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The best thing to do for your brain | David Eagleman on The TED Interview

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This is a clip from an episode of The TED Interview podcast. Full episode here:    • Unlocking the mysteries of our brain ...  

David Eagleman is a neuroscientist who decodes the web of neurons and electricity that make our minds tick–and make us human. In this episode of The TED Interview podcast, Eagleman shares tips on how to be a good steward to your brain so that you can build mental resilience. Listen to the rest of the episode where Eagleman explains the mysteries of the brain, considers consciousness, and what it means to be human.

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Unlocking the mysteries of our brain | David Eagleman

The way that our brain perceives the world is profoundly informed by our senses–so what would happen if we could heighten them—or even create a whole NEW sense? In one of his last episodes as host of the show, Chris Anderson kicks off our series on the future of intelligence by interviewing neuroscientist and author David Eagleman. They’ll decode the mysteries of the brain, consider consciousness and what it means to be human, and dig deep into David’s groundbreaking research on how wearable technology can bypass sensory impairment, translating sound into patterns of vibration for the deaf and hard of hearing.


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