12 episodes

In today’s society, we tend to hone our expertise in a given field into what could be called "vertical intelligence." The Mensa Education & Research Foundation’s podcast series, Conversations with Mensa, gives us all the opportunity to expand our social intelligence by examining a multitude of topics, thus enhancing our intelligence "horizontally."

Conversations with Mensa covers facets of intelligence as seen through the Mensa Foundation's programs, the Mensa Research Journal and Mensa Colloquiums. It shares new ideas from Mensa members and recognized experts, presenting these insights to the general public in an easy-to-use format. Topics are as wide-ranging as the psychology of poker, ADD and current issues in cosmology.

For more information on the Mensa Foundation or Conversations with Mensa, please visit www.mensafoundation.org.

Conversations with Mensa Mensa Education & Research Foundation

    • Education
    • 4.0, 8 Ratings

In today’s society, we tend to hone our expertise in a given field into what could be called "vertical intelligence." The Mensa Education & Research Foundation’s podcast series, Conversations with Mensa, gives us all the opportunity to expand our social intelligence by examining a multitude of topics, thus enhancing our intelligence "horizontally."

Conversations with Mensa covers facets of intelligence as seen through the Mensa Foundation's programs, the Mensa Research Journal and Mensa Colloquiums. It shares new ideas from Mensa members and recognized experts, presenting these insights to the general public in an easy-to-use format. Topics are as wide-ranging as the psychology of poker, ADD and current issues in cosmology.

For more information on the Mensa Foundation or Conversations with Mensa, please visit www.mensafoundation.org.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

scotch62 ,

Should be better.

You would think that a showing of a collection of the brightest minds would be an unbelievable podcast. Well you'd be wrong.
Terrible sound quality.
Unfocused editing.
Surprisingly unprofessional.
Will give one or two more episodes a try but don't have my hopes up.

Lyndon Moors ,

Poor audio quality hurts podcast

While the fact that Mensa produces its own series of educational podcasts is excellent, the result is the worst audio experience of any podcast I listen to. The host, whose monochromatic voice is definitely not suited for radio, throws the body of the podcast over to a remote interviewer who then interviews the subject by telephone! In the age of decent, affordable, stereo mics and reliable remote audio capture software, this seems like a totally unnecessary compromise.

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