January 15, 2016 / Modified sep 9, 2016 3:48 p.m.

Episode 11: How Our Brain Makes Up its Mind

Originally Aired January 15, 2016

How do the activities of ensembles of nerve cells drive our capacity to decide, remember, and navigate? Large-scale recordings of the electrical and chemical activities of neurons in behaving animals give us some important clues.


Stephen Cowen, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Arizona
Leslie Tolbert, Ph.D, Regents' Professor in the University of Arizona's Department of Neuroscience

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