Nov. 30, 2020

Daniel Lieberman | How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity―and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race

Daniel Lieberman | How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity―and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race

Daniel Lieberman discusses the fascinating hormone that drives every one of us to pursue the future that we desire. Find out how this single neurotransmitter in the brain ultimately drives many of our decisions, emotions and behaviors as we unknowingly...


Daniel Lieberman discusses the fascinating hormone that drives every one of us to pursue the future that we desire. Find out how this single neurotransmitter in the brain ultimately drives many of our decisions, emotions and behaviors as we unknowingly pursue the molecule of more.

 

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Daniel is the Author of The Molecule of More, available now!

 

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Daniel Lieberman

Daniel Z. Lieberman, M.D. is professor and vice chair for clinical affairs in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University. Dr. Lieberman is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a recipient of the Caron Foundation Research Award, and he has published over 50 scientific reports on behavioral science. He has provided insight on psychiatric issues for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the US Department of Commerce, and the Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy, and has discussed mental health in interviews on CNN, C-SPAN, and PBS. Dr. Lieberman studied the Great Books at St. John's College. He received his medical degree and completed his psychiatric training at New York University.