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We Don't Need a Brain

How amazing life is. Neurocognition students might like to have a read of an article (and links) over at Corpus Callosum. The report is on recent finding of a 44 year old French man who has minimal brain tissue yet goes to work each day, maintains family relationships, walks, talks, reads and processes the days events much like the rest of us. 290 more words

Biology

Survival of the Nicest: How Altruism Made Us Human and Why It Pays to Get Along


By Stefan Klein

Synopsis: This revelatory tour de force by an acclaimed and internationally bestselling science writer upends our understanding of “survival of the fittest”—and invites us all to think and act more altruistically. 296 more words

History

It’s Flu Season: Get your Vitamin D!

During flu season, it’s vital for children to keep their vitamin D at optimum levels. The common flu in scientific terms is a deficiency of vitamin D. 408 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

The Name of This Book is Secret

Author: Psuedonymous Bosch

Illustrator: Gilbert Ford

Actually, it’s not just the name of this book that’s secret; the entire book itself is secret. In fact, you really shouldn’t read it at all, or so says the anonymous narrator. 275 more words

Book Review

Neuroeconomics - Recommended Viewing playlist is up!

Hi everyone!

Just a note to say I’ve thrown together this little YouTube playlist of talks, lectures, and other videos that are helpful for getting some perspective and background on my Neuroeconomics book.  105 more words

"Musicians Playing Well Together" - Mon 17 Nov @QMEECS - free, talk on Cog Neuropsych of Performance

tl;dr “…explanations of why some individuals play well together, while others do not.”

Distinguished Lecture Seminar - Prof Caroline Palmer - 17 Nov 2014
Abstract… 343 more words

Talks