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The human brain is a mystery that scientists are still attempting to unravel. Many experts say that we know far more about the nature of the Universe than we know about the brain. Is this true? If so, what makes this wrinkly gray organ so complex? In this episode, we sit down with Dr. René Marois to discuss the neural basis of attention in humans – a fascinating topic that we are only just beginning to understand…

Dr. Marois is a Professor of Psychology and the Winkelried Family Chair in Neuroscience at Vanderbilt University. He also heads up the Human Information Processing Laboratory at Vanderbilt, where he researches the relationship between attention, working memory, and awareness.

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  • The relationship between the brain and the mind.
  • Why humans are inherently bad at multitasking.
  • Various brain-based limitations.
  • How to expand your ability to be neuroflexible.

You can follow along with Dr. Marois’s Human Information Processing Laboratory here!

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