Posts filed under: neuroscience

readings in psychology for 23 june 2012 @PsychScience

Here is what I am reading today: the silent gorilla “Concentrating closely on a conversation can leave us ‘deaf’ to other sounds, reveals Dr Polly Dalton from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London.” smarter than the […]

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readings in psychology for 4 june 2012

Here is what I am reading today: following a different drummer “In an article published online June 3rd by the journal Nature, a team of electrical engineers and neuroscientists working at Stanford University propose a new theory of the brain […]

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readings in psychology for 12 may 2012 #aps2012

Here is what I am reading today: Harry Potter inspiration “A self-writing diary in one of J K Rowling’s books on Harry Potter has inspired researchers to create a paper that spells out a person’s blood type. “ alarm clocks […]

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50 most social media savvy professors, moi? #aps2012

Recently I was selected as one of the ‘Most Savvy Social Media Professors’ by an on-line college blog. Although I am very honored, I have to say that I know one young and up and coming professor that taught me […]

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readings in psychology for 22 march 2012

Here is what I am reading today: 50 year old mystery in autism “Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele (left) and Randy Blakely pose at the entrance to the Vanderbilt Laboratory for Neurobehavior, where their studies in mice have revealed a clue to autism. […]

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