Duke law and philosophy professor Nita Farahany demonstrates how our rapidly growing knowledge of neuroscience is having an impact on our legal understanding.
Neuroscientist Jennifer Groh describes how investigating how the brain coordinates sensory perceptions gives rise to an intriguing evolutionary hypothesis.
York psychologist Ellen Bialystok on how neuroplasticity directly addresses the debate of to what extent our thoughts are influenced by the language we speak.
Duke University neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis describes how his pioneering experiments controlling monkey thoughts confirm his theory of how the brain works.
Northeastern University psychologist Lisa Feldman Barrett on how harnessing theory of knowledge can deepen one’s understanding of emotions.
Renowned memory scientist Elizabeth Loftus describes her groundbreaking research on the malleability of memory.
Psychologist Diana Deutsch, UC San Diego, and her investigations into how we experience sound and music.