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I have a blogroll! It’s visible in the sidebar from this blog’s main page, though not from the pages of individual posts. Also, it’s a rotating blogroll, which means instead of being overwhelmed with links, you’ll get 10 random links from my longer list.

I’m including blogs that might be of interest to readers of this blog – which is to say, primarily relating to mind and brain, psychology and neuroscience, cognition and behavior. And animals. And some others just because.

Here’s what I’ve got so far. What or who is missing? Drop a note in the comments.

Addiction Inbox
BPS Research Digest
Brain Sweets
Evolutionary Psychology Blog (Rob Kurzban)
Gene Expression
inkfish
John Hawks’ Weblog
Mind Hacks
Neuroanthropology
Neurocritic
Neuron Culture
Neuroskeptic
Neurotribes
Not Bad Science (Felicity Muth)
Not Exactly Rocket Science
Oscillatory Thoughts
Phylogenetic Tree Hugger
PsySociety
Replicated Typo
Serious Monkey Business
Speaking of Research
The Dog Zombie
The Invisible Gorilla
The Olive Tree
This View of Life
Wandering Gaia
Your Inner Bonobo

Added:
Frontal Cortex
NeuroDojo
Providentia
Psych Your Mind
Beautiful Brain
AnimalWise
The Prancing Papio
Matt Soniak
Endless Forms
Neurophilosophy
PoliPsych

Jason G. Goldman About the Author: Dr. Jason G. Goldman received his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at the University of Southern California, where he studied the evolutionary and developmental origins of the mind in humans and non-human animals. Jason is also an editor at ScienceSeeker and Editor of Open Lab 2010. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. Follow on . Follow on Twitter @jgold85.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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  1. 1. braincafe 11:37 am 08/10/2011

    Thanks, Jason! Great resources.

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  2. 2. paulfnorris 11:46 am 08/10/2011

    Hi Jason,

    I hope it doesn’t sound too presumptuous or too self-serving, but I try to cover animal cognition and behavior topics in an engaging way in my blog, AnimalWise (http://animalwise.org/). If you’re interested, please check it out. Also, I would absolutely welcome any thoughts/constructive criticism you might have regarding how I might make the blog more compelling.

    Thanks and best regards!

    Paul Norris

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  3. 3. gregb 12:50 pm 08/10/2011

    Frontal Cortex
    http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/frontal-cortex/

    The Beautiful Brain
    http://thebeautifulbrain.com/

    Neuroscience channel on WSF has a lot of brain/mind content
    http://worldsciencefestival.com/search/tag/neuroscience
    (full disclosure: I’m editor of this site)

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  4. 4. rvcanuck 2:43 pm 08/10/2011

    I blog on psychology topics at Providentia http://drvitelli.typepad.com

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  5. 5. Nicolauk 3:09 pm 08/10/2011

    Hi There,

    I am a health psychology blogger and would love to be on your blogroll. I am currently working out how to add a blogroll via wordpress and will be sure to add you once I know. Please feel free to visit my blog, Health Psychology Consultancy, at http://healthpsychologyconsultancy.wordpress.com/about/

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  6. 6. psychscientists 4:48 am 08/11/2011

    Hi Jason

    Our blog is Notes from Two Scientific Psychologists, at http://psychsciencenotes.blogspot.com/. Thanks!

    Link to this

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