Posts Tagged ‘mind’
 
 
 
abnormal psych
 
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cool runnings 38 premier picture
cool runnings 38 premier picture

See cartoons: The new New Yorker science site

  Dramatic pictures and funny cartoons! Serious science and trending technology! Snappy editing and peppy prose! How would you pitch such a thing? Like combining National Geographic, Scientific American and The New Yorker ...
 
brain experiments
 
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cool runnings 45 dying-to-be-thin
cool runnings 45 dying-to-be-thin

NOVA beta

Please put away your books and notes, it’s time for a quiz. Circle the answer below which best represents the date of the first computer. 1822  CE 70  BCE 1206  CE 1941  CE 2700  BCE Depending on your perspective, and wh...
 
altered states
 
cool runnings 41 peter hankin
cool runnings 41 peter hankin
cool runnings 41 peter hankin

If the conscious self is an illusion – who is it that’s being fooled?

This weblog – http://www.consciousentities.com/ – authored by Peter Hankins started as an attempt to quickly dispense with the problems that others were having with consciousness – a few pithy, essays, world enlig...

 
abnormal psych
 
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What I did on my summer vacation: mind hacks

When faced with a huge task, a truly humungous task which stretches out over the horizon and with no sensible timely end – bailing out the ever-expanding oceans with a tea spoon is a commonly thought of example – it’s...
 
abnormal psych
 
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cool runnings 35 1
cool runnings 35 1

Will what is missing solve consciousness?

              In the world of scientific discovery and entrepaneurship, scholars often seem like the homeless of the institutional world. Yet in the midden of overwhelming masses of informatio...
 
art
 
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ConneXions

From the website: Connexions is: a place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute: authors create ...

 
cognitive neuroscience
 
"Stan Franklin PhD Portrait with Blue and White Background"
"Stan Franklin PhD Portrait with Blue and White Background"
"Stan Franklin PhD Portrait with Blue and White Background"

Stan Franklin, PhD: Consciousness, LIDA Model of Cognition and a Non-linear Dynamics View

As always, I’m thinking about how minds work. Our evolving answer to that question is in the form of a broad based, systems level cognitive model at a more conceptual level than brains, but still based on the underlying n...