Laurie Santos on What Makes the Human Mind So Special

Psychological scientist Laurie R. Santos of Yale University says that her cognitive experiments with monkeys and dogs suggests that  humans’ unique ability to understand others’ mental states can, in many cases, actually cause us to confuse that thinking with our own. See her complete presentation at the 29th APS Annual Convention in Boston.


i think {no pun intended) a more common question and more pertinent is what do you do. and you should wonder why the constant walking back and forth?. perhaps you feel you need to include more motor skills to dilute the boredom of repetition. just an opinion. otherwise good information.

P.S. i am a retired electrician.

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