Mindset Neuroscience Podcast

Mindset Neuroscience Podcast


Latest Episodes

Season 3 Episode 5: Why social rejection is so scary – the science of communication, maturity and purpose
September 20, 2022

"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” * ― Leo Tolstoy   Listen on Blubrry Listen on Spotify Listen on Apple Podcasts We are in the most interconnected period

Season 3 Episode 4: Embodied Cognition and Learning: My Interview with Sheila Macrine and Jennifer Fugate
August 10, 2022

Learning is a gateway to power and freedom Learning increases our degrees of freedom by giving us new ways to move, communicate and adapt to challenges and capitalize on opportunities.   Listen on Blu

Season 3 Ep 3: The socio-biomechanics of resilience, trust and flow
July 12, 2022

“Once again, the world seems to be less about objects than about interactive relationships.” ― Carlo Rovelli, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics   Studying human brains while a person is immobile and alon

Season 3 Episode 2 – Interview with Jason Knight: Natural Intelligence and Embodied Mindsets
June 15, 2022

To update our algorithms and enhance our brain functioning, there is one key thing we can do: Intentionally add experiences into our weekly routine that engage our sensory-motor systems in ways that a

Season 3 Episode 1 – Biomechanics of Human Communication and Social Intelligence
April 26, 2022

In this episode, I explore: - -the difference between our autonomic and somatic nervous systems and why knowing the difference gives us power to change -biomechanisms we use to protect or defend ourse

Season 2 Episode 12 – Moral Injury, Forgiveness and Cognitive Flexibility
February 22, 2022

What is moral injury, and how can we use it as a path to cognitive flexibility, sense of purpose and forgiveness? - In this episode, we explore the following: - - what is moral injury - what is morali

Season 2 Episode 11 – The Neuroscience of Attachment and Emotion Regulation
December 22, 2021

Attachment theory is not a 'theory'.. it's a part of our neurophysiological operating system Attachment is a way of seeking proximity to an attachment figure.  It’s a biobehavioral adaptation that hel

Moral Injury Part 1: Residue from the Past
December 22, 2021

“The residues of the past and the content of the future tend to be formulated, constructed, and reconstructed in terms of that [traumatic] experience”   (Dowling, 1986)   Every aspect of our cellular

The science of habit change + my podcast interview with Heidi Sawyer
November 30, 2021

Many of us don’t realize how many of our behaviors are automated. We need a certain amount of this automation to free up cognitive processing energy to learn new things, try new behaviors and deal ada

Season 2 Episode 10 – The Science of Feeling Understood
October 19, 2021

Have you ever had the experience of feeling like someone really ‘gets you’?   This can take various forms - like being able to share what’s on our mind and the other person holding space for us to exp