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Highlighted in my ResearchBlogging.org column this week: At Geneaology of Religion , Cris Campbell has a nice summary of dissociative speech patterns—in layman’s terms, that’s to say he breaks down different ways of “speaking in tongues.” The Neuroskeptic discusses a small, self-selected study on “bi-gendered” individuals which highlights the ways social pressures can color our identities...
What was Alan Turing's greatest contribution? Here was a man who invented the idea of the modern computer, a man upon whose insights the information technology revolution firmly rests.
The May/June issue of Scientific American Mind makes its online debut today. As usual, it contains an array of delicacies to sate your curiosity about people.
In the series "Visions," science fiction about the very latest research will be paired with analysis looking into the facts behind the fiction. The goal is to marry ripped-from-the-headlines science fiction with analysis into the possibilities hinted at by new discoveries...
Video of the Week #38 April 12th, 2012 From: Want to run a successful Kickstarter campaign? Start with cinematic genius by Carin Bondar at PsiVid .
Sci will be at the Experimental Biology meeting this year in San Diego, blogging on behalf of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - mosquitos in Florida, addiction in Bronx, Identity at #TEDMED, surfgrass at Catalina and more.
- Michelle Bialeck - Mosquito control in the Florida Keys - Cassie Rodenberg - Science, meet life: Why I write on addiction in the Bronx - Ilana Yurkiewicz - Words, influence, and identity - Charles Q...
This post was the start of a collaborative narrative series composed of my writing and Chris Arnade's photos exploring issues of addiction, poverty and prostitution in Hunts Point, Bronx...
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - a river in Argentina, star with nine planets, Amur Leopards and Tigers in Russia, and more.
- Melanie Lenart - A river rams through it: Argentina’s Rio Nuevo portends problems to come in South America - David Bressan - April 10, 1815: The Eruption that Shook the World - Caleb A...
Or at least, it's bad for the gene expression in the immune systems of female rhesus monkeys. (Source)Social environment can have effects on your health.
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