Brain Games #101

March 04, 2011

It's an hour on the brain, the senses, and how you can fool them both. We're joined by neuroscientist Tom Stafford, co-author of the book Mind Hacks: Tips and Tricks for Using Your Brain. We'll talk about how your brain processes information, and all of the fascinating ways you can make it mess up. And researcher Dr. Sarah Brosnan explains her study of game theory, and how humans compare to other primates when it comes to cooperative play.

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Guests:

  • Tom Stafford
  • Sarah Brosnan
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This episode was recorded when Science for the People was called Skeptically Speaking
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