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January 09, 2012


Mark Robert Waldman

Great material Stephanie. Even when neuroscientists like Andy Newberg publish popular books -- or when neuro-researchers like myself, Dan Siegel, or Daniel Amen speak about the emotional/cognitive centers of the brain, we often reduce complex functions of the brain into sound-bites. Then, unfortunately, other people distill our over-simplifications further, and it turns into urban myth. The upside: more people take an interest in the brain now than ever before. The other upside: it allows wonderful blogs like this one to pop up. I'm recommending your site to everyone in our social media world. Congrats! Mark Waldman

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