Mindreader is an educational podcast dedicated to discussing the decoding of the human mind through methods such as: nonverbal communication reading, language analysis, cold reading, psychological profiling, mentalism and more. From being more observant, to having a better memory, developing critical thinking skills, improving focus, and improving your ability to read people, Mindreader features discussions on methodologies that enable one to see through the facades that people put up.
Baselines and Deception Detection
Join us in our season one finale where we do a deep dive into the nature of deception detection via nonverbal baselines. We also discuss how you can derive conclusions about people you already know by developing a behavioral baseline on them by observing their patterns over time. Lastly we have a discussion of mindfulness and why it is of extreme importance to both observation and deduction.
Join us on this special edition episode of Mindreader where we do a deep dive into the minds of serial killers and psychopaths, in celebration of the release of season two of the Netflix original Mindhunder.
Jordan Accardo: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQmHBqRMVlyO9zTrKVzDWgw?view_as=subscriber
Logan Porteneir: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzMvqwt21xqm7Fg5Uo3lsRQ
Two YouTubers Ranting
Join us on this pivotal episode of mindreader where we discuss the future of the Art of Deduction, and the frustrations of youtubing in a niche community. Also stay tuned for overviews of Paul Ekman and Chase Hughes and their respective research in the fields of nonverbal communication and social engineering, as well as our studies that we want to conduct.
Memory Madness and Time Management
Join us in this episode where we follow up on our discussions of moral philosophy from episode 4 relating it back to the psychopath problem, and then go on to discuss time management, mechanisms of memory, the utilitarian acquisition of knowledge, the pros and cons of different memory systems, and timeliness.
Guilt by Association: Cultural Based Deductions
In this week’s episode we tackle cultural based deductions and how you have to have a flexible knowledge base that adapts to the times so that you don’t make antiquated associations based on past norms. Given the ever changing nature of our society it is imperative that one has a solid grasp of the underlying psychology of body language, and how people seek acceptance, as well as how that relates to specific cultures in the modern world.
Personalities and Reading People
In this episode of mindreader we go on a deep dive into the relationship between deduction and ethics, define what profiling is, and discuss personality tests and personality metrics. We talk about how body language and physical tells all contribute to your ability to read a person’s personality, and what things in specific to watch out for.
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This podcast is really insightful in the realm of deduction and non verbal communication. The discussions in these episodes are so thought provoking! Love the resources and practices mentioned in these episodes, super helpful to practice with daily. Definitely worth the listen!