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MindSet

By HCD Research

MindSet is a light and upbeat series about consumer neuroscience, human behavior, and new technologies and methodologies that lead to innovation strategies with a mass of untapped potential. Co-Hosted by Michelle Niedziela, Ph.D., VP of Research & Innovation, and Kathryn Ambroze, Director of Behavioral Insights & User Experience at HCD, this dynamic duo brings a breath of fresh air to their discussions, whether it’s between themselves or with industry leaders or internal experts. We are located anywhere you stream!
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🧰⚙️ Getting the skinny on the “new” tool on the block: fNIRS | Featuring Kristin Shumaker PhD | MindSet Episode #68
🧰⚙️ Getting the skinny on the “new” tool on the block: fNIRS | Featuring Kristin Shumaker PhD | MindSet Episode #68
🗣️ In this week’s episode of HCD’s MindSet, Kathryn and Michelle chat with social scientist, Kristen Shumaker, about how brains respond to different types of messaging and the types of tools used in communication neuroscience.    ⚒️ With experience in using fMRI and fNIRS, Kristin gives us the lowdown about how to explore neurofeedback while accounting for limitations. If you are interested in learning about new neurotechnologies, this informative session is not one you will want to miss!      #fNIRS #storytelling #audiences #fMRI    Kristin Shumaker is a quantitative communication researcher, who uses behavioral and neuroscience methods to study how people connect to each other through stories and shared experiences.  Specifically, she uses fNIRS (functional near-infrared spectroscopy) to study how synchrony – between the brains of communicators and within audiences – predicts empathy, authenticity and audience preferences.   She received her Ph.D. from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania in 2022.  Prior to re-entering academia, she was a professional production manager and theater maker at the Dell’Arte International School for Physical Theatre, and a freelance stage manager with the Santa Fe Opera and other companies.  She has an M.F.A. in Theatre (Virginia Tech) and a B.A. in Biology (Carleton College).     Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
32:42
November 28, 2022
😶‍🌫️ Is cannabis safe? Educating consumers on cannabinoids | Featuring: Dr. David Nathan & Martha Bajec, PhD | MindSet Episode #67
😶‍🌫️ Is cannabis safe? Educating consumers on cannabinoids | Featuring: Dr. David Nathan & Martha Bajec, PhD | MindSet Episode #67
🛑 As the cannabis industry continues to evolve, the conversations surrounding consumer safety and regulations remain critical. On this week’s episode of MindSet, Kathryn and Michelle sat down with both Martha Bajec and Dr. David Nathan to discuss their recent work with both HCD Research and the ASTM D37 Committee regarding cannabinoid safety signs. 🧃 This episode is full of fascinating discussions around cannabis, the term “psychoactive,” and how the pharmaceutical and consumer package goods industries can strive to make better labels for consumer safety. #consumersafety #labels #cannabis #ASTM #CPG #consumers #package #design #education #informedconsumer #cannabinoids #wellness #consumption Meet our guests! David L. Nathan, MD, DFAPA is a Princeton, New Jersey based psychiatrist, writer, speaker, educator, and consultant. He is best known as the founder and past president of Doctors for Cannabis Regulation. Dr. Nathan is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He is a leader in the development of evidence-based labeling standards for the regulated cannabis industry, and he was the principal designer of the International Intoxicating Cannabis Product Symbol.     Martha Bajec, PhD is the Principal at Bajec Senseworks consulting where she lends her unique expertise and perspective to researchers and leaders across CPG categories. Martha joined HCD Research in 2020 as a Consulting Director in Health and Wellness Research exploring the consumer space. In addition to providing full-service support for human testing and product evaluation, Martha’s experience innovating in highly regulated spaces ensures consideration of regulatory and compliance requirements, by design. In her spare time, Martha enjoys fermenting, extracting, and infusing natural products and foods.   Extra Information:  HCD Label Research Infographic: Linked here    Eli Nathan, Graphic Designer: elinathan.com    ASTM International: https://www.astm.org/  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Martha on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
48:03
November 14, 2022
🎃👻 The one where statistics gets spooky | Featuring: Alex Shpenev PhD | MindSet Episode #66(6)
🎃👻 The one where statistics gets spooky | Featuring: Alex Shpenev PhD | MindSet Episode #66(6)
