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Episode 26: Taking a Hiatus

 

Text/Script:

“Hello, hello, hello . . . anyone out there?” I know I do have some listeners, and for you all I now come to your eardrum with this notice: I have decided to take a hiatus from this podcast.  The primary reason: I’ve got more pressing projects I need to put the time into. I do enjoy podcasting, so I’m confident at some point I will be back at it.  Whether or not I resurrect Calling Doctor Freud, I’m currently uncertain. If you have any thoughts about the podcast, I’d love to hear them.  To do so, please go to the page “About Me.”

Thanks for listening.  And here’s to skepticism, self-knowledge, and ­transcending the belief in gods. Andrew Bernardin, signing out.

Episode 25: The Complexities of Intelligence

 

Features (& reference links, when applicable):

1. Freshly Baked Psychology News

Fast Food, Slow Mind?

2. Slightly Moldy Psychology News

Higher IQ Linked to Higher Drug Use

3. The Heretics Corner

> Satan’s PhD

4. Rationality Super-Sized

Testing the Tests of Bias in IQ Tests

5. The Ongoing Orgy Called Evolution

Evolution and the Inevitability of Intelligence

6. Armchair Ruminations

> High IQ and Advanced Rationalizing

American Mensa

Creative excuses: Original thinkers more likely to cheat

7. Crime Blotter of the Language Police

> Stupid Headlines Department – The Intelligence of Tumors

 

Episode 22: Men Are Not Idiots; But They Are Relatively Expendable

 

Features (& reference links, when applicable):

1. Freshly Baked Psychology News

> On Risk-Taking and Male Idiocy

Study supports the theory that men are idiots

Male Idiot Theory

The Darwin Awards: sex differences in idiotic behaviour

2. Slightly Moldy Psychology News

> Spanked by a Female in Sports

Men are from Mars Earth, women are from Venus Earth

3. The Heretics Corner

> My Computer’s Soul

4. Rationality Super-Sized

> Hunch-Based Medicine

Science-Based Medicine

5. The Ongoing Orgy Called Evolution

> Obesity on the Rise in Horses

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6. Armchair Ruminations

> You’ve Got Avogadro’s Eyes

Vision Explained: Scientists Finally Capture Elusive Signaling Device Our Retinas Use To Tell Us What We See

7. Crime Blotter of the Language Police

> A Copyright on Laughter

Body’s Response to Repetitive Laughter Is Similar to the Effect of Repetitive Exercise. Study Finds