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Archive for November 2015

We’ll Always Have Paris

I’ve been searching for an explanation of evil from neuroscience, but I don’t think I’ll find one. Evil is beyond our comprehension. In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on Paris and her people, the rest of us can only look on in horror and sorrow. Somehow these attacks, which have become all too common in our world, are even more shocking because they happened in Paris.

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By Any Other Name

You know the quotation: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” But our brains might process the sensation of smelling that rose differently if we named it something else.

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Podcast: Dr. Soraya L. Vallés

Dr. Vallés gave me a preview of her Brain Matters 2015 talk in this interview. Dr. Soraya L. Vallés graduated in Biological Science at the University of Valencia and remained there to undertake a PhD under the supervision of Consuelo Guerri at Research Institution (Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas), which she completed in 1996. Her dissertation…

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Dr. Soraya L. Vallés – The Science of Talking Cells

Dr. Vallés gave me a preview of her Brain Matters 2015 talk in this interview. Dr. Soraya L. Vallés graduated in Biological Science at the University of Valencia and remained there to undertake a PhD under the supervision of Consuelo Guerri at Research Institution (Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas), which she completed in 1996.

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Using Neuroscience to Advertise Learning – Are you Ready for Employee Learning Week?

ATD is celebrating Employee Learning Week December 7-11. Learning professionals around the world are using this limited time to highlight the critical connection between learning and achieving organizational results. In essence, participating learning teams are running an ad campaign, selling their services to the consumers of training within their organization.

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