🎃 Happy Halloween to all our MindSet listeners! 🦇  🧙‍♀️🧉 What's a scary part about research? Statistics! The University of Pennsylvania's Alex Shpenev talks Kathryn and Michelle through common fears or misconceptions behind statistics and why you shouldn't be so sure when playing with numbers. Even though this episode doesn't include any spells, it reminds us that many popular statistics are just pulled out of thin air.    #statistics #correlations #halloween  Meet the guest!   Alex Shpenev is a Senior Data Research Scientist at the Center for Social Norms and Behavioral Dynamics of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also affiliated with the Population Studies Center, the Population Aging Research Center, the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, and the Center for Global Healthh. His work focuses on the social nature of health behavior, exploring the social patterns of latrine use in India. As part of this project, Alex develops survey materials, supervises data collection, and conducts social network analysis to better understand the flow of information about the benefits of better sanitation practices and the availability of resources for latrine construction. His other work centers on how friends and family (in particular, spouses) can contribute to better health behaviors and health outcomes. Alex received his PhD in Demography and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MA in Statistics from the Wharton School. Meet our guest! Alex's website: https://www.shpenev.com/ Alex's MBDS bio: https://www.lps.upenn.edu/degree-programs/mbds/faculty/alex-shpenev Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
44:19
October 31, 2022
🌹 Why everyone should stop and smell the roses | Featuring: Rachel Herz PhD | MindSet Episode #65
🌹 Why everyone should stop and smell the roses | Featuring: Rachel Herz PhD | MindSet Episode #65
👃 This week’s episode of HCD’s MindSet includes author, TEDx speaker, neuroscientist, and world leading expert on the psychological science of smell- Rachel Herz, PhD. 🕯️This fascinating conversation dives into the value of smell in terms of wellbeing, what an “unscented” product really means, and a few myth-busting moments around olfaction too. #smell #olfaction #neuroscience #fragrance #mentalhealth #anosmia #experiences #research #wellbeing Meet our guest! A world-renowned expert on the psychological science of smell, Dr. Rachel Herz is a neuroscientist, TEDx speaker, and published author of both books and numerous research publications. She is also a valued consultant to international corporations, an entrepreneur, and is on the faculty at Brown University and Boston College. Useful Links Rachel Herz’s Website: https://rachelherz.com/popular-books/    TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmGLsMER58g&app=desktop Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
35:47
October 17, 2022
🌟 BONUS EPISODE: Are we still talking about neuromarketing? EEG… Does this smell funny? | MindSet Episode #64
🌟 BONUS EPISODE: Are we still talking about neuromarketing? EEG… Does this smell funny? | MindSet Episode #64
😊 Happy Friday everyone!  🚩🚩 To keep the momentum going from #NeuroU2022, we have a BONUS episode for HCD’s MindSet! Kathryn and Michelle hopped on the mics for a journal club session to chat about a recent article that was published by IFT. Everything old is new again and the infamous “neuromarketing hype” is back in the mix with the same, old tricks. Listen to Kathryn and Michelle break down the article and discuss why EEG and food science are a complicated combo.  #neuroscience #EEG #foodscience #misinformation  Learn about NeuroU HERE   Articles debunking neuro-hype:  https://www.theguardian.com/science/head-quarters/2013/dec/05/neuromarketing-brain-eeg-hype  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0950329320303931?casa_token=zct5EPVVMroAAAAA:HlAMxC9W3ISbZzYXbTQ5cAgCkjUCHl44TsMHMPPUd3RGIYrn1-mP7kfQIo-2DrUQpsJ0IZ3Sqg  https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2011/10/02/no-you-dont-love-your-iphone-in-that-way/?sh=5231a671636c  https://www.hcdi.net/post/the-brain-what-is-it-good-for https://www.hcdi.net/post/neuromarketing-identifying-the-fact-from-the-fiction  https://www.hcdi.net/post/on-myths-and-methods https://www.hcdi.net/post/hcd-on-the-road-debunking-neurohype  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
35:31
October 07, 2022
🔮 The Future of On-Demand Delivery | Featuring: Rex Chng | MindSet Episode #63
🔮 The Future of On-Demand Delivery | Featuring: Rex Chng | MindSet Episode #63
Kathryn and Michelle are back with another episode of HCD’s MindSet with Rex Chng, a recent graduate of the Penn Masters of Behavioral and Decision Science program. In this episode, Rex shares why he joined the program at University of Pennsylvania and the recent work he did with HCD about on-demand delivery services. Inspired by the UberEats Superbowl commercial, this research tried to determine what is important to consumers, and how brands can leverage that information to stay top-of-mind with their customers. After listening to this episode, you may never look at companies like Lyft or Instacart the same… Check it out!    Meet our guest! Rex is a recent graduate of the Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is fascinated by how human makes decisions, why some behaviors spread faster than others, and the underlying motivation of human behaviors. He is looking to bring his behavioral science knowledge into UX research to the tech industry to build a seamless product experience.   Rex’s LinkedIn Rex's blog  MaxImplicit White Paper  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
