Posts filed under: behavioral neuroscience

Butterflies and Taste Aversion

I haven’t had much time in between working on my three books this year to post many original blogs, but I just couldn’t pass this up. One of the most important things I do during textbook revisions is fact check […]

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readings in psychology for 1 april 2017 #psychology #biopsych #PsychScience

What we are reading today: fun with electricity and the brain “The research was led by Doris Tsao (BS ’96), professor of biology, Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Center for Systems Neuroscience Leadership Chair, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. A […]

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readings in psychology for 24 february 2017 #psychology #intropsych #biopsych #PsychScience

What we are reading today! so who are you most like… mom or dad? “Most kids say they love their mom and dad equally, but there are times when even the best prefers one parent over the other. The same […]

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readings in psychology for 14 january 2017 #intropsych #psychology #biopsych #psychscience

Here’s what we are reading today! Baboon vocalizations “A prevalent idea on the origin of speech is that the low human larynx is required to be able to produce sets of distinct vowels, and that the high larynx of nonhuman […]

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readings in Psychology for 8 november 2016 #intropsych #psychology #PsychScience #biopsych

Heres what we are reading today! mind wandering “Most research on mind-wandering has characterized it as a mental state with contents that are task unrelated or stimulus independent. However, the dynamics of mind-wandering — how mental states change over time — have […]

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