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Last Show Recap

In the first half, doctors Hooman Noorchashm and Amy Reed described what happened to Amy after a surgical tool used on her during a routine procedure spread an undetected cancer, and how they discovered the same tragic outcome happens to 1 in 350 women who undergo the procedure.

In the latter half, teacher, archaeologist, and paranormal investigator Jeff Scott Cole talked about the practice of paranormal investigation, as well as his interest and study of archaeological and prehistoric discoveries in North America.

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Douglas Kenrick

Special Guest


Douglas T. Kenrick is author of over 180 scientific articles, books, and book chapters, the majority applying evolutionary ideas to human behavior and thought processes. At a theoretical level, his work integrates three great syntheses of the last few decades: evolutionary psychology, cognitive science, and dynamical systems theory. Much of that work has been funded by NIMH and NSF and has been reported in journals including Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Psychological Review, Perspectives on Psychological Science, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Evolution and Human Behavior.

Kenrick has edited several books on evolutionary psychology, contributed chapters to the Handbook of Social Psychology and the Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology, and been an author of two multi-edition textbooks (Social Psychology: Goals in Interaction, with Steve Neuberg and Bob Cialdini, is now in its 5th edition).



Past Shows:

Human Nature

Ian Punnett was joined by psychology professor Douglas Kenrick for a discussion on how the primitive, animalistic underside of human nature, with its sexual fantasies and homicidal tendencies, has actually given rise to the most positive features of our race. First hour guest, numerologist Glynis McCants talked about the number cycles of people who have fallen from grace, including Anthony... More »

Host: Ian Punnett