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Documentaries are one of the most exciting developments in our times (second half of the twentieth century onwards), because science has begun to free itself from patriarchal dogmas in knowledge and research, such as Women / Black people are less intelligent than Men / White people (ugh!). But beware. Popular science documentaries claiming to base their info on neuroscience findings tend to be terrible when addressing gender issues. Men are not from Mars and women are not from Venus. We all have human minds, whose development depends a great deal in what people expect from us, among other factors (yes, also your own talents). I recommend here those I consider best – about the world and human minds.
- Baby Human. Geniuses in Diapers, by a team of women scientists (Canada/USA, 2013). A must to learn about how the human brain develops from birth to two years old. Six one-hour episodes. Comprar
- Redesign My Brain. Season 1. Episode 1. Video. Make Me Smarter and episode 2, Make Me More Creative, by Todd Sampson (Australia, 2013).
Free to download at storyofstuff.com:
Podcast episodes at http://storyofstuff.org/podcasts/