I was catching up on some television watching when I discovered this little nugget. Dr. David Eagleman has written the book, Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain which examines the various processes that occur without the conscious mind being aware. The reviews on Amazon are mixed, but for those of us who are not in the neuroscience field, it could be a good read. In the interview, he comes across as a younger, cool, hip and bright neuroscientist. He does not come off all like the stereotypical stodgy scientist image. It's a short, fun interview. Who knows, it may just make a student interested in the brain.