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Perception Gaps

By The Christian Science Monitor

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Description

I'm Samantha Laine Perfas, and I'm the host of the “Perception Gaps” podcast. This 10-part series explores different topics in which people's perception, or what they think is true, doesn't actually line up with reality. We call that a perception gap, and our goal is to help highlight areas where this happens so we can better understand the world around us. I hope that you get a lot of value from “Perception Gaps” and share it with your friends! Subscribe to our newsletter and have the podcast delivered directly to your inbox (if you don’t see the signup box, feel free to email podcast@csmonitor.com to sign up). Thanks for joining me on this adventure.Editor's note: Since we have concluded Season 1 of Perception Gaps, you can sign up for the newsletter to stay informed of future seasons. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy these episodes! 

Customer Reviews

Favorite new podcast

Love the concept! The short episode length makes it an easy listen and I still feel leave like I learned something.

Love it!

This is a great concept and really what is needed in today’s polarized environment. Sam is sharp and a great guide on a journey of discovery each episode. I’m looking forward to challenging my own perceptions each week!

Worth listening to

Made me feel smarter. I like how conversational but educational this podcast is.

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