33:15
October 03, 2022
🎼 Music to Companies’ Ears: Creating Harmonious Customer Experiences | Featuring: Steve Yastrow | MindSet Episode #62
🎼 Music to Companies’ Ears: Creating Harmonious Customer Experiences | Featuring: Steve Yastrow | MindSet Episode #62
This week’s episode of HCD’s MindSet includes a 3-time author, consultant, and speaker- Steve Yastrow. Steve literally “wrote the book” on Brand Harmony, helping companies understand and learn the importance of paying attention continuously to what customers are hearing. Chatting with Kathryn and Michelle about brand harmony, Steve provided a lot of his insight about how valuable it is to bet on your customers to make or break even the best of products.   #customerexperience #CX #brandharmony #totalexperience #customerrelationship #marketing #branding #benchmarking #strategy #alignment Steve Yastrow is the author of three books, Ditch the Pitch, We: The Ideal Customer Relationship and Brand Harmony. Management guru Tom Peters said, “When Steve Yastrow writes, I pay close attention.” Seth Godin wrote that Ditch the Pitch “gives salespeople the courage to be human.”  Steve is the president of Yastrow & Company, where he and his team help their clients improve business results through more compelling customer experiences and stronger customer relationships.    Steve Yastrow’s Website  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
40:55
September 19, 2022
📘 Journal Club: Did nudges kill behavioral science?! | MindSet Episode #61
📘 Journal Club: Did nudges kill behavioral science?! | MindSet Episode #61
What nudges have you noticed in your daily life? Michelle and Kathryn hopped on the mics this week to discuss an article which has recently sparked a lot of debate about the value of “nudges”. The article, and its subsequent reactions, have left our favorite hosts with a lot to say about not just nudging, but the serious issues with publishing in scientific journals as a whole. Listen to Kathryn and Michelle discuss the trials and tribulations of publish or perish, the evolution of research, and why studying human research is so messy (but intriguing). Article 1: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2107346118 Article 2: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2200300119 Article 3: https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2202928119 Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
38:60
September 05, 2022
👩🏽‍🔬 🧠 Even neuroscientists don’t want to think - NeuroUX | MindSet Episode #60
👩🏽‍🔬 🧠 Even neuroscientists don’t want to think - NeuroUX | MindSet Episode #60
60 Episodes down for MindSet - how many more to go? In this episode Kathryn and Michelle talk about NeuroUX - what is it, how it came to be, its challenges, and its future. Neuro - meaning nervous system (includes the brain) and UX - meaning user experience. NeuroUX is a tool that allows researchers to attain real-world data on consumers' cognitive processes over time. HCD Research had also completed an internal study using NeuroUX Technology focusing on RiteAid and CVS's Covid-19 Vaccination website user experience - this study will be linked in the show notes below. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
31:35
July 18, 2022
🛍 When Less is More | Featuring: Allison Gutkowski | MindSet Epsiode #59
🛍 When Less is More | Featuring: Allison Gutkowski | MindSet Epsiode #59
What do Pepsi, Pfizer, and VW all have in common? Each company recently decided to have a logo make-over via the concept of debranding! In this week’s MindSet episode, Kathryn is joined by Allison Gutkowski to discuss what this trend means for companies and consumers, as well as ways that brands can evolve with their consumer while remaining true to themselves. The notion of debranding sparked an interesting discussion surrounding brand harmony, consumer perception, and visual marketing that you don’t want to miss! Meet our guest!  As Director of Global Research for HCD Research, Allison specializes in all thing’s client related, including educational sessions on applied behavioral neuroscience and applications, building relationships and developing proposals and research programs. She is responsible for new business development as well as account and project management. Allison has been a guest lecturer at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, The College of New Jersey and Rutgers University. Allison is very passionate about what we do here at HCD and loves to talk about it. Allison loves hearing clients’ pain points and unique obstacles that they face with their products and brands. This allows us to explore new approaches and applications that provide a solution to a problem they have not been able to solve with past research approached. Each question brings a new challenge. Ms. Gutkowski earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from The College of New Jersey. In 2011, Allison joined the HCD team and began by understand the research processes and the inner-workings with each unique project. This brings a holistic understanding to her current role and enjoys being involved in every aspect of the project journey.Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Allison Gutkowski on LinkedIn | https://bit.ly/AllisonGutkowski_LinkedIn Allison Gutkowski Email | allison.gutkowski@hcdi.net Extra Links:  Debranding Video Link | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1bjkPerpPs Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
