Neurocritic’s blog has been going since 2006 and its is a lot of fun!
Neurocritic is interested in neuorimaging studies and he reviews these in depth and with the eye of an expert. There are a number of tongue-in-cheek articles and references to films and songs to distract from the otherwise incisive and heavyweight analysis that is going on, not just of the specific articles but of general trends in the neuroimaging world/neurosciences. Many of neurocritic’s articles are mini-review articles in their own right, containing numerous references to relevant studies backing up his arguments. Neurocritic’s blog is highly recommended particularly to those with an interest in the neurosciences. I had a lot of fun reading through these articles and there are too many good ones to choose from – so forgive my rather excessive list below.
Is the MTL one big happy region – Identifying an anatomical mistake in an MRI publication
Dialogue and Dilbert on Prediction Errors – Explanation of analytical technique used in MRI studies
Encephalon – Round up of other neuroblogs
I Look Terrible…. – Localising embarassment at seeing an unflattering image of yourself!
NeuroPsychoEconomics – ?!?!?!?!
NAcc Localisation for DBS – Placing electrodes in Deep Brain Stimulation
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