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BSP 98 The Autistic Brain

2013-06-29 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 50s

Episode 98 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum by Temple Grandin, with Richard Panek. I am hoping to do a follow-up interview with Dr. Grandin in the near future.

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

We are currently taking listener submission for our upcoming 100th episode. These submissions and all other feedback can be send to brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com.

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BSP 97 Neuroanthropology

2013-05-21 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 97 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Daniel H. Lende and Greg Downey, editors of "The Encultured Brain: An Introduction to Neuroanthropology." We talk about how this new field aspires to create a two-way dialogue between anthropology and neuroscience and how neuroanthropology hopes to contribute to our understanding of how the human brain creates the diversity seen across cultures.

Go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com for complete show notes and episode transcripts.

The Brain Science Podcast is nearing its 100th episode! We are taking audio submissions from listeners at brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com.

Please nominate the Brain Science Podcast as one of the best science podcasts at http://www.thesciencestudio.org.

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BSP 96 Robert Burton's "Skeptic's Guide to the Mind"

2013-04-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 59s

Episode 96 is an interview with Robert Burton "A Skeptic's Guide to the Mind: What Neuroscience Can and Cannot Tell Us About Ourselves." This book expands on the ideas he presented in "On Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not," which was featured in episodes 42 and 43.

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send email to brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com.

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BSP 95 Understanding Pain Part 2

2013-03-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 37s

BSP 95 is Part 2 of our discussion of "Understanding Pain: Exploring the Perception of Pain" by Fernando Cervero. Dr. Cervero was interviewed in BSP 93 and today's episode discusses some of the key ideas of his book. Although this is labeled "Part 2" these episodes can be consumed in either order.

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts please visit our website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com. The website has recently been completely redesigned and listener feedback is appreciated. Send email to brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is sponsored by Audible.com. This month's recommended book is Guitar Zero: The New Musician and the Science of Learning by Gary Marcus.

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BSP 94: Linguist Benjamin Bergen

2013-02-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 94 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Bejamin Bergen, author of "Louder Than Words: The New Science of How the Mind Makes Meaning."

Please visit our newly redesigned website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com for complete show notes and free episode transcripts.

Send feedback to brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com.

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Extra: Why Animal Emotions Matter

2013-02-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

This episode is a followup interview with Dr. Jaak Panksepp, pioneer of Affective Neuroscience. In a recent episode of the Brain Science Podcast we talked with Dr. Panksepp about his latest book "The Archaeology of Mind: Neuroevolutionary Origins of Human Emotions." In this episode of Books and Ideas we talk about the implications of his research with a focus on how learning that we share basic emotional circuits with other mammals should influence how we treat the animals in our lives. 

Full show notes and free episode transcripts are available at http://booksandideas.com.

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The main brain website is http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 93: Pain (Part 1)

2013-01-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 93 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Fernando Cervero. Dr. Cervero is the current president of the international Association for the Study of Pain and author of "Understanding Pain: Exploring the Perception of Pain."

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 92 Neuroscience Review

2012-12-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 40s

Episode 92 is the Sixth Annual Review Episode of the Brain Science Podcast. If you have been listening all year you will find this is a great way to revisit and remember some highlights and key ideas. IF you are a new listener this episode provides a nice overview of 2012, which included 10 interviews and 2 additional book reviews. Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com for links to all the episodes and the free episode transcripts.

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BSP 91: Jaak Panksepp on the Origins of Emotions

2012-11-30 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 91 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Jaak Panksepp, author of the pioneering textbook "Affective Neuroscience." In this episode we talk about his latest book "The Archaeology of Mind: Neuroevolutionary Origins of Human Emotions." For decades Dr. Panksepp has been compiling evidence that the primary emotional processes begin in the lower (older) parts of the brain that are shared by all mammals. This latest book updates that evidence. Panksepp's work has the potential to revolutionalize neuroscience, much in the way that the discovery of brain plasticity over turned longstanding assumptions about the brain.

Complete show notes and free episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

You can send Dr. Campbell email at gincampbell at mac dot com.

The music used in this episode is "The Open Door" by Beatnik Turtle.

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BSP 90 How the Brain becomes Conscious

2012-11-02 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 90 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of "Self Comes To Mind: Constructing the Conscious Brain" by Antonio Damasio. Damasio's book focuses on the answer to two key questions: How does the brain generate the Mind? and How does the Brain generate Consciousness? His approach is unusual because many scientists and writers treat the Mind and Consciousness as identical. In contrast, Damasio argues that Mind proceeds Consciousness. Listen to this podcast to learn how the Mind becomes Conscious.

For episode shownotes, including references and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send Dr. Campbell email at gincampbell at mac dot com or follow her on Twitter: @docartemis.

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BSP 89: Evan Thompson, author of "Mind in Life"

2012-10-02 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 89 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Evan Thompson, author of Mind in Life: Biology, Phenomenology, and the Sciences of Mind.

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 89: Evan Thompson, author of "Mind in Life"

2012-10-02 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 89 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Evan Thompson, author of Mind in Life: Biology, Phenomenology, and the Sciences of Mind.

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 88 Bruce Hood "The Self Illusion"

2012-09-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 88 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Bruce Hood, author of "The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity."

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 88 Bruce Hood "The Self Illusion"

2012-09-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 88 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Bruce Hood, author of "The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity."

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 87 Brain Aging with Patricia Greenwood.

2012-07-30 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

Episode 87 is an interview with Dr. Patricia Greenwood, co-author of "Nurturing the Older Brain and Mind." Our focus is on dispelling some of the most stuborn myths about brain aging as well as reviewing the current research about brain plasticity. There are lots of claims being made, especially for various computer training products, but we talk about what the research really shows.

For more information including detailed show notes and free episode transcripts please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com or follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/docartemis.

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BSP 87 Brain Aging with Patricia Greenwood.

2012-07-30 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

Episode 87 is an interview with Dr. Patricia Greenwood, co-author of "Nurturing the Older Brain and Mind." Our focus is on dispelling some of the most stuborn myths about brain aging as well as reviewing the current research about brain plasticity. There are lots of claims being made, especially for various computer training products, but we talk about what the research really shows.

For more information including detailed show notes and free episode transcripts please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com or follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/docartemis.

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Extra: Terrence Deacon on Books and Ideas

2012-07-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 47 of Books and Ideas is being released simultaneously in the Brain Science Podcast feed. It is an interview with Terrence Deacon, PhD., author of "Incomplete Nature: How Mind Emerged from Matter." We talk about the ongoing quest to explain the emergence of life, mind, and purpose using the known laws of physics (with out the need for any supernatural extras).

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts please visit http://booksandideas.com/.

You can send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com or post feed on the Books and Ideas Fan Page on Facebook.

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Extra: Terrence Deacon on Books and Ideas

2012-07-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 47 of Books and Ideas is being released simultaneously in the Brain Science Podcast feed. It is an interview with Terrence Deacon, PhD., author of "Incomplete Nature: How Mind Emerged from Matter." We talk about the ongoing quest to explain the emergence of life, mind, and purpose using the known laws of physics (with out the need for any supernatural extras).

For complete show notes and free episode transcripts please visit http://booksandideas.com/.

You can send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com or post feed on the Books and Ideas Fan Page on Facebook.

