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THINK BIGGER, THINK BETTER presents the 21st century’s leading scientists, philosophers, public intellectuals, and business and political leaders as they discuss the most important issues of today. Join your host Paul Gibbons and his guests as they explore themes such as: progress and technology, reason and emotions, ethics and business leadership, science and health, media and society, politics and education, pseudoscience and marketing hype, neuroscience and decision making. To support us on Patreon, go to

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Think wider, think deeper

THINK BIGGER, THIKN BETTER, covers a wide and ecelectic range of subjects with intellectual depth and rigour. There are too many podcast that don't deserve your time, but THINK BIGGER, THIKN BETTER, is a time investment worth making.

Learning styles, Neurobabble, and other Psycholohical Myths

Thanks Paul and Scott for a fabulous discussion around the topics. I’ve read some of the 50 psychological myths and it’s informed my approach to my work in change.
Learnt heaps from the exploration of the psyche. Looking forward to the links and when Scott discovers how to overcome bias!! I guess my question would be what purpose does bias serve? might there be unintended consequences of de-biasing? Thanks Ro Gorell

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