Researcher Tracks Brain Waves to Study Election

The presidential race elicits strong opinions from many -- including many of you who voted in our NewsDepth Primary Election.

From the debates -- to advertisements and campaign stops, one neuroscience researcher is discovering how our brain reacts to presidential candidates by measuring brainwaves.
Brian Stelter explains.

Instructional Links

Website: PBS, Secret Life of the Brain

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Interactive Online Diagram: PBS LearningMedia, Nova, Mapping the Brain

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