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.
- 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.
- The worst neurobollocks infographics on the web
- @tgilhou @BrianSJ3 Heh - very good. 5 hours ago
- Some real lazy, hackneyed bullshit on gender differences from The Economist: econ.st/1pmCXM9 (via @BrianSJ3) 6 hours ago
- RT @BrianSJ3: @neurobollocks God help us. THAT men and women think differently is now widely accepted econ.st/1pmCXM9 6 hours ago
- RT @Psych_Writer: I’ve decided rambling email from “Yale neurosci student” was really Johannson in a strop cos I dissed her #lucy movie htt… 1 day ago
- RT @garwboy: People are criticising the film "Lucy" for relying on the "we use 10% of our brain" myth, but in fairness, it's true for those… 1 day ago