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Jan 27, 2023

With the left hemisphere of her brain ravaged by a hemorrhage, neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor made a surprising discovery. The brain bleed had not only deprived her of language, it had also wiped away memory of past trauma. What Dr. Taylor learned about brain cells after a stroke has implications for identity, spirituality, and insight.  Find out why you’re a better lie detector without your left hemisphere, and why shouting at a stroke survivor is not the best strategy.   Plus - the "Singing Brain Banker".