Neurology



Via Skeptiko, a fascinating interview with neuroscientist Dr. Mario Beauregard, who argues that, like the transition from classical to quantum physics, a revolution is coming in the way science will no longer…


Via Opinion & Kommentar: The Aarhus Interpretation : A lecture given at The Danish Neuroscience Center (DNC) on may 28TH 2010 by author and philosopher Erwin Neutzsky-Wulff: It has been said that…


Scientists have been studying Albert Einstein’s dead brain for clues as to his genius. For those of you with the time and tolerance for reading scientific journals, check out the work of…




NYU Professor of Neurology Oliver Sacks spills the beans on hallucinations in the New York Times: Hallucinations are very startling and frightening: you suddenly see, or hear or smell something — something that…






Interesting work on fear and memory published in Science and dumbed down for mass consumption at Psychcentral: For one experimental group, the re-consolidation process was disrupted with the aid of repeated presentations…





First, before anyone gets into a tizzy because of the use of the word “privilege,” let me excerpt from the introduction to the Checklist of Neurotypical Privilege Sarah Langston refers to in…



In the New York Times, Peter Singer and Agata Sagan say it’s only a matter of time before we pinpoint chemicals in the brain that produce empathetic behavior. Will religion be rendered…




Can we restore our “mental sketch pads” by renewing how our brain holds memory on the neurological level? The National Geographic reports: You can’t teach an old brain new tricks—but you can…