Aug 21, 2022
Who hasn't been interested in Magic and mesmerized by the Magician's performance, at least at some point in their life?
Who hasn't tried to uncover the secrets of the Magic show?
How to use your curiosity and passion to drive your career success?
Welcome Assoc. Prof. Anthony Barnhart, PhD, a cognitive psychologist and the Chair of the Department of Psychological Sciences at Carthage college in Wisconsin, USA!
Dr. Barnhart went on a path from being a professional Magician to becoming a cognitive psychologist, studying the Science of Magic!
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Stay tuned for Part II of this Neurocareers podcast episode!
During this episode, you will learn about:
[00:00] Episode intro, what’s in for you, and a quick bio of the guest, Anthony Barnhart, PhD
[01:10] Where Dr. Barnhart is joining us from, and a bit about his backstory
[05:24] How Dr. Barnhart’s research on Magic helps students develop intellectual curiosity
[09:43] A brief history of the existence of Magic
[16:28] Meaning of the “Science of Magic” and its rationale
[18:06] Magic isn't only focused on psychology but also technology
[19:55] Some psychological vulnerabilities that magicians have explored
[27:18] How different theories on Magic have been applied in the Science of Magic research
[32:05] The future of the Science of Magic & the benefits magicians can get from the results
[36:05] Dr. Barnhart’s views on the future of the use of technology by magicians
[40:16] A bit about the Science of Magic Conference and what can be presented
[43:55] Wrap-up to this first part of the talk
About the Podcast Guest
Dr. Barnhart's Publications and Other Resources
Connect With Assoc. Prof. Anthony Barnhart
Anthony Barnhart, Ph.D.
Department of Psychological Science
2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha, WI 53140
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