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  • Shankar Vedantam: How the hidden brain influences decision making


    Spitfire Strategies and the Communications Network are proud to present NPR's Shankar Vedantam in this installment of the Science of Communications. Vedantam's reporting focuses on the human brain and social sciences. In this presentation, he helps explain how the Hidden Brain influences decision making.

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  • Hidden Brain Episode 54: Panic in the Streets


    Hidden Brain Episode 54: Panic in the Streets
    It sounds like the plot of a movie: police discover the body of a young man who's been murdered. The body tests positive for a deadly infectious disease. Authorities trace the killing to a gang. They race to find gang members linked to the murder... who may also be incubating the virus. This week on Hidden Brain... disease, panic, and how a public health team used psychology to confront an epidemic.
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  • Shankar Vedantam keynote: The Hidden Brain -- Strata + Hadoop 2014


    From the 2014 Strata Conference + Hadoop World in New York City.

    About Shankar Vedantam:
    Shankar Vedantam is the author of The Hidden Brain: How our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage Wars and Save Our Lives. He is also a social science correspondent at NPR – National Public Radio. He was formerly a reporter at The Washington Post. From 2007 to 2009, he wrote the Post’s Department of Human Behavior column. Vedantam travels widely to give talks that explore how the science of human behavior shapes corporate life, nonprofit institutions and public policy.

    Vedantam has been invited to teach at several academic institutions, including Harvard University and Columbia University. He has served as a senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, and as a fellow at the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University.

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    A blind man can see. Another feels pain in his missing arm. One believes he's God. A son thinks his parents are imposters. Are their thoughts real or just in their heads? In this remarkable NOVA, pioneering brain detective V.S. Ramachandran, hailed as the Sherlock Holmes of neuroscience, tackles four mysterious cases and delivers mind-boggling conclusions.

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  • The hidden brain in your skin | Claudia Aguirre | TEDxUCLA


    We have all heard of the phrase “beauty is skin deep”, suggesting skin has a rather superficial role in who we are. But what if that is not true? Claudia Aguirre tells us about the hidden brain in our skin and the surprising things it reveals about our mental health.

    Claudia Aguirre is a Neuroscientist, Skincare Expert, Spokesperson and Lecturer, UCLA Alumni, and TEDMED contributor.

    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • How technology influences our brains | Guy Raz, NPR’s TED Radio Hour


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    Guy Raz, host and editorial director of TED Radio Hour, talks about how ubiquitous technology and the emergence of smartphones affect brains and relationships.

    Americans spend five hours in front of devices and children spend seven hours in front of screens every day, but the long-term consequences aren’t understood. These devices can enhance life but they can also negatively impact memory, attention spans, and interactions with others. If technology offers both promise and peril, Raz suggests that technology must also play a role in preventing brains from going astray.

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  • Hidden Brain - Episode #6: Deep Story



    Topic of Discussion:
    In the months since the presidential election, many have noted that lots of Americans live in bubbles — echo chambers filled with the voices of people who mostly agree with us. Sociologist Arlie Hochschild felt this long before the rise of Donald Trump, and five years ago she went on a mission to understand the other side. She left her own liberal bubble in Berkeley, California for a conservative one, deep in the Louisiana bayou.

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  • Hidden Brain - Episode #8: Loss & Renewal



    Topic of Discussion:
    Maya Shankar was well on her way to an extraordinary career as a violinist when an injury closed that door. This week, we look at how she wound up at the top of another field: the social sciences.

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  • Hidden Brain - Episode #13: Im Right Youre Wrong



    Topic of Discussion:
    There are some topics about which it seems no amount of data will change people's minds: things like climate change, or restrictions on gun ownership. Neuroscientist Tali Sharot says that's actually for good reason. As a general rule, she says, it's better to stick to your beliefs and disregard new information that contradicts them. But this also means it's very difficult to change false beliefs. This week, we look at how we process information, and why it's so hard to change our views.

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    Heribert Watzke: The brain in your gut


    Did you know you have functioning neurons in your intestines -- about a hundred millions of them? Food scientist Heribert Watzke tells us about the hidden brain in our gut and the surprising things it makes us feel.

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    Book TV: Shankar Vedantam, The Hidden Brain


    Shankar Vedantam talks about the part of our brain that influences, unconsciously, the way we behave and make decisions. Mr. Vedantam says that this hidden brain impacts the way we vote, shapes the way we respond to mass tragedies, and aids in indoctrinating suicide bombers. He spoke at Harvard Book Store.

