Tue, 24 November 2015
A Princeton professor of neuroscience and psychology, Dr. Sabine Kastner talks in-depth about the mechanics of sensory processing, filtering, and the brain's attention network. Currently on the forefront of many forms of ADHD research, Dr. Sabine discusses her theories on emerging results and provides a great insight into the interesting and complex work under way.
[Note: The pre-interview talk for this episode concludes at 0:14:44.]
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