The Brain – Talks, Conferences on YouTube

  • The Neuroscience of Emotions, 62.10 min, Uploaded by GoogleTechTalks on Oct 13, 2008;
  • Transform Your Mind, Change Your Brain, 65.21 min, Uploaded by GoogleTechTalks on Sep 28, 2009;
  • Brain Imaging between psychiatry and the law, 4.17 min, Uploaded by neuromediacorner on May 26, 2009: Interview with Amedeo Santosuosso, judge at the Milan Court of Appeal and professor at the Pavia’s University (IT) and , during the bid-workshop “brains in dialogue on brain imaging, 17-18 March 2009, Cambridge. Website: Neuromedia Corner;  
  • The Brain and The Law, 34.17 min, Uploaded by UChannel on May 27, 2009: Neuroscientist Dr David Eagleman considers some emerging questions relating to law and neuroscience, challenging long-held assumptions in criminality and punishment and predicting a radical new future for the legal system. (Apr 21, 2009 at the RSA) …
  • David Eagleman on CHOICE, 32.12 min, Uploaded by FQXi on Oct 4, 2011: David Eagleman at the FQXi SETTING TIME ARIGHT conference, an interdisciplinary meeting investigating the nature of time. Website;
  • Brain Imaging and Evolution (human mind), 57.16 min, Uploaded by (University of California Television) UCtv, on Jan 22, 2008: UCSD cognitive scientist Martin Sereno takes you on a captivating exploration of the brain’s structure and function as revealed through investigations with new advanced imaging techniques and understandings of evolution …
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, 186.10 min, Uploaded by Alvinmediashare1 on Jan 24, 2012: The Seven Habits is a holistic, integrated, principle-centered approach for solving personal and professional problems;
  • Nancy Kanwisher: What Can Brain Imaging – Tell Us About the Developing Child’s Brain? 35.13 min, Uploaded by MIT techtv on Jun 16, 2010: Nancy Kanwisher uses brain imaging and behavioral tests to study how different regions of the brain contribute to our perception of the visual world. In this talk, Nancy shares what her lab has discovered about how the adult brain perceives faces. For more information about the McGovern Institute, please visit our website;
  • Imaging the Brain, Reading the Mind, Uploaded by NorthwesternU on Dec 12, 2007: Imaging the Brain, Reading the Mind is a Northwestern University public outreach program to help the general public understand the impact of cutting-edge brain imaging technology on human health, law, and ethics. Experts discuss – in plain English – the scientific and social issues surrounding the use of advanced brain-imaging technology … Intro, 3.34 min; Farah, 42.02 min; Mesulam, 51.54 min.

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