John A. Teske Ph.D. has been a teacher, scholar, and writer on brain; mind and spirit; narrative and identity; and neuormythology for over 30 years. He is a fellow of several international scholarly societies. His most recent publications have been on “Knowing Ourselves by Telling Stories to Ourselves,” “From Embodied to Extended Cognition,” and “Stories, Myths, and Human Identity in Cognitive Neuroscience and Religion.”
John resides in Lancaster County with his wife Lindsey and infant son Byron. This is his second HippoCamp.