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Brain Invaders Il, Oct 2013

This is a non-invasive, recreational, EEG*-based brain-computer interface (BCI). The player concentrates on the target alien and the algorithm on the backgro...

Science > Neuroscience > Brain Interfaces

Keywords: brain-computer interface (BCI), Event-Related Potentials, P300, Brain Invaders, Riemannian Geometry

Posted by: Marco Congedo

Posted on: 29 Aug 2014

Juveniles eating extruded pellets

Sepiatech experiment on the development of extruded diets for the common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis)

Science > Marine Science > Aquatic Physiology

Keywords: common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis., Aquaculture, Aquaculture Research, aquaculture nutrition

Posted by: António V. Sykes

Posted on: 26 Aug 2014

Interpersonal Synchrony Increases Prosocial Behavior in Infants - Video Abstract

This is a video abstract for the upcoming article in Developmental Science entitled: Interpersonal Synchrony Increases Prosocial Behavior in Infants. By Laura K Cirelli, Kathleen M Einarson & Laurel...

Science > Psychology > Developmental Psychology

Posted by: Kathleen Marie Einarson

Posted on: 25 Aug 2014

Single Doppler pattern with frontal discontinuity

Made in Matlab and based on the Wood and Brown (1986) paper. I disabled the wind direction profile.

Science > Earth Science > Atmospheric Science

Keywords: doppler radar

Posted by: Raul Valenzuela

Posted on: 24 Aug 2014

BrainX3: Large Scale Neuronal Data Exploration and Analysis

We live in an era of data deluge. Novel tools are needed to effectively extract, analyze and understand the massive amounts of data produced by the study of natural and artificial phenomena in many...

Science > Neuroscience

Keywords: brainX3, virtual reality, natural interfaces, connectome, data visualization, HCI, XIM, Brain, networks, Physiology, EDR, HRV, EDA, human brain

Posted by: Alberto Betella

Posted on: 23 Aug 2014

Adolfo M. García - Neurocognitive determinants of performance variability among world-language users

This video features a lecture on the bilingual brain given by Dr. Adolfo M. García at the University of Science and Technology (Beijing, China), during the Journal of World Languages Launch Symposium.

Science > Neuroscience

Keywords: neurolinguistics, bilingualism, world languages

Posted by: Adolfo M. García

Posted on: 23 Aug 2014

Neurolinguistics according to Lamb: An interview by way of introduction

This video contains an interview granted by American neurolinguist Sydney Lamb to Dr. Adolfo M. García. It is intended to introduce the basics of neurolinguistics to lay audiences. The interview is...

Science > Neuroscience

Keywords: neurolinguistics, Relational Network Theory, lamb, Linguistic models

Posted by: Adolfo M. García

Posted on: 22 Aug 2014

Cell Press Neuron Video Abstract - Dr. Mirko Santello, Dr. Paola Bezzi and Prof. Andrea Volterra

This video shows how glial cells are controlling the signal strength of neurons by the release of glutamate but only under the presence of TNF alpha. The crucial role of TNF alpha is shown with...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: astrocyte, TNFalpha, Synaptic Transmission

Posted by: MIRKO SANTELLO

Posted on: 09 Aug 2014

Haplonycteris fischeri grooming behaviour

Popular misconceptions have labeled bats as "dirty" but actually bats are very clean animals. Bats are extremely clean, sometimes grooming, licking, and scratching themselves for hours. Bats spend an...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology

Keywords: bats, Chiroptera, Mammals, Behavior, Animal

Posted by: Neil Jun S Lobite

Posted on: 06 Aug 2014

Research for Lunch - D'méisproochegt Gehir/ The multilingual brain

Research for Lunch: 31/01/2014 The multilingual brain. Is a multilingual education beneficial for children? What are the optimal conditions under which a child can become perfectly multilingual?...

Science > Psychology > Cognition

Keywords: Multilingualism, cognitive control

Posted by: Pascale Engel de Abreu

Posted on: 04 Aug 2014

Molecular modeling of azole inside P450 enzyme

The system is composed of an azole antifungal, and cytochrom p450 enzyme. Iron atom is shown as pink ball, the ligand is colored, and surrounding residues from the receptor are shown in grey. The...

