This week’s Please Explain takes a look at the art and science of teamwork. We’re joined by Scott Wiltermuth, Assistant Professor of Management and Organization, at USC’s Marshall School of Business, and Dr. John Krakauer, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Director, Center for the Study of Motor Learning and Brain Repair, the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Neurology.
A Stanford University study suggests that synchronized activities like marching in time and chanting in church can improve how societies function. We discuss the study with its co-author, Scott Wiltermuth, and Daniel Levitin, author of The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature. Later: Henkjan Honing ...
Some people talk about being a slave to the beat. A new study out of Stanford suggests that synchronized activities like marching in time, and chanting in church, can actually improve how societies function. We explore the role of rhythm in society with the study's co-author, Scott Wiltermuth, a PhD ...
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