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BSP 86 Rachel Herz on Disgust

2012-06-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 86 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Rachel Herz about her latest book "That's Disgusting: Unraveling the Mysteries of Repulsion."

For show notes and free episode transcripts go http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

Please note: I have rated this episode as Explicit because there a brief discussion of sexuality.

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BSP 86 Rachel Herz on Disgust

2012-06-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 86 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Rachel Herz about her latest book "That's Disgusting: Unraveling the Mysteries of Repulsion."

For show notes and free episode transcripts go http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

Please note: I have rated this episode as Explicit because there a brief discussion of sexuality.

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Dr. Campbell's eBook Announcement

2012-06-14 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

A few days ago I released my first eBook: Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty. It is based on a couple of my favorite episodes of the Brain Science Podcast. It is available internationally via Amazon.com in the Kindle format. IBook and Nook versions will be coming soon, but anyone who buys the Kindle version now can get the PDF version for free by emailing me a copy of their Amazon receipt.

The next Brain Science Podcast will be out at the end of June.

My email is gincampbell at mac dot com.

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Dr. Campbell's eBook Announcement

2012-06-14 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

A few days ago I released my first eBook: Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty. It is based on a couple of my favorite episodes of the Brain Science Podcast. It is available internationally via Amazon.com in the Kindle format. IBook and Nook versions will be coming soon, but anyone who buys the Kindle version now can get the PDF version for free by emailing me a copy of their Amazon receipt.

The next Brain Science Podcast will be out at the end of June.

My email is gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 85 Connectome with Sebastian Seung

2012-05-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 47s

Episode 85 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Sebastian Seung, author of Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are.

Get detailed show notes and free episode transcripts at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 85 Connectome with Sebastian Seung

2012-05-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 47s

Episode 85 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Sebastian Seung, author of Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are.

Get detailed show notes and free episode transcripts at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 84 Christof Koch on Consciousness

2012-04-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 44s

Episode 84 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Christof Koch, PhD. Dr. Koch is one of the pioneers in the scientific study of consciousness. This is his second appearance on the Brain Science Podcast, and during this interview we talk about his new book Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist, as well as the latest project at the Allen Institute for Brain Research.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 84 Christof Koch on Consciousness

2012-04-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 44s

Episode 84 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Christof Koch, PhD. Dr. Koch is one of the pioneers in the scientific study of consciousness. This is his second appearance on the Brain Science Podcast, and during this interview we talk about his new book Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist, as well as the latest project at the Allen Institute for Brain Research.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 83: William Uttal

2012-03-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 83 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with William Uttal, PhD, author of "Mind and Brain: A Critical Appraisal of Cognitive Neuroscience." We look critically at the current role of brain imaging and why it falls short as a tool for unraveling the mystery of how mind emerges from the brain.

For detailed show notes, including a free episode transcript go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com. She is also @docartemis on Twitter.

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BSP 83: William Uttal

2012-03-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 83 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with William Uttal, PhD, author of "Mind and Brain: A Critical Appraisal of Cognitive Neuroscience." We look critically at the current role of brain imaging and why it falls short as a tool for unraveling the mystery of how mind emerges from the brain.

For detailed show notes, including a free episode transcript go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com. She is also @docartemis on Twitter.

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BSP 82: How Mind Emerges from Brain

2012-02-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 82 of the Brain Science Podcast is a detailed discussion of "Who's in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain" by Michael S. Gazzaniga. In this discussion you will learn why respected neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga believes that we are responsible agents and that this is not changed by learning that much of what our brain does is outside our conscious awareness. We will also discuss why he believes that an appreciation for how the mind emerges from the brain is the key to developing new ways of looking at longstanding questions about freedom and responsibility.

For detailed show notes, references, and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to show host, Ginger Campbell, MD at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 82: How Mind Emerges from Brain

2012-02-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 82 of the Brain Science Podcast is a detailed discussion of "Who's in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain" by Michael S. Gazzaniga. In this discussion you will learn why respected neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga believes that we are responsible agents and that this is not changed by learning that much of what our brain does is outside our conscious awareness. We will also discuss why he believes that an appreciation for how the mind emerges from the brain is the key to developing new ways of looking at longstanding questions about freedom and responsibility.

For detailed show notes, references, and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to show host, Ginger Campbell, MD at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 81 Patricia Churchland on Neuroscience and Morality

2012-01-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 81 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with philosopher Patricia Churchland about her 2011 book "Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tells Us about Morality." Professor Churchland was also interviewed back in BSP 55.

For detail show notes, links, and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 81 Patricia Churchland on Neuroscience and Morality

2012-01-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 81 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with philosopher Patricia Churchland about her 2011 book "Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tells Us about Morality." Professor Churchland was also interviewed back in BSP 55.

For detail show notes, links, and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 80 Fifth Annual Review Episode

2011-12-30 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 43s

In BSP 80 we look back at Year 5 of the Brain Science Podcast. We also reflect on what we have learned about brain health. This episode contains useful information for both new listeners and long-time fans.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 80 Fifth Annual Review Episode

2011-12-30 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 43s

In BSP 80 we look back at Year 5 of the Brain Science Podcast. We also reflect on what we have learned about brain health. This episode contains useful information for both new listeners and long-time fans.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 79 Miguel Nicolelis on Brain Machine Interfaces

2011-12-03 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 79 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Miguel Nicolelis author of "Beyond Boundaries: The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines---and How It Will Change Our Lives." We explore how his work is challenging some long-held assumptions about how the brain works.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 79 Miguel Nicolelis on Brain Machine Interfaces

2011-12-03 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 79 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Miguel Nicolelis author of "Beyond Boundaries: The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines---and How It Will Change Our Lives." We explore how his work is challenging some long-held assumptions about how the brain works.

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 78 Brain Machine Interfaces

2011-11-04 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 19s

In BSP 78 host Dr. Ginger Campbell provides a short discussion of "Beyond Boundaries: The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines---and How It Will Change Our Lives" by Miguel Nicolelis. Dr. Nicolelis is best known for his work showing that a monkey can control a robot arm using only its brain. The focus of this episode is on what this work means for our understanding of how the brain works.

Detailed show notes and transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 78 Brain Machine Interfaces

2011-11-04 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 19s

In BSP 78 host Dr. Ginger Campbell provides a short discussion of "Beyond Boundaries: The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines---and How It Will Change Our Lives" by Miguel Nicolelis. Dr. Nicolelis is best known for his work showing that a monkey can control a robot arm using only its brain. The focus of this episode is on what this work means for our understanding of how the brain works.

Detailed show notes and transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP Extra: Cognitive Dissonance with Dr. Carol Tavris

2011-10-04 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

I am putting Episode 43 of Books and Ideas into the Brain Science Podcast feed because it should be of interest to BSP fans. This episode is an interview with Carol Tavris, PhD, co-author of . We talk about the relationship between psychology and neuroscience as well as cognitive dissonance, which is the subject of Dr. Tavris's recent book Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts.

For detailed show notes including references and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP Extra: Cognitive Dissonance with Dr. Carol Tavris

2011-10-04 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

I am putting Episode 43 of Books and Ideas into the Brain Science Podcast feed because it should be of interest to BSP fans. This episode is an interview with Carol Tavris, PhD, co-author of . We talk about the relationship between psychology and neuroscience as well as cognitive dissonance, which is the subject of Dr. Tavris's recent book Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts.

