Blogging on the Brain: 10/9 - 10/15

Recent highlights from brain blogging:

More on Linguistic Relativity: Mixing Memory covers the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, as well as new evidence on how culture affects color perception. (Update! The Mouse Trap has a really nice post on the same topic)

Shared memories: Are your memories are really yours?

Wisdom of the Ancients? Mnemonic techniques from classic Greece.

Brain Ethics mentions several interesting-sounding new articles.

The Ultimatum Game, after TMS of dlPFC

Memory Upgrades: Acetylcholine May Enhance Memory Detail (via)

Adrenaline, Glutamate, and Cerebral Blood Flow: The Role of Pericytes (and a video!)

Gehry at SFN: Shelley tells us how Frank Gehry's SFN talk went.

Brain Training Funded by NSF: The "Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center"

Have a nice weekend, and enjoy SFN!


Blogger sandygautam said...

For those who found the posts on linguistic relativity and color term analysis by Mixing Memory useful, you may find my take on the issue interesting and more up-to-date. I believe ,that post, actually triggered the reposts from Mixing Memory!

10/16/2006 02:53:00 AM  

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