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  • Dopamine, Rewards, and the Brain

    Dopamine, Rewards, Brain

    The neurotransmitter dopamine is one we all seem to have heard about, claimed to be central to love, gambling, reward, addiction, etc. A recent article by Howe... Read more

    The 05 September 2013 by   Deric Bownds
  • Binge Eating: Weighing The Facts, Part 1

    Binge Eating: Weighing Facts, Part

    Since I am trying very hard to get control of my binging and purging I thought I would dedicate 2 posts to dealing with itThis is Part 1 and I'll post Part 2... Read more

    The 30 August 2013 by   Rubytuesday
  • Dining with Schizophrenia

    Dining with Schizophrenia

    I remember the time that our family decided to celebrate my husband’s birthday in a restaurant. Our daughters walked in with me and the men followed. David... Read more

    The 28 August 2013 by   Gran13
  • The Beethoven Mouse - a Key to Auditory Transduction

    Beethoven Mouse Auditory Transduction

    I have to pass on this great montage cover and its legend from the journal Neuron. The article referenced described a gene mutation that leads to progressive... Read more

    The 27 August 2013 by   Deric Bownds
  • Ana in Achill


    Day 6 here on Achill IslandDay 6 without a scaleIt has been both a blessing and a curseA blessing because when I don't know the number, it can't effect my mood... Read more

    The 22 August 2013 by   Rubytuesday
  • New CHP Collection Provides Inside Look at Asylum History

    Collection Provides Inside Look Asylum History

    -Contributed by Rhonda Rinehart. A new collection at the Center for the History of Psychology gives an insider’s view of the daily operations of early American... Read more

    The 19 August 2013 by   Chp
  • Is Embodied Cognition a "no Brainer"?

    Embodied Cognition Brainer"?

    Brains, HUH, yeah, what are they good for?When we say "there are no mental representations", people often hear 'the brain doesn't do anything'. Read more

    The 02 August 2013 by   Andrew D Wilson
  • Book of the Month – Pliny’s Natural Historie

    Book Month Pliny’s Natural Historie

    - Contributed by Cathy Faye.The August Book of the Month is a significant and valuable volume in our collection.  The historie of the world: commonly called... Read more

    The 01 August 2013 by   Chp
  • What Are Your Plans, You Arrogant Little —-?

    What Your Plans, Arrogant Little

    Serenade2SeniorsA self-important college freshman walking along the beachfront took it upon himself to explain to a senior citizen resting on a bench why it... Read more

    The 01 August 2013 by   Gran13
  • Some Ideas for Psychiatrists

    Some Ideas Psychiatrists

    Dear Psychiatrist,It would be great if you refrained from judging your patients instead of giving them the feeling that you are judging them? Read more

    The 31 July 2013 by   Gran13

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