Thursday, January 19, 2012

Odd jobs

A blog listing six unusual psychology jobs, from the World of Psychology web site.


levis said...

I hope you'll have time to take a quick look at the following and give your opinion.
""Our aim was to identify the precise areas inside the brain where the drug is active. We thought when we started that psilocybin would activate different parts of the brain. But we haven't found any activation anywhere. All we have found are reductions in blood flow"

Wanted: a new paradigm for neuroscience

158. Bernardo Kastrup’s Controversial View of Consciousness Research
"If subjective experiences were indeed merely the result of electrochemical brain processes, then they should always, without a single exception, correlate with brain activation patterns. These activation patterns should also be proportional to the intensity of the experience."


MTG C# Guy said...

Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach by Bestselling Author Dr. Theresa M. Kelly - New Book Release