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In its eighth year, public radio's 'The Infinite Mind' continues its exploration of the thought process

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / May 9, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- There being nothing site-specific about thought, the human mind is highly portable. That's also true of ''The Infinite Mind," the public radio show on brain science, mental health, and human behavior, which last month celebrated its eighth anniversary. It airs on 240 stations nationally. WUMB-FM (91.9) is its local outlet. (Full article: 757 words)

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