Just a quick note to let everyone know that Neurontic is pleased to host the next edition of Encephalon, the carnival for brain aficionados everywhere. Please send your entries to neurontic [at] gmail.com no later than the morning of Sunday April 8, so your host has time to digest them. (Nudge, nudge, wink, wink: If you miss the deadline, it's no biggie. We'll just forward your entry on to the next host.) For those of you who are unfamiliar with the rules, here's a primer:

Encephalon Submission Guidelines:
Contributors can submit up to 3 posts in any of the following categories:

artificial intelligence
biological & cognitive anthropology
cognitive neuroscience
cognitive science
mind-brain philosophy
molecular neurobiology
Contributors will automatically be added to the host list unless they request otherwise.

Looking forward to readng your entries!

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