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Oct 20, 2023

Your early experiences literally change the way you think and feel about the world -- they even shape what you see and hear. Dr. Chantel Prat,  a cognitive neuroscientist and professor at the University of Washington, studies how variations in brain wiring make each of us unique individuals and drive our understanding of each other, and of the world. In this episode, learn which parts of the brain are "experience-expectant" (waiting for input on how to develop), and why trade-offs in the brain are responsible for our personalities, our learning styles, and our values. The answers begin to explain how three pounds of brain develop into what we know as the mind.

Click here to learn if you are a "Carrot" learner or a "Stick"  learner in a special bonus segment.