Monthly Archives: September 2011

Huffington Post Commentary includes Roots of Empathy

Myriam Miedzian incorporates Roots of Empathy in her Huffington Post article titled:“What Part of Prevention Do Americans Not Understand: A Case Study”

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Muslim Voices explores The Neuroscience of Prayer

Muslim Voices explores the Neuroscience of Prayer. The website notes many scientists do not feel there enough information to come to any conclusions about the spiritual nature of prayer, but what they have observed thus far is clear: The brain … Continue reading

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Word Association and Complex Thought

Princeton News Story titled¬† “Word association: Princeton study matches brain scans with complex thought,” Morgan Kelly writes “In an effort to understand what happens in the brain when a person reads or considers such abstract ideas as love or justice, … Continue reading

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More than Child’s Play

Scientific American article titled More than Child’s Play: Ability to Think Scientifically Declines as Kids Grow Up argues that young children think like researchers but lose the feel for the scientific method as they age.

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US Residents may opt for Buffalo Flights instead of Toronto

Conference attendees from the United States may choose to fly to Buffalo NY and drive into Canada for the Conference. US Domestic flights, coupled with a car rental m and gas, may prove a better financial than international flights to … Continue reading

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Teenage Brain topic of NPR and National Geographic

NPR addresses neuroscience in its recent program Understanding The Mysterious Teenage Brain developed in response to the upcoming National Geographic (Oct 2011) cover story by David Dobbs titled Beautiful Brains

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