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BRAIN GAMES: FAMILY EDITION explores the fascinating components of the human brain and how they shape our perceptions and everyday lives. Host Jason Silva opens each episode with an exercise for your mind which will often leave you scratching your head. These exercises will serve as a jumping-off point for a deep dive into the reality of human perception and the fascinating ways that our brain functions.

Each week, Host Jason Silva will explore a variety of different topics including visual perception, memory, skill learning, decision making, and many more. BRAIN GAMES: FAMILY EDITION educates and inspires viewers by presenting a series of experiments and activities designed to help people improve cognitive function and use their brains better, smarter and faster.

About the Host

Jason Silva

Jason Silva

Jason Silva is an Emmy-nominated and world renown TV personality, storyteller, filmmaker, and sought-after keynote speaker.

Jason is a well-recognized host of a popular series on the National Geographic Channel, broadcasted in over 171 countries, and has received multiple Emmy Nominations.
His inspirational videos, Shots of Awe, have received over 100 million views across social platforms. The videos explore topics such as futurism, technology, creativity, the science of awe, disruptive innovation, relationships and mental health.

A global keynote speaker, Jason has given talks at events for Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, Oracle, Adobe, Electronic Arts, Cannes Lions, Tribeca Film Festival, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, 20th Century Fox, Cosmopolitan, PHD Worldwide, Google Zeitgeist, TED Global, The Economist, and more.
 
 

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On this week’s Brain Games, we break up into teams for some fierce competition. But how competitive are you? And why? Whether it’s clapping, drawing pictures or racing through an obstacle course, the only thing that matters is having fun…and, of course, winning.

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