Posts filed under: social neuroscience

readings in psychology for 15 september 2012 @PsychScience

Here is what I am reading today: neural implant and decisions “By placing a neural device onto the front part of the monkeys’ brains, the researchers, from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre, University of Kentucky and University of Southern California, […]

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readings in psychology for 11 june 2012 @PsychScience

Here is what I am reading today:   what do brain scans tell us about junk food? “Researchers from St. Luke’s — Roosevelt Hospital Center and Columbia University in New York performed functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on 25 men […]

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readings in psychology for 29 may 2012 #aps2012

Here is what I am reading today: age, genetics and exercise affect the brain! “Exercise clears the mind. It gets the blood pumping and more oxygen is delivered to the brain. This is familiar territory, but Dartmouth’s David Bucci thinks […]

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readings in psychology for 23 april 2012

Here is what I am reading today: is your left side more cheeky? “Your best side may be your left cheek, according to a new study by Kelsey Blackburn and James Schirillo from Wake Forest University in the US. Their […]

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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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