Elizabeth Page-Gould is the Canada Research Chair in Social Psychophysiology and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Page-Gould's research examines how the subjective, cognitive, physiological, and behavioral aspects of experience play into the way we perceive and organize knowledge about the social world. She has a particular interest in intergroup interactions with both friends and strangers. Dr. Page-Gould is also interested in basic questions in psychophysiology, such as: (1) the relationship between subjective experience and physiological responses; (2) how the peripheral nervous system responds to social cognitive processes and how these bodily responses in turn affect social perception.
March 18th, 2020 | 1 hr 10 mins
anti-natalism, childlessness, concept creep, fatherhood, motherhood
Elizabeth Page-Gould joins the podcast again to talk about motherhood, fatherhood, and people who choose to remain childless.
November 21st, 2018 | 1 hr 14 mins
alcohol, cannabis, health, pornography, relationships, spontaneity, vices
Yoel and Mickey have their first repeat guest as Liz Page-Gould joins them to talk vices. Weed, booze and porn are all on the table (well, not literally) as we take on some popular vices.
August 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 18 mins
admiration, concept creep, crying, embarrassment, friendship, gratitude, loyalty, mental health
Yoel and Mickey welcome their University of Toronto colleague and close friend, psychologist Elizabeth Page-Gould. Liz, who is an expert in close friendship, tries to help Yoel and Mickey fall in love with each other--and with her!