Neuroanthropoly Wednesday Round Up #100 is up

Walter van den Broek
January 29, 2010

This time a weekly round up on Neuroanthropology with an enormous amount of links, I thought that’s were the #100 came from.
I especialy liked:

Power corrupts, but it corrupts only those who think they deserve it. Do you recognize this:

REPORTS of politicians who have extramarital affairs while complaining about the death of family values, or who use public funding for private gain despite condemning government waste, have become so common in recent years that they hardly seem surprising anymore.

Well that’s were this posts is about, enjoy.

Girls may learn math anxiety from female teachers. Did a recent post on why women drop maths but this post sheds a new light on this topic.

Neuron Connections Seen in 3-D on Science Daily with an amazing graphic.

A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, in Germany, led by the Spanish physicist Rubén Fernández-Busnadiego, has managed to obtain 3D images of the vesicles and filaments involved in communication between neurons. The method is based on a novel technique in electron microscopy,…

At the end of the round up a lot of links to posts about video games and your brain, I probably missed some very nice posts so go and see for yourself at Neuroanthropology

 

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