#46 Testosterone

January 1, 2022 admin 0

Jim interviews Carole Hooven, Harvard evolutionary biologist and author of the new book T: The Story of Testosterone, the Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us. […]

#45 Seasonal Affective Disorder

December 1, 2021 admin 0

Jim interviews Kim about the phenomenon known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Why do searches for “depression” peak in November and February? What kinds of […]

#44 Free Will

November 1, 2021 admin 0

What is free will? Can humans make conscious decisions? What does the scientific evidence tell us about the existence of free will? Find out on […]

#43 Right Brain / Left Brain

October 1, 2021 admin 0

The idea of brain lateralization has attained a high degree of popularity in culture. People will often refer to themselves as being “right brained” or […]

#42 Conspiracy Theories

September 1, 2021 admin 0

Kim interviews Jim about conspiracy theories. What makes conspiracy theories so appealing? What is the relationship between scientific literacy and the likelihood that someone will […]

Alien Abduction

August 1, 2021 admin 0

Is there a scientific explanation for the alien abduction phenomenon? Is there a link between nocturnal alien visitations and the many similar stories that have […]


July 1, 2021 admin 0

Dr. Jim Davies and Dr. Kim Hellemans interview two experts on the topic of concussions, Andree-Anne Ledoux, a Research Associate at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario […]

#41 Talking

June 1, 2021 admin 0

Dr, Jim Davies interviews Dr. Iva Ivanova about the psychology of talking. Do different languages change the way we formulate meaning? What is syntax and how […]

#40 Neurodiversity

May 1, 2021 admin 0

Dr. Kim Hellemans discuses neurodiversity with Tara Connolly, Patricia Berube and Kait Bowser. What is neurodiversity? Why is it important to recognize neurodiversity in higher education? How […]