Just a quickie to point you towards an ace set of slides by Chris Atherton (twitter: @finiteattention) available on SlideShare.net, detailing a presentation at the Cambridge Usability group meeting. Some really excellent points and examples in there.
- Commercial fMRI neurobollocks – no, you cannot record your dreams (yet).
- The power of a well-chosen image; EEG measures of brain activity and exercise
- Transcranial direct-current stimulation – don’t try it at home
- Become a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist for £39? Pfffftttt….
- You keep using this word ‘neuroplasticity’. I do not think it means what you think it means.
- @BridgePsych @DSEDunn Not aware of any peer-reviewed articles that explicitly address it - scientists just didn't pay much attention to it. 10 hours ago
- @BridgePsych @DSEDunn I like AC Grayling's review of the book: literaryreview.co.uk/grayling_12_09… 11 hours ago
- @DSEDunn He's done very little empirical research, and he's ridiculed for very good reasons. 15 hours ago
- People who think saying "Read X book" is a valid debating tactic on Twitter can kiss my arcuate fasciculus. 18 hours ago
- Wow - thanks! lol. RT @DSEDunn: @n_j_davis @The_New_Age Read McGilchrist- The Master&His Emissary - for best left/rt brain understanding 18 hours ago