Hidden Brain

Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.

https://hiddenbrain.org/

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Quick Take: Paris Climate Summit


Here's what you need you know about the big climate summit world leaders are holding in Paris over the next two weeks. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House Correspondent; Scott Detrow, campaign reporter; Nell Greenfieldboyce, Correspondent with NPR's Science desk. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-28  12m
 
 

Quick Take: Campaign Apps


Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz has an app. And he's not the only one. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Scott Detrow, campaign reporter; Amita Kelly, digital editor. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-27  31m
 
 

Weekly Roundup: Tuesday, November 24


In this special Thanksgiving edition of the weekly roundup, the NPR Politics team swaps stories of when Thanksgiving and politics intersect. Plus in political news: President Obama's meeting with French President Francois Hollande, Donald Trump's heated rhetoric about Muslims and Syrian refugees, and what Muslim Americans are feeling in the middle of it all. This episode: campaign reporters Sam Sanders, Asma Khalid, and Sarah McCammon, and political editor Domenico Montanaro...


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 2015-11-25  31m
 
 

Episode 10: Thanksgiving


The holidays are all about generousity, gratitude, and spending time with the people we love. But we all know the whole "spending time with the people we love" part has its challenges. Hidden Brain is here to help — with science-based tips to give you a happier holiday.


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 2015-11-24  19m
 
 

Weekly Roundup: Friday, November 20


This week: The Paris attacks put national security, immigration — even how we talk about tragedy on Facebook — in the spotlight. Plus what the NPR Politics team just 'can't let go' this week. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent, Scott Detrow, political and technology reporter, and Sam Sanders, campaign reporter. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-21  22m
 
 

Quick Take: Candidate Books


If you're running for President, a campaign book is practically a requirement. But why? And what do they actually reveal? This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Danielle Kurtzleben, digital political reporter; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-18  11m
 
 

Quick Take: Paris Terror Attacks


The politics and policy ramifications of the November 14 terrorist attacks in Paris. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Scott Horsley, White House correspondent; Mara Liasson, national political correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-17  n/a
 
 

Episode 9: Aziz Ansari on Modern Love


Hidden Brain host Shankar Vedantam talks to comedian Aziz Ansari — star of a new Netflix show and coauthor of Modern Romance — about Tinder, texting and how dating is a bit like... buying jam.


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 2015-11-17  27m
 
 

Quick Take: The Battle for Control of the GOP


What does it mean to be a Republican today? The GOP's presidential candidates are fighting to answer that question. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Domenico Montanaro, Washington desk editor; Mara Liasson, National Political Correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-14  17m
 
 

Quick Take: Bernie Sanders and Socialism


To many voters, socialism is a dirty word. Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders wants to change that. Plus, what he could learn from Ronald Reagan about how to do it. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Danielle Kurtzleben, digital political reporter; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-11-14  11m