10/15/2006

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!

1 Comments:

Blogger Sandy G 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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