The Amygdaloids are a New York City band made up of scientists who shed their scientific garb at night and take to the stage with songs about love and life peppered with insights drawn from research about mind and brain and mental disorders.
Photos on flickr
“Map of Your Mind” (video) - the featured‘single’ of The Amygdaloids’ EP, ‘All in Our Minds (Jan 27, 2012).
"All in Our Minds" EP Release Party (video)
Check out Joe’s first Google Hangouts with Imagine Science films: Experimenta: Conversation with Joseph LeDoux About My Mind’s Eye (Streamed live on Aug 8, 2013)
A night of mind, brain, and magic. The Amygdaloids will play several suites of our original songs on mind/brain topics: the mind-body problem, memory, emotion, unconscious processes, and mental disorders. Each suite will be preceded by a short (3 min) lecture on the scientific or philosophical foundations of the topic by Neuroscientist and Amygdaloid, Joseph LeDoux. During a brief intermission, the internationally acclaimed magician, Mark Mitton, will dazzle you with mind-bending and brain-twisting tricks of his trade.
Presented by: The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation
When: Sat May 18, 630-8p (doors open 615p)
Admission: $10 (without drink tickets); $17 (tickets for 2 beers or glasses of wine)
What Is Consciousness? Go to the video! - The Mind Body Problem: Joe‘s interview with Ned Block for Scientific American By Mark Fischetti | January 28, 2013
The French consulate, in partnership with tulanc university’s disaster resilience leadership academy within the school of social work invite you to A Musical Celebration of Community Resilience.
With discussions on The Role of Culture and Music in Strengthening Community Resilience By Dr. Joseph LeDoux, Professor at New York University
Dr. Charles Figley, Co-director of The Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy & Featuring Dr. LeDouxs Band << THE AMYGDALOIDS >>
Friday, Oct.12 at CAFE ISTANBUL
2372 St Claude Ave from 5:00 to 7:30 PM
Rock star/Neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux’s new terms – An interview by Margaret Emory in Brain World Magazine (Issue 1, Volume 4, Fall 2012)