The Neuroscience of Consciousness, Perception and Self

Neuroscientists Eric Haseltine and Christof Koch uncover fresh insights about how brain activity produces everyday thoughts, emotions, and perceptions, while ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff talks about his amazing recovery from the brain injury - and brain surgery - he incurred from an explosion of a roadside bomb in Iraq.

Festival: 2007

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