Original video and source article available from CBS here.
Tag Archives: neuroscience
TEDMed talk at Columbia University: Why is it so difficult for autistic children to learn language? (Aug. 9, 2013)
World Science Festival 2011: Joy Hirsch was honored as one of the top women scientists.
Gina Kolata wrote a NY Times article regarding “Women Atop Their Fields” including Joy Hirsch. More info: at World Science Festival page. A pdf is here and a link to the NY Times page is here.
PBS excerpt from Nova – “How Smart Can We Get?” (Originally aired Oct. 24, 2012)
Joy Hirsch and David Pogue interview George Widener in a documentary, “How Smart Can We Get?” The entire documentary can be watched here.
National Geographic: “My Brilliant Brain” series – George Widener calendar calculating savant.
PBS: Excerpt from interview with Joy Hirsch regarding media violence. (Originally aired: Dec. 22, 2012)
In this interview, Joy Hirsch explains the need to further fund and conduct research on video game violence prior to making any conclusions. The entirety of the PBS documentary can be found here.
National Geographic: “My Brilliant Brain” series – Susan Polgar, chess Grandmaster.
NOVA documentary: “A Mind for Music: with Joy Hirsch and Oliver Sacks. (Originally aired June 30, 2009)
Brain: The Inside Story – Joy Hirsch co-curator of the Brain exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History.
“Brain and Human Language”
Series of museum, magazine and pop-sci pieces regarding fMRI that Joy Hirsch was quoted in or helped curate.
These articles and others can be found and read by clicking the links below.
American Museum of Natural History Brain Brochure
Technology Review (Cover), Part 1 and Part 2
New York Times:_”Journey to the Center of My Mind”
New York Times: “Signs of Awareness Seen in Brain-Injured Patients”
Newsweek – “Mapping the Brain”