Operation Ouch: Brilliant Brains - The Nervous System
Operation Ouch

Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at the amazing things our brains can do!

Mystery Science: How Does Your Brain Control Your Body?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students explore the brain’s role in receiving information from the senses, processing that information, and controlling the muscles to enable movement.

Arizona Science Center: DIY I-Spy Tubes
Arizona Science Center

Keeping your brain active is one of the best ways to improve brain function.

Brains On! Why Does Tickling Make You Laugh?
Brains On!

Almost everybody is ticklish, but what’s happening to us is a bit of a mystery.

Brains On! The Nerve! Electricity in our Bodies
Brains On!

Your body is making and using electricity all the time — but how do we do it?

StarTalk: Are You Out of Your Mind?
StarTalk

Learn about the role of the hippocampus in memory, the effects of LSD on the brain, the possible medical uses of LSD and other psychotropic drugs, and what a 19th century railroad worker named Phineas Gage can teach us about traumatic brain injuries.

StarTalk: Making Cents of Money
StarTalk

Show me the money! Best-selling personal finance author and TV host Suze Orman gives us her two cents about investing, the economic melt-down, and the impact of science on the financial world.

SciShow Psych: Your Most Vivid Memories Aren't As Accurate As You Think
SciShow Psych

We all have memories that seem like they happened yesterday, but can you really trust them?

SciShow Psych: Do Doorways Actually Make Us Forget Things?
SciShow Psych

Have you ever forgotten why you walked into a room? Turns out it’s just your brain doing its job.

SciShow Psych: Does Photographic Memory Exist?
SciShow Psych

Don’t you think it would be nice if you had a photographic memory? But is it actually a thing?

SciShow Psych: How Ancient Viruses Might Have Changed Our Brains
SciShow Psych

Recent discoveries about the Arc protein have shown that its function and origin may be even more complicated than scientists originally thought.