39:10
July 05, 2022
🧠📠 DIY Neuroscience | Featuring: Anna Wexler PhD | MindSet Epsiode #58
🧠📠 DIY Neuroscience | Featuring: Anna Wexler PhD | MindSet Epsiode #58
Do It Yourself is a famous Google search for any household repairs or homemade decorations, but is there such a thing as "DIY Neuro"? In MindSet's latest episode, we are joined by Anna Wexler. She shares her expertise with Kathryn and Michelle as they discuss the hype and horrors of DIY NeuroTech!  Meet our guest!  Anna Wexler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studies ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding emerging technology. In particular, she is interested in do-it-yourself medicine, citizen science, and direct-to-consumer neurotechnology. She received her Ph.D. in 2017 from the HASTS  (History, Anthropology, Science, Technology & Society) Program at MIT, where her dissertation centered on the DIY brain stimulation movement.  She was a 2015-2016 visiting scholar at the Center for Neuroscience and Society at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2007, Anna graduated from MIT with two Bachelors’ of Science degrees, one in Brain and Cognitive Science and the other in Humanities and Science with a focus in Writing.  Prior to her move to academia, Anna worked for several years as a science and travel writer (and editor) based in Tel Aviv, Israel.  Anna also co-directed, co-produced, co-edited, and co-wrote the feature documentary film UNORTHODOX (2013), which is available on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. The film, which took Anna and and her co-director, Nadja Oertelt, nine years to complete, follows three rebellious Orthodox Jewish high school teenagers through a transformative post-high school year in Israel.  Anna was selected as a 2007-2008 filmmaker-in-residence at WGBH in Boston to work on the project, and in 2012, the filmmakers completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise finishing funds. For more information, visit the Unorthodox website, Facebook, and Twitter. In her spare time, Anna enjoys creating functional ceramics and pottery. Anna and her husband Jonathan Reisman, a physician and writer, are avid travelers who enjoy hiking in remote mountainous regions.  Anna Wexler on LinkedIn Anna Wexler on Twitter  Anna Wexler’s Website  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
43:41
June 20, 2022
🎶 👨🏽‍🍳 Please don’t stop the music- exploring food choice in noisy restaurants | MindSet Episode #57
🎶 👨🏽‍🍳 Please don’t stop the music- exploring food choice in noisy restaurants | MindSet Episode #57
In MindSet Episode #57 Michelle and Kathryn have produced Journal Club #2! The article they focus on is "Sound" Decisions: The Combined Role of Ambient Noise and Cognitive Regulation on the Neurophysiology of Food Cravings from the National Library of Medicine.  Journal Club Article  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
37:55
June 06, 2022
💊 🍁 We D.A.R.E. you to learn more about the New Reefer Madness | Featuring: Martha Bajec PhD | MindSet Episode #56
💊 🍁 We D.A.R.E. you to learn more about the New Reefer Madness | Featuring: Martha Bajec PhD | MindSet Episode #56
In MindSet Episode #56 Michelle and Kathryn discuss the New Reefer Madness with HCD's Senior Scientific Consultant, Martha Bajec, PhD. The New Reefer Madness is an important term used to help describe the rebranding of cannabis from a "No No" to a "Wellness or Health Additive." Meet our guest! Dr. Martha Bajec has spent the last decade working as a scientist and leader for some of the world’s largest and most influential consumer packaged goods companies. With undergraduate and master’s theses focused on neurotransmission in model organisms and doctoral work on individual differences in human oral sensation, Martha has put the rigor and stringency of her training to work in delivering evidence-based insights on CPG categories ranging from fortified milk-based products through carbonated beverages, and beer and wine through tobacco and cannabis. As Principal at Bajec Senseworks consulting, Martha lends her unique expertise and perspective to researchers and leaders across CPG categories. Martha joined HCD Research in 2020 as a Consulting Director in Health and Wellness Research exploring the consumer space. In addition to providing full-service support for human testing and product evaluation, Martha’s experience innovating in highly regulated spaces ensures consideration of regulatory and compliance requirements, by design. In her spare time, Martha enjoys fermenting, extracting, and infusing natural products and foods. Extra links: HCD's work with ASTM |https://cannabisindustryjournal.com/news_article/astm-launches-standard-for-international-intoxicating-cannabinoid-symbol/ HCD's ASTM Infographic | https://adobe.ly/3Pcyi10 Darwin Millards MindSet Episode| https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQgVYrhF9aU Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Martha on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
41:31
May 16, 2022
☺️ 💸 Facial Coding – You get what you pay for. | MindSet Episode #55
☺️ 💸 Facial Coding – You get what you pay for. | MindSet Episode #55
In MindSet Episode #55 Michelle and Kathryn discuss Facial Coding! Facial Coding is when you collect and categorize emotional reactions from facial expressions. If you are interested in knowing more listen to this curious conversation. Facial Coding White Paper  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
29:48
May 02, 2022
👂 Sensory Memes & the future of advertising | MindSet Episode #54
👂 Sensory Memes & the future of advertising | MindSet Episode #54
Kathryn and Michelle are back on the mic with Episode #54 of MindSet! Today they are discussing Sensory Memes! But... what exactly are they, how do they affect us as the consumer, and what is the future of them in advertising? Listen to the full conversation now! Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
28:46
April 18, 2022
📰 Extra, extra, read all about it - Sharing industry news! | Featuring: Nick Thomas | MindSet Episode #53
📰 Extra, extra, read all about it - Sharing industry news! | Featuring: Nick Thomas | MindSet Episode #53
First Monday of April - how is the year going by so fast? In this episode Kathryn and Michelle are joined by a very special guest, Nick Thomas. You can look forward to them discussing about the market research industry, publications and more. Meet our guest! Nick Thomas would describe himself in a Twee, which is 280 characters as I'm happily married and the proud father of two boys aged 5 and 9, living in Surrey, UK; overeater and underachiever; jack of all trades bored by doing any one thing for too long. Founder and owner of MrWeb Ltd which publishes DRNO, the global insight industry's only 'proper' daily paper. If want to read the full spread of MRWeb's collaboration with HCD Research follow this link | https://online.flippingbook.com/view/1040202418/ Nick Thomas on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-thomas-b1513821a/ MRWeb on LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/mrweb-ltd/ Tweet at MRWeb | @mrwebnews Contact Email for MRWeb | hello@mrweb.com Coming Soon for MRWeb! Next Feature Issue | Insight in the Mobile Age, June Next News Issue | Tonight and Every Weekday Night! Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
38:15
April 04, 2022
🎶 A “quick” chat with Glenn Kessler on Brand Harmony | Featuring: Glenn Kessler | MindSet Episode #52
🎶 A “quick” chat with Glenn Kessler on Brand Harmony | Featuring: Glenn Kessler | MindSet Episode #52
Episode #52 is rolling out! In today's episode President & CEO of HCD Research, Glenn Kessler joins Kathryn and Michelle to talk about Brand Harmony. What is brand harmony? Why should you care? And why does your company need to know? Listen to the full episode to learn more. Meet our guest! Glenn is the President & CEO of HCD Research, a communications and sensory research company which uses applied consumer neuroscience methods and traditional research tools to answer a variety of research questions. In addition to years of experience in management, marketing, and market research analysis, he has conducted political communications research for campaigns and evaluated Super Bowl Advertising for major media outlets, becoming an “expert” in political advertising. He is a regular guest speaker at The College of New Jersey, The Wharton School, the University of Pennsylvania, and The Rutgers Graduate School of Business and Management. He is now focused on bringing innovation and new business opportunities to HCD. Glenn Kessler on LinkedIn  Glenn's previous MindSet ep.  Glenn's previous MindSet ep #2  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
37:39
March 21, 2022
🔬 Simplicit - Keep it Simple | Featuring: Allison Gutkowski | MindSet Episode #51
🔬 Simplicit - Keep it Simple | Featuring: Allison Gutkowski | MindSet Episode #51
In this episode, our very own Allison Gutkowski of HCD Research dives into the curious conversation with Michelle and Kathryn about our tool Simplicit! Simplicit is the Self-Assessment Manikin (SAM) + Implicit Testing methodologies combined! Meet our guest! As Director of Global Research for HCD Research, Allison specializes in all thing’s client related, including educational sessions on applied behavioral neuroscience and applications, building relationships and developing proposals and research programs. She is responsible for new business development as well as account and project management. Allison has been a guest lecturer at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, The College of New Jersey and Rutgers University. Allison is very passionate about what we do here at HCD and loves to talk about it. Allison loves hearing clients’ pain points and unique obstacles that they face with their products and brands. This allows us to explore new approaches and applications that provide a solution to a problem they have not been able to solve with past research approached. Each question brings a new challenge. Ms. Gutkowski earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from The College of New Jersey. In 2011, Allison joined the HCD team and began by understand the research processes and the inner-workings with each unique project. This brings a holistic understanding to her current role and enjoys being involved in every aspect of the project journey.Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Allison Gutkowski on LinkedIn  Allison Gutkowski Email | allison.gutkowski@hcdi.net Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
