Stories, science and secrets from the world’s brightest thought-leaders. Behavioral Grooves is the podcast that satisfies your curiosity of why we do what we do. Explanations of human behavior that will improve your relationships, your wellbeing, and your organization by helping you find your groove.
How Do Incentives Actually Impact Motivation? | Dr Indranil Goswami PhD
Incentives can improve motivation. But what actually happens when the incentive is removed? An influential body of research previously suggested that extrinsic rewards have a negative impact on intrinsic motivation. However, more recent studies show this not to be the case over the long term. Our guest, Dr Indranil Goswami PhD, talks us through the longer term effects of temporary incentives and the implications for motivating behavior change.
Groove Track: Cab Driver Study
Why can’t you find a New York cab on a rainy day? Well, Kurt and Tim explore that question by taking a deep dive into one of the classic studies in behavioral science in this fun Groove Track!
Can You Really Love Things As Much As People? With Aaron Ahuvia
Love connects us to things in a deep way. But when we say we love our car, or we love our favorite beach, or we love our children, the love we express for each of those things is very different. So can we really love things as much as we love people?
The Loss of Common Sense: How To Gain A Little Perspective | Martin Lindstrom
Disembarking people from a plane, row by row during the height of COVID, but then cramming all the passengers into a bus to the terminal…where is the common sense in that? Best selling author Martin Lindstrom laments that we are drowning in bureaucracy and that technology is contributing to the death of common sense in society.
Groove Track | Mind Over Milkshakes: Why Expectations Matter A Lot
A deep dive into the 2011 paper “Mind Over Milkshakes: Mindsets, Not Just Nutrients, Determine Ghrelin Response.” This quick, fun, deep-dive will provide you with a greater understanding of this psychological phenomenon and highlight what it means for how we think about marketing, leadership, and our experience with products.
Trust Your Gut? Only If The Data Supports It | Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
When making big decisions, people often go with what feels right - who we marry, where we live, what career we pursue. We base these decisions on our gut instinct. But what if our gut is biased, misinformed or quite simply wrong?
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