… special issue of The Kernel over at the Daily Dot. Varying quality from the different entries, as could be expected, but the following are certainly worth a read: “Why We’re Living in an Era of Neuroscience Hype,” by Neuroskeptic. “The Harsh Truth about Speed-Reading,” by Simon Oxenham. “The Promise and Peril of DIY Electrical […]
… Neuroskeptic on a new website cataloguing some of the problems with varying methods.
… discussion of a potentially quite important new Westfall & Yarkoni paper over at Neuroskeptic.
Lots of activity in the cogneuro realm of the internet recently. Some of it summed up here: First off, CNS has a number of recent pieces: An interview with Brian Wandell of Stanford – this year’s winner of the CNS George A. Miller Prize – about computational neuroimaging. An interview with Adriana Galvan of UCLA […]
… or is it the university press release’s fault? Proper takedown over at Neuroskeptic.
… over at PLOS Paleo (replace the Paleo-specific examples with neuro-specific ones of your choice). Also, a very valuable linked similar story at Nature.
… at Neuroskeptic.
A team of researchers, including our own BSc and MSc alumnus Kristoffer Fehér, have just published an article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments entitled “Concurrent Electroencephalography Recording During Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS).”