by Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel from the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences at KU Leuven to discuss the crisis of confidence in the scientific community. Wolf shares with us how statistics and scientific replication has lead to a crisis of confidence in scientific research, and what this means for scientists, journalists, and the general public.

50 MINJUN 29
Comments
Crisis Alert! Replicability in Science with Dr. Wolf Vanpaemel

Digging Through the Past: The Archaeology of Culture Change with Ellie Gooderham

EIn Episode Ten of Season Two we are joined by Ellie Gooderham from the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University to chat how cultural changes affect juvenile development and health. Ellie shares with us how the social, cultural, and physical environments affect population stress, and how these periods of stress impacted juvenile development in Portugal from the 8th to 16th centuries.

47 MINJUN 7
Comments
Digging Through the Past: The Archaeology of Culture Change with Ellie Gooderham

Food for Thought: Sustainability in Food guidelines with Rachel Mazac

In Episode Nine of Season Two we are joined by Rachel Mazac from the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems to discuss sustainability in the development of food-based dietary guidelines. Rachel shares with us how governments and health agencies are incorporating food sustainability into dietary guidelines and how nutrition, health, and the environment are inextricably intertwined.

48 MINMAY 25
Comments
Food for Thought: Sustainability in Food guidelines with Rachel Mazac

Tech Support and Science with Matt Smith

In Episode Eight of Season Two we are joined by Matt Smith, the Information Technology Manager and Technical Analyst at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Psychology, to chat about the role of information technologists in research. Matt explains how information technologists can work with researchers to empower, drive, and manage research projects.

48 MINMAY 11
Comments
Tech Support and Science with Matt Smith
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