30:19
March 07, 2022
🧠 Building Better Businesses with Neuroscience | Featuring: Elizabeth Johnson (Zab) PhD | MindSet Episode #50
🧠 Building Better Businesses with Neuroscience | Featuring: Elizabeth Johnson (Zab) PhD | MindSet Episode #50
HCD Research's MindSet has hit a new milestone! 50 Episodes of curious conversations have been out there for you to listen to - what a journey it has been for HCD Research and our two wonderful hosts Michelle and Kathryn. Also, a special shout out to all of our guests as you make this content even better and a huge thank you to all of our valued listeners! In this episode, we have a wonderful guest, Dr. Elizabeth Johnson or better known as Zab. Dr. Johnson and Kathryn speak on how the field of applied neuroscience can be used in just about every factor of life but also how most people don't even know what, why or how their own brain works! Meet our guest! Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson is the executive director and senior fellow of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Her research focuses on vision and visual behavior. Her work spans physiological approaches in the retina and early visual cortex to using eye tracking to investigate how human observers look and navigate through the world, how these processes unfold over time and with experience, and the role of social cognition and decision making in these processes. As an expert on color vision, she collaborated with Lenovo to develop computer and tablet screens with features that provide a more personalized color experience and has worked with US military special operations forces and the FBI to improve their visual training and assessments. Before joining Wharton, Zab was a research professor of neurobiology at Duke University's School of Medicine, where she also launched the Duke Institute of Brain Sciences.  She received her PhD in neural science at New York University and an AB in psychobiology from Mount Holyoke College. She is passionate about how neuroscience can impact and improve many aspects of how we make choices, lead organizations, and live our lives. Her research and practice strive to push applications of neuroscience outside of the traditional laboratory, in order to find new solutions for real world challenges that impact both business and society. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Dr. Elizabeth Johnson on LinkedIn Wharton School at UPenn's Neuro Website HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
38:28
February 21, 2022
🏈🎮 Super Bowl Special: What’s the future of Fantasy Football? | Featuring: Mujde Yuksel PhD | MindSet Episode #49
🏈🎮 Super Bowl Special: What’s the future of Fantasy Football? | Featuring: Mujde Yuksel PhD | MindSet Episode #49
Get ready for a MindSet Episode that rivals the best half time performance. In this weeks special release, listen to Michelle and Kathryn talk with Dr. Mudje Yuksel who has the most interesting career history and the E-Sports industry! Meet our guest! Dr. Mujde Yuksel is an Associate Professor of Marketing and the Director of Graduate Programs in Marketing at Suffolk University in Boston. She is a consumer behavior researcher with a special focus on digital consumption and sports and entertainment marketing. She has a number of publications at various marketing journals (e.g., Journal of Marketing Management, Journal of Business Research) in addition to more specialized sports management journals (e.g., Sport Management Review). She is currently an Associate Editor at the Journal of Consumer Marketing. As an educator, she enjoys teaching project-based courses that focus on how customer insights shape marketing strategy. She has also taught sports marketing and, most recently a grad course on Customer Experience (CX) with a neuromarketing perspective. Outside the University, she is currently participating in the Collective Think Tank, a global consortium created by Wasserman to raise visibility of women and drive inclusion in sports, entertainment, and culture. She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Merrimack Valley YMCA. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, she worked as the sponsorship coordinator of the 2010 FIBA World Championship. She was previously a professional basketball player and won several medals as a competitor for Fenerbahce Women’s Basketball and the Turkish National Team. She was also an official Nike Athlete during her professional sports career. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Transcription of MindSet Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Dr. Mujde Yuksel on LinkedIn Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
