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Kate Sweeny: 30 Seconds on Belly Dancing

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Kate Sweeny is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of California Riverside. She studies threat management in everyday life – how we wait for potentially bad news. By night and on the weekends, Kate pursues her passion for belly dancing. She’s been “shaking it” now for more than a decade.

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John Horgan: The Dangers of Hanging Out with Terrorists

John Horgan interviews an IRA terrorist and wonders if he's made a huge mistake.

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John Horgan: The Dangers of Hanging Out with Terrorists

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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

John Horgan: There's Always Hope

John Horgan studies terrorists and finds nuance and complexity where others see only evil.

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John Horgan: There's Always Hope

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Nicole Prause: What Women (Don't) Need

A bunch of men try to create a kind of "female viagra," but they forget to talk to women.

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Nicole Prause: What Women (Don't) Need

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Nicole Prause: Great Balls of Fire

Nicole Prause finally gets a Harley Davidson... and all hell breaks loose!

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Nicole Prause: Great Balls of Fire

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