In episode 395 of Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things, we are back with our Wednesday segment where I chat with psychologists, therapists, neuroscientists and other experts on the science of personal growth. The month of March will focus on the relationship between psychology and voice and feature voice specialized experimental psychologist Elisa Monti.
This episode is about the science and fiction of voice. She talks about what vocal psychotherapy is, why to be aware of what's click bait vs real science, the assumptions we make about people's voices based on evolution, how we can change our assumptions and educate ourselves, why one of the biggest myths is thinking we can tell when someone's lying, why science is important but also has limitations and the relationship between human voices and AI and why science must play a part in it.
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