Brené Brown: Listening to shame

Brené Brown talks about the epidemic of shame in our culture.

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Frans de Waal: Moral behavior in animals

Frans de Waal talks about cooperation, empathy and fairness in animals.

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Robert Sapolsky, Patrick House & Dana Turker: Introduction to Neuroscience II

Patrick House and Dana Turker continue the introduction to neuroscience for Robert Sapolsky’s lecture series about human behavioral biology. The lecture focuses on memory and the autonomic nervous system.

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Amy Cuddy: Power Poses

Amy Cuddy argues that by tweaking your body language you can actually change your feeling and behaviour.

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Terry Moore: Why is ‘x’ the unknown?

Terry Jones provides the answer why the letter ‘x’ is used to represent the unknown.

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