Learn how to find the truth in an endless stream of misleading and manipulated information from award-winning neuroscientist and best-selling author Daniel Levitin.
Do you text and tweet and post and drive and check your email and do all this multitasking? Do you realize what it’s doing to your brain? Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin has the surprising answer.
We are drowning in data with expectations to make more complex and faster decisions than ever before. Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin says this is a really bad habit for our brains. Get his tips for getting out of this trap.
He’s one of the brightest — and most famous — scientific minds in the world today. The fascinating Dr. Michio Kaku shares some of the latest findings about the mind and how the stuff of science fiction is become reality.
Author and journalist David McRaney has distilled all the scientific research that’s been done over the past 30 years about the brain, and, in a strange, somewhat twisted way, he’s helping create an instruction manual on being a person.
Is there life after death? A widely regarded neurosurgeon — and a lifelong skeptic — has written one of the most compelling arguments yet in support of an afterlife. Find out what happened while he was in a coma that made him a believer.
Think it’s too late to learn that skill you’ve always dreamed about pursuing? Think again. An NYU psychologist says a growing field of research proves you can learn anything at any age, from learning to play an instrument to speaking a new language.
UCLA psychiatrist and researcher Rebecca Gladding, M.D., says it’s possible to change lifelong bad habits and decision-making patterns by learning to listen to our minds instead of our brains. She explains.
She’s an actress who, these days, is as famous for her incredible memory as her impressive body of work. She’s also a passionate advocate for living and eating well. Find out what she’s learned about recovering memories and boosting your brainpower.
One of the pioneers in the field of accelerated learning says not only do we not have to accept the notion that our memory will naturally decrease with age, we can fight it and even do specific things to improve brain power. Find out how.