Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of insight
Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuroanatomist who observed herself having a stroke, recovered creatively by making stained glass brains, gained insights on emotions and time and wrote a terrific memoir about it all. At TED she shares lessons learned through her altered perceptions (most importantly, being in the moment). This is a great talk that received a standing ovation.
|Producer: TED Talks||Featuring: Jill Bolte Taylor|
|Format: Flash, mp4, mp3||Date: 27/02/08|
Tags:advocacy, bipolar, brain, cognitive, memoir, neuroanatomy, perception, recovery, schizophrenia, stroke, TED, video|
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