For detailed show notes including references and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 77 Neurobiology of Placebos

2011-09-19 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

This episode introduces the neurobiology of placebos, a complext, but fascinating area of research.BSP 77 is an interview with Fabrizio Benedetti author of "Placebo Effects: Understanding the mechanisms in health and disease" and "The Patient's Brain: The neuroscience behind the doctor-patient relationship."

For details show notes, including references and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Corrections:

32:48 only NON-members are eligible to get a free audiobook download from our sponsor at http://audiblepodcast.com/brainscience/.

59:11 Dr. Benedetti’s first book is called Placebo Effects, not Placebo “responses”.

Link to show notes (also corrected): http://www.brainsciencepodcast.com/bsp/neurobiology-of-placebos-with-fabrizio-benedetti-bsp-77.html

Please send feedback and comments to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 77 Neurobiology of Placebos

2011-09-19 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

This episode introduces the neurobiology of placebos, a complext, but fascinating area of research.BSP 77 is an interview with Fabrizio Benedetti author of "Placebo Effects: Understanding the mechanisms in health and disease" and "The Patient's Brain: The neuroscience behind the doctor-patient relationship."

For details show notes, including references and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Corrections:

32:48 only NON-members are eligible to get a free audiobook download from our sponsor at http://audiblepodcast.com/brainscience/.

59:11 Dr. Benedetti’s first book is called Placebo Effects, not Placebo “responses”.

Link to show notes (also corrected): http://www.brainsciencepodcast.com/bsp/neurobiology-of-placebos-with-fabrizio-benedetti-bsp-77.html

Please send feedback and comments to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 76 How to Avoid Choking under Pressure

2011-08-18 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 76 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Sian Beilock, Director of the Human Performance Labortory at the University of Chicago and author of "Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal About Getting It Right When You Have To."

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 76 How to Avoid Choking under Pressure

2011-08-18 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 76 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Sian Beilock, Director of the Human Performance Labortory at the University of Chicago and author of "Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal About Getting It Right When You Have To."

For detailed show notes and free episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 75 The Secret LIves of the Brain

2011-07-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 42s

Episode 75 is an interview with David Eagleman, author of "Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain."

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 75 The Secret LIves of the Brain

2011-07-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 42s

Episode 75 is an interview with David Eagleman, author of "Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain."

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP Summer Update

2011-06-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 13s

The next full episode of the Brain Science Podcast will be out next week. This short podcast contains useful information for all listeners. There is specific information for new listeners and also information about how to use http://brainsciencepodcast.com to learn more about each episode.

To listen to Dr. Campbell's talk "Why Neuroscience Matters" be sure to subscribe to Books and Ideas in iTunes or download the talk at http://booksandideas.com/.

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BSP Summer Update

2011-06-28 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 13s

The next full episode of the Brain Science Podcast will be out next week. This short podcast contains useful information for all listeners. There is specific information for new listeners and also information about how to use http://brainsciencepodcast.com to learn more about each episode.

To listen to Dr. Campbell's talk "Why Neuroscience Matters" be sure to subscribe to Books and Ideas in iTunes or download the talk at http://booksandideas.com/.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP 74 Brain Networks with Olaf Sporn

2011-05-31 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 74 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Olaf Sporns, author of Networks of the Brain, which is a comprehensive introduction to the application of Network Theory to Neuroscience. Network Theory is an important tool for dealing with the massive amounts of data being generated by our current technology. We discuss basic concepts and also explore some of the interesting discoveries that are being generated by this approach.

For detailed show notes, including links and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is hosted by Ginger Campbell, MD. You may contact her at gincampbell at mac dot com or leave voice mail at 205-202-0663.

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BSP 74 Brain Networks with Olaf Sporn

2011-05-31 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 74 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Olaf Sporns, author of Networks of the Brain, which is a comprehensive introduction to the application of Network Theory to Neuroscience. Network Theory is an important tool for dealing with the massive amounts of data being generated by our current technology. We discuss basic concepts and also explore some of the interesting discoveries that are being generated by this approach.

For detailed show notes, including links and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is hosted by Ginger Campbell, MD. You may contact her at gincampbell at mac dot com or leave voice mail at 205-202-0663.

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BSP 73: Embodied Cognition with Lawrence Shapiro

2011-03-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 73 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Lawrence Shapiro from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Shapiro is the author of Embodied Cognition, which is an introduction to an approach that some researchers feel is a challenge to more established approaches to cognitive science that focus on representation and computation.

For complete show notes, including links to related episodes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Join our new Discussion Forum at Goodreads.com or send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com. Leave voicemail at 205-202-0663.

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BSP 73: Embodied Cognition with Lawrence Shapiro

2011-03-25 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

Episode 73 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Lawrence Shapiro from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Shapiro is the author of Embodied Cognition, which is an introduction to an approach that some researchers feel is a challenge to more established approaches to cognitive science that focus on representation and computation.

For complete show notes, including links to related episodes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Join our new Discussion Forum at Goodreads.com or send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com. Leave voicemail at 205-202-0663.

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Extra: Dr. Paul Offit returns to Books and Ideas

2011-03-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 44s

I have added Episode 40 of my Books and Ideas podcast into the feed for the Brain Science Podcast because this interview contains valuable public health infomation. Please feel free to share this epiosde with others.

For complete show notes and episode transcripts go to http://virginiacampbellmd.com.

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Extra: Dr. Paul Offit returns to Books and Ideas

2011-03-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 44s

I have added Episode 40 of my Books and Ideas podcast into the feed for the Brain Science Podcast because this interview contains valuable public health infomation. Please feel free to share this epiosde with others.

For complete show notes and episode transcripts go to http://virginiacampbellmd.com.

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BSP 72 Magic and the Brain

2011-01-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 36s

Episode 72 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with neuroscientists Stephen L. Macknik and Susana Martinez-Cond, co-authors of "Sleights of Mind: What the Neuroscience of Magic Reveals about Our Everyday Deceptions."

For complete show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 72 Magic and the Brain

2011-01-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 36s

Episode 72 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with neuroscientists Stephen L. Macknik and Susana Martinez-Cond, co-authors of "Sleights of Mind: What the Neuroscience of Magic Reveals about Our Everyday Deceptions."

For complete show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 71: Year 4 Review

2010-11-24 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 45s

This is our my annual review episode. I share the highlights from BSP 65-70. Since we are nearing the 4th anniversary of the first episode of the Brain Science Podcast, I also reflect on how the show has impacted me personally. This episode contains a special announcement for UK listeners.

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts please go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP 71: Year 4 Review

2010-11-24 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 45s

This is our my annual review episode. I share the highlights from BSP 65-70. Since we are nearing the 4th anniversary of the first episode of the Brain Science Podcast, I also reflect on how the show has impacted me personally. This episode contains a special announcement for UK listeners.

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts please go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Join our Facebook Fan Page or follow me on Twitter (@docartemis).

Send email to gincampbell at mac dot com or leave Voice Mail at 205-202-0663.

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BSP 70: Pop Psychology Myths with Dr. Scott Lilienfeld

2010-09-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 70 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with psychologist and author Scott Lilienfeld. This interview was recorded live at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, Georgia on September 3, 2010. We discuss why even experts fall prey to popular myths, especially in the field of psychology. Dr. Lilienfeld has a long-standing interest in promoting scientific rigor in his field and his recent book "50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology: Shattering Widespread Misconceptions about Human Behavior" is recommended for listeners of all backgrounds.

