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Aaron, Joe, and occasional guests discuss being a human in our complicated world.

Latest Episodes

Curious Exploration 8: The Role of Implicit Bias

Aaron, Joe, and Sydney return to discuss the roles of implicit and explicit bias in the American landscape. We begin by discussing the IAT, an online measure of implicit assumption that may not be as reliable or valid as it initially seemed to be. Then, Joe and Sydney discuss their experience at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

--2017 DEC 12
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Curious Exploration 8: The Role of Implicit Bias

Curious Exploration 7: The Peer Review Revolution

Aaron and Joe are back to discuss The New York Times' recent article, When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy. The conversation explores statistical "p-hacking," the peer review system, and the face that all of your favorite science may be a lie (except for growth mindset, we need something to hold onto).When the Revolution Came for Amy CuddyPower PosesOur P-Hacking EpisodeData Colada: Thinking about EvidenceGrowth MindsetGoogle’s Moonshot LabThe Atlantic’s Inside X: Google’s Moonshot FactoryMusic credits: The Mountain Goats.

--2017 NOV 4
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Curious Exploration 7: The Peer Review Revolution

Curious Exploration 6: The 5-Second Rule

You can't throw a stone without hitting a motivational speaker or a life coach touting simple ways to improve your life. One of these life coaches has quite a few views on her TED talk about a method she calls the 5-Second Rule. Check out the video and our conversation about it. Sydney brought this one to us, and joins us for the conversation.

--2017 OCT 4
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Curious Exploration 6: The 5-Second Rule

Curious Exploration 5: From Dreams to Nightmares

We welcome Lazaro Silva on this episode, who has direct experience on both the law and direct service side of immigration, to talk about the recent political atmosphere around DACA.

--2017 SEP 19
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Curious Exploration 5: From Dreams to Nightmares

Curious Exploration 4: Transitions

Aaron and Joe have a brief discussion about the various transitions they have been going through. Aaron is settling in Seattle and his new job, while Joe is gearing up to move in with his SO and start a new job.

--2017 SEP 14
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Curious Exploration 4: Transitions

Education Corner 3: The First Day of School

The Education Corner team spends some time reminiscing on our first day of school from the students perspective versus the professional perspective. We weave SEL into our conversation, and also spend some time thinking about our professional goals for the year.

--2017 SEP 4
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Education Corner 3: The First Day of School

Curious Exploration 3: Righteous Rage on Many Sides...

Elise Springuel joins us for this episode where we discuss the surreal nature of the "Free Speech" rallies and counter-protests held in both Charlottesville and Boston (which Elise attended).

--2017 AUG 26
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Curious Exploration 3: Righteous Rage on Many Sides...

Curious Exploration 2: The Cake is a Lie

In this episode we explore the theory of Ego Depletion, and how this culturally entrenched idea has come under suspicion lately of not being as reliable as we once thought. Sydney joins us for this episode.

--2017 AUG 19
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Curious Exploration 2: The Cake is a Lie

Education Corner 2: SEL in School

Aaron recently went to a conference on Social Emotional learning (SEL) in Seattle. He shares some of the insights he gathered from the conference, and we discuss how to bring SEL effectively in the classroom.

--2017 AUG 9
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Education Corner 2: SEL in School

Curious Exploration 1: Positive Disintegration

Joe and Aaron discuss Dubrowski's theory of Positive Disintegration and how it relates to trauma, crises, relationships, and privilege.

--2017 JUL 29
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Curious Exploration 1: Positive Disintegration

Latest Episodes

Curious Exploration 8: The Role of Implicit Bias

Aaron, Joe, and Sydney return to discuss the roles of implicit and explicit bias in the American landscape. We begin by discussing the IAT, an online measure of implicit assumption that may not be as reliable or valid as it initially seemed to be. Then, Joe and Sydney discuss their experience at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

--2017 DEC 12
Comments
Curious Exploration 8: The Role of Implicit Bias

Curious Exploration 7: The Peer Review Revolution

Aaron and Joe are back to discuss The New York Times' recent article, When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy. The conversation explores statistical "p-hacking," the peer review system, and the face that all of your favorite science may be a lie (except for growth mindset, we need something to hold onto).When the Revolution Came for Amy CuddyPower PosesOur P-Hacking EpisodeData Colada: Thinking about EvidenceGrowth MindsetGoogle’s Moonshot LabThe Atlantic’s Inside X: Google’s Moonshot FactoryMusic credits: The Mountain Goats.

--2017 NOV 4
Comments
Curious Exploration 7: The Peer Review Revolution

Curious Exploration 6: The 5-Second Rule

You can't throw a stone without hitting a motivational speaker or a life coach touting simple ways to improve your life. One of these life coaches has quite a few views on her TED talk about a method she calls the 5-Second Rule. Check out the video and our conversation about it. Sydney brought this one to us, and joins us for the conversation.

--2017 OCT 4
Comments
Curious Exploration 6: The 5-Second Rule

Curious Exploration 5: From Dreams to Nightmares

We welcome Lazaro Silva on this episode, who has direct experience on both the law and direct service side of immigration, to talk about the recent political atmosphere around DACA.

--2017 SEP 19
Comments
Curious Exploration 5: From Dreams to Nightmares

Curious Exploration 4: Transitions

Aaron and Joe have a brief discussion about the various transitions they have been going through. Aaron is settling in Seattle and his new job, while Joe is gearing up to move in with his SO and start a new job.

--2017 SEP 14
Comments
Curious Exploration 4: Transitions

Education Corner 3: The First Day of School

The Education Corner team spends some time reminiscing on our first day of school from the students perspective versus the professional perspective. We weave SEL into our conversation, and also spend some time thinking about our professional goals for the year.

--2017 SEP 4
Comments
Education Corner 3: The First Day of School

Curious Exploration 3: Righteous Rage on Many Sides...

Elise Springuel joins us for this episode where we discuss the surreal nature of the "Free Speech" rallies and counter-protests held in both Charlottesville and Boston (which Elise attended).

--2017 AUG 26
Comments
Curious Exploration 3: Righteous Rage on Many Sides...

Curious Exploration 2: The Cake is a Lie

In this episode we explore the theory of Ego Depletion, and how this culturally entrenched idea has come under suspicion lately of not being as reliable as we once thought. Sydney joins us for this episode.

--2017 AUG 19
Comments
Curious Exploration 2: The Cake is a Lie

Education Corner 2: SEL in School

Aaron recently went to a conference on Social Emotional learning (SEL) in Seattle. He shares some of the insights he gathered from the conference, and we discuss how to bring SEL effectively in the classroom.

--2017 AUG 9
Comments
Education Corner 2: SEL in School

Curious Exploration 1: Positive Disintegration

Joe and Aaron discuss Dubrowski's theory of Positive Disintegration and how it relates to trauma, crises, relationships, and privilege.

--2017 JUL 29
Comments
Curious Exploration 1: Positive Disintegration
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