Category Archives: Neuroscience

While some disorders from last week seem to be associated with specific areas of the brain it is amazing how some disorders involve several brain functions. For instance Schizophrenia involves a number of areas with generally less neural activity in … Continue reading

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Emotion and the Brain

A long but beneficial day studying emotion and the brain. Dr. Joseph Kable  provided three lectures that started with the basics of neural correlates to emotion (regions involved),  the nature of motivation including specific issues involved in addiction, the place … Continue reading

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Franklin Institute Presents the Brain

Article on an upcoming exhibit here in Philadelphia on the Brain at Philly.com  There are members from the Franklin Institute at the Neuroscience bootcamp getting ideas for developing a curriculum that will support the exhibition when finalized.  

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Bootcamp Lectures

Bootcamp Lectures

More participants (includes law, art, philosophy, education, military, journalism, economics, consulting and religion)

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Bootcamp Lectures

Bootcamp Lectures

David Wolk and Martha Farah at beginning of presentation

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Bootcamp Lectures

Bootcamp Lectures

38 participants in day long lectures with field visits to labs and small group discussion sessions

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Kaplan Lab

Kaplan Lab

Mike Kaplan at setting electrode to chart action potential in neurons

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