Science > Plant Science

Keywords: antifungals, Azoles, P450, enzyme, Ligand, ligands, YASARA, Molecular modeling, force field

Posted by: Yasser Gaber

Posted on: 04 Aug 2014

The Medical Doctor (MD) and the Sale representative

The Medical Doctor and the Sale Representative discuss drug X. Side effects and benefits in terms (or not as is with the sale rep.) of the number needed to treat or NNT.

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Posted by: Einar Baldvin Thorsteinsson

Posted on: 03 Aug 2014

Independence assumption: Guilty or not guilty

Two students talking about the importance of knowing about the independence assumption. Sally Clark.

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Posted by: Einar Baldvin Thorsteinsson

Posted on: 03 Aug 2014

The cult of significance testing (the p value)

Published on 2 Nov 2012 The detrimental effects of significance testing on scientific thought and practice continue unabated. The myths surrounding the discontinuation of significance testing are...

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Posted by: Einar Baldvin Thorsteinsson

Posted on: 03 Aug 2014

Publish or Perish (the p value)

The chances of publishing a manuscript. Researcher and editor having a civil discussion. The p value might get a mention or two - or well heaps.

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Posted by: Einar Baldvin Thorsteinsson

Posted on: 03 Aug 2014

An in vivo Assay for Monitoring Behavioral Output in the Stomatogastric Nervous System

An in vivo Assay for Simultaneous Monitoring of Neuronal Activity and Behavioral Output in the Stomatogastric Nervous System of Decapod Crustaceans SHORT ABSTRACT We present an experimental method...

Science > Neuroscience > Neural Circuits

Keywords: stomatogastric ganglion, Central pattern generators (CPG), sensorimotor integration, cancer borealis, crab, crustacean

Posted by: Wolfgang Stein

Posted on: 31 Jul 2014

Deaf ears? The role of curiosity in research.

Department of Psychology 50th Anniversary Celebration University of Otago

Science > Psychology > Comparative Psychology

Posted by: Damian Scarf

Posted on: 28 Jul 2014

Who you calling bird brained?

This short doco was made Mariya Semenova from the Science Communication Department at the University of Otago. For any of the papers mentioned, feel free to ...

Science > Psychology > Comparative Psychology

Posted by: Damian Scarf

Posted on: 28 Jul 2014

Penn State University, The Genome Sciences Institute at the Huck - Pushing the Frontier

Understanding the function and evolution of genomes and the implications on how organisms live in their environments and thrive or get sick, requires a combi...

Science > Genetics > Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Posted by: Marylyn D Ritchie

Posted on: 25 Jul 2014

Institute for Integrative and Experimental Genomics

The Institute for Integrative and Experimental Genomics aims to better understand the genetic factors that lead to cardiovascular...

Science > Genetics > Genetic Disorders

Keywords: Cardiovascular Diseases, Myocardial Infarction, mutations, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology

Posted by: Jeanette Erdmann

Posted on: 24 Jul 2014

What makes us musical animals

What makes us musical animals Lecture at TEDxAmsterdam 2011

Science > Neuroscience > Evolutionary Psychology and Neuroscience

Keywords: music cognition, musicality, Music Perception.

Posted by: Henkjan Honing

Posted on: 23 Jul 2014

Vision-Space: Our self-organizing mind, 1/f noise and a possible role for ipRGC receptor functions

Vision-Space is a new form of illusionary articulating a form of spatial saliency that I believe accounts for implicit spatial awareness. According to conven...

Science > Cell and Developmental Biology > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: intrinsically photosensitive ganglion cells, pink noise, Visual art, vision science, Neurosciences, Fractals, self organized criticality

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 04 Jul 2014

Sildes da palestra Comportamento Motor nos Transtornos Psiquiátricos

Palestra apresentada no XV Congresso Mineiro de Psiquiatria. Belo Horizonte_ 27 a 29/06/2013.

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Posted by: Guilherme Menezes Lage

Posted on: 29 Jun 2014

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