Paul Ekman & Dacher Keltner: The Evolution of Emotions

Paul Ekman and his former student Dacher Keltner talk about the role of Darwin in human emotion and misconceptions about his work.

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David Mutton: Policing Our Minds

Forensic psychologist David Mutton explains what investigative psychologists really do and points out some conflicts in Australian law and the work of an investigative psychologist with human rights and ethics.

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Robert Sapolsky: The Uniqueness of Humans

In this great lecture given at Stanford, Robert Sapolsky shows what makes humans unique and what doesn’t. Definitely one of the best and most entertaining lectures I’ve seen so far.

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Thanks to Andy for pointing it out.

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Vilayanur Ramachandran: The neurons that shaped civilization

Vilayanur Ramachandran explains at TEDIndia 2009 why a subset of neurons, the mirror neurons, were important for culture and civilization.

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Robert H. Lustig: Sugar – The Bitter Truth

If you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution: Robert Lustig argues that fructose is a toxin.

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