A lot of good brain blogging lately; some beautiful drawings from the era of phrenology, some crazy kids high on scopolamine, James Flynn’s current thoughts on intelligence, and more…
Who has better graphics? It’s a close call between the phrenology of old and today’s fMRI.
Beware the No2 Pencil – even low levels of lead exposure can lead to cognitive decline.
Getting high on scopolamine is not a good idea, but videos of it are pretty entertaining.
Mind, the time-machine: video proof (at the bottom) that hippocampus travels to places you haven’t been yet.
The speed of thought in memory consolidation?
Interesting speculation about brain imaging implants.
A new – and very versatile – network algorithm. Seems to compute path propagation in networks of with varying geometries and association weights.
Does PFC train intraparietal sulcus in mapping numbers to symbols?
Have a nice weekend!