Baba Brinkman's Rap Guide to Consciousness The science of perception, hallucination and free will comes to life on stage as “peer reviewed rapper” Baba Brinkman takes a deep dive into the neurobiology of human experience. Watch trailer here.
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The Anne Silk Lecture 2019Held in association with the Silk Trust and the Royal Society of Medicine
Ed's recently published book, "The Inflamed Mind", will form the basis of this talk, discussing the new science on the link between depression and...
Publication bias threatens the ability of science to self-correct. It’s time to change how null or negative findings are perceived and offer incentives for their publication.
The BNA"It’s time to change how null or negative findings are perceived &offer incentives for their publication." A must-read call 2action from @NatureHuman we can all welcome (who hasn't consigned years-worth of work to the drawer?) buff.ly/2JblCsZ #reproducibility #credibility pic.twitter.com/OWMVSMV9pn
The BNAAt BNA Christmas Symposium 2018, @DuncanAstle from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and University of Cambridge explained how neuromyths emerge in education. Neuromyths in Education Video | LabTube