Signal Conduction – 6 February 2017

In search of the Stroke Detector: A charming tale of accidentally interdisciplinary work.

 

How LSD interacts with your brain’s proteins might explain the drug’s bizarre effects.

 

Six-year-olds already have gendered ideas about intelligence.

 

Seven lessons that explain our natural fear of outsiders | Vox

 

The infrared device that seems to help locked-in patients communicate.

 

Mind Maps: what animal navigation can tell us about human memory, by Kate Jeffery, UCL

 

Two researchers fro Manchester Met have some ordinary explanations for extraordinary experiences.

 

Podcast:  The Guardian’s Science Weekly features Uta Frith talking about her career in Autism research.

 

Your synapses seem to shrink while you sleep, to stop memory overload

 

The complex effects of trauma on memory.

 

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