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Bigger, better, faster, more: Brain Doping by Schidlowsky, Christian & Prinzler, Hannah

Does our brain need help to deal with the coping demands from our society? With a perfect brain at hand, neuroscientists are testing for ways to improve our memory, creativity and emotional intelligence. New technologies make it possible for our brains to achieve more, and drugs called neuro enhancers are a commonly used. Or could we achieve the same result with a good night sleep, a meditation course or a cup of coffee?

Director
Schidlowsky, Christian & Prinzler, Hannah
Copyright Holder
Java Films SARL
Duration
52 min.
Year of release
2011
Language
English

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