Kiki Sanford was kind enough to invite me onto her show, Dr. Kiki’s Science Hour. Dr. Kiki earned a PhD in neuroscience before moving onto science journalism, and it was great fun to talk with her for 50 minutes about neuroanthropology, from how brains, bodies, and culture meet up to what the implications of those interactions are for both research and human society. Here’s the video:
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