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Old 30-05-2011, 03:42 AM   #51
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That is a great link.

It makes me sad though because I seldom have enough time to watch the good youtube links anymore.

I bought two of his courses from the teaching company.

Ill let you know how they are.

So far the first part sounds like an audio version of Zebras. But I like hearing it as well to help learn more.
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The whole thing is free on iTunes, too.
In the lectures, he refers to Zebras a number of times, particularly about depression.
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Thanks for that Sapolsky link, Diane. I listened to the first lecture and look forward to finishing that series. (This thread is turning into a great personal reference for me, by the way.)

Byron, I know what you mean about being overwhelmed with the amount of information. There just isn't enough time to take it all in.
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Thanks for that Sapolsky link, Diane. I listened to the first lecture and look forward to finishing that series. (This thread is turning into a great personal reference for me, by the way.)

Byron, I know what you mean about being overwhelmed with the amount of information. There just isn't enough time to take it all in.
I keep reminding myself that there is 24 hours and that's it. Can only do 15 -17 hrs of things per day. But doing it for years will be better then cramming it in and not enjoying it.

I say I keep reminding myself because I forget it like every day
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