Carnegie Mellon University
"Neuroscience of Baseball"
In the Blink of an Eye: The Neuroscience of Baseball
How does the architecture of the brain allow us to learn complex skills and make fast decisions? What parts of neuroanatomy come into play when a person is trying to stop a 100-mph fastball with a piece of wood? Join Carnegie Mellon University Assistant Professor Timothy Verstynen as he discusses the brain science behind America's favorite pastime.
Verstynen is an assistant professor in Psychology at the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University.
Recorded Monday, October 3, 2016 at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA.