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This podcast features conversations with behavior analysts, researchers and academics working in the field of Positive Behaviour Support, ABA, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and other areas of behavior analysis. We discuss topics including autism and autistics, trauma-informed supports, diversity, functional assessment, person centred planning, consent and so much more! Listeners can earn BACB Learning CEUs for each episode.
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
A podcast for parents and professionals supporting Neuro-diverse children and young people, focusing mainly on those with Neurodivergence such as being Autistic and having Attention differences. Host Sam Harris has been supporting Neurodivergent children and young people and there families for 15 years and his training courses and support to families over the years has been highly acclaimed. He believes that the best way to understand and learn about Neurodiversity, is to meet different peop ...
 
Are you a teacher, a SENCo or a school leader? Want research-backed strategies for supporting students who find it hard to manage their emotions or behaviour? Want practical ways of supporting pupils with special needs like autism, ADHD, FASD or attachment disorder? Want tried-and-tested classroom management strategies that will work with that ‘tricky class’? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the School Behaviour Secrets podcast where we’ll answer ALL these questions and so much mor ...
 
The Positive Behaviour Podcast brings to you some of the most practical applications of positive psychology and ways to develop positive behaviour. Vinesh Sukumaran, who is a Positive Psychologist and the author of the book From Behaviour To Wellbeing shares his insights through every episode of this podcast. It combines cutting edge research in positive psychology with Vinesh's real-world experience as a Forbes Coaches Council Member and a sought-after consultant in the areas of Organizatio ...
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
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Follow along Daria Dolgodvorova and Ksenia Burenko, two girls in their late twenties trying to balance it all while disrupting the concept of being "on her best behaviour" and acting "lady like". Tune in every Wednesday to hear discussions on career, side hustles, friendships and, of course, relationships. Find us on Instagram @onherbestbehaviour for more fun and inspiring content.
 
Our behaviours, our actions and intentions shape our lives. This podcast is a humble attempt to document my learnings about human behaviours that forge success as I embark on starting my own business. Cover art photo provided by Hannah Gibbs on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@hannahmgibbs
 
Challenging Behaviours is a podcast where Jack, Tom and occasionally Adam aim to challenge behaviours towards disability. The fellas have a wide range of different experience, and talk over a wide range of subjects. www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com You can tweet us @challengingpod or Tom @rapidrhyno123 or Jack @waspskillbears you can email us at challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Hello and welcome to The Behaviour Project, a podcast where we explore ideas to help you make better choices and decisions at work. I'm your host Shyam Sadasivan. I am a Behaviour Science geek, and a passionate curator of stories of people doing what they love. In this podcast, I talk about real life experiences in changing human behaviour, connect to learnings from academic research, and offer you practical actions you may consider for yourself. For more information or to get in touch with ...
 
Welcome to the AdvantEdge podcast, I’m thrilled that you’ve joined me here as I share Trivia, Tips, Troubles and Tales guiding you in the art and behavioural neuroscience to UnStuck your True Potential in expert leadership so that you can have joy@work and your team has purposeful unity of cohesion and effort.
 
Podcast Channel Description: Hi there, welcome to the relaunched version of my podcast, "Pooja what is this behaviour?" named after your favourite worldwide viral meme. This time I have joined forces with hubhopper to make the most of the intimate medium of audio. Together we are making this podcast, 'bigger','better','bolder'.From personal stories, to intriguing conversations with fans and celebrities, to doling out advice for my listeners, I am going to cover the whole spectrum in my podca ...
 
An interview with Dr. Maxine Reardon-DeButte, Associate Professor of Psychology at West Texas A&M University. Dr. DeButte holds a doctorate in psychology & neuroscience and teaches on various topics within these areas.Dr. DeButte is with us today to see if we can uncover what is underneath this escalating issue facing society worldwide with our teen deaths due to drug overdoses.
 
