1. My Mind's Eye: A Series of Video Interviews.
    Episode 1 - The Mind Body Problem: An interview with Ned Block,
    Silver Professor of Philosophy, Psychology and Neural Science at NYU
    nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/
    © 2013 Imaginal Disc
    imaginaldisc.com

    Host: Joseph LeDoux.
    Writer-Director: Alexis Gambis.
    Producer: Rose Meacham.
    Camera: Alejandro Meija.
    Administrative Support: Will Chang.
    Production Assistants: Danabelle Ignes, Janna Kyllastinen, Rodolfo Fermin.
    Ambient Score: Christopher Libertino.
    Visual Imagery: Rose Meacham.

    "My Mind's Eye" video shot at Cameo in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
    Playing on the video were:
    Joseph LeDoux, rhythm guitar & vocals,
    Amanda Thorpe, bass & vocals,
    Tyler Volk, lead guitar,
    Daniela Schiller, drums.

    The song 'My Mind's Eye' was released on the Amygdaloid's EP, All in Our Minds (2011).
    Jeff Peretz, producer, lead guitar & percussion.

    Recorded at Headgear Recording, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
    Copyright by Joseph LeDoux Music ASCAP.
    The Amygdaloids (amygdaloids.com).

    Special Thanks:
    Emotional Brain Institute
    cns.nyu.edu/ebi/
    Imagine Science Films
    imaginesciencefilms.org

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  2. Host: Joseph LeDoux
    Director: Alexis Gambis
    Producer: Rose Meacham
    Camera: Alejandro Meija
    Editor: Léo Ghysels
    Administrative Support: Will Chang
    Production Assistants: Danabelle Ignes, Janna Kyllastinen, Rodolfo Fermin

    "Map of Your Mind" is from the 2013 EP All in Our Minds by The Amygdaloids.

    Musicians on the recording: Joseph LeDoux, Amanda Thorpe, Daniela Schiller, Jeff Peretz

    Music video produced, directed, and edited by Noah Hutton
    noahhutton.com/

    Supported by Imagine Science Films and The Emotional Brain Institute
    imaginesciencefilms.org
    nyu.edu/ebi/

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  3. My Mind's Eye: A Series of Video Interviews on Mind and Brain.
    Episode 2 - How Free Is Your Will? An interview with Michael Gazzaniga
    Professor of Psychology and the Director for the SAGE Center for the Study of Mind at the University of California Santa Barbara
    psych.ucsb.edu/people/faculty/gazzaniga
    © 2014 Imaginal Disc
    imaginaldisc.com

    Host: Joseph LeDoux.
    Writer-Director: Alexis Gambis.
    Producer: Rose Meacham.
    Camera: Alejandro Meija.
    Editor: Leo Ghysels
    Administrative Support: Will Chang.
    Production Assistants: Danabelle Ignes, Janna Kyllastinen, Rodolfo Fermin.

    Band members: Joseph LeDoux, Tyler Volk, Amanda Thorpe, Daniela Schiller
    amygdaloids.com

    Special thanks to Loren Schwartz, Jerry Fennell, and John Werner of the NY State Supreme Court for arranging the video shoot at 60 Centre Street in New York.

    Thanks also to Jennifer Brout and Tim Sommer of Knock Out Noise for permission to use the audio recording of "How Free Is Your Will," and to Stuart Chatwood for engineering assistance with the track.

    "How Free Is Your Will" is from the 2010 CD Theory of My Mind by The Amygdaloids on the Knock Out Noise label.

    Supported by Imagine Science Films
    imaginesciencefilms.org

    Supported by The Emotional Brain Institute
    nyu.edu/ebi/index.html

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  4. BrainStateTech.com
    Dr. Sung Lee discusses the science and benefits behind the non-invasive process of Brainwave Optimization.

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  5. BrainStateTech.com
    Overview of the Brainwave Optimization process, should be viewed before first session.

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