Monthly Archives: January 2011

readings in psychology for january 30 2011

Here are a few readings for today: transcranial magnetic brain stimulation, oh my! “What sounds like science fiction is actually possible: thanks to magnetic stimulation, the activity of certain brain nerve cells can be deliberately influenced. What happens in the […]

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readings in psychology for january 27 2011

Here is what I am reading today: butterflies have a brain GPS? “A new study takes a close look at the brain of the migratory monarch butterfly to better understand how these remarkable insects use an internal compass and skylight […]

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readings in psychology for january 25 2011

Here is what I am reading today: How our perceptions show how our brains are different “Perceptual psychology and the brain sciences emphasize the communality in the way that people experience reality. Leaving aside cases of brain damage or mental disease, […]

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readings in psychology for january 24 2011

Here is what I am reading today: on-line: on set of manners “I was reading an article that appeared on PR Daily (a great resource for PR professionals to get an overview of some of the trends and issues going […]

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readings in psychology for january 23 2011

Here is what I am reading today: the defiant ones! “With a fringe of white hair poking out from under a University of Southern California baseball cap and blue eyes sharp behind bifocals, 93-year-old Louis Zamperini refuses to concede much […]

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