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10 Questions for Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman
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(2011),
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Psychologist and Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman discusses his new book - 'Thinking, Fast and Slow' - and why our gut instincts are usually wrong.
(2011),
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Adolescense: Cognitive and Moral Development
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(Chicago, IL: Learning Seed), 30 mins
The physical changes of puberty are accompanied by changes in adolescent thinking and moral reasoning. As adolescent thinking becomes more logical and abstract, it is limited by adolescent egocentrism. Additionally, adolescent thinking is enhanced or discouraged by the schooling to which they are exposed. Schools...
(Chicago, IL: Learning Seed), 30 mins
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The Big, the Small, and the Complex: To Remember Better, Build a Mansion in Your Mind
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(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
Joshua Foer, author of Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, walks us through the process of constructing “memory palaces”—an age-old memorization technique currently exploited by the world’s leading memory champs and mental athletes. Psychologist and memory expert Lynn...
(2011),
Source: worldsciencefestival.com
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Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 11, Memory and Identity - Rivka Galchen and David Linden
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with David J. Linden, 1961-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by David J. Linden, 1961-, in Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 11 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 1 hour 4 mins
Novelist Rivka Galchen sought to enter the mind of a psychiatrist in her first prize-winning novel (Atmospheric Disturbances) that addressed memory and identity. Here with Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David Linden, she ventures into her own mind, in particular her memory in search of her literary influences.
with David J. Linden, 1961-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by David J. Linden, 1961-, in Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 11 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 1 hour 4 mins
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Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 20, The Madeleine Syndrome - Ruth Reichl and Paul Rozin
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with Paul Rozin, 1936-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Paul Rozin, 1936-, in Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 20 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 48 mins
Proust's evocation of childhood conjured by the tasting of the scalloped madeleine has become the template for remembrance of things past. But why does taste bring forth memories of such emotional power? Gourmand Ruth Reichl seeks to analyze our taste buds with psychologist Paul Rozin, who returns to Brainwave aft...
with Paul Rozin, 1936-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by Paul Rozin, 1936-, in Brainwave Memory, Season 5, Episode 20 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 48 mins
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Brainwave Memory, Series 5, Episode 12, Committing The Great American Novel To Memory - Scott Shepherd and John Kubie
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with John Kubie, fl. 1990; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by John Kubie, fl. 1990, in Brainwave Memory, Series 5, Episode 12 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 46 mins
Actor Scott Shepherd knows all 47,094 words in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby off by heart. And in the right order. He has 'read' the work countless times as part of Elevator Repair Service's highly acclaimed dramatic presentation of Gatz, shortly to be revived at the Public Theater. The neuroscientist Joh...
with John Kubie, fl. 1990; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art; interview by John Kubie, fl. 1990, in Brainwave Memory, Series 5, Episode 12 (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2012), 46 mins
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Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1, Thanks for the Memories
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directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, in Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 59 mins
Following 22 families from all over Britain, whose children were born in the year 2000, the BBC science department is conducting and filming a huge experiment into how children develop. The children are now two and a half and at the peak of their learning. The 2002 series explores how toddlers learn and how adults...
directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, in Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 59 mins
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Exclusive: The Bunny Effect
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(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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How difficult is it to manufacture someone else's memory? Psychology professor Elizabeth Loftus says it's a whole lot easier than you might think.
(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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Exploration of the Mind: Well-Being with Daniel Kahneman
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(2008),
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Daniel Kahneman is an internationally renowned psychologist whose work spans cognitive psychology, behavioral economics, and the science of well-being. In recognition of his groundbreaking work on human judgment and decision-making, Kahneman received the 2002 Nobel Prize. In this program he explores the idea of ha...
(2008),
Source: www.youtube.com
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Eyewitness Testimony Part 1
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(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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Lesley Stahl reports on flaws in eyewitness testimony that are at the heart of the DNA exonerations of falsely convicted people like Ronald Cotton, who has now forgiven his accuser, Jennifer Thompson.
(Columbia Broadcasting System, 2009),
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