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send you feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

Note: Starting this month the Brain Science Podcast will be coming out every other month. Your on-going support is greatly appreciated.

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BSP 70: Pop Psychology Myths with Dr. Scott Lilienfeld

2010-09-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 70 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with psychologist and author Scott Lilienfeld. This interview was recorded live at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, Georgia on September 3, 2010. We discuss why even experts fall prey to popular myths, especially in the field of psychology. Dr. Lilienfeld has a long-standing interest in promoting scientific rigor in his field and his recent book "50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology: Shattering Widespread Misconceptions about Human Behavior" is recommended for listeners of all backgrounds.

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send you feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

Note: Starting this month the Brain Science Podcast will be coming out every other month. Your on-going support is greatly appreciated.

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BSP Summer Announcements

2010-06-23 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 14s

The Brain Science Podcast is on summer break. The next new episode will come out in September 2010. This brief podcast contains suggestions for new listeners as well as information about upcoming live appearances by the show's creator and host Ginger Campbell, MD. It concludes with some details about the updated version of our iPhone application.

Details show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com. …

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BSP Summer Announcements

2010-06-23 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 14s

The Brain Science Podcast is on summer break. The next new episode will come out in September 2010. This brief podcast contains suggestions for new listeners as well as information about upcoming live appearances by the show's creator and host Ginger Campbell, MD. It concludes with some details about the updated version of our iPhone application.

Details show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com. …

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BSP 69: Glial Cells with R. Douglas Fields

2010-05-12 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 58s

Brain Science Podcast 69 is an interview with R Douglas Fields, PhD, author of "The Other Brain: From Dementia to Schizophrenia, How New Discoveries about the Brain Are Revolutionizing Medicine and Science." Glial cells are the non-neuronal cells of the nervous system. This interview explores the recent discovery that glial cells are able to monitor and influence signaling between neurons.

For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send email to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

Correction: The correct spelling for author of "The Secret Life of the Grown-up Brain: The Surprising Talents of the Middle-Aged Mind" is Barbara Strauch. (My apologies to Ms. Strauch for misspelling her name on the podcast.)

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BSP 68: Alzheimer's Disease with Dr. Peter Whitehouse

2010-04-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 68 of the Brain Science Podcast (BSP 68) is an interview with Dr. Peter Whitehouse, author of "The Myth of Alzheimer's: What You Aren't Being Told About Today's Most Dreaded Diagnosis." For detailed show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 67: Thomas Metzinger explores Consciousness

2010-03-09 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Brain Science Podcast 67 is an interview with German philosopher Thomas Metzinger, author of The Ego Tunnel: The Science of the Mind and the Myth of the Self and Being No One. Dr. Metzinger argues that any credible model for how the brain generates the mind must incorporate unusual human experiences, such as so-called out of body experiences (OBE), and psychiatric conditions. In this interview we explore how OBE and virtual reality experiments shed light on how the brain generates the sense of self that characterizes normal human experience.

Detailed show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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Announcements for March 2010

2010-03-02 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 8s

The next free episode of the Brain Science Podcast will appear on March 10, 2010.

Today's short podcast includes some advice for new listeners and information about the new premium versions of the Brain Science Podcast, which are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Episode 67 is now available both as a CD and as MP3 download. From now on new episodes will appear as premium content at the beginning of the month, while the free podcast will continue to come out the second week of the month.

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BSP 66: Randy Gallistel on Memory and Computation

2010-02-10 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 66 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Randy Gallistel, PhD, co-author (with Adam Philip King) of "Memory and the Computational Brain: Why Cognitive Science will Transform Neuroscience." We discuss why read/write memory is an essential element of computation with an emphasis on the animal experiments that support the claim that brains must possess read/write memory. This is significant because current models, such as neural nets, DO NOT incorporate read/write memory in their assumptions about how brains work. It is not necessary to have any background in information theory or computation to appreciate the experiments that are discussed in this episode.

Go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com for detailed show notes and transcripts. A premium version of this episode contains additional content.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com.

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Extra: Books and Ideas #34: Bruce Hood

2010-01-29 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 40s

Extra Content: Episode 34 of Books and Ideas is an interview with Bruce Hood, author of "SuperSense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable." Dr. Hood is a developmental psychologist with a long-standing interest in why people believe weird things. In "Supersense" he argues that innate cognitive structures (how we think without being taught) give people a natural tendency toward belief in the supernatural. Our intuitive sense of how the world works is often at odds with the findings of modern science. In this interview we discuss the evidence for these conclusions and their implications. For shownotes and transcripts go to http://booksandideas.com/. Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell at mac dot com. …

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BSP 65: Affective Neuroscience with Jaak Panksepp

2010-01-12 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 65 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Jaak Panksepp, PhD, author of "Affective Neuroscience: The Foundations of Human and Animal Emotions."

For links, complete show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP 64: Year 3 Annual Review

2009-12-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 37s

Episode 64 of the Brain Science Podcast is our 3rd annual review episode. We take a look back at some of the main ideas from the episodes released in 2009 and also a look forward to 2010.

Show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com. This month's show notes include a list of all the guests interview and all the books discussed in 2009.

Send feedback to gincampbell at mac dot com. You can also join our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com or join our new Brain Science Podcast Fan Page.

If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch don't forget to check out the new Brain Science Podcast application in the iTunes Store.

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BSP-63: David Bainbridge on the Teenage Brain

2009-11-10 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

Episode 63 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with David Bainbridge, author of "Teenagers: A Natural History." We focus on how the brain changes during the teenage years and why this is so important on both the personal and the species level.

Show notes and episode transcripts are available at the main Brain Science Podcast website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send email to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com or leave voice mail at 206-984-0358.

Be sure to visit the iTunes Store to learn about the new BSP application, which is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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BSP-62: Warren Brown, "Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?"

2009-10-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 52s

Episode 62 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Warren Brown, co-author of "Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will," which was discussed back in Episode 53.

Complete show notes, links, and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP-61 Allen Institute for Brain Research

2009-09-11 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 50s

Episode 61 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Allan Jones, PhD, Chief Science Officer for the Allen Institute for Brain Research in Seattle, Washington. The Allen Institute is an independent non-profit medical research organization that is best know for its mapping of the mouse brain. Its current projects include creating a map of the human brain which will show what genes are active at any given location in the adult human brain. In this interview we discuss these projects, their implications for neuroscience research, and the unique career challenges of working in the non-profit biotech industry.

Detailed show notes, links, and a full episode transcript are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell@mac.com or join our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com. …

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BSP-60: Stuart Brown, MD talks about Play

2009-08-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

In Episode 60 of the Brain Science Podcast Ginger Campbell, MD interviews Dr. Stuart Brown, author of "Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul." Our focus is on the importance of play for normal mental development and psychological health. We also explore the importance of play in adults.

For complete show notes including links, references and a complete episode transcript go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Send feedback to gincampbell@mac.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is sponsored by Audible.com and by listener donations.

