Jaebien Rosario is currently a graduate level student in public health at East Stroudsburg University. He has degrees in psychology and philosophy, and has previously worked as a personal trainer and nutrition coach. His interest include science denialism, vaccine hesitancy, the philosophy of science, the sociology of science, and meta science.
His current research projects include research proposals for covid-19 and vitamin D trials, research conducted pertaining to local food banks and participation in coalitions for addressing food insecurity in northeast Pennsylvania.
In this episode we discuss:
- Ideological extremes getting in the way of rational discourse pertaining to nutrition
- Social identity and nutrition
- The successful communication and adoption of science
- When evidence is ignored in the name of ideology or political motive
- Understanding uncertainty; thinking in probabilities
Links & Resources
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- Immune to Bullshit: Critical Thinking and Scientific Literacy - Jaebian Rosario
- The Power of Us – Bavel & Packer
- Natural : The Seductive Myth of Nature's Goodness - Alan Levinovitz
- Annie Duke – Thinking in Bets
- Episode #363: Public Health Policy vs. Personal Responsibility: Evidence vs. Ideology
- Episode #365: David Robert Grimes, PhD – Conspiracy Theories & Bad Information: Why Are We Susceptible?
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