/ Modified feb 21, 2019 10:20 a.m.

Episode 169: Investigating the Mind-Body Dialogue

Everyone knows our brain controls our body, but how does our body influence our brain?

The Mind-Body Dialogue The 2019 UA Science Lecture Series, Searching for Certainty, explores the debates and discoveries, from scientists across disciplines, that are shaping science today.
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Investigating the Mind-Body Dialogue

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Episode 169: Katalin Gothard, professor of physiology and neurology at the University of Arizona

The brain receives the blame for our mental failures because we believe our thoughts and feelings come from the brain while the body simply stands by. But University of Arizona physiology and neurology professor Katalin Gothard is investigating how the body influences the brain, calling the connection between the mind and the body a two-way conversation.

She will present details of her research on Tuesday, February 19 as part of the College of Science Lecture Series.

Watch the full lecture live online

Katalin Gothard spoke with Prof. Tim Swindle of the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory

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