Your New Brain with Neuroscientist, Dr Joseph Jebelli
Timothy and neuroscientist Dr Joseph Jebelli - author of 'How the Mind Changed: A Human History of Our Evolving Brain’ - explore what the changing brain means to your identity… why society has advanced faster than our brain, and what that means for creatives and leaders who lead complex teams. If it's possible for your partner’s brain to change, are we expecting change in people to occur too fast? They also explore his first book, 'In Pursuit of Memory'.
27 Oct 2023
Social Sciences · Business
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