We’ll find out this hour about how the social world contributes to delusion with Dr. Joel Gold, clinical associate professor of psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine.
Think, with host Krys Boyd, features in-depth interviews with compelling guests, covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and trends to food and wine, travel, adventure and entertainment.
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We’ll talk this hour about how the Internet is fueling the world of DIY CSI with the author of “The Skeleton Crew: How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America’s Coldest Cases.”
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This hour, we’ll explore how neurosurgeons had to experiment with different procedures to get to where we are with modern neuroscience with author Sam Kean.
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This hour, we’ll talk about how those characteristics became associated with these polished rocks with Susan Falls, who teaches anthropology at Savannah College of Art and Design.
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Crossword puzzles consume many people’s everyday lives. This hour we’ll speak about the history of our favorite time-killer with the author of “The Crossword Century: 100 Years of Witty Wordplay, Ingenious Puzzles, and Linguistic Mischief.”
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This hour, we’ll talk to sitcom writer Kristin Newman about “What I was Doing While You Were Breeding,” her memoir about her early-adulthood travels.
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More than 90 percent of the seafood Americans eat is imported. We’ll talk this hour about why a nation bordered by two oceans gets its fish from other countries with the author of “American Catch.”
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When people die at home, “removers” are called in to take the body to the morgue. We’ll talk this hour with Andrew Meredith, who writes about the job in his new memoir.
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