Neuroscience blogs

A few neuroscience blogs I've come across recently, most of them new:

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Research Digest blog, the highly useful and content-rich site that tracks all things psych, just opened its "The Bloggers Behind the Blogs," series, which will run ten interviews with bloggers of mind and brain. It's with a nice interview of Jesse Bering, of Bering in Mind. It's a dandy line-up (of…
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Very honored to be on your list of neuroscience blogs. As a psychiatrist neuroscience is part of my interest and research and I hope my posts on this subject will be of interest for many readers. Since I am an amateur in this field I hope to explain the neuroscience especially in relation to behavior and psychiatry as readable as possible, thanks and regards,
Dr Shock

Thanks for the nod to Neuronism! I think my hit count that day went to something like 5 times the previous record. That's the kind of impact your site has - and it's well deserved. Keep up the great work.