Credits: Works Cited and complete film festival version credits

Below is the list of the 36 scientific works specifically cited in the film.

Following that is the full end credits for the film festival version of My Love Affair with the Brain

For the PBS broadcast, credits were limited to 30 seconds, so the full end credits were (sadly but necessarily) abbreviated.

Works Cited

Ralph Adolphs, Daniel Tranel, Antonio R. Damasio
The human amygdala in social judgment,Nature

Ralph Adolphs, Daniel Tranel, Antonio R. Damasio, Hanna Damasio
Fear and the human amygdala,” The Journal of Neuroscience

Bermúdez-Rattoni, Federico
Modification of Brain Circuits through Experience,” Genes to Brain Imaging

Bialystok, Ellen
Reshaping the Mind: The Benefits of Bilingualism,” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology

Brito, Natalie H and Noble, KimberlyG
Socioeconomic status and structural brain development,” Frontiers in Neuroscience

Chung, Kwanghun, et al
Structural and molecular interrogation of intact biological systems,” Nature

Cohen, Susan
“The Strange Fate of Einstein’s Brain,” San Jose Mercury News

Diamond, Marian C.
“Experience of the Brain,” Scientific American
“Response of the Brain to Enrichment,” Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias
“Successful Aging of the Healthy Brain,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology
“The Aging Brain: Some Enlightening and Optimistic Results,” American Scientist

Diamond, Marian C. and Arnold B. Scheibel, et al
“On the Brain of a Scientist: Albert Einstein,” Experimental Neurology

Diamond, Marian C. and David Krech and Mark R. Rosenzweig
“The Effects of an Enriched Environment on the Histology of the Rat Cerebral Cortex,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology

Diamond, Marian C. and Ruth E. Johnson, et al
“Plasticity in the 904-Day-Old Male Rat Cerebral Cortex,” Experimental Neurology

Edward L. Bennett and Marian C. Diamond, David Krech, Mark R. Rozenzweig
“Chemical and Anatomical Plasticity of Brain,” Science Magazine

Fields, R. Doug
“Visualizing Calcium Signaling in Astrocytes,” Science Signaling

Gaser, Christian and Gottfried Schlaug
Brain Structures Differ between Musicians and Non-Musicians,” The Journal of Neuroscience

“Genius Cells in the Brain?” Science Gymnasium

Goleman, Daniel
“New Evidence Points to Growth Of the Brain Even Late in Life,” New York Times

Hair NL, Hanson JL, Wolfe BL, Pollak SD
“Association of Child Poverty, Brain Development, and Academic Achievement,” JAMA Pediagtrics

Hutton, John S. and Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, et al
“Home Reading Environment and Brain Activation in Preschool Children Listening to Stories,” Pediatrics

Jabr, Ferris
“Taxi Drivers’ Brains Grow to Navigate London’s Streets,” Scientific American

Johansson, Barbro B., MD, PhD
“Brain Plasticity and Stroke Rehabilitation,” Stroke

Maguire EA, Woollet K, Spiers HJ
“London taxi drivers and bus drivers: a structural MRI and neuropsychological analysis,” Hippocampus

Maranito, Gina
“The Bizarre Fate of Einstein’s brain,” Discover

Pescovitz, David
“Improving Impoverished Children’s Brains,” Science Matters

Pollok, Bettina and Irmtraud Schnitzler, et al
“Image to Sound Conversion: Experience Induced Plasticity in Auditory Cortex of Blindfolded Adults,” Experimental Brain Research

Ratnaparkhi, Anuradha
“The secreted cell signal Folded Gastrulation regulates glial morphogenesis and axon guidance in Drosophila,” Psychological Science

Skoe E, Krizman J, Kraus N.
“The impoverished brain: disparities in maternal education affect the neural response to sound,” The Journal of Neuroscience

Smith, Kerri
“Settling the Great Glia Debate,” Nature Magazine

Spunt RP, Lieberman MD
The Busy Social Brain,” Psychological Science

Tang YY, Hölzel BK, Posner MI
The neuroscience of mindfulness meditation,” Nature Reviews Neuroscience

