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Epiphenom
Covers the latest research into the psychology and sociology of religion and non-belief.
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Dormivigilia
Neuroscience blog focused on sleep, circadian rhythms, and athleticism.
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Kraut Science
The Scientific Method Applied to Modern Life
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Library of Alexandria
Science, Technology, Conservation, Psychology blog
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Neurobabble
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Charlie Tyack - @dychopsynamic
UK Trainee Clinical Psychologist researching an art-based intervention for dementia.
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Wadsworth Guidance
This blog explains and speculates about the significance of the research from the Wadsworth Laboratory at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. A stochastic model for axon guidance is explored. The goal is to better understand axon guidance in the developing nervous system. This model is relevant to neuroscience, developmental biology, and genetics.
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Project Reason
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Perfuming the Mind
Human pheromones: Effects and Affects Perfuming the Mind details aspects of molecular biology that link human pheromones to what is known about the molecular neuroscience of the mind. It is resource of technical information for those who want to learn more than social scientists will ever tell you about the biology of behavior.
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From Brain from Top to Bottom
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Dogtober = Canine science in October
What a BOOMING month for dogs and science October was! We've captured the links to all the latest blogs, research and news that caught out attention throughout Dog-tober.Thanks to Storify (click here if the you can't see the collection of links below) you can make sure you didn't miss out too.[View the story "Do You Believe in Dog? [01-31 October 2014]" on Storify] Further reading:Bradshaw J.W.S. & Nicola J. Rooney (2014). Why do adult dogs ‘play’?, Behavioural Processes, […]

Bozkurt A., Barbara Sherman, Rita Brugarolas, Sean Mealin, John Majikes, Pu Yang & Robert Loftin (2014). Towards Cyber-Enhanced Working Dogs for Search and Rescue, IEEE Intelligent Systems, 1-1. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/mis.2014.77

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The impact of powered prosthetic failures on the user
  Prosthetics have come a long way in a relatively short amount of time. With the ongoing wars in the middle east the need for better prosthetics technologies has become […]

Zhang, F., Liu, M. & Huang, H. (2014). Effects of Locomotion Mode Recognition Errors on Volitional Control of Powered Above-Knee Prostheses, IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, DOI: 10.1109/TNSRE.2014.2327230

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How gut microbiota changes the blood-brain barrier
Don’t be alarmed, but we are outnumbered. When figuring out what makes us, “us” we need to remember that there are far more bacteria genes in us than human genes, […]

Viorica Braniste, Maha Al-Asmakh, Czeslawa Kowal, Farhana Anuar, Afrouz Abbaspour, Miklós Tóth, Agata Korecka, Nadja Bakocevic, Ng Lai Guan, Parag Kundu & Balázs Gulyás (2014). The gut microbiota influences blood-brain barrier permeability in mice, Science Translational Medicine, Other:

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How to nip antisocial personality disorder in the bud | Daniel and Jason Freeman
A study suggests that an intensive programme of intervention starting at six reduces long-term risk of mental illness and drug or violence-related convictionsMalcolm Gladwell calls it the “law of the few”: a small number of people can make a huge impact on the world. The law of the few certainly springs to mind when we look at the effect on society of those individuals who meet the criteria for antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). They number about 1% of men and 0.2% of women, […]
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The Knowledge: How to Rebuild our World from Scratch
By Lewis Dartnell Synopsis: How would you go about rebuilding a technological society from scratch? If our technological society collapsed tomorrow, perhaps from a viral pandemic or catastrophic asteroid impact, what would be the one book […]
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Does Smiling Make You Happy? by braincraft: Joy and happiness...
Does Smiling Make You Happy? by braincraft: Joy and happiness makes us genuinely smile, but can forcing a smile make us genuinely happy? Say cheese!
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Does brain training really work?
Ever wonder if you could be the next Einstein if only you could do some brain training? Well as it turns out, while computer based ‘brain training’ can boost memory […]

Lampit, A., Hallock, H. & Valenzuela, M. (2014). Computerized Cognitive Training in Cognitively Healthy Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Effect Modifiers, PLoS Medicine, 11 (11) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001756

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