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The Human Brain in the Age of Insight

– Eminent neuroscientist and Nobel laureate Eric Kandel in a recorded livestream from Big Think, interviewed about creativity and the brain, the challenges facing neuroscience research, differences between the brain and computers, imaging, and questions from viewers. “Understanding the human brain is the most important task that confronts us, both from an intellectual point of view and a medical point of view. We’re now at the verge of a major advance,” he says. Check out his new book, The Age of Insight. Click the image above or this link to view video.

Producer: Big Think Featuring: Eric Kandel
Format: Flash, HD Date: 22/03/12
Length: 00:17:04  
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http://bigthink.com/big-think-tv/the-human-brain-in-the-age-of-insight-eric-kandel-live-on-big-think
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    Last reviewed: 28 Mar 2012

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Kiume, S. (2012). Neuroscientist Eric Kandel Thinking Big. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 29, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/channeln/2012/03/neuroscientist-eric-kandel-thinking-big/

 

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