Complete video available for purchase at fora.tv Behavior Engineer and Blogger at NirAndFar.com Nir Eyal explains triggers, the first step in the desire engine that motivates behavioral change.
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Complete video available for purchase at fora.tv What’s more rewarding — eating a piece of candy, or the sense of anticipation you feel just before you eat it? As far as your brain is concerned, it’s probably the latter. Cynergey’s Kes Sampanthar explains what dopamine reveals about the neuroscience of motivation.
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Complete video available for purchase at fora.tv Game researcher Nicole Lazzaro talks about how infusing games into our working and daily lives can have dramatic effects. Lazzaro is a world renowned for making games more fun. She designed the iPhone’s first accelerometer game in 2007, now called Tilt World. She has advised the White House [...]
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Complete video available for free at fora.tv At Being Human 2012, Tami Simon asks what “Being Human” means to Jon Kabat-Zinn, Gelek Rimpoche, and Richie Davidson. Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D. is Professor of Medicine emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Born in Lhasa, Tibet in 1939, Kyabje Gelek Rimpoche was recognized as an incarnate [...]
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Complete video available for free at fora.tv American neuroscientist Richard Axel discusses the problem of interpreting the real world within the tangled web of neurons within the brain, focusing on one of the brain’s most “primitive” senses, the sense of smell. Axel’s work on the olfactory system won him and Linda B. Buck, a former [...]
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Complete video available for free at fora.tv Thomas Metzinger proposes that the concept of the self “is not a thing, but a process,” an idea inspired by his philosophical experience with materialism and out of body experiences. —- As we use the tools of science to explore the nature of humanity, we are learning more [...]
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Dr Devi Shetty, the founder of Narayana Hrudayalaya hospital in Bangalore, never misses an opportunity to push his message of low-cost, affordable healthcare. His comments has generated publicity for his hospital and its services, leading to an increase in full fee-paying patients from overseas, a critical factor for the hospital’s cash flow.
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Watch the complete video for free at fora.tv Anne Harrington, Professor of the History of Science at Harvard University, questions the assumption that all human bodies work in the same way regardless of culture or environment. —- As we use the tools of science to explore the nature of humanity, we are learning more and [...]
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Complete video available for purchase at: fora.tv President and CEO of NeuroFocus Dr. AK Pradeep explains how his dry wireless full-brain EEG could be applied to customize the consumer’s entertainment experience. —- Breakthroughs in neuroscience, technology and big data now enable companies to know more about their customers than ever before. Is this creating a [...]
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