On May 11, 2011 I gave a talk entitled "Why Neuroscience Matters" at the London Skeptics in the Pub. Episode 42 of Books and Ideas is an edited version of that talk, including the lively Q and A with the audience.
- Bayes, A., Grant, S., et al. "Characterization of the proteome, diseases and evolution of the human postsynaptic density." Nature Neuroscience 14, 19–21 (2011) (Published online 12/23/2010).
- Libet, B. "Do We Have Free Will?"Journal of Consciousness Studies, 6. No. 8-9, 1999, pp. 47-57.
- On Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not (2008), by Robert Burton; p 127.
- Philosophy in the Flesh : The Embodied Mind and Its Challenge to Western Thought (1999), by George Lakoff, Mark Johnson; p 4.
- Brain Waves Module 2: Report on Education and Neuroscience from the Royal Society (2011).
From the Brain Science Podcast
- BSP 25: Rolf Pfeifer, PhD, author of How the Body Shapes the Mind.
- BSP 26: Norman Doidge, MD, author of The Brain That Changes Itself.
- BSP 42:On Being Certain; and BSP 43: Interview with Robert Burton, MD
- BSP 51: Evolution of the Synapse, with Seth Grant, PhD.
- BSP 59: Use of C. elegans in Neuroscience, with Guy Caldwell, PhD.
- BSP 65: Subcortical Origins of Basic Emotions, with Jaak Panksepp, PhD.
- Dr. Campbell will be a speaker at The Amazing Meeting 9, which is coming up in Las Vegas, Nevada July 14-17.
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