Image credit: Wellcome Library, London.
Following in the path of my post on The Getty’s open content program, I explore the morbid side of the open access collection of Wellcome Images.
A recent survey shines some line on perceptions of repressed memories among those in the psychological field.
Music is super powerful and may help those with acquired brain injuries recall specific memories more than verbal cues.
(Beware the iBeacon.)
(Better than Gravity and Europa Report combined.)
(Because I enjoy learning about death and 3D modeling technologies.)
Interviewed a bunch of college and post-college women about their non-ADHD Adderall use. Collaboration with Kelly Bourdet again, just like the autoimmune piece.
It may come as a surprise if you conceptualize the brain as the seat of your personality, but neuroscience and law do not map easily onto one another.
A piece over at Refinery29 on the different types of sleeping pills, how they affect women, and why we should try to understand both them and our relation to sleep better.