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BSP-59: Guy Caldwell,PhD on C. Elegans

2009-07-10 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 59 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Guy Caldwell who is a molecular biologist at the University of Alabama. Since moving to Alabama ten years ago he has done groundbreaking work in applying the green florescent protein techniques developed by his mentor, Nobel Laureate Martin Chalfie to the study of dopamine neurons in the tiny worm C. Elegans. In this interview Dr. Campbell and Dr. Caldwell discuss the growing role of molecular biology as a tool in neuroscience. Dr. Caldwell explains why he thinks there is a good chance that a cure for Parkinson's Disease will be found within the next 10 years.

This interview also contains practical information for students interested in pursuing a career in science.

Announcements:

Dr. Campbell is the guest speaker at the July 18 meeting of Skeptics in the Pub in Atlanta, Georgia: http://ow.ly/fh2y

Dr. Campbell was interviewed on Episode 96 of Brains Matter.

Transcripts are now available for all past episodes of the Brain Science Podcast at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Please join our new Brain Science Podcast Fan Page on Facebook.

Donations of $25 or more qualify you for the new monthly book give away.

Learn more at http://brainsciencepodcast.com or send Dr. Campbell email at gincampbell at mac.com.

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BSP-58: Alva Noe author of "Out of Our Heads"

2009-06-05 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 47s

Brain Science Podcast #58 is an interview with the author of Out of Our Heads: Why You Are Not Your Brain, and Other Lessons from the Biology of Consciousness. Philosopher Alva Noe (University of California-Berkeley) has devoted his career to the study of cognitive neuroscience. In this interview we explore why he believes that the mind is MORE than the brain.

Episode show notes, links, and a full transcript of the interview are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

You can send Dr. Campbell email at gincampbell at mac.com or join the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com/.

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BSP-57: Neuropsychologist, Chris Frith, PhD

2009-05-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 49s

Episode 57 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with neuropsychologist Chris Frith, author of "Making up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World."

For an episode transcript, show notes, and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP-56: Eve Marder, PhD

2009-04-11 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 58s

Episode 56 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with neuroscientist, Eve Marder, PhD. Dr. Marder has spent 35 years studying the somatogastric ganglion of the lobster. In this interview we talk about how she got into neuroscience during its early days, her recent tenure as president of the Society for Neuroscience, and how some of her key discoveries have implications for studying more complex nervous systems.

Go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com for show notes and links.

Send Dr. Campbell feedback at gincampbell@mac.com or participate in our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com/.

This podcast is supported by contributions by listeners. You can donate via PayPal at our website or send contributions directly to:

Virginia Campbell, MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
Birmingham, AL, 35244

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BSP-55: Interview with Patricia Churchland

2009-03-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 55 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with philosopher Patricia Churchland from the University of California in San Diego. Churchland is a pioneer in the area now known as neurophilosophy. In this interview with talk about the relationship between philosophy and neuroscience. Churchland has a unique perspective on the share goals of those interested in philosophy of mind and neuroscience.

You can find show notes including an episode transcript at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send feedback to Dr. Campbell at docartemis at gmail.com or visit our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceform.com/

The Brain Science Podcast is sponsored by Audible.com and by listener donations. You can use PayPal or send contributions directly to:

Virginia Campbell, MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
Birmingham, AL, 35244

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BSP-54: Dr. Michael Merzenich on Neuroplasticity

2009-02-12 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 58s

Brain Science Podcast #54 is an interview with Dr. Michael Merzenich, one of the pioneers of neuroplasticity. We talk about how the success of the cochlear implant revealed unexpected plasticity in adult brains and about how brain plasticity can be tapped to improve a wide variety of problems including dyslexia, autism, damage from disease and injury. Healthy people of all ages can also tap the resource of brain plasticity to help maintain and improve their mental functions. Show notes, links, and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com Join our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com Send Dr. Campbell email at docartemis at gmail.com.  Download This Episode.

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Extra: Vaccines Save Lives!

2009-01-31 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

I have included Episode 25 of Books and Ideas in the feed for the Brain Science Podcast because it is a discussion of the alleged connection between vaccines and autism. In this episode I interview Dr. Paul Offit, author of "Autism's False Prophets: Bad Science, Risky Medicine, and the Search for a Cure." Despite overwhelming scientific evidence against a relationship between vaccines and autism, vaccine opponents continue to frighten and confuse parents. Meanwhile we are beginning to see the re-emergence of preventable and potentially life-threatening diseases among the increasing numbers of unvaccinated children.

Dr. Offit's book provides a thorough discussion of the science and politics of the controversy. I hope this interview with motivate you to read "Autism's False Prophets" and to share it with others.

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For detailed show notes go to http:gingercampbellmd.com/.

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BSP-53: "Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?"

2009-01-16 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 53 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of the book "Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will" by Nancey Murphy and Warren S. Brown. They argue convincingly against those who conclude that neuroscience is uncovering a view of the human mind that reveals that free will is an illusion created by our brains. This is a very important topic that should interest everyone who wonders how their intuitive sense of themselves as a free agent can be harmonized with a naturalistic explanation of the human mind.

Detailed show notes, references, and an episode transcript are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Send email to docartemis at gmail.com or share in the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com/.

This podcast is supported by listener donations.



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BSP-52: 2nd Annual Review Episode

2008-12-19 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 50s

Episode 52 of the Brain Science Podcast is our Second Annual Review Episode. We review the highlights of 2008 and also talk briefly about our plans for 2009. The episode is aimed at all listeners, but should be especially helpful for newer listeners because there is an extensive discussion of the other on-line resources available to listeners including our website and Discussion Forum.

Go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com for detailed show notes and links.

Send email to docartemis at gmail.com or post feedback in the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com/.

The Brain Science Podcast is supported by listener donations via PayPal. Donations can also be mailed to:

Virginia Campbell,MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
Birmingham, AL, 35244

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BSP-51: Dr. Seth Grant on Synapse Evolution

2008-12-05 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 59s

Brain Science Podcast #51 is an interview with Dr. Seth Grant from Cambridge University about the evolution of synapses. Dr. Grant has isolated the proteins from the synapses of several species including yeast, fruit flies, and mice. His research has led to some surprising conclusions about the evolution of the synapse and of brains. (Hint: the complex synapse evolved BEFORE big brains.)

For detailed show notes and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Share your feedback and comments at the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com or by sending email to docartemis at gmail.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is supported by listener donations via PayPal. You can also send donations directly to:

Virginia Campbell,MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
Birmingham, AL, 35244

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BSP-50: Neuroscience 2008 Highlights

2008-11-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 35s

In Brain Science Podcast #50 host and creator, Ginger Campbell, MD shares highlights from Neuroscience 2008, the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, which recently concluded in Washington, DC. She shares her personal impressions along with highlights from a lecture by Dr. Michael Bate from Cambridge University.

For detailed show notes and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Share your thoughts and feedback in the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com or send Dr. Campbell email at docartemis at gmail.com.

The Brain Science Podcast is supported by listener donations. You can give via PayPal or send contributions directly to:

Virginia Campbell, MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
Birmingham, AL, 35244

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BSP-49: Dr. Brenda Milner, pioneering neursocientist

2008-11-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

Brain Science Podcast #49 is an interview with pioneering neuroscientist, Brenda Milner, PhD. Dr. Milner is known for her contributions to understanding memory and her work with split-brain patients. Her work as an experimental psychologist has been fundamental to the emergence of the field of cognitive neuroscience.

