You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart is a celebration of self delusion that explores topics related to cognitive biases, heuristics, and logical fallacies. David McRaney interviews scientists about their research into how the mind works, and then he eats a cookie.
  • 037 - Motivation - Daniel Pink
    Nov 23, '14
  • 036 - The Dunning-Kruger Effect
    Nov 10, '14
  • 035 - Inbetweenisode - The Sunk Cost Fallacy
    Nov 2, '14
  • 034 - The Post Hoc Fallacy
    Oct 14, '14
  • 033 - Belief - Will Storr
    Sep 30, '14
  • 032 - Ego Depletion
    Sep 13, '14
  • 031 - Extinction Burst
    Aug 27, '14
  • 030 - Practice - David Epstein
    Aug 14, '14
  • 029 - Labels - Adam Alter
    Aug 1, '14
  • 028 - Crowds - Michael Bond
    Jul 18, '14
  • 027 - Science Communication - Joe Hanson
    Jul 9, '14
  • 026 - Maslow's Hammer
    Jun 20, '14
  • 025 - Enclothed Cognition - Hajo Adam
    Jun 6, '14
  • 024 - Sleep - Richard Wiseman
    May 24, '14
  • 023 - Inbetweenisode 4 - The Illusion of Asymmetric Insight
    May 7, '14
  • 022 - Survivorship Bias - Megan Price
    Apr 24, '14
  • 021 - Inbetweenisode 3 - Christina Draganich
    Apr 3, '14
  • 020 - The Future - James Burke and Matt Novak
    Mar 17, '14
  • 019 - The Placebo Effect - Kristi Erdal
    Mar 1, '14
  • 018 - Inbetweenisode - The Benjamin Franklin Effect
    Feb 19, '14