...and 7 other lessons about the command center that runs our body. Lisa Feldman Barret, professor of psychology at Northeastern University and director of the Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab, says the 128 billion neurons in the brain act like the air traffic control system. They are knit together into a pattern that's capable of a remarkable range of functions, from satisfying thirst to making morally responsible choices. Plus, Why Plato was wrong about the brain.


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