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Anti-fluoride and anti-vaccination activists suffer from a common activist fallacy – they believe their own propaganda. They also have a network of “natural”/alternative health industry internet sites and magazines to disseminate these beliefs and propaganda. A glaring example is a … Continue reading
Image credit: The Daily What! Mind Reading Shock!! I have never for one minute thought reading fiction was a “waste of time.” but it is nice to have that belief confirmed with empirical evidence. There is evidence that reading for entertainment … Continue reading
This looks like a fascinating lecture. Professor Richard Faull FRSNZ, Director of the Centre for Brain Research at The University of Auckland, is presenting the Royal Society of NZ Distinguished Speaker lecture series this month. He is a leading expert … Continue reading
Book Review: The Crucible of Consciousness: An Integrated Theory of Mind and Brain by Zoltan Torey Paperback: 272 pages Publisher: The MIT Press; Reprint edition (June 30, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 026251284X ISBN-13: 978-0262512848 Hello there! If you are new … Continue reading
I have finally caught up with all the archived Brain Science Podcasts. The latest is an interview with Dr John Medina and dicusses his book Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School. Medina is … Continue reading
In a previous post (Exercising your brain) I listed 8 brain exercises providing novelty, variety and challenge. These exercises help maintain a healthy brain as we age. Most of these are aimed at providing a rich enviroment for brain stimulation. … Continue reading
We are all aware of the advantages of exercising our body. But how many of us think about exercising our minds – which means exercising our brains? Well, there are good arguments for this. Newspapers these days often run articles … Continue reading
I’ve been reading about the human brain. This got me thinking about software I used to use a lot for my research. Called the Personal Brain it provides a way of structuring information by forming associations between different thoughts and … Continue reading
Sadly, this will be my last post of NZ blog rankings. I have been doing this for quite a while and it will be sad to let it go. Many might say that blogs are no longer as important as … Continue reading