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    Amazing! Giant waterlillies in the Amazon - The Private Life of Plants - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife


    These amazing plants produce gigantic leaves to cover as much surface area as they can, competing for precious light. From the BBC.

  • Hidden Brain - Episode #3: Slanguage



    Topic of Discussion:
    Young people have always used language in new and different ways, and it has pretty much always driven older people crazy. But the linguist John McWhorter says all the likes and LOLs are part of a natural – and inevitable –evolution of language. This week on Hidden Brain, why language can't sit still.

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    The Gospel in Chairs | Pastor Brian Zahnd


    God is like Jesus.
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    Understanding that God is like Jesus is essential to our understanding of salvation. We must not think that salvation comes about because Jesus appeases a vengeful God, angry at the actions of sinful man. Salvation comes about because Jesus reveals the Father and does the Father's work. If we believe God killed Jesus for the sake of justice, we have dramatically distorted our understanding of salvation.

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    How can we get people to save more money, eat healthy foods, engage in healthy behaviors, and make better choices in general? There has been a lot written about the fact that human beings do not process information and make decisions in an optimal fashion. This course builds on much of the fascinating work in the area of behavioral economics and allows learners to develop a hands-on approach by understanding its methods and more importantly, how it can be harnessed by suitably designing contexts to “nudge” choice.

    In three modules, learners will be able to a). explain and interpret the principles underlying decision-making and compare the nudging approach to other methods of behavior change, b). learn how to critique, design and interpret the results of experiments; and c). design nudges and decision-tools to help people make better decisions.

    Understanding experimental design and interpretation is central to your ability to truly use behavioral economics and will set you apart from people who merely know about the behavioral research. After the first two weeks learning the basic principles, we will devote two weeks to studying experimental design and analysis, and the final two weeks to understanding processes for designing nudges and for helping people make better decisions.

    You will also witness and participate in weekly topical debates on various topics like “does irrationality impact welfare?” or “what strategy is better for improving welfare – nudging or education?” If you’ve been fascinated with the buzz surrounding behavioral economics but are not sure how to actually use it, this course is for you.

    Several leading scholars, policy makers, business people, authors and commentators will briefly join our debate and discussion sections. These guest lecturers include Professor Sendhil Mullainathan (Harvard University), Professor John Lynch (University of Colorado), Rory Sutherland (Ogilvy Group), Owain Service (Behavioural Insights Team, UK Cabinet Office), Shankar Vedantam (NPR Columnist and Author – The Hidden Brain), Professors Andrew Ching, Avi Goldfarb, Nina Mazar, and Claire Tsai, Min Zhao (University of Toronto) and many others!

  • Melbourne Conversations: Your Brain - How it can change, develop and improve


    Your Brain: How it can change, develop and improve

    An astonishing new scientific discovery called neuroplasticity is overthrowing the centuries-old notion that the adult human brain is fixed and unchanging. It is, instead, able to change its own structure and function, even into old age.

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    A research psychiatrist and psychoanalyst as well as an award-winning writer

    Professor Frederick Mendelsohn AO
    Director of the Howard Florey Institute, Florey Neuroscience Institutes and R Douglas Wright Professor of Experimental Physiology and Medicine at the University of Melbourne

    Ms Emma Burrows
    Currently completing her 3rd year of her PhD studies at the Florey Neuroscience Institute

    Natasha Mitchell
    ABC broadcaster, journalist and writer


    Dr Norman Doidge, M.D.
    Is a research psychiatrist and psychoanalyst on the faculty at the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Centre in New York and the University of Toronto, as well as an award-winning writer. He has presented his scientific research at the White House.

    Professor Frederick Mendelsohn AO
    Is the Director of the Howard Florey Institute, Florey Neuroscience Institutes and R Douglas Wright Professor of Experimental Physiology and Medicine at the University of Melbourne. He is the author of more than 300 research publications and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. His leadership has seen the Howard Florey Institute become Australia's largest neuroscience institute, recognised internationally for its innovative research. Widely recognised for his advocacy of medical research, Professor Mendelsohn also works to raise public awareness of medical research by addressing community and business groups.

    Ms Emma Burrows
    Is currently completing her 3rd year of her PhD studies at the Florey Neuroscience Institute, working with Associate Professor Tony Hannan in the Neural Plasticity laboratory. Through her research she is investigating how an enriched environment can cause changes in the brain.

  • Brain Development: The Difference Between Boys and Girls


    Frances Jensen, MD, Sr. Associate in Medicine & Director of Epilepsy Research at Children's Hospital Boston, talks about gender and brain development. Watch as she explains the differences in the development of the female brain and the male brain and how they affect learning.

