Neuroscience DVDs – St. Thomas Libraries Blog
Archbishop Ireland Library, Charles J. Keffer Library, Libraries, Media/Music Collections, News & Events, O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library, Science

Neuroscience DVDs

Get a closer look at the brain with some neuroscience DVDs in the Music and Media Collections. We’re on the first floor of the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library to the right of the Main Circulation Desk. Please feel free to step in and look around!

Brain Story: New Frontiers in Brain Research is a six part series featuring research by neuroscientist Dr. Susan Greenfield. Outstanding 3D graphics bring the brain to life as you learn about the deep complexities of the human brain. Each 50-minute section of this BBC production focuses on a different aspect of the brain, utilizing study from biology, linguistics, and psychology.
QP 376 .B73 2003 pt. 1-6 DVD

In the 2015 PBS production The Brain, neuroscientist David Eagleman takes you on a journey through the wonders of the human brain. Through this six part series, he addresses big questions about humanity with a unique combination of personal stories and innovative special effects.
QP 376 .B365 2015 disc 1-2 DVD

If you’re looking for a more technical approach, check out Discovering the Human Brain: New Pathways to Neuroscience. Dr. Susan Bookheimer uses the resources of UCLA’s Brain Mapping Center to illustrate the history of neuroscience. She charts the development of our understanding of the brain from the reliance on autopsies in the past to our use of MRI machines today.
QP 385 .D57 2007 DVD


By Sarah Pavey

Previous Post Next Post

You Might Also Like