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Brendan Nyhand, Dartmouth <Brendan.J.Nyhan@dartmouth.edu> political scientist/psychologist specializing in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. All those studies about how stating facts never change people’s minds? He’s right in the thick of that work.
How do our veterans heal the deep scars of combat? In this episode host Michele Rosenthal interviews one military couple about what it takes to overcome PTSD. Dr. Janet J. Seahorn is a professor at Colorado State University. She specializes in neuro-science research and lectures on the development of the human mind. Her husband Tony retired early as a Corporate Director to concentrate on PTSD treatment with the VA in hopes of improving his quality of life. Together they are the authors of Tears of a Warrior: A Family's Story of Combat and Living with PTSD.
Michele Rosenthal is a an award-winning PTSD blogger, best-selling and award-nominated author and the founder of HealMyPTSD.com. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
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The Planetary Society’s Emily Lakdawalla, Space.com contributor Rod Pyle and journalist and author Marc Kaufman look back at the first two years of the Curiosity Rover’s mission on Mars, and look ahead to the future of Mars exploration. Pyle is the author of the newly published book “Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission and the People Who Made It Happen.” Lakdawalla is working on a book tentatively titled “Curiosity on Mars: Design, Planning and the First Mars Year of Operations,” due to be published in 2015. Marc Kaufman writes for the Washington Post and is the author of "First Contact: Scientific Breakthroughs in the Hunt for Life Beyond Earth" and Mars Up Close: Inside the Curiosity Mission, published August 5, 2014. NBC News science editor Alan Boyle is the host for this episode, which marks the second anniversary (in Earth years) of Curiosity’s Mars landing.
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