  • The Brain Unlocked How To Use Your Brains Untapped Potential To Solve Problems


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  • Why we love our job at Hidden Brains : Get the inside story from the team!


    At Hidden Brains, we offer a challenging and enjoyable environment to our employees and believe that, learning and working with complete ease of mind more important for a sustainable growth.

  • 10. Introduction to Neuroscience I


    (April 21, 2010) Nathan Woodling and Anthony Chung-Ming Ng give a broad overview of the field of neuroscience and how it relates to human biology. They discuss the different lobes of the brain and the cells within as well as neuropharmacology and re-uptake.

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  • How The Arab World Came Apart


    While upheaval may seem like a familiar state of affairs to observers of the Middle East, what has taken place in the last decade and a half is of a different order, says journalist Scott Anderson. In his 2016 article - which for the first time ever took up the entire issue of The New York Times Magazine - he called it a profound unravelling. He joins The Agenda to discuss his new book, Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart.

  • The Aging but Resilient Brain: Keeping Neurons Happy


    (Visit: Joel Kramer, UCSF Professor of Neuropsychology and the Director of the Memory and Aging Center Neuropsychology program. He explores the underlying biological mechanisms of cognitive aging, and interventions that may optimize cognitive functioning as we age. Series: UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public [4/2012] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 23205]

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  • The Unconscious Consumer


    Join Professor Gavan Fitzsimons as he presents The Unconscious Consumer. We will discuss:

    - How much more of consumer choice is driven by factors outside of conscious awareness than we might like to believe

    - Some of the latest findings on how our nonconscious system can help us to eat healthier or lead us to eat far worse than we'd like to

    - Work we've just completed that shows that choosing between brands can substantially reduce people's belief in God.

  • The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson


    Novelist and Finalist for the 2005 PEN/Faulkner Award Jerome Charyn reads from his new novel, The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson. Charyn continues his exploration of American history through fiction in this new novel about Emily Dickinson, in her own voice, with all its characteristic modulations that he learned from her letters and poems. This lecture was presented by the Harvard Book Store and recorded on 3/9/10. View more lectures at:

  • Rebecca Newberger Goldstein: The Existence of God


    Award-winning novelist and MacArthur Fellow Rebecca Newberger Goldstein reads from her new novel 36 Arguments for the Existence of God. This lecture was presented by the Harvard Book Store and recorded on 2/2/10. View more lectures at:

  • Intelligence and the Brain: Recent Advances in Understanding How the Brain Works with Jeff Hawkins


    (Visit: How the brain creates intelligence is viewed by many as the greatest scientific quest of all time. We are living at the time when rapid progress is being made and a comprehensive theory of brain function is emerging. Jeff Hawkins, an inventor, engineer, neuroscientist, author and entrepreneur, presents the big picture of what we know so far and describes recent progress in a core issue: why neurons are arranged as they are in the neocortex, how this arrangement builds models of the world, and how these models make predictions and generate actions. Series: UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lectures [12/2012] [Science] [Show ID: 24411]

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  • 5 Levels of Trust | Roger James Hamilton | Trust Conference 2013


    FULL LENGTH! Roger James Hamilton, creator of Wealth Dynamics explains the 5 Levels of Trust at the 2013 Trust Conference.

  • Can Brain Science Cast Light on Cultural History? - Iain McGilchrist


    There has been a growth in the attempt to apply knowledge about the brain to philosophical problems, much of which is reductive in intent, and involves a category error. Nonetheless it is possible for knowledge of the brain to illuminate aspects of the phenomenal world in which we, as human persons, live. The nature of the attention we pay to the world changes what we find there, and it appears from research into the brains of birds, animals and humans that with the two cerebral hemispheres they pay quite distinct types of attention to the world. At the human level, this has predictable consequences for the nature of the world as experienced that each hemisphere brings into being for us. Each of these 'takes' on the world has its uses, and each needs to be taken into account. Knowledge of the way in which the brain functions cannot in itself answer questions about the ultimate nature of reality, but it can illuminate the problems we may encounter in trying to reach an understanding of the world.
    We also know that individuals can privilege one or other of these ways of bringing the world into being, such that they tend to perceive things in the world, approach the resolution of problems in the world, and conceive of themselves and their world, in a way which suggests a bias towards the view subtended by the functioning of one hemisphere only. Such a view can become the prevailing view of a culture, with important consequences.

  • The Functions of the Brain | SuperSoul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network


    Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor shows Oprah where Dr. Taylor's stroke took place in the brain‰ with an actual human brain. Plus, Dr. Taylor explains the functions of the left and right hemispheres of the brain. For more on #supersoulsunday, visit

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  • What We Still Dont Know: Are We Real?


