Technology and Aging

Logo for HumanTech podcastWhat’s true and what’s myth about getting old and using technology? In this HumanTech podcast we talk about the research on older people using technology.

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

Reading Is Weird

Logo for HumanTech podcastWe are born with the capability to speak, but not the capability to read. In this HumanTech podcast we look at the research on how the brain  “steals” resources in order to learn to read.

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

Brexit, Tech, Globalization

Logo for HumanTech podcastThe Brexit vote in the  UK — In this HumanTech podcast we explore the possible connections among Brexit type votes, technology, and trends in globalization.

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

Hack Your Brain, Part 2

Logo for HumanTech podcastThis is Part 2 of two episodes of the HumanTech podcast where we explore how you (or others!) can hack your brain. Your brain is more flexible than you may think. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on who is trying to hack it!

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

Hack Your Brain, Part 1

Logo for HumanTech podcastYour brain is more flexible than you may think. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on who is trying to hack it! This is Part 1 of two episodes of the HumanTech podcast where we explore how you (or others!) can hack your brain.

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

The Science Of Decisions

Logo for HumanTech podcastHow we really make our decisions may surprise you. In this HumanTech podcast we explore the newest research on decision-making.

HumanTech is a podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.

The Ethics Of Persuasion — A Conversation with Nathalie Nahai

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For this HumanTech podcast episode, Nathalie Nahai from the UK joins us for a conversation about whether and when it is ethical to use persuasion techniques in our apps and our websites to get people to take certain actions.

Listen to the podcast and also check out Nathalie’s book: Webs Of Influence.

HumanTech is a podcast that explores the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology. Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains.

You can subscribe to the HumanTech podcast through iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts.