Your Questions Answered: Kevin Cokley on the Imposter Phenomenon Hidden Brain

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Many of us have moments in our lives where we feel like we don’t belong, even though we have the skills or credentials required to succeed. Psychologist Kevin Cokley describes this feeling as the “imposter phenomenon.” We recently featured his work in an episode called “Success 2.0: The Psychology of Self-Doubt,” and he joins us again, exclusively on Hidden Brain+, to answer listener questions.

If you know someone who would enjoy Hidden Brain+, please tell them about this episode, and encourage them to subscribe to our podcast subscription in this feed or at apple.co/hiddenbrain. Thanks!

Many of us have moments in our lives where we feel like we don’t belong, even though we have the skills or credentials required to succeed. Psychologist Kevin Cokley describes this feeling as the “imposter phenomenon.” We recently featured his work in an episode called “Success 2.0: The Psychology of Self-Doubt,” and he joins us again, exclusively on Hidden Brain+, to answer listener questions.

If you know someone who would enjoy Hidden Brain+, please tell them about this episode, and encourage them to subscribe to our podcast subscription in this feed or at apple.co/hiddenbrain. Thanks!