BatLab Featured by National Geographic

BatLab Featured by National Geographic

BatLab Featured by National Geographic

Set your TiVo for a three-part National Geographic special series on the brain's memory, sensory perception and attention—and a highlight of an Institute for Systems Research faculty member!

"Brain Games" will air during prime time on the National Geographic cable channel, October 9. In the segment on sensory perception, Daniel Kish, an echolocating blind man, visits Professor Cynthia Moss's (Psychology/ISR) Auditory Neuroethology Lab.

Synopsis
Narrated by Neil Patrick Harris, National Geographic's groundbreaking three-part series provides a fascinating window into the inner workings of the brain as never before. Through interactive experiments and tricks, "Brain Games" reveals how our brains create the illusion of a seamless reality. As these revealing experiments provide a unique view into our brains, the world's leading experts explain how and why these tests work. "Brain Games" explores cutting-edge science to examine real people with extraordinary brains, revealing new discoveries about attention, sensory perception and memory.

| Learn more about the video on the National Geographic video website |

 

September 7, 2011


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