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Knowledge mapping technologies

Community member post by Jack Park

How can you improve your thinking – alone or in a group? How can mapping ideas help you understand the relationships among them? 1,039 more words

Methods

So You're Thinking of Presenting At A Conference

I have a colleague and very good friend who asked me about my presentation at the SCOLT conference in Orlando (see this post). Her main question was, “How did you get to do that?” It’s a question I have gotten from lots of people since my first time presenting last year ( 1,293 more words

Methods

A scientific measure of our visual imagination suggests it is surprisingly limited

By Alex Fradera

The human mind has been so successful in transforming the material world that it is easy to forget that it too is subject to its own constraints. 777 more words

Cognition

Unpinning the Dress

In this extension tutorial, 17-E1 examines the use of voice and rhythm to Christine Chia‘s pithy and potent ‘New Year Dress’.  Remember to apply the skills of picking out (for  314 more words

Poetry

Psychologists are working on a fraud-proof brain scan test of deviant sexual interest

By Christian Jarrett

If the courts wanted to know if a suspected sex offender was attracted to children, they could ask him or her, or they could ask experts to measure signs of the suspect’s sexual arousal while he or she looked at different images.  874 more words

Brain

Core-top calibration of B/Ca in Pacific Ocean Neogloboquadrina incompta and Globigerina bulloides as a surface water carbonate system proxy

Practical methods for reconstructing past ocean carbonate chemistry are needed to study past periods of ocean acidification and improve understanding of the marine carbonate system’s role in the global climate cycles. 287 more words

Science