For more information about Dr. Milner's work go to the show notes at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

Join our Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com or send Dr. Campbell email at docartemis at gmail.com.

Contributions to support this podcast can be made via PayPal™or mailed directly to:

Virginia Campbell, MD
Brain Science Podcast
9340 Helena, RD, Suite F #320
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BSP-48: Gary Lynch, PhD, author of "Big Brain"

2008-10-17 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 59s

Brain Science Podcast #48 is an interview with Gary Lynch, PhD, co-author of Big Brain: The Origins and Future of Human Intelligence. While almost everyone agrees that the human brain is distinguished by its large size, there are interesting questions and controversies about how our large brains evolved. Are we smart because are brains are large or because our brains are different? In this interview you will learn why Dr. Lynch believes that the unique features of the human brain are a natural result of the size of our brain. He also challenges the traditional assumption that our brain size was a result of selections during evolution.

For show notes, links and references go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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Announcements:

You can now send contributions directly to the Brain Science Podcast at 9340 Helena Road, Suite F #320, Birmingham, AL, 35244.

The next episode of the Brain Science Podcast will be an interview with pioneering neuroscientist, Dr. Brenda Milner. This will be a follow-up of the interview she did for Futures in Biotech. (Link to FiB #33)

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BSP-47: Brain Evolution

2008-10-04 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 58s

Episode 47 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of Principles of Brain Evolution by Georg F. Striedter. My goal is to highlight the main ideas of this complicated, and often controversial subject. Understanding the principles of brain evolution is an important element in our multidisciplinary attempt to understand how our brains make us who we are.

For detailed show notes and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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Announcements:

Episode 48 will be a follow-up interview with Dr. Gary Lynch, co-author of Big Brain: The Origins and Future of Human Intelligence.Please help get the word out about our video contest. The deadline for entering is December 15, 2008Check out Episode 22 of Books and Ideas to hear more about my adventures at this year's Dragon*Con. Click to find links to audio and video from Dragon*Con 2008.

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BSP-46: Live at Dragon*Con 2008

2008-09-19 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 52s

Brain Science Podcast #46 was recorded live at Dragon*Con 2008, which was held in Atlanta, Georgia over Labor Day Weekend. My guests were Dr. Shella Keilholz and Dr. Jason Schneiderman and we talked about fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging). We discussed both the advantages and disadvantages of this technique with an emphasis on how to recognize media hype. There were also some great questions from the audience.

This podcast has been edited compared to the version that appeared in the DragonPod feed, but there is still some noise coming from the room next door.

For show notes and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

Please send Dr. Campbell email at docartemis at gmail.com or share your ideas with other listeners at the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com/.

You can now get BSP t-shirts and other logo gear at http://www.printfection.com/brainsciencpodcast. Note the e is missing from the word science in the address. (oops!)

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BSP-45: John Ratey, MD on ADD

2008-09-05 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 45 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. John Ratey from Harvard about Attention Deficit Disorders. Dr. Ratey is an expert on the treatment of both childhood and adult ADD and ADHD and co-author of Driven To Distraction : Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood.

In this interview Dr. Ratey not only dispells some of the common myths about this disorder, but he also offers practical advice about overcoming the challenges of this common problem.

For detailed shownotes and links visit the Brain Science Podcast website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP-44: Meditation and the Brain

2008-08-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Brain Science Podcast Episode 44 is an interview with Daniel Seigel, MD about meditation and the brains. Dr. Seigel is the author of several books including The Mindful Brain: Reflection and Attunement in the Cultivation of Well-Being.

For more information including detailed shownotes and links go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP-43: Part 2 of "On Being Certain"

2008-08-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

Episode 43 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. Robert Burton, author of "On Being Certain: Believing that You are Right Even When You're Not." This episode is part 2 of our discussion of what Dr. Burton calls "the feeling of knowing." We discuss the evidence that this "feeling of knowing" is generated in our unconscious. Not only is its generation inaccessible, but despite its power this feeling is not necessarily reliable. The focus of Dr. Burton's interview is a look at the implications of this important discovery.

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BSP-42: "On Being Certain" Part1

2008-07-24 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 42 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of the book, "One Being Certain: Believing You're Right, Even When You're Not," by Robert A Burton, MD. In this episode we discuss the origin of what Dr. Burton calls "the feeling of knowing," which is something we all experience on a regular basis. Dr. Burton will be interviewed in episode 43.

For show notes and links please go to the Brain Science Podcast website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP-41: Alice Gaby on Linguistics

2008-07-10 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 41 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Alice Gaby, a linguist at the University of California-Berkeley.  She explains some of the basics and we talk about why linguistics is relevant to neuroscience.

For more information including links and show notes, visit our website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/.

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BSP-40: Third Semi-annual Review

2008-06-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 35s

In Episode 40 of the Brain Science Podcast we take a look at the ideas we have explored in the last 6 months. We also talk a little about what is coming and talk about the web resources that are available for listeners between shows.

Please post comments in the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com or send email to docartemis@gmail.com/.

Visit our new website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/ for detailed Show Notes.

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BSP-39: Michael Arbib on Mirrror Neurons

2008-06-12 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 57s

Episode 39 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Michael Arbib, PhD from the University of Southern California. We talk about the possible role of mirror neurons in imitation and language.

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BSP-38: Jeff Hawkins author of "On Intellegence."

2008-05-29 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 38 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Jeff Hawkins, author of "On Intelligence." Hawkins is well-known for founding Palm Computing and Handspring. He invented the Grafitti handwriting recognition system and helped develop the Palm Trio SmartPhone. Since he published his bestseller "On Intelligence" he has worked full-time on his passion for neuroscience. His current company, Numenta, is developing software that models the hierarchal structure of the neocortex. In this interview we talk about the ideas in Hawkins book and how he is applying them to develop a computer model of cortical function. This is a follow-up to Episode 2, which first aired in December of 2006.

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BSP-37: "Brain Rules" with Dr. John Medina

2008-05-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 55s

In Episode 37 of the Brain Science Podcast Dr. Ginger Campbell interviews Dr. John Medina, author of Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School. We talk about how exercise, sleep, and stress effect our brains with an emphasis on practical advice for healthier brain function. We also look at how research on memory, vision and the brain's attention system suggests how we can improve our ability to learn and our ability to share ideas with others.

Dr. Medina's focus is on considering real world examples of how our schools and work environments could be reformed to utilize the growing knowledge of neuroscience. But he also stresses the importance of compiling sufficient experimental data before embarking on new programs.

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BSP-36: Embodied Intelligence with Art Glenberg

2008-05-01 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 36 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Art Glenberg from the University of Wisconsin's Laboratory for Embodied Cognition. Embodied Cognition is the hypothesis that our higher cognitive abilities such as language, are rooted in the perceptual and motor abilities of our bodies. Dr. Glenberg's work focuses on the evidence for this with respect to language understanding. In this interview he also shares how these ideas are being used to help children learn to read. The emphasis of this interview is on the experimental evidence in favor of embodied cognition.

This episode is a follow-up to Episode 35, which was about mirror neurons, but new listeners can enjoy this episode without listening to any previous episodes.

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PROMO for Books and Ideas Podcast

2008-04-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

This is a brief promo to remind you to check out my other podcast Books and Ideas. Episode 19 is an interview with Dan Ariely best-selling author of  Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions.

