Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Encephalon #4 is online now!

The fourth edition of Encephalon is now available at the Neurocritic.

The articles range from speculation as to how the mapping of Neanderthal genome can give clues to human brain evolution to how Magnocellular pathway used for Motion processing may be more prone to neural plasticity and may be differentially affected in conditions like autism, dyslexia or deafness.

The other focus of the carnival seems to be (debunking of) lie-detection techniques and also biochemical focus on classification of stimulants/ psychedelic and how to dope test the athletes based on chemical properties.

Two articles form this blog also featured.

Have a nice read.

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