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How Do We Predict the Future: Brains Rewards and Addiction

In this fascinating presentation, The Salk Institute's Terry Sejnowski explores how by its nature th In this fascinating presentation, The Salk Institute's Terry Sejnowski explores how by its nature the human brain is susceptible to the effects of addictive substances. Series: "Grey Matters" [6/2005] [Science] [Show ID: 9270] Length: 00:44:29

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Grey matter, virtually: Computational neurobiology's insights into the brain

Professor Terry Sejnowski discusses recent developments at the nexus of brain science and computer m Professor Terry Sejnowski discusses recent developments at the nexus of brain science and computer modeling, enabling new understandings of psychiatric conditions like schizophrenia. With Science host Dr Shane Huntington. Length: 00:23:02

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Grey Matters: the Brain Movie

The Brain Show is a fun, in-depth look at how the brain works, both biologically and psychologically The Brain Show is a fun, in-depth look at how the brain works, both biologically and psychologically. Get the DVD at Green-Eye Visualization: tinyurl.com Produced by Regenerative Medicine Partnership in Education (www.sepa.duq.edu) and funded by a Science Education Partnership Award granted by the National Center for Research Resources, a component of the National Institutes of Health. Length: 00:01:46

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Brain Development

UCSD Cognitive scientist Joan Stiles reveals the latest understandings about the intricate relations UCSD Cognitive scientist Joan Stiles reveals the latest understandings about the intricate relationship between biology and external influences in the development of the brain. Series: "Grey Matters" [3/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11188] Length: 00:44:02

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Stem Cells: The Brain's Beginnings

During the past decade, there have been dramatic advancements in the brain and cognitive sciences. F During the past decade, there have been dramatic advancements in the brain and cognitive sciences. For the first time, understanding how the brain works has become a scientifically achievable goal. In this new lecture series, Grey Matters: Molecules to Mind, San Diego's leading Neuroscientists explore the human brain. The first lecture in this series addresses an issue that has often been absent in these discussions: what role do stem cells play in development of the brain? Series: "Grey Matters" [1/2005] [Science] [Show ID: 9136] Length: 00:44:32

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Grey Matters: Conscious and Unconscious Memory Systems

Join UCSD's Larry Squire in a fascinating presentation of recent research about memory systems in hu Join UCSD's Larry Squire in a fascinating presentation of recent research about memory systems in humans and other mammals. Series: "Grey Matters" [1/2007] [Science] [Show ID: 11951] Length: 00:44:15

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Joining Forces - Grey Matters

Experts examine elements of military service that result in mild traumatic brain injury. Co-produced Experts examine elements of military service that result in mild traumatic brain injury. Co-produced with Health Partners IME. Length: 00:19:59

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Grey matter

Psychology student Sharon Yella has been getting to grips with different brain functions. Psychology student Sharon Yella has been getting to grips with different brain functions. "Social, cognitive, physical ... so far we're breaking psychology down. It's not all about a psychologist simply saying 'so how do you feel about that?!'." Sharon hopes to specialise in child psychology. "I love children. I would like to work with children who have gone through trauma and help them get through that." Length: 00:01:21

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Perception: Taste Smell and Vision

UCSD's Charles Zuker explores the neurobiology of taste, smell and vision. Series: UCSD's Charles Zuker explores the neurobiology of taste, smell and vision. Series: "Grey Matters" [5/2005] [Science] [Show ID: 9269] Length: 01:06:07

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