    Series from Channel 4 featuring Sir Martin Rees.

    There is a fundamental chasm in our understanding of ourselves, the universe, and everything. To solve this, Sir Martin takes us on a mind-boggling journey through multiple universes to post-biological life. On the way we learn of the disturbing possibility that we could be the product of someone elses experiment.

  • Growing up in the Universe Part 1


    Waking up in the universe with Professor Richard Dawkins, 5 part series

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    Gray Matters: Brain Science in the 21st Century


    (October 6, 2012) A panel of thought leaders and scientists explores the developing world of neuroscience and what it means for people on a personal basis. Topics include neuroplasticity and different therapies used to treat stroke victims.

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    With an age gap of nearly 30 years between the presidential candidates, Vedantam says some voters could view John McCain's age as a liability.

  • Yuval Noah Harari: Humans are Losing Touch with the Physical World


    In his book Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, Yuval Noah Harari gives us a future view of human evolution as it develops around new technology.

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  • The Brain Unlocked How to Visualize The Hidden Secrets To Unlocking Your Brain Power


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  • Understanding the Brain: A work in progress - Professor Keith Kendrick


    How billions of interconnected cells in the brain can interpret and regulate all our bodily functions as well as mediate our experiences of interactions with and responses to the world around us is a huge and fascinating question that many different disciplines have attempted to tackle.

    This lecture will consider what we have learned so far about the principles of neural encoding and how they may begin to explain our memories, emotions and conscious awareness.

    The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website:

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    2012 Roundtable at Stanford - Gray Matters: Brain science in the 21st century


    What if you could use sadness to make you more creative, erase bad memories and wipe out stress, keep your brain fit into your 90s, and drastically reduce your risk of Alzheimer's and memory loss?

    The plasticity and capability of the brain has never been better understood. New research is revealing compelling findings that will change the way we think, interact and plan throughout our lives. As longevity and at the same time mental health issues are on the rise, our ability to impact the brain is also increasing.

    Yet these are the very early days, as some put it, of understanding those three pounds of meat inside our heads. How can we apply the new brain science to our own lives, and how is neuroscience in the 21st century going to impact us all?

    Join ABC news correspondent Juju Chang and a panel of distinguished thought leaders and scientists to explore the brave new world of neuroscience and what it means for you and your family.

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  • Economic Inequality in the Ivy League


    This non-profit commercial was created for my 8th grade social studies class. The purpose of this project was to upload a 1-minute video about an issue occurring on in this world. I decided to chose to explain about the economic inequalities within the Ivy League schools. Although this video is a bit rushed, I hope you have a clear understanding about this problem!

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    The Biggest Barrier to Elite Education Isn’t Affordability. It’s Accessibility | TIME.com. Ideas The Biggest Barrier to Elite Education Isnt Affordability Its Accessibility Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Oct. 2014.

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  • How to Strengthen Your Knees


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    Your knees support much of your weight. Exercise can keep your knees healthy by strengthening the muscles surrounding the joints.

    Always consult a physician before attempting any exercise plan.

    Step 1: Strengthen quadriceps
    Do quadriceps exercises. Strong quads make for strong knees. Sit in a chair, back straight, and place a rolled towel under your knees.

    Step 2: Lift leg to horizontal position
    Slowly lift one leg until it is horizontal to the ground, hold it for three seconds, and then slowly return the leg to the beginning position. Repeat with your opposite leg, working up to three sets of 12 to 15 repetitions.

    Joint supplements like glucosamine can help keep your joints supple.

    Step 3: Perform quad leg lifts
    Perform quad leg lifts by lying flat on your back on the floor. Bend one knee to a 90-degree angle.

    Step 4: Lift straight leg
    Lift the straight leg slowly until it is parallel with the bent knee, hold it for three seconds, then slowly return it to the floor. Perform this 10 times, and then repeat with your opposite leg, working up to 10 repetitions.

    Do not exercise the same muscle groups two days in a row.

    Step 5: Perform quad squats
    Perform 12 to 15 quad squats by slowly squatting, keeping your knees at a wider than 90 degree angle. Hold the position for one second, and then slowly return to a standing position.

    Step 6: Strengthen hamstrings
    Do hamstring exercises, which will help strengthen your knees. While on your stomach, place your left foot on your right heel.

    Step 7: Lift right heel
    Slowly lift your right heel up while resisting with your left foot. Hold the position for 10 seconds and return to the beginning position. Complete 10 repetitions; then repeat with your other leg.

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