When Consciousness was Taboo: The Cognitive Revolution with Bernard Baars

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Dr. Bernard J. Baars   Bernard J. Baars, Ph.D. is Affiliated Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at the Neurosciences Institute in La Jolla, CA.   Bernie is a cognitive scientist specializing in conscious and unconscious brain functions, voluntary control, and concepts of self. These common sense ideas have long been difficult to study in the biobehavioral sciences, but have returned to the forefront in recent decades. He is best known for his book, A Cognitive Theory of Consciousness (1988) in which he develops … Read More

The Psychology of Influence with Kia Davis

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Kia Davis is an author, blogger, writer, armchair intellectual and idea junkie. Her blog Harmony from Discord dives into mysteries and secrets of critical thinking and metacognition, psychology, human evolution, economics, business, technology, and futurology. With an educational background in psychology and business and a professional background in strategy, financial services, and technology, Kia has worked out several papers on the future of financial services technology (Fintech). Recently Kia published the book ‘Flashpoint 100: Double profit and create lasting business … Read More

Memory, Neuroscience, and Society – Lightheartedly: A Discussion with Dr. Mani Saint-Victor

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In search of a meaningful path to move beyond traditional drugs and psychiatry, Dr. Mani is a Harvard-trained neuroscientist, author and visionary leader.  He is the author of the upcoming book Break The Cage, MD: The Physician’s Guide to Transcendental Self Medication which helps doctors craft  a lifestyle dominated by their passion instead of by clinical; medicine.  He co-founded- Mindful360 with the goal of applying neuroscience to real world problems and understanding.  Break The Cage, MD  takes that mission further by focusing on Doctors and their … Read More