The Hidden Brain
Shankar Vedantam talked about the part of our brain that influences, unconsciously, the way we behave and make decisions. Mr. Vedantam says that this “hidden brain” impacts the way we vote, shapes the way we respond to mass tragedies, and aids in indoctrinating suicide bombers. He spoke at Harvard Book Store. close
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