It's not overly technical and the bulk of the material is sufficiently grounded in examples, interpretations and applications of concepts that listening to it again would be an interesting refresher.
I'd compare it to The Political Mind. Both are essentially a confluence of cognitive science, psychology and neuroscience in view of explaining and informing political thought. They both go to improving individuals literacy for what's up with regards to both politicians and the other side, whichever that may be.
I haven't heard Anthony Head's other performances, but he did great. I'd comment, however, that he did pronounce Stephen Colbert's last name as Kholberg and amygdala as aw-mig-daw-la. Otherwise, he was perfectly listenable-to for the tracks' entire 16+ hour run.
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The book occasionally gets a little heavy on the author's personal recommendations in such a way as to give impression that he's shooting for consultancy work, but he keep these parts grounded, practical and wholly explanatory so they're still useful.
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