Neuroscience

A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of neuroscience.

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How to hear the world through your back

“We’re interested in how we can feed information to the brain via unusual sensory channels,” says David Eagleman, as he leans back in his chair and sips his cup of tea. The neur...

Can prison be a place of redemption?

In 1991, Shaka Senghor shot and killed a man. Yes, his is a story of atonement and rehabilitation — but it didn’t always look like things would go that way. As he says in his T...
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Video playlists about Neuroscience

How does my brain work?

9 talks • 2h 20m
How exactly does the brain -- a 3-pound snarl of nervous tissue -- create inspired inventions, the feeling of hunger, the experience of beauty, the sense of self? Researchers at the edge of science explain …

All kinds of minds

9 talks • 2h 12m
These powerful stories shatter preconceived notions about mental illness, and pose the provocative question: What can the world learn from different kinds of minds?

The autism spectrum

8 talks • 2h 05m
As autism diagnoses rise, it’s become a topic many are thinking about. Here, talks on the science of autism, as well as first-person accounts from those living with it.

Our brains: predictably irrational

12 talks • 3h 19m
The 3 pounds of jelly in our skulls allow us to reflect on our own consciousness -- and to make counterintuitive, irrational decisions. These talks explore why.

Talks about Neuroscience

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