Inside the storytelling brain

I was reading an article in the Guardian newspaper recently on how important stories are to our human and societal interactions   Most of our ways of understanding the world are narratives of one form or another, whether serious scientific stories  conceptual metaphors, or the kind of tales we use to justify our choices in life.

Watch as cognitive neuroscientist, Michael Gazzaniga ponders our need to hear and tell coherent stories about ourselves.