‘The Origin of the Human Mind: Insights from Brain Imaging and Evolution,’ presented by Martin Sereno, a cognitive scientist at the University of California, San Diego.
(One of a series called Grey Matters: From Molecules to Mind.)
- ‘Neuroarthistory’ to probe the neolithic mind & cognitive evolution
- Another genetic difference between humans and chimps
- Rapidly evolving RNA genes in human evolution
- What will the neanderthal genome teach us about human brain evolution?
My name is Steve Curry and I work at Cerecore Institute (www.cerecore.com) in Bellevue Washington. For the last 20 years, we have provided our objective cognitive assessment tool (Thomas Indicator Profile, TIP)for executive coaching, career consultation, and ADD clients. For the last four years we have began the process of expanding our work into new areas. I have been thinking about the concept of “cognitive power” because this is what we actually offer our clients. It is with this thought I googled and watched the lecture. Thank you. I thought I would also send a link to a article from social theory that seems to be tracking on the same theoretical plane, http;//www.pr.ucy.ac.cy/EN/articles/Chomsky_anagoreusi.html.
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