You can find all the episodes in iTunes or by going to http://booksandideas.com/.

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BSP-35: A Closer Look at Mirror Neurons

2008-04-18 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Brain Science Podcast #35 is a discussion of the book Mirrors in the Brain: How Our Minds Share Actions and Emotions by Giacomo Rizzolatti and Corrado Sinigaglia.

This episode is more technical than recent episodes. Listeners are encouraged to listen to episodes 21 and 23 for background information on Body Maps.

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BSP-34: Smell with Rachel Herz, PhD

2008-04-03 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 34 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Rachel Herz author of "The Scent of Desire: Discovering Our Enigmatic Sense of Smell."

Dr. Herz teaches at Brown University and is a leading authority on the psychology of smell. We talk about the how smell works, its role in emotion and memory, why it is so vulnerable, and why smell is much more important than most of us realize. We also consider some of the questions that remain unanswered.

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BSP-33: Exercise and the Brain

2008-03-20 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Episode 33 of the Brain Science Podcast is an interview with Dr. John Ratey, author of Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. We discuss why both moderate and vigorous levels of exercise are beneficial not only for combating problems like anxiety, depression, and attention deficit disorder, but also for improving learning and preventing declines related to aging. It turns out that exercise may be the single best thing you can do for your brain!

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BSP-32: Brain Anatomy

2008-03-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

Episode 32 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of Beyond the Zonules of Zinn: A Fantastic Journey Through Your Brain, by David Bainbridge. This book takes a unique approach to brain anatomy that makes the subject both interesting and comprehensible to readers of all backgrounds.

Go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com for Show Notes and links. Illustrations from the book will be included within the next few days.

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BSP-31: Brain Rhythms with Gyorgi Buzsaki

2008-02-21 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)

#31 Brain Science Podcast: Brain Rhythms with Gyorgy Buzsaki

This episode is an interview with Gyorgy Buzsaki from Rutgers University. Dr. Buzsaki is a leading researcher in the field of brain oscillations and author of Rhythms of the Brain. We discuss why brain rhythms are important to normal brain function.

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BSP-30: The Evolution of Language

2008-02-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 58s

Brain Science Podcast #30 is a discussion of Christine Kenneally's book, The First Word: The Search for the Origin of Language.This episode concentrates on the emergence of the study of language evolution (evolutionary linguistics) from an area of area of inquiry that was banned in the 19th century to one that is flourishing and benefiting from new evidence from fields as diverse as genetics and studies in animal communication.

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BSP-29: Interview with Dr. Maryanne Wolf

2008-01-24 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

Brain Science Podcast #29 is an interview with Dr. Maryanne Wolf, whose book, Proust and the Squid, was discussed in episode 24. In this follow-up interview we talk about what happens in the brain when children learn to read. Dr. Wolf shares her experience with developing programs to help children read. She has some very practical advice for parents and she emphasizes that even children with severe dsylexia can learn to read with the proper instruction.

For show notes and links to resources go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP-28: Dr. Edward Taub, tapping Brain Plasticity for Stroke Rehab

2008-01-10 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

#28 Brain Science Podcast: Ginger Campbell, MD interviews Edward Taub, PhD of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Taub has pioneered a revolutionary approach to stroke rehabilitation called Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy. CI Therapy taps into the brain's plasticity and can be applied to a wide range of neurological problems. For more information and show notes go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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Episode length is 56 minutes and 32 seconds.

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BSP-27: Year-end Review for 2007

2007-12-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 26s

#27 Brain Science Podcast: This episode is a brief review of the first year of the Brain Science Podcast. I review some of the major topics that we have explored including memory, consciousnesses, decision-making, body maps, and plasticity. Then we look ahead to next year.

What was your favorite episode? What was the most important or interesting thing that you learned this year from listening to the Brain Science Podcast? Share your thoughts at the Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com.

For detailed show notes including a list of all the episodes aired in the past year go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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Episode length is approximately 24 minutes. There is a promo on the end for Mur Lafferty's new novel, Playing for Keeps. I want to thank Mur for inspiring me to start podcasting.

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BSP-26: Norman Doidge, MD discusses NeuroPlasticity

2007-12-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 59s

Brain Science Podcast #26 is an interview with Norman Doidge, MD, author of The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science.

We discuss the historical background of the recent discovery of neuroplasticity, the work of several pioneering scientists, and why plasticity  can actually have a dark side.

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BSP-25: Rolf Pfeifer discusses Embodied Intelligence

2007-11-29 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

#25 Brain Science Podcast: This is an interview with Rolf Pfeifer, director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Zurich.  We discuss biorobotics and the field of embodied artificial intelligence. This approach involved realizing that brains are not isolated computational devices. Instead that are embedded in bodies that in turn must interact with the world. Using this embodied approach to building robots offers unique and surprising insights into biological intelligence. Dr. Pheifer's skillful use of examples makes the topic accessible to listeners of all backgrounds.

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BSP-24: Reading and the Brain

2007-11-16 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 1s

#24 Brain Science Podcast: Reading and the Brain. Dr. Ginger Campbell discusses the new book, "Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain" (2007), by Maryanne Wolf. We explore the history of writing and reading, how individuals learn to read, and touch briefly on why some people can't learn to read.

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BSP-23: Interview with Sandra Blakeslee

2007-10-18 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 51s

#23 Brain Science Podcast: Interview with Sandra Blakeslee, co-author of The Body Has a Mind of Its Own.

This is a follow-up on Episode 21, which a discussion of Blakeslee's new book about body maps. In the interview we talk about the relationship between body maps (in the brain) and neuroplasticity, as well as how body maps may explain alternative healing methods and out-of-body experiences.

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BSP-22: Christof Koch discusses Consciousness

2007-10-05 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 48s

#22 Brain Science Podcast: This episode is an interview with Dr. Christof Koch one of the pioneers in the neurobiological study of consciousness and author of "The Quest for Consciousness" (2004). Dr. Koch spent many years working with Francis Crick. The focus of his research is using the study of vision to unravel what they have called the neural correlates of consciousness. We talked about his work and also about what the future holds.

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BSP-21: Body Maps

2007-09-21 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

Episode 21 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of "The Body has a Mind of Its Own: How Body Maps in Your Brain Help You do (Almost) Everything Better," by Sandra Blakeslee and Matthew Blakeslee.

For full show notes and episode transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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BSP-20: Louann Brizendine discusses The Female Brain

2007-09-06 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

#20 Brain Science Podcast: This is an interview of Louann Brizendine, MD, author of the best-seller The Female Brain. We discuss how hormones and neurotransmitters effect our brains, and how these effects differ between men and women.

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BSP-19: "Gut Feelings" by Gerd Gigerenzer

2007-08-23 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 53s

#19-Brain Science Podcast: Discussion of Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious (2007) by Gerd Gigerenzer.

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BSP-18: Interview with Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg

2007-08-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 32s

Brain Science Podcast #18: Dr. Ginger Campbell interviews neuropsychologist, Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg. Dr. Goldberg is the author of The Executive Brain and The Wisdom Paradox. We discuss his ideas about the differences between the brain's right and left hemispheres, the importance of the prefrontal lobes, and how our brain changes as we age. Dr. Goldberg gives advice for keeping our minds strong no matter what our age.

