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We're Only Human

Wray Herbert

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We're Only Human
We're Only Human

We're Only Human

Wray Herbert

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We're Only Human is written and recorded by Wray Herbert for the Association for Psychological Science. For more insights into the quirks of human nature, visit the blog at www.psychologicalscience.org/onlyhuman.

Latest Episodes

You've Got to Feel the Zero

Most of us pay small prices in hopes for a big pay off in the future. It could be amassing college debt or sacrificing sleep to hit the gym. But not everyone is as focused on the future as gym rats and students. How can some of us see a particular tradeoff as advantageous, while others of us see precisely the same deal as foolish?

5 MIN2018 OCT 23
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You've Got to Feel the Zero

Neurons of Recovery

Everyone makes mistakes but not everyone learns from them. New research looks at two regions of the brain responsible for recognizing mistakes and helping us correct them. It turns out that that some peoples brains are more vigilant than others.

5 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Neurons of Recovery

Primed for Ripeness

Fresh. Young. Ripe. What do those words bring to mind? For most people, the image is a pleasant one. New psychological research argues that we have an innate preference for living things in their peak, and the reason extends as far back as our earliest ancestors.

7 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Primed for Ripeness

Latest Episodes

You've Got to Feel the Zero

Most of us pay small prices in hopes for a big pay off in the future. It could be amassing college debt or sacrificing sleep to hit the gym. But not everyone is as focused on the future as gym rats and students. How can some of us see a particular tradeoff as advantageous, while others of us see precisely the same deal as foolish?

5 MIN2018 OCT 23
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You've Got to Feel the Zero

Neurons of Recovery

Everyone makes mistakes but not everyone learns from them. New research looks at two regions of the brain responsible for recognizing mistakes and helping us correct them. It turns out that that some peoples brains are more vigilant than others.

5 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Neurons of Recovery

Primed for Ripeness

Fresh. Young. Ripe. What do those words bring to mind? For most people, the image is a pleasant one. New psychological research argues that we have an innate preference for living things in their peak, and the reason extends as far back as our earliest ancestors.

7 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Primed for Ripeness

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