Ben Ehrlich reviews the latest book by the prolific Dr. Sacks: a collection of stories about people who lose essential faculties but nonetheless manage to live rich lives.
Tag - psychology
Ben Ehrlich, who had his own encounter with an invisible gorilla, reviews the new book "The Invisible Gorilla," which argues for the presence of some common illusions when it comes to our own thinking.
Reality may be a persistent illusion; so is the way we think about it, says psychology researcher Daniel Simons, co-author of The Invisible Gorilla. In this edition of The Beautiful Brain Podcast, Simons discusses the research behind his new book...
Humans, like many other primates, live in a social hierarchy. New research reveals a vast neurological divergence when we're confronted with "superior" versus "inferior" individuals.