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Whodunit: The Language of Responsibility.

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Cognitive scientists have recently discovered some surprising ways in which the language we use influences how we think about responsibility and agency.  John and Ken are joined by Stanford psychologist Lera Boroditsky for a probing look at cross cultural variations in the language of responsibility.  This program was recorded in front a live audience at the Marsh Theater in Berkeley, California.

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Program Title Duration
Whodunit: The Language of Responsibility 49:58
Total Time 49:58

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