Monthly Archives: October 2011

readings in psychology for 27 october 2011

Here we are walking to our Farmer’s Market! What’s on my reading list for today: the ‘rusty’ gene? “A genetic variant that makes small tweaks in an important brain protein may cause aging to hit some people’s brains harder than […]

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readings in psychology for 24 October 2011

Here is what I am reading today: How autistic brains develop Reporting in the current online edition of the journal Human Brain Mapping, senior author Jennifer G. Levitt, a professor of psychiatry at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human […]

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readings in psychology for 18 October 2011

Here is what I am reading today: How strong is ‘Gorilla Glass?” “So many consumer electronics have touchscreens these days, and we tend to take them for granted. Sure, they might break or crack, but they’ve gotten considerably more durable […]

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readings in psychology for 17 October 2011

Here is what I am reading today: post-it note wars! “Digital solutions company Filter created this recreation of the original Level One of the Super Mario video game using colored Post-It Notes. The installation can be seen in the windows […]

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readings in psychology for 13th october 2011

Here is what I am reading today: schizophrenia genetics “Staining performed by Konrad Talbot, PhD, targeting a marker for nerve cells involved in inhibition are shown in cross sections of the hippocampus, which is a part of the brain known […]

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