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I will be speaking at the American Humanist Association Annual Conference 2015 – Denver, CO
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Here is a link to last month's episode.
BSP 116 is an interview with Dr. Norman Doidge about his new book The Brain's Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity. In his previous bestseller, The Brain That Changes Itself, Dr. Doidge featured that scientific pioneers who proved that our brains remain plastic throughout our lives. In his new book he features clinicians who are exploring new treatment approaches that tap into tha...
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Thanks much for the inspration. As an Electrical Engineer, It was interesting to hear words like Transducer, Modulation, Digital, Circuit, Electricity ... by others :)
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I have posted a rebuttal to PZ Meyers accusing Norman Doidge of being a Neuroplasticity Huckster in Pharyngula http://buff.ly/1FiCmFf
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UCSF’s Merzenich Wins Russ Prize, Bioengineering’s Highest Honor
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New Podcast BSP 114 Eighth Annual Review Episode - The Brain Science Podcast celebrated its eighth anniversary on December 5, 2014, which makes this our 8th annual review episode. Topics discussed in 2014 included brain plasticity, the interaction of cognition and emotion, sleep, consciousness, "neuromania," exercise and the brain, and mirror neurons. This episode provides a review for regular listeners and gives new listeners an idea of what's available in episodes 105... http://ow.ly/2SseEN
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BrainHQ features recent Brain Science Podcast about brain plasticity with The Dalai Lama
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New Podcast BSP 117: Michael Gazzaniga, father of cognitive neuroscience http://ow.ly/2WjJ7W
BSP 117 is an interview with pioneering neuroscientist Dr. Michael Gazzaniga about his new autobiography Tales from Both Sides of the Brain: A Life in Neuroscience.
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The numbers are in: As many as two in three smokers will die from their habit, Australian study concludes -- ScienceDaily
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Alva Noë's take on the Connectome: Making A Brain Map That We Can Use from NPR Blog
Commentator Alva Noë examines whether the quest to model the brain at the level of the individual neuron — the connectome project — is looking for understanding in the wrong place.
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New Podcast BSP 115 Evan Thompson: Eastern Philosophy meets Western Neuroscience http://ow.ly/2U57Pi
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Empowering patients: Emergency department palliative care
There's been a marked shift toward providing palliative care for critically ill patients in the emergency department.
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The show for everyone who has a brain!
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The Brain Science Podcast was launched in 2006 by Dr. Ginger Campbell. Our goal is to share neuroscience with people from all sorts of backgrounds. Our listeners vary from high school students to working neuroscientists and as of late 2012 the show had over 4 million downloads.

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