Telzer, Eva H. and Andrew Fuligni, et al
The effects of poor quality sleep on brain function and risk taking in adolescence,” Neuroimage

Turner, Beth M. and Sergio Paradiso, et al
The Cerebellum and Emotional Experience,” Neuropsychologia

Van Praag, Henriette and Brian R. Christie, et al
Running enhances neurogenesis, learning, and long-term potentiation in mice,” Prodeedings of the National Academy of Sciencies

END CREDITS
OF FILM FESTIVAL VERSION
MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE BRAIN

Produced and Directed by
Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg

Written, Photographed and Edited by
Gary Weimberg

Executive Producers
Mary and Stan Friedman
Tyson Lindo

Narrator
Mayim Bialik

Original Music
Todd Boekelheide

Additional Camera
Todd Darling
Eli Jacobs Fantauzzi
Tyson Lindo
Veronica Lopez
Clare Major
Tim Metzger

Sound
Dave Wendlinger
Ian Slattery
Veronica Lopez

Associate Producers
Millie Borowiak
Dr. Jayne Hagan
Ian Slattery

Sound Editor and Digital Video Enhancement
Kevin O’Brien

Sound Mix
Jim LeBrecht, Berkeley Sound Artists

Video On-line
Heather Weaver, Reeltime Color

Story & Editorial Consultants
Todd Boekelheide
Jen Bradwell
Dr. Jayne Hagen
Bill Jersey
Dr. Norman Kachuck
John Nutt

Graphics
David Murray
Nicole Tostevin
Casey Couser

Assistant Editors
Tyson Lindo
Veronica Lopez
Max Stein

Transcriptions
Millie Borowiak

Production Intern
Alexandra Wood

Additional music
Killer Tracks

Funding
Berkeley Film Foundation
San Francisco Foundation
KQED

Fiscal Sponsor
Catticus Corporation

Special Thanks
Susan and Jim Acquistapache
Michael Astrachan
Marilyn Bancel
Todd and Linda Darling
Doug Fields
Vivian Hilgrove
Ben Hubbard
Shirley Kessler
Jill Marchant
Marcia McNutt
Mike Smith
Meg Starr
Tamara Friedman and 150 students at Berkeley High School
Maria Sheinina and 7th grade Science class, Tehiyah Day School

Works Cited
Adolphs R, Tranel D, Damasio AR
“The human amygdala in social judgment,” Psychological Science

Adolphs R, Tranel D, Damasio AR, Damasio H
“Fear and the human amygdala,” Psychological Science

Bermúdez-Rattoni, Federico
“Modification of Brain Circuits through Experience,” Genes to Brain Imaging

Bialystok, Ellen
“Reshaping the Mind: The Benefits of Bilingualism,” Psychological Science

Brito NH and Noble KG
“Socioeconomic status and structural brain development,” Psychological Science

Chung, Kwanghun, et al
“Structural and molecular interrogation of intact biological systems,” Nature

Cohen, Susan
“The Strange Fate of Einstein’s Brain,” San Jose Mercury News

Diamond, Marian C.
“Experience of the Brain,” Scientific American
“Response of the Brain to Enrichment,” Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias
“Successful Aging of the Healthy Brain,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology
“The Aging Brain: Some Enlightening and Optimistic Results,” American Scientist

Diamond, Marian C. and Arnold B. Scheibel, et al
“On the Brain of a Scientist: Albert Einstein,” Experimental Neurology

Diamond, Marian C. and David Krech and Mark R. Rosenzweig
“The Effects of an Enriched Environment on the Histology of the Rat Cerebral Cortex,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology

Diamond, Marian C. and Ruth E. Johnson, et al
“Plasticity in the 904-Day-Old Male Rat Cerebral Cortex,” Experimental Neurology

Edward L. Bennett and Marian C. Diamond, David Krech, Mark R. Rozenzweig
“Chemical and Anatomical Plasticity of Brain,” Science Magazine