40:21
February 07, 2022
👥 How to make your Research more Inclusive! | Featuring: Falisha Karpati | MindSet Episode #48
👥 How to make your Research more Inclusive! | Featuring: Falisha Karpati | MindSet Episode #48
Michelle and Kathryn talk with Falisha Karpati about inclusivity within the work space!    Meet our guest! Falisha Karpati, PhD is an Inclusion Consultant with a background in neuroscience. Falisha’s work focuses on using neuroscience to build inclusive environments in research, academic, and scientific organizations. Her approach to inclusion centers on the interconnectedness of cognitive, demographic, and experiential diversity.     She holds a PhD in Neuroscience from McGill University and a Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University. She brings a decade of experience in designing inclusive programming as well as conducting research, including work as a Training and Equity Advisor at McGill University and as a neuroscientist studying the impact of training on the brain.   Falisha's Website  Falisha's Resource List Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Transcription of MindSet  Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Falisha on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
41:23
January 31, 2022
🛒🤳Exploring Shopper Perception with Augmented Reality (AR) | Featuring: Bingling Wang | MindSet Episode #47
🛒🤳Exploring Shopper Perception with Augmented Reality (AR) | Featuring: Bingling Wang | MindSet Episode #47
Michelle and Kathryn talk with Bingling Wang who is finishing up her master's with a capstone research project at HCD Research! Bingling is very interested in how shoppers' perceptions are affected by using the tool of augmented reality! Listen in to hear a little more about her background, her capstone project, and this curious conversation. Meet our guest! Bingling is a student at the Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences program at the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at the College of William & Mary with a double major in Psychology and Economics. Bingling is passionate about using behavioral sciences and market research to understand human behavior and solve real-world problems. She enjoys interdisciplinary work and aspires to learn from people in different fields. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Bingling on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
29:18
January 17, 2022
📚What's the first rule of Journal Club? | MindSet Episode #46
📚What's the first rule of Journal Club? | MindSet Episode #46
What is the first rule of journal club? Is to watch or listen to Journal Club 😉- Join Kathryn and Michelle as they discuss a fascinating article about facial coding!  Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
36:57
January 03, 2022
Implicit Research in Sensory needs people who are EXPERTS in Sensory | MindSet Episode #45
Implicit Research in Sensory needs people who are EXPERTS in Sensory | MindSet Episode #45
Michelle and Kathryn discuss the venture of HCD into Traditional Implicit Research with a client who specifically wanted it. As you see when doing implicit research for sensory, you really do need to be an expert in sensory. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
32:57
December 20, 2021
How is Consumer Behavior affected by Brand Perception 🛒💉| Featuring: Farrah Kharche | MindSet Episode #44
How is Consumer Behavior affected by Brand Perception 🛒💉| Featuring: Farrah Kharche | MindSet Episode #44
Michelle and Kathryn talk with Farrah Kharche who was a finished up her masters with a capstone research project at HCD Research and now works as an Associate at Strategy&. Farrah was very intrigued by brand perception and also a timely topic of vaccines! Listen in to hear a little more about her background, her capstone project, and this curious conversation. Meet our guest! During her undergraduate experience studying consumer behavior, Farrah developed an interest in behavioral science. She pursued this interest by conducting independent research on the impact of communications of transformation on consumer expectations and product satisfaction. Subsequently, Farrah began working as a research assistant in the behavioral research lab at the Fisher College of Business; in this role, she further explored consumer behavior by directing experiments for Marketing professors and analyzing data. Farrah then matriculated at The University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences (MBDS) program in the fall of 2020. During her time at the University of Pennsylvania, Farrah conducted research concerning tax aversion during shopping and devised premiumization and marketing strategies and testing methods for various Fortune 500 CPG firms. After completing her MBDS coursework, Farrah concluded her degree by completing her capstone research project with HCD research on COVID-19 vaccine brand perceptions in the U.S. This topic was of particular interest to her as COVID-19 vaccine brand perceptions translate into vaccination adoption and compliance with health guidelines, thereby informing consumer behavior. Farrah graduated from The Ohio State University with a BS in Business Administration specializing in Finance and Marketing with a minor in Consumer Sciences. She recently graduated from the MBDS program and will be joining Strategy& as an associate. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
