31 comments from YouTube

Masooma Zehra said on 11-04-2014 at 46:20:49
Kantian Nanbo said on 25-05-2012 at 59:18:15
Hi my name is Joel I do welding Art and would like to use some life science cell images of your presentation for my art piec How can I use some images of your work?
Yun Liu said on 05-01-2009 at 55:01:26
She is good Half of you profs can't teach they just know But She SURE can TEACH
Black Mimosa said on 21-04-2011 at 21:03:44
why haven't you said anything about neural tube neural crest cells neuroblast I want detail embryology
mj marte said on 11-08-2011 at 13:14:23
this is awesome! brain development continues well into adulthood this is goodnews for me
Lady Xeona said on 01-09-2008 at 26:04:11
good stuff
Lex Zender said on 26-08-2009 at 03:20:47
She is a knowledgeable and intelligent lady She is reading not because she does not know the subject matter She is reading because she is nervous about the presentation I know my own subjects that I am passionate about Yet I am unable to do this type of presentation without a major tele prompting experience or reading from a paper She seems to be a similar case This lecture is awesome Just don't look at her and it will be great She has a beautiful voice and great content for beginners
veronica515 said on 07-04-2009 at 32:13:45
I think this was a good lecture It might not be an interesting presentation for professionals in this field but was certainly a good one for the general public I wonder what the target group for this series of lectures was?
CassandraAbbey said on 03-04-2012 at 36:03:31
I think brain is the most important part of the body
dcichoracki said on 09-12-2009 at 44:04:20
Your comment is useless During her introduction it's stated about 1:00 in " those of you in the audience who are high school students and thinking of coming to UCSD" I think the fact that she explains what neurons are at the outset of her lecture gives an idea of what medical knowledge may be necessary to understand the coming lecture That being said it's a good intro to the material but if you want something more advanced this isn't going to suit your needs
weewilly2007 said on 29-07-2013 at 27:10:47
A single human brain is as complex as all the leaves on all the trees in the amazon forest? (4:00) Sophisticated enough to recognize a sleazy sales pitch when it hears one surely So next Q is; once this brain gets all the food it wants what then? Pull another planet out of its A hole? & how will that 1 compare to this?
Adrian Hooper said on 07-08-2013 at 12:03:48
Great teacher
mjufpn said on 15-01-2010 at 29:17:50
agreed most she said can be read in a average encyclopedia
slapcompany said on 01-10-2011 at 47:14:44
When you don’t know what true for you everyone else has unusual influence Values are deeply held personal beliefs that form your own priority code for living Values are the individual biases that allow you to decide which actions are true for you alone What are your values?
mj marte said on 11-08-2011 at 12:14:12
this is awesome!
Daiiisssy said on 05-02-2013 at 09:05:09
Only God could think of this and design it! Give him Praise!
lucy798 said on 17-01-2011 at 22:09:50
wow i want to go to this university!
Black Mimosa said on 21-04-2011 at 55:02:19
she hasn't talked anything about neural tube development neuroblast cells and neural crest cells she does not know the embryology by Lagman
890slay said on 27-02-2012 at 30:16:58
The brain is the most fascinating and complex organ of the human body
Teddypigyyy said on 26-10-2008 at 11:01:51
very interesting!
Joe Sandor said on 22-02-2012 at 52:02:23
got here from saylor
GuyGuysly said on 19-02-2009 at 44:02:41
Scientists? Ugh ok Have you even bothered to Google or Youtube anything on the topic of "brain surgery"?
7peso said on 08-12-2009 at 49:21:45
sorry for the negative criticism but guyguysly is right this could be a very interesting lecture for somebody in highschool or something but if you are a medical student who say just started to study neuroanatomy and want some help to understand the development of the brain or the function this isnt what your looking for probably shes reading becouse she wrote everything down in a way everybody understands it but this way and becouse of the tone it becomes monotone and "boring"
GuyGuysly said on 27-04-2009 at 42:08:22
So you don't know what you're talking about
MaliCoq said on 27-04-2009 at 20:04:34
lol that is the best comment you could have come up with as a reply?

Video: Brain Development

  • Author: University of California Television (UCTV)
  • Description: UCSD Cognitive scientist Joan Stiles reveals the latest understandings about the intricate relationship between biology and external influences in the development of the brain. Series: "Grey Matters" [3/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11188]
  • Duration: 58:44
  • Date: 22-01-2008
  • Rated: 4.94
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