Last Updated Oct 4, 2010 5:06 PM EDT
Did you know that the brain is a naturally aggressive animal that's designed to solve problems in jungles and grasslands? But contrary to this notion, most of our brain work today is done inside office cubicles, conference rooms and labs. In this podcast, John Medina, developmental molecular biologist and author of "Brain Rules," explains how our brains are wired, why exercising and napping are important to brain performance, how male and female brains are different, and how to make the modern workplace more "brain-friendly."
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