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  • How Reading Can Change Your Brain(03:26)
  • Scientists measured the short term effects of reading using fMRI scans, and they found that reading actually changes your brain! What specifically hap...
  • Date: August 12, 2014
  • Source: DNews
  • Explaining the Empathy Switch in Psychopat...(02:12)
  • Are psychopaths' brains hardwired to be emotionless? SourceFed's Lee Newton joins Anthony to talk about a new study that show how they might have the ...
  • Date: July 30, 2013
  • Source: DNews
  • Thought Police(28:40)
  • Did Zimmerman really act in self defense? Did O.J. kill Nicole? Is Weiner still sexting? If only we could read minds... Actually, that may not be such...
  • Date: July 31, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Live Segments
  • The Most Detailed Map of the Brain(03:08)
  • Scientists are getting a better than ever look inside the human brain. Sure they've had fMRI's for a while and they're great, but it's nothing when co...
  • Date: June 23, 2013
  • Source: DNews
  • A Computer That Records Your Dreams(02:57)
  • Scientists have developed a way to read dreams. Scientists at UC Berkeley have created device that can actually create images formed in the brain whil...
  • Date: April 09, 2013
  • Source: DNews
  • Hot On HuffPost Science Top 5 Countdown(00:32)
  • HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria runs down the Top 5 stories on the Science vertical in rapid-fire fashion.
  • Date: February 22, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Live Highlights
  • Hot On HuffPost Science: Zombies, Parasite...(19:05)
  • HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria sits down with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss the top stories on HuffPost Science.
  • Date: February 22, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Live Segments
  • Scientists Read Minds(01:23)
  • Scientists at University of California at Berkley, have developed a method to copy what the brain sees. They say it could have medical benefits down
  • Date: September 23, 2011
  • Source: Newsy