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In this episode of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast, Sarah and Merle chat with Jesal Sheth as part of the "Early Career Behavioural Researcher" series. We discuss Jesal's path onto doing the PhD, going back into Industry and then back into doing an industry-focused postdoc. Sometimes you can have the best of both worlds! Finding Jesal:Linkedin: ht…
 
Looking for a different approach to help pupils manage their emotions and stress? That's easy for students to access... and doesn't rely on them sitting still and focussing for long periods, like meditation or mindfulness? In this episode, Deborah Miller unlocks the secrets of EFT Tapping, a simple technique for helping children get back on top of …
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Dr. Darren Bowring, a researcher at the University of Warwick in the UK. Dr. Bowring’s research focuses on updating the causal model of behaviour, designing community-based PBS specialist teams and the overprescribing of medications to people with intellectual disabilities. Continuing Education Units - This episode c…
 
This highly effective technique harnesses the power of “loss aversion” to help you reach your goals Probably the only research paper I’ll ever call “delicious” is one called, “A Tale of Two Pizzas.” In the study, researchers offered one group of people plain pizzas, plus the option to add ingredients for an additional charge. To a second group, the…
 
Sharkie Zartman has a successful life of fitness. From being a high level athlete, a fitness instructor, a professor, to also being the author of 9 books. She has so much insight on the topic of fitness. in this episode we dig into all things fitness and talk about her new book ‘Win at Aging’. You can find Sharkie here:…
 
Around a year ago I was made aware of a research paper and the work of a fantastic Autistic advocate, author and researcher by the name of Kieran Rose. Some of the connections his paper helped me make around the Autistic experience of masking where truly game changing for me. It helped me understand how stigma and prejudice around what is 'normal' …
 
In this episode of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast, Sarah and Merle interview Fadi Makki about his work in the Middle East. They discuss the founding of the Citizen's Lab, Nudge Lebanon, work on psychological inoculation, combatting traffic violations as well as violent extremism and glass recycling. All wrapped up in a neat little packet you can…
 
Clients with both an intellectual disability and mental health diagnosis are among the most vulnerable members of our society; however, these clients often face significant barriers with respect to accessing services for a number of complex reasons. Dr. Philip Grandia, C. Psych joins us for an in-depth discussion of working with clients with an int…
 
In recent years, more and more technologies like interactive whiteboards have been enthusiastically introduced into classrooms. But has the impact on classroom engagement been wholly positive? In this episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we explore whether interactive whiteboards (IWBs) are a positive force for classroom behaviour... or whether the…
 
A pinky promise is a surefire way to make you do what you say you’ll do. People have a long history of breaking promises, to themselves and to others. It’s not lying, per se—rather, it’s a lack of follow-through. We say we’re going to exercise four times a week, or finish that big project, or finally write that blog post, or whatever. But when it c…
 
In today's episode of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast, Sarah and Merle talk to Steve Shu about his decision to transition from his successful career in Behavioural Science consultancy to do a PhD (successfully!). We talk about the social and professional capital the PhD has afforded Steve, the non-overlaps between the work of a consultant and an …
 
Bullying is an issue that affects many pupils. But once the immediate issue of bullying has been dealt with, how do you help victims overcome the emotional impact of what has happened to them? Bradley Davis, who is dedicated to supporting pupils with emotional and mental health issues, talks about his own experiences of bullying as a student - and …
 
From Homer to Franzen, productive people lean on precommitments as a proven way to stick to their goals. Famed director Quentin Tarantino “never use[s] a typewriter or computer.” He prefers to write screenplays by hand in a notebook. These methods may seem extreme, but desperate times call for desperate measures. These luminaries understand that fo…
 
In this episode of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast, Sarah and Merle interview Joseph (Joe) Sweeney, the Director of the Alliance for Decision Education on their work in teaching kids behavioural science, and the benefits of it. The talk becomes a wild ride with mentions of the dot.com bubble, fantasy league football and Shakespeare! Can't miss th…
 