Fields, R. Doug
“Visualizing Calcium Signaling in Astrocytes,” Science Signaling

Gaser, Christian and Gottfried Schlaug
“Brain Structures Differ between Musicians and Non-Musicians,” The Journal of Neuroscience

“Genius Cells in the Brain?” Science Gymnasium

Goleman, Daniel
“New Evidence Points to Growth Of the Brain Even Late in Life,” New York Times

Hair NL, Hanson JL, Wolfe BL, Pollak SD
“Association of Child Poverty, Brain Development, and Academic Achievement,” Psychological Science

Hutton, John S. and Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, et al
“Home Reading Environment and Brain Activation in Preschool Children Listening to Stories,” Pediatrics

Jabr, Ferris
“Taxi Drivers’ Brains Grow to Navigate London’s Streets,” Scientific American

Johansson, Barbro B., MD, PhD
“Brain Plasticity and Stroke Rehabilitation,” Stroke

Maguire EA, Woollet K, Spiers HJ
“London taxi drivers and bus drivers: a structural MRI and neuropsychological analysis,” Hippocampus

Maranito, Gina
“The Bizarre Fate of Einstein’s brain,” Discover

Pescovitz, David
“Improving Impoverished Children’s Brains,” Science Matters

Pollok, Bettina and Irmtraud Schnitzler, et al
“Image to Sound Conversion: Experience Induced Plasticity in Auditory Cortex of Blindfolded Adults,” Experimental Brain Research

Ratnaparkhi, Anuradha
“The secreted cell signal Folded Gastrulation regulates glial morphogenesis and axon guidance in Drosophila,” Psychological Science

Skoe E, Krizman J, Kraus N.
“The impoverished brain: disparities in maternal education affect the neural response to sound,” Psychological Science

Smith, Kerri
“Settling the Great Glia Debate,” Nature Magazine

Spunt RP, Lieberman MD
“The Busy Social Brain,” Psychological Science

Tang YY, Hölzel BK, Posner MI
“The neuroscience of mindfulness meditation,” Psychological Science

Telzer, Eva H. and Andrew Fuligni, et al
“The effects of poor quality sleep on brain function and risk taking in adolescence,” Psychological Science

Turner, Beth M. and Sergio Paradiso, et al
“The Cerebellum and Emotional Experience,” Psychological Science

Van Praag, Henriette and Brian R. Christie, et al
“Running enhances neurogenesis, learning, and long-term potentiation in mice,” Psychological Science

Articles courtesy of:
Associated Press
The Daily Californian
Discovery Health Magazine
Experimental Neurology
The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Nature
New York Times
Oakland Tribune
San Francisco Chronicle
Scientific American
Time Magazine
Washington Post

Photos courtesy of:
American Association of Anatomists
Berkeleyside
California Historical Society
Cushing/Whitney Medical Historical Library Yale University
Exploratorium
Library of Congress
San Francisco Chronicle
Science Photo Library
Shirsa Labs
Time Magazine

Bruce Blauso
Neil Conway
Dr. Marian C. Diamond
Rick Diamond
Dr. Robert E. Goldsby
Don W. Jones
Ed Kashi
Gaetan Lee
Donna Magazine
Carole Miller
Dr. Kedar Che Prasad
Dr. Arnold Scheibel
Peg Skorpinski
Dr. Wendy Suzuki

Footage courtesy of:
Annenberg Media
ASCD
BBC
Benjamin Ide Wheeler Society
Beyond 2000
Biosphera.com
CriticalPast
KRON
Nightline with Ted Koppel, ABC News
Pond 5

Sex Differences in the Brain: Brown Bag Lunch w Marian Diamond
University of California, Regents

XVIVO Scientific Animation

BigBrain, courtesy of:
Dr. Alan Evans, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University

Davidson Films:
Older Brains, New Connections

Lawrence Hall of Science, U.C. Berkeley:
Within the Human Brain: A Dissection by Marian C. Diamond

 

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