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Brain fitness2 [DVD videorecording] : sight & sound / Santa Fe Productions ; directed and edited by Eli Brown ; written and produced by Lennlee Keep.

Contributor(s): Brown, Eli | Keep, Lennlee | Coyote, Peter | Tiano, Anthony Stephen | Santa Fe Productions | PBS Home Video.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: [Alexandria, Va.?] : PBS Home Video, [2008]Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 0793670276; 9780793670277.Other title: Sight & sound [DVD videorecording].Subject(s): Brain -- Aging | Cognition -- Age factorsGenre/Form: Documentary television programs. | DVDs for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 612.8/2 | 612.8 LOC classification: QP376 | .B73 2008
Production Credits: Executive producer, Anthony Tiano ; photographed by Eli Brown and Jim Hoppin.
Host, Peter Coyote.Summary: "Every moment of our lives we are making decisions based on information from our senses. What we hear and see tells us to stop or go, helps us connect with loved ones, and defines our world. As we age, the information that we receive from our eyes and ears becomes degraded and our ability to act on this information slows. But what if we could do something to impact these abilities? What if our brain holds the key to our independence? Brain fitness2 explores these possibilities"--Container.Summary: A special in-depth look at the advances in neuroplasticity and how it relates to healthy aging, with a particular focus on making the most of information filtered through our eyes and ears.
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Adult materials DVD 612.82 BRA (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562012611747
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DVD; widescreen presentation.

Closed-captioned.

Host, Peter Coyote.

Executive producer, Anthony Tiano ; photographed by Eli Brown and Jim Hoppin.

Not rated.

Number 2 in title in superscript.

"Every moment of our lives we are making decisions based on information from our senses. What we hear and see tells us to stop or go, helps us connect with loved ones, and defines our world. As we age, the information that we receive from our eyes and ears becomes degraded and our ability to act on this information slows. But what if we could do something to impact these abilities? What if our brain holds the key to our independence? Brain fitness2 explores these possibilities"--Container.

A special in-depth look at the advances in neuroplasticity and how it relates to healthy aging, with a particular focus on making the most of information filtered through our eyes and ears.

Special feature: Driving, synethesia, BrainPort device.

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