Conversations around the conceptualization, development & implementation of diagnostic frameworks around mental illness often generate more questions than answers, but are endlessly fascinating in their ability to pull on a number of diverse & interesting threads of inquiry. Clinical psychologist, professor & former president of the Canadian Associ…
 
So many people are looking to lead a passionate life, but they don’t know how to create it. In this episode I share how you can transition from what you are doing to doing the thing you love. I also share what you need to be aware of that can work against you.由Bevan James Eyles
 
Most of us invest more time learning to drive than learning to parent - and parenting programmes are full of valuable ideas and strategies. But why do they have such a high failure rate in schools? In today's episode, we look at the factors that drag down the success of parenting courses, and explore what can be done to make the programmes offered …
 
This episode includes two conversations with Ontario Autism Coalition directors, Michau Van Speyk and Philip Lerner. Michau and Phil share their perspectives on advocating for better services for autistic people in Ontario as well as some of their personal experiences from an autistic lens. Continuing Education Units - This episode counts as 1.0 BA…
 
I am joined in this episode by Linara Tyler, Autistic and PDA Self-Advocate, Relationship Consultant & Mentor. Linara is someone I have bene fortunate enough to run some webinars with and her area of focus is in Attachment styles and how understanding them can play a helpful part in improving your relationships. In this episode, Linara shared some …
 
Contrary to the “ego depletion” theory, willpower is not a depletable resource if you know how to use it wisely. It’s common to hear people complain about feeling “burned out” or “spent” these days. However, these terms conjure a completely incorrect view of willpower–based on a theory psychologists call “ego depletion.” You can read the NirAndFar …
 
In this episode of the Questioning Behaviour Podcast, Sarah and Merle chat with Margaret as part of the "Early Career Behavioural Researcher" series. We discuss Margaret's research topic: children and finance, as well as her journey into the PhD, into a post-doc and her approach to dealing with uncertainty, which the academic world is riddled with!…
 
While most psychotherapists identify with one predominant theoretical orientation, in practice it is common for clinicians to adopt an "eclectic" approach that aligns with the varied lens/interests a clinician might hold as well as to meet the varied needs of clients. Consultant, coach, author and podcast host, Imi Lo, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly for…
 
Looking for a way to boost student behaviour at lunchtimes - and increase their social skills as well - in a way that's immediate and engaging? Therese Hoyle is one of the UK's leading trainers on improving playtime and lunchtime behaviour. In this episode, she reveals the secrets of using playground games to dramatically improve the quality of pla…
 
I am joined by Author, Advocate, parent of 3 Autistic children and Autistic adult Jodie Isitt. Jodie is also the creator of the Nurture programme, an online programme for parents of Neurodivergent children and young people. In this episode, Jodie talks to me about her own diagnosis and reflects on how it impacted her childhood and in school. She sh…
 
Nir’s Note: Author, speaker, and host of “The Hive Podcast,” Nathalie Nahai’s work explores the intersection between persuasive technology, ethics, and the psychology of online behavior. Following her best-selling book, Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion, Nathalie’s next book, Business Unusual: Values, Uncertainty and the Psycho…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle speak with Leigh Caldwell (Founding Partner of Irrational Agency and author of The Psychology of Price) about the existence of a System 3 within a dual systems model of thinking... What follows is an interesting discussion on the purpose and utilities of models and the evidence for an "imagination" sys…
 
Dreams have long been a source of fascination, mystery & intrigue, yet there is now an abundance of scientific evidence to shed light on the origins, nature, and purpose of this captivating aspect of the human experience. Sleep neuroscientist Dr. Sidarta Ribeiro, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth consideration of many of the themes…
 
This week I have an interview with top personal trainer Natacha Sanguinetti. She shares her insight on working with young females, how to be successful with exercise, and how to look after your mental health. You can follow Natacha here.由Bevan James Eyles
 
