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the Brain Science Podcast with Dr. Ginger Campbell Comments

There are 26 Comments for this Podcast
Best Science Podcast
Submitted By: lithedance
(546,319 on 4-2013)

I was looking for interesting podcasts to listen to on the four hour drive to my sisters. Having been fascintated by neuroscience since reading John Rateys "A Users Guide to the Brain," this podcast has been a wonderful find.
Submitted By: pjstewart50
(545,617 on 11-2012)

Exceptional information!
This is my favorite podcast. Full of great information, explanations, interviews, and talks. Im so glad I found it!
Submitted By: dananourie
(544,679 on 5-2012)

My favorite
Fascinating content, great guests, insightful interviewing. My favorite podcast by far.
Submitted By: Ronh
(538,697 on 9-2011)

Exceptional content
I have only recently found Dr. Campbells Brain Science Podcasts and wish I had been listening all along. I have a lot of catching up to do. Importantly, the presentation is clear, succinct, understandable. I am using a number of the podcasts in my undergraduate and graduate classes. Dr. Campbell presents complex information with a focus on central issues. She has a great ability to get to the point.
Submitted By: jljutx
(534,083 on 4-2011)

A very interesting site; although I am not a science this is a subject I am interesed in.
Submitted By: mbocc
(514,976 on 3-2010)

thanks for you efforts
Dr. Campbell, thank you for your great show. Thoughtful, insightful compassionate, i fid your voice very comforting for some reason. I have a daughter that received a TBI in an aouto accident several years ago, and the research that i did following that event really got my interest in brain science going. She is doing fine now ( although still "different" is some respects, about to graduate from college to work with troubled youth. I am a 50 year old tree and turf health care professional from MI. Thank you for your efforts and especially thank you for not approaching religious people and ideas in a dismissive way. I feel that the skeptic community is only fueling the fundamentalist movement when they lump all believers into the same group. Which I think actually hurts their cause. May God bless you and yours, unless you find that offensive. Best regards, mark salisbury
Submitted By: markstrees
(513,582 on 3-2010)

Really Understand How Your Brain Works
Wow - Dr. Ginger Campbell explanations of brain functioning go straight to my brain! She explains amazing concepts clearly. Also her podcasts go beyond the physical functioning to the big questions. She looks at the implications of brain functioning on how we interact with the world, who we are, etc. I have learned much and really enjoyed it. Listen to a couple of episodes and see for yourself.
Submitted By: mspalding
(502,094 on 10-2009)

Favorite science podcast
brain science podcast is an outstanding podcast. Dr. Campbell does an excellent job of choosing topics and guests, presenting topics, doing interviews, and explaining the results of neuroscience. Her podcasts are always a great joy to listen to and a great way to be informed for both experts and novices.
Submitted By: luc.canadian
(483,885 on 5-2009)

Brain Science Podcast
This is a fantastic podcast that never fails to fascinate and amaze me. I am an old English literature major with no formal science background, yet I find these podcasts extremely comprehensible. Dr. Campbell does a superb job of making the wonders of brain science available to everyone. Keep up the great work. This podcast is not to be missed!
Submitted By: onetravelers
(472,303 on 3-2009)

I think this is the best podcast on neuroscience that Ive heard yet. She doesnt talk down or make it too simple, so that even those of us who have bachelor degrees in psychology are not board with it and can still learn new information.
Submitted By: mriana1
(431,395 on 9-2008)

A Show of Support
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Submitted By: soupygato
(428,869 on 9-2008)

A Show of Support
A vote of support from The SoupyGato Show.
Submitted By: soupygato
(418,550 on 8-2008)

Edgy, Real, Accessible
Dr. Ginger brings edge thinking on this vital topic to us in accessible language as style.
Submitted By: dysentrope
(366,695 on 3-2008)

Norman Doidge episode #26
This episode was incredible! The questions and answers deepened my understanding of neuroplasticity and yet was presented in a way that could easily be understood by people not familiar with the science of the brain.
Submitted By: vtotten
(361,586 on 2-2008)

Thoughtful, insightful, engaging
Interesting discussions of recent books and interviews with authors. Great selection of issues - brings the fascinating issues of current neuroscience - the mind, consciousness, plasticity - to everyone.
Submitted By: wrightli
(357,873 on 2-2008)

Terrific way to learn about the brain and neuroscience
Submitted By: john-b.richards
(354,245 on 1-2008)

The best podcast out there for learnibg about the brain.
Submitted By: bulentosman.e
(338,929 on 12-2007)

Dr. ginger
Love the show, Im understanding the Brain even more after listening to her podcast.
Submitted By: gtmako
(326,391 on 11-2007)

Down to Earth information...
This podcast is great for people who have had some biology education (at least high school level) but explains and explores much more advanced research in a non-academic manner. Topics are interesting and diverse. Great Job!
Submitted By: fbalas
(322,275 on 10-2007)

Outstanding podcast
Ive just discovered the Brain Science Podcast, and listened to them all. This podcast captures the curiosity that most people have about their inner world and hits just the right balance of scientific detail and rigor, and human interest. Thank you! Dr. Linda Wright
Submitted By: ll.wrightli
(318,707 on 10-2007)

Absolutely necessary for the brain!
After having found this show (by accident, of course) I hope it will go on for ever. :-) Kind regards from a middle-aged humanist without much knowlege of natural sciences
Submitted By: marive
(311,271 on 9-2007)

finally something to hear about Mr. brain ... I think great place to introduction and books source info per topic...
Submitted By: braniti
(243,376 on 3-2007)

Submitted By: dalmation_creation
(223,015 on 2-2007)

Informative & Entertaining Podcast
Good podcast on brain science. Doesnt require a scientific/medical background.
Submitted By: roys5564
(205,490 on 1-2007)

A real gem
Im a 44 year old father of 2 who never was much of a student. But I love this podcast! It has really opened up my brain, and is quenching a thirst for knowledge I never knew I had. Kyle Butler is a master teacher. Joe Divozzo
Submitted By: jdivozzo
(205,476 on 1-2007)

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