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BSP-17: The Wisdom of the Aging Brain

2007-07-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 56s

Brain Science Podcast #17: The Wisdom of the Aging Brain. Dr. Ginger Campbell discusses Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg's 2006 book, The Wisdom Paradox: How Your Mind Can Grow Stronger As Your Brain Grows Older. The episode explores how the brain changes with aging and what can be done to protect the mind from the degenerative effects of aging and disease.

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BSP-16: The Pre-Frontal Lobes-our brain's CEO

2007-07-11 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 48s

Brain Science Podcast #16: The Pre-frontal Lobes-our Brain's CEO. This episode is a discussion of The Executive Brain: Frontal Lobes and the Civilized Mind (2002) by Elkhonon Goldberg. We explore how the Frontal lobes are essential to all the qualities and abilities that make us human, including choosing goals, forming and carrying out plans, decision-making, and moral and social maturity.

For show notes and transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com or send me email at gincampbell at mac dot com. Visit the new Discussion Forum at http://brainscienceforum.com.

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BSP-15: Interview with Read Montague

2007-06-27 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 26s

Brain Science Podcast #15 continues the exploration of how we make decisions that was started in #13. We talk with Dr. Read Montague about his book "Why Choose This Book: How We Make Decisions."

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BSP-14: Our First Six Months

2007-06-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 17s

Brain Science Podcast #14: Looking back on our first six months.

The Brain Science Podcast's introductory episode was posted on Dec 1, 2006, which means it has come out every two weeks for 6 months. This episode is a look back at some highlights of the many topics we have explored and look forward to what we hope to cover in the upcoming months.

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BSP-13: Unconscious Decisions!

2007-05-31 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 38s

Brain Science Podcast #13 is a discussion of unconscious rapid decision-making. It begins with a discussion of Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2006) by Malcolm Gladwell, and also considers other writings on the subject.

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BSP-12: Memory

2007-05-16 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 38s

Brain Science Podcast #12: Memory. This episode is a discussion based on the book Memory: From Mind to Molecules (2000), by Larry Squires and Eric Kandel. We consider the different types of memory and explore the evidence about how memories are formed and where they are stored. Some of the answers might surprise you.

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BSP-11: "Emotion" by Dylan Evans

2007-05-03 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 27s

Brain Science #11: Emotion. This episode is based on the 2001 book by Dylan Evans called Emotion: the science of sentiment. Some questions considered include
Are emotions universal? Why are emotions important? What is the relationship between mood and emotion? How do emotions effect how we think? Could computers be designed to feel emotion? For detailed show notes and transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com. Please send comments to gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP-10: NeuroPlasticity

2007-04-19 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 39s

Brain Science Podcast #10 Neuroplasticity. This episode discusses the recent discovery that even adult brains have the ability to change. I discuss the recent book "Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain," by Sharon Begley.

For show notes and transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com. Send feedback to gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP-9: "The Future of the Brain"

2007-04-05 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 28s

The Brain Science Podcast #9 discusses The Future of the Brain: The Promise and Perils of Tomorrow's Neuroscience by Steven Rose. The focus  is on considering some of the moral and ethical dilemmas future developments in neuroscience might create.

For the show notes and episode transcript go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com.
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BSP-8: How Neurons Communicate

2007-03-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 46s

Brain Science Podcast #8: How Neurons Communicate is an introduction to  the basics on neuronal signaling, synapses, and neurotransmitters. Detailed Show Notes and a full transcript of this episode are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com  by 3/23 /07.  Send questions and comments to  gincampbell at mac dot com.

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Extra: Books and Ideas #9: Molecular biologist Lee Silver, PhD

2007-03-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 39s

Books and Ideas #9: Dr. Ginger Campbell interviews molecular biologist and author Lee M Silver about his book, "Challenging Nature: The Clash of Science and Spirituality at the New Frontiers of Life."  Biotechnology challenges deeply held positions on both the left and the right. We discuss the importance of distinguishing between scientific arguments and psuedoscience. For more information go to http://booksandideas.com. This episode has been added to the Brain Science Podcast Feed as a bonus episode.

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BSP-7: Bonobos with Dr. Stuart Shanker

2007-03-07 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 36s

Brain Science Podcast #7 is an interview with Dr. Stuart Shanker, PhD, co-author of The First Idea: How Symbols, Language, and Intelligence Evolved From Our Primate Ancestors to Modern Humans. We talk about his work with autism and what he has learned from working with bonobos, a rare species of chimpanzees. Some scientist think that Bonobo behavior is remarkably similar to that of our earliest hominid ancestors. It reveals much about the role of emotional signaling in communication. For more information go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com or write to gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP-6: "The First Idea" by S Shanker and S Greenspan

2007-02-22 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 36s

Brain Science #6 discusses the book The First Idea: How Symbols, Language, and Intelligence Evolved From Our Primate Ancestors to Modern Humans, by Stanley I Greenspan, MD and Stuart G. Shanker, D. PHIL.

The basic premise of this book is that emotions are intimately related to the development of language and intelligence. The authors propose that through interaction with their caregivers humans and non-human primates learn emotional signaling and that as this signaling becomes more complex the brain is prepared for the emergence of symbols and language.

In this podcast we discuss some of the evidence supporting their hypothesis, as well as the implications of this theory to theories of language development and human evolution, especially the evolution of language and intelligence.

For more information go to my website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com or send your comments to gincampbell at mac dot com.

This podcast is released under a Creative Commons 2.5 attribution, no derivatives license.

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BSP-5: What is Consciousness?

2007-02-08 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 15s

Brain Science Podcast #5 Consciousness: I start out by accidentally calling this episode 6. This is our first exploration of the big question of consciousness. We start with a brief review of some key philosophical questions, which include the so-called hard problem of how the physical brain can produce subjective experience. We also discuss dualism and introduce the question of free will. The show notes at http://brainsciencepodcast.com will include references for those wanting to explore consciousness further.


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BSP-4: "The Great Brain Debate" by John E Dowling

2007-01-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 19s

Episode 4 of the Brain Science Podcast uses "The Great Brain Debate" by John E Dowling (2004) to discuss how the brain grows and develops. What is the evidence for hard-wiring (nature) versus plasiticity (nuture)? Show Notes are at http://brainsciencepodcast.com. Leave comments at the website or send email to gincampbell at mac dot com.

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BSP-3: "In Search of Memory" by Eric Kandel

2007-01-13 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 17s

Episode 3 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of "In Search of Memory: Emergence of a New Science of the Mind," by Dr. Eric R Kandel.

Show Notes may be found at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.


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BSP-2: "On Intelligence" by Jeff Hawkins

2006-12-26 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 11s

Episode 2 of the Brain Science Podcast is a discussion of "On Intelligence" by Jeff Hawkins.Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com to see the show notes and leave your comments and suggestions. A complete episode transcript is also available.Send email feedback to Dr. Campbell at gincampbell at mac dot com. …

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BSP-1: "Mind Wide Open" by Steven Johnson

2006-12-15 :: docartemis@gmail.com (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
Length: 10s

Mind Wide Open by Steven Johnson.

For Show Notes and to leave comments, please go to the Brain Science Podcast website at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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The Brain Science Podcast is hosted by Dr. Ginger Campbell, MD. Full show notes and free episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.

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