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The Brain Defense: A Real-Life Legal Thriller for Science Buffs

In The Brain Defense, Kevin Davis reports on a 1991 murder case that questions the extent to which we can blame our brains for an act of violence.


3 Recent Brain Discoveries That Shape ‘Peak Performance’

Friederike Fabritius and Hans W. Hagemann, authors of The Leading Brain, share some recent fascinating findings about the brain.


The Perpetual Now: Living with No New Memory

Michael Lemonick shares the story of Lonni Sue Johnson and the virus that took away her memory – but didn’t strip her of her life.


The Mind Fields: Embracing the Weird World of Neuropsychoanalysis

In the Mind Fields is a record of Casey Schwart'z thinking about the crossroads of neuroscience and psychoanalysis, dubbed neuropsychoanalysis.


The Concussion that Nearly Ruined Clark Elliott’s Life

Clark Elliott, the author of Ghost in My Brain, suffered a concussion that wiped out basic cognitive skills. He joins us to talk about the long recovery.


The Brains of Maniacs: A Q&A with ‘Psychopath Whisperer’ Author Dr. Kent A. Kiehl

Dr. Kent A. Kiehl has dedicated his life to figuring out what makes the maniacs among us tick. He joins us for a conversation about his new book, The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science of Those Without Conscience.