Science of the Brain: How the Mind Works
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The U.S. government declared the 1990s the “Decade of the Brain,” and the amount and ... read more »
There is such a wealth of information on the Internet on the topics of neuroanatomy (brain ... read more »
Although scientists are only beginning to scratch the surface, new technologies are helping to ... read more »
There are numerous neuroscience and brain blogs on the Web, many of which reference new breakthroughs in neuroscience, thus providing valuable information in a user-friendly way. Here are our favorites.
- Blogs are rarely sources of impartial information. The blogger often has an opinion on the topic that's covered in the blog, so be aware of bias.
- Credibility can be another question. It’s worthwhile to always check out the author(s) of a blog to determine credibility and gain perspective. All research has some bias, and even among researchers, physicians and professors, there is a range of authority and perspectives that may affect their opinions on certain topics.
More and more teachers—from elementary to college level—are posting their curricula ... read more »
With life expectancy on the rise, it’s becoming increasingly important to preserve cognitive ... read more »