'Mind Wide Open' Can knowing how your brain works help you get promoted or improve your interpersonal relationships? Could it affect your golf game? NPR's Ira Flatow delves into the neuroscience of everyday life with guest Steven Johnson, author of Mind Wide Open.

Guests:

Steven Johnson
*Author of Mind Wide Open: Your Brain and the Neuroscience of Everyday Life, and Emergence: The Connected Lives of Brains, Ants, Cities and Software
*Columnist ("Emerging Technologies"), Discover Magazine
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Can knowing how your brain works help you get promoted or improve your interpersonal relationships? Could it affect your golf game? NPR's Ira Flatow delves into the neuroscience of everyday life with guest Steven Johnson, author of Mind Wide Open.

Guests:

Steven Johnson
*Author of Mind Wide Open: Your Brain and the Neuroscience of Everyday Life, and Emergence: The Connected Lives of Brains, Ants, Cities and Software
*Columnist ("Emerging Technologies"), Discover Magazine