Ep. 101 The Psychology of Stupid: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things
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Ep. 101 The Psychology of Stupid: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things

Ep. 101 The Psychology of Stupid: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things

Why do smart people do dumb things? Recording this podcast the morning after Halloween inspired a conversation about how regretting decisions. This episode will discuss the psychology of stupid moments, regret, embarrassing memories and why even the smartest people, like our Shrinks, are susceptible to doing dumb things. Throughout this episode of the Shrink Tank Podcast, our panel of Shrinks bare their most embarrassing moments.

In our Being Human segment, we discuss the findings of what experts know about men who commit sexual assault and rape. This opens up to a larger conversation regarding Harvey Weinstein, consent, abusing power and even the #MeToo Movement.



Join our Shrink Tank podcast contributors Dave Verhaagen, Emma Kate Wright, Frank Gaskill and Jonathan Hetterly as they discuss this week’s trending topic.

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