Monthly Archives: May 2010

readings for May 31st 2010

(posted by iPad) The Association for Psychological Sciences Conference is over for this year but has left a powerful impression! Here are a few of the pictures we took while at the convention and in Boston! Here are a couple […]

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readings for May 28,2010

While at APS, I found much interesting reading! Here’s some of what I found: Compulsive Behavior in mice cured by bone marrow transplant! “Even more stunning, they report in the May 28th issue of Cell, the animals’ neuropsychological behavior can […]

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A.P.S. Convention in Boston 2010 going strong!

Here are a few pictures from the opening of the 2010 conference ! On the bottom is a sea of students, researchers and professors studying the first day poster session; next on the upper right, the legendary ( I believe […]

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my reading list for May 27th, 2010

If you didn’t make plans to  join us in Boston,  try to come next year, if you made it to the conference drop by the  Cengage Booth or our presentation to say ‘hello!’ Love to meet you all! Here is […]

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my reading for May 26th, 2010

Here are a few fun things I am reading today! I hope you enjoy them as much as I did: swarming increases locust’s Brains! ‘He concluded: “Being inside these swarms is really a messy business – it’s driven by hunger […]

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