19-46 Segment 1: Young Adults & Animals: The Similarities They Share In Development

19-46 Segment 1: Young Adults & Animals: The Similarities They Share In Development

Being a teenager is tough these days – but being a parent to a teenager can be even be tougher sometimes. Over the last five years, two researchers, who are parents themselves, traveled across the world to observe several different animal species and their socialization out in the wild. The focus? To possibly better understand our own adolescence and evolutionary needs.

18-44 Segment 1: Looking Into Our Minds: How our brains perceive the world

There are all sorts of myths about how we can avoid dementia or how to best brainstorm a new idea. We talk to a psychologist and author to get the inside scoop on how our minds really work, and why we just can’t resist the urge to watch cute animal videos online.

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18-03 Segment 2: Our Unconscious Minds

Dr. John Bargh, a professor of psychology at Yale University discusses just how much of what we do is dictated by our unconscious minds.

15-05 Segment 2: The Future of the Mind

  Synopsis: It’s amazing that in the 21st century, science knows so much about all of the organs of the body save one: the brain. We talk to a scientist and author about the unbelievable abilities of the brain, how memories help us predict the future, where dreams are located, how brain injury can sometimes …

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