Developing empathy is a key skill our students need to function in school. It helps them bond with their peers, work as part of a group and function successfully in the classroom. But what do we actually mean by empathy - and how do we help our pupils develop it? In this episode, we look at the different layers of empathy, how theory of mind (and p…
 
Nir’s Note: Entrepreneur, speaker and consultant, Dorie Clark is a recognized leader in the field of executive education, a topic she teaches at Duke University Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School. She has developed over 20 LinkedIn Learning courses on executive education, viewed by hundreds of thousands of subscribers. Dorie is t…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle chat with Victoria Valle Lara as part of our "Early Career Behavioural Researcher" series. We discuss life on the PhD and Victoria's experiences transitioning from the PhD into consultancy. Victoria is a senior behavioural economist at Allianz and completed her PhD in Economics in 2019 from HEC Lausann…
 
While many parenting books and websites emphasize the critical role of the parent in influencing a child's behaviour, it is frequently overlooked that all children possess a genetically driven temperament which exerts a powerful influence not only on the child's behaviour, but on the behaviour of their parents. Dr. Danielle Dick, joins us for a dis…
 
Many kids experience difficulties managing strong emotions, whether those emotions are related to anger, anxiety or something else. And often, that lack of regulation spills over into challenging behaviour, or gets in the way of their learning. In this week's interview, we speak to Leah Kuypers, author and creator of the Zones Of Regulation. She sh…
 
On this episode we talk to Ashley & Becca from Kids Are Weird Podcast. We chat about their long-lasting friendship, pregnancies and being moms to two beautiful girls. Ash & Bec are super funny and RELATABLE. They don't pretend to know it all or to be experts but speak from their personal experience instead. Find us on Instagram: @onherbestbehaviour…
 
In this episode, Ben sits down with Dr. Kate Gould, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Clinic Lead & Positive Behaviour Service Research Fellow at the Monash-Epworth Rehabilitation Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Gould shares the amazing research her team has been doing with a new model of positive behaviour support called PBS PLUS geared tow…
 
It isn’t easy to start and run a business at any age in life. But here’s someone who got into a family business in his teens and started and ran a couple of others after that. And he’s still not done. All this while having time to do some other things that really mattered to him like learning Salsa and competing in the World Salsa Congress, spendin…
 
When faced with a challenge, where do you find the insight to move your life forward? Last year, over fifteen million books were sold in the self-help genre.1 That doesn’t account for the videos, courses, and workshops that fuel this multibillion-dollar industry. Include business and diet books, and that number balloons to over $1.7 billion spent o…
 
In this episode, Sarah and Merle speak with Saransh Sharma: a behavioural strategist at Final Mile consulting with 6+ years of experience in research and design. We discuss how behavioural science can be used to address some big problems (i.e. sanitation, HIV testing, etc.), the challenges of applying behavioural science without truly understanding…
 
We all go through insecure times in our lives. Unfortunately for many of us we deal with this in ways that make our lives worse off. Ideally we want to get through these time in the healthiest way possible. In this episode I share my approach to healthily dealing with my insecure times.由Bevan James Eyles
 
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of psychotherapists were forced to migrate their practice to teletherapy or secure video. While many have embraced this new mode of practice and have even found enhancements to their delivery of therapy, others are eager to return to the office or adopt a hybrid model. Dr. Hannah Zeavin, author o…
 
If you're working with a child who has difficulty regulating their emotions, over-reacts to situations, or finds it hard to concentrate, then it might be they were affected by early trauma in their life. In this episode, we explore how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) actually change the way the brain functions, resulting in highly anxious or d…
 
You’ve surely heard the protest chant: “What do we want? “[Insert social change here.]” “When do we want it?” “NOW!” But imagine walking by a protest and hearing this: “What do we want?” “We’re not really sure!” “When do we want it?” “Whenever you get around to it is fine! Thank you!” Doesn’t have the same ring to it. You can read the NirAndFar blo…
 
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