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Parth Shah

Associate Producer, Hidden Brain

Parth Shah is an associate producer at Hidden Brain. He came to NPR in 2016 as a Kroc Fellow.

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At seventeen years old, Fred Clay was sentenced to prison for a crime he did not commit. Various flawed ideas in psychology were used to determine his guilt. Ken Richardson/Ken Richardson hide caption

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Thomas Jefferson owned hundreds of slaves, yet he also wrote that "all men are created equal." How did he square the contradictions between his values and his everyday life? ericfoltz/Getty Images hide caption

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The Mind Of The Village: Understanding Our Implicit Biases

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Hannah Groch-Begley listens to Dylan Matthews play the ukulele at their home in Washington, D.C. Dylan had hesitated to buy the ukulele because it felt like too big of an indulgence. Shankar Vedantam/NPR hide caption

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A recent study found that black doctors were more effective than non-black doctors at convincing black men to use preventative health services. Angela Hsieh hide caption

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Stacya Shepard Silverman thought she knew her dad. But that changed one day with a phone call from a stranger. Renee Klahr hide caption

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Why are some warnings heard, while others are ignored? Angela Hsieh hide caption

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How To See The Future (No Crystal Ball Needed)

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What if our economy is built not on traditional theories of rational behavior, but on narratives and psychology? sesame/Getty Images hide caption

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The Story Of Money: How Human Behavior Shapes Economies — And Vice Versa

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