27:08
December 06, 2021
Are you indecisive? ❔... Not sure about the answer 🤔| Featuring: Michael Murphy | MindSet Episode #43
Are you indecisive? ❔... Not sure about the answer 🤔| Featuring: Michael Murphy | MindSet Episode #43
This week, Michelle talks with Michael Murphy who was a recent intern at HCD Research. They discuss a little about him and his personal experiences while also diving into the methodologies he learned under Michelle's mentorship. You could call him a master of behavior and decision sciences! Meet our guest! After completing coursework in microeconomics and behavioral economics in the second half of his undergraduate experience, Michael's professional ambitions largely shifted towards the behavioral sciences. He saw this field as an exciting intersection of his interests in health, psychology, and behavior change. Michael's newfound interest prompted him to complete an independent study about the neuroscience underlying health-related decision making, which then encouraged him to explore professional degree programs. Ultimately, Michael enrolled in the Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences (MBDS) program at the University of Pennsylvania in the Fall of 2020. Throughout the MBDS program, he contributed to multiple projects ranging from pediatric type II diabetes to COVID-19. Michael rounded out his masters degree by completing a capstone project with HCD Research centered on consumer safety priorities at entertainment venues. Michael appreciates the opportunity to have learned about HCD's MaxImplicit methodology under the mentorship of employees Michelle and Kathryn. Michael received his BS in Neuroscience with a Health Studies Certificate from Dickinson College. He recently completed his coursework in the Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences program at the University of Pennsylvania. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
30:09
November 22, 2021
We've got some tricks up our sleeves 🪄| Featuring: Jeanette Andrews | MindSet Episode #42
We've got some tricks up our sleeves 🪄| Featuring: Jeanette Andrews | MindSet Episode #42
Here is our first full episode released on our podcast platforms! Michelle and Kathryn are back again and  lucky enough to have Jeanette Andrews a magician, artist, and speaker featured on this weeks curious conversation. These 3 dive into Jeanettes extensive background and their collaborative projects within the behavior research space. Meet our guest! Jeanette Andrews is hailed as one of the most innovative illusionists in the world today and has staged hundreds of sold-out and standing-room-only performances for Fortune 500 companies, theaters and universities including Infiniti, Kraft, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Lyric Opera & Chicago Ideas Week. She has presented commissioned and site-specific works for The Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt, the International Museum of Surgical Science, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Andrews presented her first magic performance at age four, was paid to do her first magic show at age six, began running her business that day and has never had another job since, and is now internationally recognized as a pioneer in her field. Andrews uses sensory anomalies, art and scientific anecdotes to create luxurious experiences that bridge everyday life to a special, heightened world. She loves creating experiences for audiences to engage with the impossible in fun, insightful, generous ways. Andrews is an Affiliate of Harvard’s metaLAB and prior artist in residence for High Concept Labs and The Institute for Art and Olfaction. Illusion is Ms. Andrews’ life’s work and her performances have been praised by the Chicago Tribune, PBS and the New York Times. Jeanette Andrews Website Facebook - @SensoryIllusions Twitter - @JeanetteMagic YouTube - @JeanetteAndrewsMagic Instagram - @jeanetteandrewsmagic Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Sign up for HCD Newsletter  Our Socials YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
36:57
November 08, 2021
Now available on your Podcast Streaming platform! 🎙️🎧
Now available on your Podcast Streaming platform! 🎙️🎧
MindSet has reached a new milestone! Now located anywhere you stream your podcasts. (Plus more platforms to come in the near future)  We at HCD Research know that each person is unique and loves to consume content in different fashions. That is why the episodes we release here will be the same as the ones we upload to YouTube. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below.  YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations!
01:44
November 01, 2021