Brain hacking: using neurofeedback to master conflicting wills in your mind

I've written before about Moran Cerf — celebrated neuroscientist, former military hacker, and good-guy bank robber — who also happens to be a great storyteller. Here's a video in which Cerf recounts some clever and fascinating neuroscience experiments that use neurofeedback to help people resolve competition between different thoughts and wills in their minds. The applications are even more interesting — mentally controlling a robotic arm, for example.

Moran Cerf: Hacking the brain

(Thanks, Moran!)