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Steve Thomas
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We know what we think, but most of the time, we do not know how we think. Our consciousness does not have access to most of the workings of our brain. The unconscious mind processes information and the results of these processes enter consciousness as a feeling. This feeling of knowing is vital to our survival. Dr. Ginger Campbell helps us understand that knowing is not about storing information but, instead, is a feeling. Ginger Campbell started podcasting in the earliest days podcasting. After 15 years, she is still going, interviewing the leading figures in neuroscience and psychology. This year she was inducted into the podcasting hall of fame for her work on the Brain Science podcast. She is also the host of podcasts Books & Ideas and Graying Rainbows: Coming Out LGBT+ Later in Life. Dr. Campbell is one of the great science communicators of our time making complex ideas accessible.
Troy Swanson, May 2022
Episode 222
222: Brain Science – Dr. Virginia Campbell – Circulating Ideas
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Ginger Campbell, MD
Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty [Kindle]
Brain Science Podcast
Ginger Campbell chosen for 2022 Podcast Hall of Fame
Free Brain Science Newsletter
Books and Ideas Podcast
Graying Rainbows Podcast
How much of the brain do we use? What are some important things we need to know about our brain?
How much of the brain do we use? What are some important things we need to know about our brain?
Ginger Campbell: What Humanists Need to Know About Palliative Care (AHA Conference 2015)
Ginger Campbell: What Humanists Need to Know About Palliative Care (AHA Conference 2015)
TWiV 723: COVID-19 palliative care with Ginger Campbell, MD
TWiV 723: COVID-19 palliative care with Ginger Campbell, MD
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