Category Archives: Neuroscience

Neuroscience reflections continue on new Blog

For continuing resources and reflections on neuroscience by conference chair Dean G. Blevins see the blog Discipleship Commons for reflections and for resources

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Social Neuroscience Report on Dana Foundation Site

Dana Organization report by By John T. Cacioppo, Ph.D. and Stephanie Ortigue, Ph.D. titled: Social Neuroscience: How a Multidisciplinary Field Is Uncovering the Biology of Human Interaction

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Penn Hosts Neuroscience Bootcamp July 30 to August 8th

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REA Diversity and Neuroscience Conference Videos

Additional Conference sessions will be available online on a special YouTube playlist dedicated to the 2011 Conference The Diversity and Neuroscience Session featured Bud Horrell, David Hogue, Rodger Nishioka, Claire Smith, and Kathy Winings.

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Kandel Documentary Available with 20% Discount

REA Conference attendees may purchase institutional copies of the Eric Kandel documentary In Search of Memory with a 20% discount. The documentary was previewed during the Annual Meeting/Conference.   Attendees who wish to take advantage of this offer, or have … Continue reading

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Dean Blevins Power Point Presentation

Dean Blevins gave his conference address Friday Nov 4th. Attached is a copy of his conference address. Brain Matters Creativity Dr. Blevins address will be available through the association journal Religious Education

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David Hogue Power Point Presentation

David Hogue addressed the conference November 4th. Attached is a copy of the his Power Point in PDF format (thanks to Dr. Hogue for sharing this information). REA – Brain Matters, Practicing Religion, Forming the Faithful         … Continue reading

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Faith and The Brain: Newberg Interview

PBS Religion and Ethics Weekly story on Faith and the Brain: Scientists have long found an association between relaxation and health. Now there is growing evidence that spiritual practices have a beneficial and measurable effect on the brain. In his … Continue reading

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The Future of Neurotheology

Andrew Newberg offers a guest editorial on Science and Religion Today on the future of Neurotheology

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Brain rhythms are key to learning

MIT news release indicate a new study from MIT neuroscientists finds that brain waves shift frequency as a new task becomes routine.

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