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Brain myths exploded
Neuroscientist and Adjunct Professor of Psychology Indre Viskontas lectures on popular beliefs about the brain, and the truths behind them.
|Series||The great courses. Science. Psychology, Great courses (Compact disc)|
|LC Classifications||QP376 .V57 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[sound recording] :|
|Pagination||12 audio discs (12 hr.)|
|Number of Pages||12|
|ISBN 10||1629973718, 1501960156|
|ISBN 10||9781629973715, 9781501960154|
I have a new book out! Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience was released in early View my projects -> Ross Benoliel and Indre Viskontas in Daniel Felsenfeld's "The Bloody Chamber." Opera Grows in Brooklyn. Photo by Matt Gray, (c) American Opera Projects. Three brain myths are repeated on an almost daily basis in news stories around the world. Let’s consider them one by one in the hopes that we can finally squash them.
Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience is an eye-opening, rewarding course in which Dr. Viskontas guides you through the neuroscience of everyday life, separating myth from reality, fact from fiction, and truth from falsehood. Each of these 24 lectures focuses on a single powerful, prevalent brain myth, and uses it as a launch pad from. Both of these things put together have resulted in many myths about the brain. Most aren't completely off -- we just haven't quite heard the whole story. Let's look at 10 myths that have been circulating about the brain, starting with, of all things, its color.
Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience Audible Audiobook – Original recording The Great Courses (Author, Publisher), Indre Viskontas (Narrator, Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Audiobook. Brain Myth Exploded J Dear Doctor: I’m always on the lookout for popular press commentary on the brain, and I found a cool quickie video on the MSN Tech Insider, entitled, “A Neurologist Reveals The Biggest Myth About The Brain.”.
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Lecture Title — Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience Lecturer — Professor Indre Viskontas, Ph.D. University of California Los Angeles These are twenty-four lectures about neuroscience structured to focus on popular understandings of the way our brains work. The title of "Brain Myths Exploded" is a bit of hyperbole to capture the attention of the audience, but in reality it is /5.
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The Brain For an in-depth introduction to the brain, including how it transmits information, start here. Indre Viskontas is a sought-after science communicator across all mediums. She co-hosted the 6-episode docuseries Miracle Detectives on the Oprah Winfrey Network and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, major radio stations across the US, including several appearances on the NPR program City Arts & Lectures and The Sunday Edition on the CBC in Canada.
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Find books. Top Ten Myths About the Brain When it comes to this complex, mysterious, fascinating organ, what do—and don’t—we know. Repeated in pop culture for a century, the notion that humans only use.
Indre Viskontas – Brain Myths Exploded. Genre: Author: Much of the layperson’s knowledge of the brain is predicated on a lack of understanding about this mysterious organ. To start building a more straightforward, accurate understanding of current breakthroughs in neuroscience, you have to start by shattering popular brain myths.
Belief in psychological myths about the brain and child development — such as the idea that a brain injury can turn a quiet, hard-working man into an impulsive brute or that most toddlers go.
well worth listening to Brain Myths Exploded This great course, Brain Myths Exploded, is well read. Her voice is nice and she makes it so interesting to pay attention to and learn from what she shares with us. I've learned a lot from this course too/5(36).
These myths include the idea that you’re only tapping 10% of your brain’s potential; that creative people are dominated by the right side of their brain; that your brain is perfectly capable of juggling multiple tasks simultaneously; that there’s a hidden message in your dreams; and that our dependence on technology is making us less and less intelligent, just to name a few.
10 Brain Myths Busted. It's going to take more than 10 percent of your brain to read this story. November 2, More Health. Latest. Health. Brain Myths exploded. This lecture series which I created in collaboration with The Great Courses will help you gain a deeper understanding of your own mind.
There are a lot of myths out there, but the truth is even more interesting. Get this from a library. Brain myths exploded: lessons from neuroscience. [Indre Viskontas; Teaching Company,; Recorded Books, LLC.] -- Neuroscientist and Adjunct Professor of Psychology Indre Viskontas lectures on popular beliefs about the brain, and the truths behind them.
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Get this from a library. Brain myths exploded: lessons from neuroscience. [Indre Viskontas; Teaching Company.] -- Neuroscientist and Adjunct Professor of Psychology Indre Viskontas lectures on popular beliefs about the brain, and the truths behind them.
Brain Myths Exploded. Lessons from Neuroscience. By: you have to start by shattering popular brain myths. Each of these 24 lectures takes as its focus a single powerful, prevalent brain myth, and uses it as a launch pad from which to explore myriad topics in neuroscience: decision making, memory, dreams, emotions, neuroplasticity.
Brain myth: We only use 10 percent of our brain "This is a brain myth you frequently hear but it's grossly false," says Rimas V. Lukas, MD, neuro-oncologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in.With its 86 billion neurons and hundreds of trillions of intricate connections, the human brain is mystifyingly complex.
Which explains why, despite lightning-fast advancements in neuroscience, there’s still a lot that we don’t understand. And even what we think we understand may not be. To build a more accurate understanding of the brain, you should start by shattering popular myths. Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience is an eye-opening journey into the neuroscience of everyday life.4/5(57).