Yang Speaks | 8 March 2021 | 0h 53m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Scott Barry Kaufman, the author of Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization. Discusses his journey from a special education program, how schools reward behavioural conformity and specific intelligence traits, his “Dual-Process of Human Intelligence”, creativity research, and redefining Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
Meta Quest | 22 April 2020 | 0h 59m | Listen Later | iTunes
Jim Flynn has died at 86 (Stuff obituary). This 2020 interview discusses his life and work, covering subculture and its link to intelligence; the Flynn Effect; scientific censorship; intelligence selection pressure; his recent book, A Book Too Risky to Publish; Charles Murray; Arthur Jensen; Thomas Sowell; and more.
The Psychology Podcast | 25 June 2020 | 1h 15m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Richard Haier about his work researching the structural and functional neuroanatomy of intelligence using neuroimaging. Covers evidence for the role of genetics, neuroimaging, IQ tests, and potential of, but the difficulty of increasing intelligence. Draws on ideas from The Neuroscience of Intelligence.
The Book Club | 24 October 2018 | 0h 35m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with behavioural geneticist Robert Plomin about his book Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are, in which he argues that it’s not only height and weight and skin colour that are heritable, but intelligence, TV-watching habits and the likelihood of getting divorced. Also discusses the risks of publishing the book, race and eugenics, and implications for the future of our data and medical care.
Rationally Speaking | 22 July 2018 | 1h 06m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Professor Dean Simonton, who has spent his life quantitatively studying geniuses, from Einstein to Mozart.
The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast | 4 June 2018 | 1h 25m | Listen Later | iTunes
Discussion with Richard Haier about the ideas in his book The Neuroscience of Intelligence. Covers the history of the politically-charged debate about intelligence. Research points to genetics playing a more important role than environment as intelligence develops from childhood. Intelligence test scores correspond strongly to specific features of the brain assessed with neuroimaging.