1. CLBB's 2014-2015 Year in Review


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    2014-2015 was a banner year for CLBB. We initiated major work in pain and juvenile justice, built bridges with Harvard Law School and Harvard Medical School, and maximized the dissemination of our research through policy change, public commentary, over 180 faculty publications and awards, and a record-breaking number of symposia. Watch this video to review this year's highlights. Explore more at our website, clbb.org.

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    • Surfaces


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      This was the first video I made in my first filmmaking class at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, CA. I took the class as continuing education while I was waiting to depart for the Peace Corps.

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      • Zombie Motor Control Paul Gray


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        Lecture begins at 5:30. Lecture teaching the role of hindbrain and midbrain in motor control using Zombies as narrative framework. Presented by Paul A. Gray, PhD MBA, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology to 1st year medical students at Washington University School of Medicine May 5, 2015. This lecture is for educational purposes only and not designed for the diagnosis of humans or zombies.

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        • The Evolving Brain


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          Using amazing new technologies, evolutionary neuroscientist Melina Hale and her students at the University of Chicago are discovering that the basic movements in one tiny fish can teach us big ideas about how the brain's circuitry works. Written and produced by Norman Cohen for "Mysteries of the Brain," a series funded by the National Science Foundation as part of their participation in the BRAIN Initiative.

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          • Brain Development


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            How does the brain develop? I just started an online course about The Bilingual Brain on Coursera. Interesting stuff there and here's the beginning of what I got out of it.

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            • Call to Practitioners


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              • Headstrong Performance Introduction


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                Watch this 3-minute illustrated clip from Keynote Speaker and Author, Marcel Daane, as he introduces his new book: Headstrong Performance - Improve Your Mental Performance With Nutrition, Exercise, and Neuroscience

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                • Adam Gazzaley: Neuro-gaming to Treat Aging


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                  UCSF neurologist Adam Gazzaley tells an Arc audience about his astonishing findings in using neural games to treat the diseases of aging.

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                  • USC Pre-Health String Ensemble


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                    Every two weeks, you'll find a group of people playing music in the lobby of a science building at USC. Dr. Kenneth Geller is a teacher and counselor. After realizing many of his students played string instruments, he decided to pick up his age-old hobby and make an ensemble. "I've played for years, but I really haven't played. I've been so busy when I was at Children's Hospital," says Dr. Geller, who worked as a pediatric ENT surgeon at Children's Hospital for 35 years and is now the director of pre-health advisement at USC. "This is a good opportunity. Number one, I can play a little bit. And we can get the students together and let them do something and not make it something that is pressurized." The group is casual. They come in shorts and t-shirts. They joke and make light conversation. "Our pre-health string ensemble, it's a lot more casual than a traditional string ensemble would be," says Ning Liu, a sophomore pre-med. "There's no end-goal where you're trying to make a performance. You're not trying to record anything. You're just trying to play something you enjoy and other people enjoy. You're playing together and to have fun while you're at it. It's a great way to de-stress and get away from the tedious grinding of every day school life." The group plays with whoever comes. It can be difficult when some instruments aren't present like the cello, which they always seem to lack. And without a conductor, it can be difficult to keep tempo. "Working as a team, anybody can speak up. Anybody can stop and say let's do that over again," Dr. Geller says. "It's a team thing. It's also good for medicine--teamwork." To Dr. Geller and the students, it isn't about playing perfectly. If they mess up, they laugh and start over again. It's a time to relax and bond. "Once you're a part of it, you realize how cathartic it is to just be able to play and relax for these two hours," says Amanda Zhous, a sophomore pre-med. "And if you really enjoy music, it really isn't a chore or a time commitment you have to keep." But they're bonding goes beyond the playing. They sometimes get dinner or go out to watch concerts. "Having Dr. Geller as a friend or a figure there is really helpful because he knows a lot about what it is to be pre-med," Liu says. "He's the head of the pre-health office. Just being able to be around him and siphon off his knowledge is pretty great." As much as the ensemble relieves stress from the students, it brings joy to Dr. Geller. "I just appreciate all the students that come and spend the time with me to play," Dr. Geller says. "I feel great about it. For me, it's a pleasure to do it and the fact that they make it possible for me I'm grateful for." Filmed, Edited, and Written by Cameron Quon

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                    • Ron Johnson: The Heart of Decision Making


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                      Business executive Ron Johnson says the best marketing engages both the heart and the head. Even today, in the era of big data, the human touch still matters.

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