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Neil Burgess: How your brain tells you where you are

Neil Burgress explains the amazing mechanism how the brain processes and remembers spatial information.

Filmed at TEDSalon 2011 London Springs.

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Daniel Wolpert: The real reason for brains

Neuroscientist David Wolpert explains at TEDGlobal 2011 that the only reason for a complex brain is movement.

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David Eagleman: The Brain and The Law

David Eagleman talks about the implications of recent discoveries and understandings in neuroscience for our legal system.

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Ogi Ogas: A billion wicked thoughts

Neuroscientist Ogi Ogas shares his research on human sexuality.

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Robert Sapolsky: Human learning and being open to new experiences

Robert Sapolsky talks about experiments focusing on the closure to novelty due to ageing.

Robert Sapolsky on human learning and being open to new experiences from National Humanities Center on Vimeo.

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