What Makes Me?
Episode 2 | Stuck in the Present
Henry Molaison couldn't form new memories. His case reveals something important about the brain’s ability to think into the future. Both the past, and the future are constructions of the same networks in the brain.
Human babies are born utterly helpless, compared to many newborn animals. Why?
An experiment in a shop window demonstrates why teens feel far more stressed than adults.
The brains of London taxi drivers were tracked before, during and after their training.
A study of nuns’ brains shows us how to best protect our brains as we age.
The process of becoming someone is about pruning back the brain’s connections.