The Neuroscience Of Behavior With Friederike Fabritius

TTL 784 | Behavioral Neuroscience

The Neuroscience Of Behavior With Friederike Fabritius

Why do people behave the way they do? The answer can be found in the brain. When you understand the brain, you can understand people, not just what they do but why they do it. Joining Dr. Diane Hamilton today to share her expertise on the matters of the brain is Friederike Fabritius, a keynote speaker, award-winning author, and neuroscientist trained at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research. It’s easy to become frustrated by people who are different from ourselves, but when you know how our brains drive our behaviors, you’ll have more appreciation for other people’s behavior and lead better and happier lives.

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TTL 776 | Brain Science

Brain Science: Accessing The Brain And Its Functions Ethically With Dr. James Giordano

The brain is, in the words of Emily Dickinson, wider than the sky. Since the discovery of the brain in 17th century BC, man has been developing new tools to assess the brain. On today’s podcast, Dr. Diane Hamilton brings on Dr. James Giordano to talk about the neuroethical aspect of brain science, digging deep into the brain science of morality and ethics and the ethical, legal, and social issues that arise in and from neuroscience and its varied applications in biomedicine, public life, and daily occupational pursuits. Dr. Giordano is a full Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry, Chief of the Neuroethics Program, and Co-director of the program in Brain Science and Global Law and Policy at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC. He has over 300 publications in brain science, ethics and biosecurity.

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TTL 542 | Brain Science

The Brain Science Of Perception, Virtual Reality, And Curiosity with Dr. Todd Maddox

Perception is dependent on the individual. Although we may be in the same world, we still perceive reality differently. CEO and Founder of Cognitive Design and Statistical Consulting LLC, Dr. Todd Maddox, dives deep into the brain science of perception and virtual reality while tapping into curiosity. He takes us from a neurochemical standpoint and discusses how our perceptions could affect working with many different cultures and people. Dr. Maddox discusses where understanding and respect come into play, and how it removes the system of harassment that targets others. He also shares his insights on AI and augmented reality and the way they disrupt corporate learning with cultural immersion.