The Brain Science Podcast turns TEN!

Subscribed! Sounds fascinating.

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

TEN years and still going strong

by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Another article in the Brain Based Resources Series
with content reblogged from an article back in 2012

“On the Brain Science Podcast we explore how recent scientific discoveries are unraveling age-old mysteries, such as intelligence, emotions, personality, and memory.

We also look at why the brain is much more complex than any computer yet devised.” ~ Dr. Ginger Campbell

The Podcast for Everyone who has a Brain

I have been singing the praises of Dr. Ginger Campbell’s fascinating Brain Science Podcast for years now.

It is one of my very favorite ways of keeping step as science marches on.

Given that she is currently celebrating her Ten Year Anniversary, I decided it was time for me to introduce it anew.

I have many new readers since I wrote my first article urging everyone to check it…

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4 thoughts on “The Brain Science Podcast turns TEN!

  1. YEA KATE! As diverse as your blogging taste seems to be, I think this will be right up your alley (and will give those eyes and fingers a break!)

    Thanks for sharing – I especially want the TBI, PTSD & stroke readers to know about Taub’s work (ditto Doidge). They may not be able to afford to work with either of them, but they can CERTAINLY take the info to their doctors who aren’t responding their challenges with much urgency!

    It’s been said, but you are the BEST!
    xx,
    mgh

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